About Course
Statics is the most fundamental course in Mechanics.
In this Statics course, you will learn the conditions under which an object or a structure subjected to timeinvariant (static) forces is in equilibrium – i.e. the conditions under which it remains stationary or moves with a constant velocity.
You will also learn how to calculate the reaction forces as well as the internal forces experienced throughout the structure so that later you can properly design and size the foundation and the members of the structure to assure the structure’s safety and serviceability.
This course is suitable for learners with an interest in different Engineering disciplines such as civil engineering, architecture, mechanical engineering, aerospace.
Nonengineering disciplines may also find the course very useful, from archaeologists who are concerned about the stability of their excavation sites to dentists interested in understanding the forces transmitted through dental bridges, to orthopedic surgeons concerned about the forces transmitted through the spine, or a hip or knee joint.
Course Content
Statics

Trusses, Method of Sections, Truss Tips and Tricks
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Intro to Centroids, Where is the Center of Texas?
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Intro to Centroid by Calculus Method, Flip the Strip Method
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Centroids by Calculus Example Problem
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Very Challenging Centroid by Calculus Problem
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Intro, Centroids by Composite Shapes, Table Method
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Centroid Using Composite Shapes, Center of Area
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Centroid of a Volume, Table Method
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Centroid of Mass, Body with Different Densities
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The Theorem of Pappus Guldinus, Volume and Surface Area
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Statics: Exam 2 Review Problem 5; Frame Example
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Statics: Exam 2 Review Problem 4; Truss Combo Method
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Truss Problem, The Combo Problem
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Frame Problem with 2 (Two) Force Members
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More Difficult Frame Problem
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Machine Problem, You Must Know How to do This!
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Pulley Palooza Problems
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Statics: Exam 2 Review Summary
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Statics: Exam 2 Review Problem 1; Equivalent Systems
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Statics: Exam 2 Review Problem 2; 2D Reaction Forces
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Statics: Exam 2 Review Problem 3; 3D Reaction Example
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Distributed Loads Using Centroids
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Introduction to Internal Forces, M N V
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Internal Forces M, N, V on a Frame Problem
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Problem 3, Theorem of Pappus Guldinus
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Problem 4, Internal Forces M, N, V
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Problem 5, Shear Moment Diagram Example
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Problem 6, Simple Friction is Fun
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Problem 7, Friction Slipping Tipping
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Problem 8, Friction Wedge Example
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Introduction to Area Moment of Inertia
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Parallel Axis Theorem, Area Moment of Inertia
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Moment of Inertia, Composite Shape Method
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Problem 2, Centroid by Calculus
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Problem 1, Centroid Composite Shape
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Shear Moment Diagram, The Graphic Method
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Shear Moment Diagram Problem with Moments
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Shear Moment Diagram, The Equation Method
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Friction is Fun, Box on an Incline
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Friction Slipping Tipping Problem
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Friction on Wedges and Screws
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Challenging Friction Wedge Problem with Roller
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Belt Friction Example Problem
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Statics: Exam 3 Review Summary
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Area Moment of Inertia, Calculus Method
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Trusses, How to Find a Zero Force Member, Method of Joints
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Intro and Newton’s Laws, Scalers, and Vectors
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Using Scaler Equations to Solve for 2 Unknowns
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Proving There’s no Such Thing As Straight Strings
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Equilibrium of a Particle, 2D Forces Around a Pulley
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2D Equilibrium of a Particle With Springs
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2D Statics on a Particle, Multiple Free Body Diagrams
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3D Statics About a Particle, Calculating Unit Vectors
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3 Equations and Unknowns, 3D Vectors
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Introduction to Moments rXF, Torque
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2D Moment About a Point, 2 Methods
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Statics About a Particle, 3D Resultant of Vector Forces
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Finding 3D Vectors When Given Coordinates
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Vector Language, Intro to Vector Addition
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The Triangle Rule for Adding Vectors to Find a Resultant
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Vector Addition, Triangle Rule, and Cartesian and Vector Notation
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2D Find Resultant Vectors, Triangle Rule, Cartesian Components
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Finding Vector Components in NonOrthogonal Systems
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Most Missed Topic in Statics, Cartesian Coordinates
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Intro to 3D Vectors, Deriving Blue Triangle Equations
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Drill Problems Practicing Blue Triangle Problems
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Directional Cosines for 3D Vectors and Components
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2D Min Max Moment Calculation
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3D Moment About a Point and rXF Example
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Moment About a Specified Axis
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System Equilibrium, 2D Reactions at the Supports
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Fixed Support 2D Reaction Force Problem
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2D Reactions at the Supports With a Pulley
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Tipping Problem, Reactions in 2D
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3D Equilibrium of a Rigid Body, 6 Equations
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I Need Your Help! Thank You All!
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3D Reaction Force Problem, Rigid Body Equilibrium
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Intro to Trusses, Frames, and Machines
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Trusses, Method of Joints
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3D Reaction Forces Illustrated
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2D Reaction at Supports, Example Problem
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Moment of a Couple in 3D
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Statics: Exam 1 – Review Summary
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Statics: Exam 1 Review Problem 1, 3D Vector Addition
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Statics: Exam 1 Review Problem 2, 2D Forces on a Particle
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Statics: Exam 1 Review Problem 3, 3D Statics on a Particle
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Statics: Exam 1 Review Problem 4, 2D Moment Example
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Statics: Exam1 Review Problem 5, 3D rXF Moment Example
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Equivalent Systems Simplification, Burrito Force!
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Equivalent Systems, Further Simplification
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Trusses, The Method of Sections
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