014104 – Strength of Materials 1

Strength of Materials 1 – 014104

 

Course Objectives

This course builds on the principles of statics mastered in the course “Introduction to Engineering Mechanics” and will introduce the students to the fundamentals of Mechanics of Materials. This subject covers basic concepts of solid mechanics and mechanical behavior of materials, including stress-strain relationships, beam bending, stress transformation and stability of columns. Structural behavior will be analyzed, along with the material and geometric contributions to the behavior of structures.

 

Lecture topics

  1. Introduction to course; Mechanical property definitions for Young’s Moduli, yields stress, ultimate stress, etc; Hooke’s Law; Stress, strain and deformation: Axial loadin
  2. Statically indeterminate problems – axial loading Thin walled pressure vessels
  3. Torsion of circular shafts
  4. Torsion of general bars
  5. Bending stresses
  6. Deflections of beams
  7. Deflections of beams: conjugate beam
  8. Statically indeterminate beams
  9. Shear stresses in beams
  10. Shear stresses Shear centre for different cross-sections
  11. Buckling of columns
  12. Transformation of stresses Principal stresses
  13. Mohr’s circle Transformation of strains

 

Prerequisites

014103 – Introduction to Engineering Mechanics

 

Textbooks

  1. P. Popov, Engineering Mechanics of Solids, 2nd edition, Prentice-Hall R. C. Hibbeler, Statics and Mechanics of Materials, 2nd edition,

Prentice Hall. F. P. Beer and E. R. Johnston, Mechanics of Materials, McGraw Hill.

 

Contact Hours per Week

Lecture: 3 hours

Recitation: 2 Hours

Credit points: 4