#### Faculty of Technical Sciences

Subject: Mechanics 1 (17 - M103)

Basic Information

 Category Theoretical-methodological Scientific or art field: Mechanics Interdisciplinary yes ECTS 5
Native organizations units

 Chair of Technical Mechanics
Course specification

Course is active from 13.09.2007..

Course which have preconditioned courses Mechanics 1

Course idMandatoryMandatory
Metal Structures in Mechanical EngineeringYesYes
Acquisition of basic knowledge in Statics. This knowledge will be used as a foundation for studying Mechanical elements and Strength of materials. Besides, it is the basis which enables students to develop the ability of three-dimensional visualization by analyzing problems in space.
Acquisition of knowledge necessary for the mechanical engineer.
1. Space and time. Motion and inaction. 2. Force as a measure of mechanical action. Static equivalent systems. 3. Projecting forces on axis. Analytical definition of force. 4. Torque as a measure of mechanical action. Torque forces. 5. Statics axioms. 6. Axioms on relationships. Relationships and relationship reactions. 7. Addition of intersecting forces. 8. Force decomposition into two components. Force decomposition into three non-parallel components in the plane. 9. Confronted system of forces in the plane. Balance conditions. 10. Theorem on three non-parallel forces in the plane. 11. Static determinacy and indeterminacy. 12. Momentum for a point. 13. Planar system of forces and torques. Balance conditions. 14. Balance of the rigid body planar system. 15. Sliding friction. 16. Rope friction on the cylindrical surface. 17. Rolling friction. Torque friction. 18. Spatial confronted system of forces. Balance. 19. Adding torques. Balance. 20. Crossed forces. 21. Momentum of the axis. 22. Spatial systems of forces and torques. 23. Reducing torsions on dynamo. Central axis. 24. Invariant of an arbitrary system of forces and torques in space. 25. Addition of two parallel forces. 26. Rigid body equilibrium. The proof of the equilibrium existence. 27. Equilibrium of a homogeneous three-dimensional body. Examples. 28. Equilibrium of homogeneous plates. Examples. 36. Equilibrium of homogeneous line. Examples. 29. Analytical statics. Small movement. The number of degrees of freedom. 30. The elementary shift of the body points. Elementary angle of body rotation. 31. Elementary work of force. Elementary work of torques. 32. Ideal relationships. 33. Principles of elementary work. 34. Stability of the equilibrium position.
Lectures are auditory, while practice is auditory and computing.
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
Đukić, Đ., Cvetićanin, L.Statika2006Fakultet tehničkih nauka, Novi SadSerbian language
Kovačić, I., Rakarić, Z.Zbirka zadataka iz statike2006Fakultet tehničkih nauka, Novi SadSerbian language
Hibbeler, Russell CEngineering Mechanics2016Pearson EducationEnglish
Onouye, Barry SStatics and Strength of Materials for Architecture and Building Constructioning2013Pearson education limitedEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes15.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes15.00
Coloquium examNoYes40.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes15.00
Oral part of the examNoYes15.00
Name and surnameForm of classes

Lectures

Lectures

#### Kovačić IvanaFull Professor

Practical classes

#### Balać SonjaAssistant - Master

Practical classes