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Lecture “CES Mechanics I” is a mandatory course in the first semester of Bachelor study program “Computational Engineering Science”
Lecture: Tuesday 10:15am to 11:45am, lecture room E1
Exercise: Monday 2:15pm to 3pm, lecture room E1
Guided exercise: Monday 3:15pm to 4pm, lecture room E1
Office hour Prof. Behr: Tuesday 9:30am to 10:15am, Rogowski 227
Lecture: Prof. Marek Behr, Ph.D.
Exercises: Thomas Spenke, M.Sc., Stefan Haßler, M.Sc.
This lecture covers two semesters and is held only for Computational Engineering Science students. In the first semester, the focus is on statics. Here everything is still in equilibrium. After a short introduction to vector calculus, we go ahead with the main topics.
The module consists of a lecture with 2 SWS and an exercise with 1 SWS, and carries 4 ECTS points. An optional hands-on exercise with 1 SWS is also offered.
- forces and moments, couples
- resultants, distributed loads
- static equilibrium, free body diagrams
- multi-body equilibrium
- trusses, method of joints, method of sections
- internal forces in beams and frames
- friction, tipping, rolling resistance
- numerical solution of statics problems
- D. Gross, W. Hauger, J. Schröder, W. Wall, Technische Mechanik 1: Statik , 13th edition, Springer
- W. Hauger, C. Krempaszky, W. Wall, E. Werner, Formeln und Aufgaben zu Technische Mechanik 1-3 , 9th edition, Springer
Written exam together with CES Mechanics II in the subsequent Summer semester.