### Engineering Mechanics -I

Course Title : Engineering Mechanics -I

Course Code : ME-126

Course Duration: 1 Semester

Credit Units: (3+1) 4 credit

Teacher:                                Engr, Anam Shahzadi
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Course Outline :

1. Introduction to subject

2. Force system

3. Equilbirium

4. Structures

5. Friction

Course pre-requisites:

Following  topics are the pre-requiisites of Engineering Mechanics I. The detail is given below

rectangular components, moment, couples, resultant of forces, moments and couples (two and three dimensional systems).

equilibrium equations for two and three dimensional systems. Free body diagram, two force and three force members

Plane trusses, method of joints, method of sections, frames and machine analysis. Forces in beams and cables

Types of friction, dry friction, application of friction

Course Learning outcomes:

 S. No CLO Domain Taxonomy Level PLO 1 Comprehend concepts of vectors and scalors,forces moments and couples. Cognitive 2 1 2 Apply  the learned concept of forces, moments and couples to solve problemsof equilbirium in 2-D and 3-D Cognitive 3 2 3 Analyze structures as plaane trusses, frames and machines for reaction forces Cognitive 4 2 4 Apply the concepts of mechanics to solve probleems of friction Cognitive 3 2

Textbooks to be used for the course:

1. Vector Mechanics for Engineers  by Beer and Johnston
2. Engineering Mechanics (statics) by J. L Meriam

3. Engineering Mechanics (statics) by  R.C.Hibbeler

Description of System of Evaluation (Exam, assignments etc)

1. Quiz-1:5%

2. Term Paper: 30%

3.Quiz-2 :5%

4. Assignment: 5%

5. Final Paper: 50%

6. Attendance: 5%

Weekly Plan:

 Weeks Lectures and topics Week 1 Introduction +course outline Week 2 Chp 1 Introduction to statics, basic concepts,scalrs and vectors,Newtons law Week 3 Chp 1 Law of gravitation, problems Week 4 Chp 2 Introduction to force system,two dimensional force system Week 5 Chp 2 Rectangular components,moment,couple with problems Week 6 Chp 2 Resultants,Three dimensional force system with problems Week 7 Quiz1  chp 1+chp 2 Week 8 Mid Term (online) by assigning the topics to each student of class Week 9 Chp 3 Introduction to Equilbirium, Equilbirium in two dimensions,system isolation and free body diagram Week 10 Chp 3 Equilbirium conditions, Equilbirium in three dimensions with problems Week 11 Chp 4 Introduction to structures, plane trusses Week 12 Chp 4 Method of joints, Method of sections with problems Week 13 Chp 5 Introduction to beam, Types of beams with problems Week 14 Quiz 2 Chp 3+Chp 4+Chp 5 Week 15 Chp 6 Introduction to friction,Friction phenomena,Types of friction Week 16 Chp 6 Dry Friction, Problems discussion

Key dates and time of class meetings:

Semester Start: 24 February 2020

 Course Monday Friday ME-126 09:30-11:00 09:30-11