Flipped Classes – Example Problems
Material Covered  MP4  Time  Notes 
Determine the x, y, and z scalar components of a 3D force. Express the force in Cartesian vector form. Determine the magnitude of the rectangular components of the force along the line of action of a second force. 
Text Problem #265 Video 
25 mins  Problem 265 
1) Locations of centroids  Video  31 mins  Class notes 
2) Compute reactions  Video  43 mins  Class notes 
3) Compute frame reactions  Video  34 mins  Class notes 
4) Volumes of rotation  Video  15 mins  Class notes 
5) Water pressure  Video  14 mins  Class notes 
6) Flexible cable forces  Video  28 mins  Class notes 
7) Truss member forces by method of joints  Video  35 mins  Class notes 
8) Truss member forces by method of sections  Video  14 mins  Class notes 
9) Friction  Video  42 mins  Class notes 
10) Internal member forces – Axial  Video  19 mins  Class notes 
11) Internal member forces – Torque  Video  41 mins  Class notes 
12) Internal shear and moment at a point in a frame  Video  10 mins  Class notes 
13) Forces on pins in frames  Video  46 mins  Class notes 
14) Shear and moment (V&M) diagrams by freebody equilibrium (cutcutcut)  Video  26 mins  Class notes 
15) Shear and moment (V&M) diagrams by graphical solutions  Video  20 mins  Class notes 
16) V&M diagrams for a 1200N concentrated load on a simply supported beam  Video  23 mins  Class notes 
17) V&M diagrams for a 2k/ft distributed load over left end of a simply supported beam  Video  21 mins  Class notes 
18) Drawing V&M diagrams for a 2k/ft distributed load on a simply supported beam, and how to write the corresponding V&M equations for the beam.  Video  47 mins  Class notes 
19) Drawing V&M diagrams for a 2k/ft uniform/triangular distributed load on a overhanging simply supported beam. Also, how to write V&M equations for the beam. 19a) Drawing V&M diagrams for a 2k/ft uniform/triangular distributed load on a overhanging simply supported beam. (First half of above) 19b) How to write V&M equations for the above beam. (Second half of above) 

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20) Calculation of moment of inertia for an I shape  Video  12 mins  Class notes 
21) Moment of inertia for a T shape  Video  17 mins  Class notes 
22) Moment of inertia for a rectangle with semicircular holes  Video  14 mins  Class notes 
23) Moment of inertia for a rectangle with triangular hole  Video  3 mins  Class notes 
24) Location and calculation of zeroforce members  Video  19 mins  Class notes 
25) How to use Engineering Equation Solver  Video  25 mins  Notes 