Engineering Mechanics: Statics Complete (Course & Examples)

A branch of Mechanics concerned with Analysis of Loads acting on Physical Systems that are in Statics Equilibrium.

13 hours
Mar 2021
last update
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What you will learn

Use the Sine and Cosine law to find magnitude and direction

Find components of a force on X,Y & support reactions.

Express a force as cartesian vector.

Determine the deformed and undeformed length.

Finding moment and couple Moment

Understanding the difference between Dot Product & Cross Product and when to use them.

How to draw a Free Body Diagram of each part of a frame.

Determine Area and centroid by integration

make sections and find internal forces.

Drawing Shear and Moment diagram.

Finding centroid of a Composite Area.

Determining the Hydrostatic Force.


Why to study Statics :

- Statics is the first course (mechanics course) taken by engineering students at university.

- It is an important course, it is the base of some courses (Strength of Materials, Structure, Steel Structures, etc.)

- Understanding forces and bodies reactions.

- Allows you to understand and solve problems very efficiently.

Why this course?

- This course is following the outline of (University Courses), so if you are still an engineering student this is for you.

- This course will be updated regularly, some videos will be updated and new will be added.

- There is a lot of examples and problems that can make you fully understand and to be self confident.

- High response rate, so if you have any question you can send me instantly.

What will you learn?

This course will cover a lot of topics and here is some of the important points:

- Vectors Operations

- Addition of Cartesian vectors

- Position Vector

- Force Directed along a line

- Drawing Free Body Diagram (F.B.D)

- Moment, Couple Moment and Moment about an axis

- Distributed Load Reduction

- Equilibrium in 2D & 3D

- Method of Joints & Sections (in Trusses)

- Machines and Frames

- Internal forces (Making Sections)

- Centroid

Previous Knowledge:

Before enrolling in this course, make sure you have the basic requirements of Physics(101) & Calculus(101). We will be using Physical and Mathematical Laws, like: newton's laws, integrals and derivatives. So you should be familiar with such concepts. 

Reference Textbooks:

Engineering Mechanics Statics (14th) edition, you can use this book as a perfect reference, it is widely used among students and tutors.


- I will make updates on regular bases, so you will have new videos and lectures.

- If you faced a problem during this course, I will be for sure in assistance (I might make a video especially for you and upload it).

In simple words, all you need is here. So enroll now and begin this amazing journey.


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Force Vectors

2.1 Scalers and Vectors
2.2 Vectors Operations
2.3 Vector Addition of Forces
Example 1
Example 2
2.4 Addition of a System of Coplanar Forces
Example 1
Example 2
2.5 Addition of Cartesian vectors
Example 1
Example 2
2.6 Position Vector
2.7 Force Directed Along a line
Example 1
Example 2
2.8 Dot Product
Continue Dot Product
Example 1

Equilibrium of a Particle

Conditions for equilibrium, Free body diagram and 3D force system
Example 1
Example 2

Force System Resultant

4.1 introduction about moment
Right hand rule
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
4.2 cross product
Example 1
4.3 Moment of a force (vector) 2d & 3d
Example 1
Example 2
4.4 Moment of a Force about specific axis
Example 1
4.5 Moment of Couple
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
4.6 Simplifications ( Force & Couple System)
Example 1
4.7 More Simplifications (Single Load & Location)
Example 1
Example 2
4.8 Reduction of Simple Distributed Load
Example 1
Example 2

Equilibrium of a Rigid Body

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Types of supports in 2-D (A)
Continue: Types of supports in 2-D (B)
5.3 Drawing Free Body Diagram
Example 1
Example 2
5.4 Conditions of Equilibrium in 3-D
Example 1
5.5 Types of Supports in 3-D (A)
Continue: Types of Supports in 3-D (B)
5.6 Constrains & Statical Determinacy

Structural Analysis

6.1 Simple Truss
6.2 Joint Method
Example 1
6.3 Zero Force Member
6.4 Method of Sections: Intro + Example
6.5 Frames and Machines
Example 1

Internal Forces

7.1 Introduction
Example 1
Example 2
7.2 Shear and Moment Diagram: Intro + Example
Example 1

Center of Gravity and Centroid

8.1 Introduction
Example 1
Example 2
8.2 Composite Area
Example 1
8.3 Fluid Pressure
Example 1

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