Strength of materials
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Learning Project Summary
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- Time investment: 6 months
- Portal:Engineering and Technology
- Department:Mechanical Engineering
- Stream:Solid Mechanics
- Level: Second year undergraduate
This learning project is an introduction to the study of strength of materials. It discusses the simple and easy to use method for determining the stresses and strains in materials and how materials fail.
This learning project aims to teach the student how to calculate stresses and strains that materials undergo when loaded. After taking this course, a student should be able to understand the different types of stresses including normal, torsion, bending and shearing. They should also be able to solve for deflections in elastic materials, and understand how a materials yields and eventually fails under load.
- Lesson 1: Stresses and strains
- Lesson 2: Elastic properties and plane stress
- Lesson 3: Stress transformations and Mohr's circle
- Lesson 3a: Introduction to Axial Loading
- Lesson 4: Structures with Axial Loading
- Lesson 5: Introduction to Torsion
- Lesson 6: Torsion in Structures
- Lesson 7: Shear Forces and Bending Moments
- Lesson 8: Introduction to Stresses in Beams
- Lesson 9: Stresses in Beams
- Lesson 10: Analysis of Stress and Strain
- Lesson 11: Applications of Plane Stress
- Lesson 12: Introduction to Beam Deflection
- Lesson 13: Beam Deflection
- Lesson 14: Statically Indeterminate Beams
- Lesson 15: Introduction to Beam Deflection
- Lesson 16: Columns
- Appendix A: Centroids and Moments of Inertia
- Assignment 1: ...
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- Quiz 2
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