## Undergraduate Courses

### GEN_ENG 205-2: Engineering Analysis II

#### Winter 2018

- Syllabus
- Lecture Notes
- Lecture 1 – Introduction
- Lecture 2 – Scalars, Vectors, Components in 2D, and Components in 3D
- Lectures 3 & 4 – Dot Products and Cross Products
- Lecture 5 – Forces
- Lecture 6 – 2D Force Systems and 3D Force Systems
- Lecture 7 – 3D Force Systems (cont’d)
- Lecture 8 – 2D Description of the Moment
- Lecture 9 – 2D Description of the Moment (cont’d) and the Moment Vector
- Lecture 10 – Moment Vector (cont’d) and Moment of Force about a Line
- Lecture 11 – Moment of a Force about a Line (cont’d) and Couples
- Lecture 12 – Equivalent Systems
- Lecture 13 – Objects in Equilibrium
- Lecture 14 – Objects in Equilibrium (cont’d) and Statically Indeterminate Objects
- Lecture 15 – 3D Applications
- Lecture 16 – Two- and Three-Force Members and Trusses
- Lecture 17 – Method of Joints
- Lecture 18 – Method of Joints (cont’d) and Method of Sections
- Lecture 19 – Frames and Machines
- Lecture 20 – Frames and Machines (cont’d)
- Lecture 20 – Frames and Machines – Supplement
- Lecture 21 – Centroids of Areas and Composite Areas
- Lecture 22 – Composite Areas (cont’d) and Distributed Loads
- Lecture 23 – Theory of Dry Friction
- Lecture 24 – Position, Velocity, and Acceleration; Straight-Line Motion
- Lecture 25 – Straight-Line Motion when Acceleration Depends on Velocity or Position
- Lecture 26 – Curvilinear Motion – Cartesian Coordinates
- Lecture 27 – Angular Motion
- Lecture 28 – Curvilinear Motion – Normal and Tangential Components
- Lecture 29 – Newton’s 2nd Law; Applications with Cartesian Coordinates and Straight-Line Motion
- Lecture 30 – Applications with Normal and Tangential Components

#### Winter 2017

## Graduate Courses

### CIV_ENV 495-35: Plasticity and Limit Analysis

#### Spring 2017

### CIV_ENV 495-19: Computational Geotechnics

#### Spring 2018

## Teaching Statement

Download *A Brief Teaching Statement* by J.P. Hambleton (uploaded October 29, 2018).