COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Statics MIM   275 3 2 2 3

Prerequisites and co-requisites -
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof. Dr. Sıdıka Seren GÜVEN
Instructors
Prof. Dr.SIDIKA SEREN GÜVEN1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
Introduction to rigid body mechanics
Content
Operations done with in-plane loads. Equilibrium equations of rigid bodies and structural elements. Analysis of simple structural elements. Structural systems and support reactions. Calculation of cross sectional internal forces of beam, truss systems and simple frame elements. Distributed load concept. Calculation of central gravity of surface elements

Learning Outcomes
1) Finds resultant force
2) Makes moment calculation
3) Calculates center of gravity of two dimension objects
4) Calculates center of gravity of united objects.
5) Calculates support reactions of structural sysyems
6) Calculates truss forces of cage systems
7) Calculates forces in cable systems
8) Calculates friction
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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1
Gains required information in the field of architecture, can use theoretical and practical knowledge together in architectural practice.
X
2
Gains required foreign language knowledge about his/her occupancy at B1 level.
X
3
Designs using the theoretical and practical knowledge gained in the field of architecture, examines and interprets facts and phenomenons by using scientific methods and techniques.
X
4
Develops himself/herself continously by specifying his/ her needs toward his/her interest and talents, scientific, cultural, artistic and social areas as well as occupancy improvement.
X
5
Collects data, develops designs, evaluates conclusions, identifies problems and develops solutions in the field of architecture.
X
6
Takes responsibility , leads and works effectively as an individual and /or within a team.
X
7
Prepares plans and projects individually for any kind of work in the field of architecture, does consulting and peer-reviewing.
X
8
Takes responsibility in solving problems individually or as a team member, plans and manages activities concerning the development of subordinates.
X
9
Defines the educational needs in the field of architecture, undertakes literature review, reaches knowledge and uses databases.
X
10
Develops an attitude in favour of lifelong learning and uses gathered knowledge for public benefit.
X
11
Generates public awareness in the field of architecture, acquires skills for sustainable use of design parameters.
X
12
Effectively uses written and oral communication skills, follows and organizes seminars and meetings in the field of architecture, prepares projects and follows foreign publications using foreign language skills.
X
13
Uses computer software, technologies of informatics and communication needed in the field of architecture.
X
14
Applies basic architectural principles in the levels of building, interior design and urban design.
X
15
Gains consciousness for identification and preservation of historical settings, prepares documents on historical monuments and sites, knows and uses required techniques for preparation of restoration projects.
X
16
Develops sustainable architectural and urban design decisions, protects naturally and culturally significant buildings and sites and generates healthy buildings and environments.
X
17
Develops, evaluates and applies an architectural project with a comprehensive plan from the design phase to the phase of application project (structural and environmental systems, safety issues, seperators, etc.).
X
18
Understands the role of training, right and liabilities of employer and trainee in career development.
X
19
Understands and interprets guidelines of structures under vertical and horizontal forces and development and implementation of contemporary structural systems.
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Description of mechanics, fundamentals, idealizations Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
2 Vector algebra Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
3 A point - no resultant forces crossing system in the plane Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
4 At one point in the plane intersecting forces in balance Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
5 Moment Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
6 Parallel and general forces in the plane Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
7 Equilibrium conditions in the plane Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
8 Structural systems and support reactions Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
9 Midterm Studying lecture notes and related books
10 Distributed loads Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
11 The center of gravity Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
12 Theorems of Pappus- Guldinus Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
13 Plane Truss Systems Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
14 Friction Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
15 Sample applications Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving
16-17 Sample applications Studying lecture notes and related books Lecture
Problem Solving

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
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