Learning Objectives: Be able to analyze and design mechanical components based on deflection, material, static strength and fatigue requirements. Typical components include beams, shafts, pressure vessels and bolted and welded joints.
Class schedule and classroom: Tu & Th 3:50-5:05 pm @ R2124 EB3
Shigley’s Mechanical Engineering Design, Budynas and Nisbett, 10th Edition, McGraw Hill.
Mechanics of Materials, 7th Edition, Beer, F.P., Johnston, E.R., et al., McGraw-Hill.
Inclass activities via Top Hat (Join Code: 945337):
|Intro||Stress Analysis (a)||Stress Analysis (b)||Review 1|
|Energy Method||Column Design||Review 2||Matrix Method (MATLAB code; MATLAB GUI)|
|Skew Loading||Failure, Fracture, and Fatigue||Review 3||Final Review|
|HW 1||Due on Aug. 27||Problems 3.16 (a), 3.16 (b), 3.24, 3.26||Solution|
|HW 2||Due on Sept. 08||Problems 3.34(c) , 3.58, 3.60, 3.67, 3.69||Solution|
|HW 3||Due on Sept. 15||Problems 3.71, 3.92, 3.96, 3.139||Solution|
|HW 4||Due on Oct. 1||Problems 4.68, 4.70, and 4.72||Solution|
|HW 5||Due on Oct 13||Problems 4.80, 4.81 and 4.88||Solution|
|HW 6||Due on Oct. 29||hw6||Solution|
|HW 7||Due on Nov. 5||hw7||Solution|
|HW 8||Due on Nov. 12||hw8||Solution|
Additional Lecture Notes:
Please download additional readings for the Matrix Method.
Please download additional readings for the Non-Symmetric Beams.
|Many in-class activities||=||10%|
|Test 1 on Sept. 22||=||25%|
|Test 2 on Oct. 20||=||25%|
|Test 3 on Nov. 17||=||25%|
|Optional Final on December 10 (1-4 pm)||=||25%|
|97% -100% = A+||94% -96% = A||90% -93% = A-||87% -89% = B+||84% -86% = B||80% -83% = B-|
|77% -79% = C+||74% -76% = C||70% -73% = C-||67% -69% = D+||64% -66% = D||60% -63% = D-|
|0% -59% = F|
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