1.1 determine distribution of shear force, bending moment and stress due to bending in simply supported beams

Unit 2: L/601/1404 Engineering Science

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Learning outcomes

On successful completion of

this unit a learner will:

Assessment criteria for pass

The learner can:

 

LO1 Be able to determine the

behavioural characteristics

of elements of static

engineering systems

 

1.1 determine distribution of shear force, bending moment

and stress due to bending in simply supported beams

1.2 select standard rolled steel sections for beams and

columns to satisfy given specifications

1.3 determine the distribution of shear stress and the

angular deflection due to torsion in circular shafts

 

LO2 Be able to determine the

behavioural characteristics

of elements of dynamic

engineering systems

 

2.1 determine the behaviour of dynamic mechanical

systems in which uniform acceleration is present

2.2 determine the effects of energy transfer in mechanical

systems

2.3 determine the behaviour of oscillating mechanical

Systems

 

LO3 Be able to apply DC theory to

solve electrical and

electronic engineering

problems

 

3.1 solve problems using Kirchhoff’s laws to calculate

currents and voltages in circuits

3.2 solve problems using circuit theorems to calculate

currents and voltages in circuits

3.3 solve problems involving current growth/decay in an L-R

circuit and voltage growth/decay in a C-R circuit

 

LO4 Be able to apply single phase

AC theory to solve electrical

and electronic engineering

problems

 

4.1 recognise a variety of complex waveforms and explain

how they are produced from sinusoidal waveforms

4.2 apply AC theory to solve problems on R, L, C circuits and

components

4.3 apply AC theory to solve problems involving

transformers.

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