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Course Detail

Course Name Statics
Program B. Tech. in Chemical Engineering
Semester Two
Year Taught 2019


System of Forces: Coplanar and Concurrent Forces -Resultant – Resolution of Forces –Equilibrium of system of Forces: Free body diagrams-Equations of Equilibrium of Coplanar Systems and Spatial Systems, Moment of Forces and its Application, Centroids of lines, areas, volumes and composite bodies, Second moment of area- moment of inertia.

Evaluation Pattern

Periodical 1 – 15%

Periodical 2 – 15%

Continuous Assessment ( Quizzes and Assignments)  -20% End Semester – 50%

Objectives and Outcomes

Course Outcomes

CO Code Course Outcome Statement
CO1 To understand the vector and scalar representation of forces and moments and to develop simple mathematical model for engineering problems and carry out static analysis.
CO2 To analyze and solve rigid body equilibrium problems using free-body diagrams and accurate equilibrium equation
CO3 To determine centroid and second moment of area of selected sections

CO-PO Mapping

CO Code PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO 10 PO 11 PO 12 PSO 1 PSO2 PSO3
CO1 3 1 3 1 1 2
CO2 3 3 1 1 2 2 2
CO3 3 3 1 1 2 2

Justification of CO-PO Mapping

The COs 1 to 3 are strongly associated with the application of basic concepts of maths, science and engineering for finding solutions to the engineering problems. Hence, they are given the highest affinity to PO1. The application of free body diagrams and area moment of inertia are mandatory for the analysis of load carrying members in chemical engineering process industries. Consequentially CO 1 is mapped weakly to P02 and COs 2 and 3 and strongly linked to P02. For the design and development of equipments used in process industries forces are to be represented in 3D.
Hence CO 1 is linked strongly with PO3. The application of CO 1 to 3 is desirable to conduct investigations of complex problems and they are weakly related to PO4. The COs 2 and 3 are moderately mapped with PS01as the core concepts envisaged in those COs are required for working in manufacturing and R&D sectors. PSO2 deals with the application of mathematical tools for efficient design. In that sense COs 2 and 3 are of relevance and they are connected moderately with PS 02 and CO1 is weakly linked.To plan and design equipments the knowledge of COs 1 ,2 is desirable . Eventually a moderate affinity is given for those COs with PSO3

Text Book / References

Text Books

  1. R. C. Hibbeler , “Statics and Mechanics of Materials” Prentice Hall, 2013.
  2. F. P. Beer , E.R. Johnston &D. Mazurek, “Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics”, McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2012.

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