(1) Utilize continuum mechanics and the theory of elasticity to develop solutions of practical engineering problems concerned with stress and deformation analysis.
(2) Proficient in tensor analysis, coordinate transformations, alternative measures of strain, elastic constitutive equations, stress measures, formulation and solution of two and three dimensional elasticity problems.
(3) Understand advanced beam theory for shear deformation and large deformation, contact mechanics, stress concentration, pressure vessels and compound cylinders, thermal stress analysis, and stresses in layered microelectronic devices.
Class schedule and classroom: M & W 11:45 am – 1 pm @ 2232 EB3
Recommended Textbook (not required): The Linearized Theory of Elasticity, by W.S. Slaughter. Boston: Birkhäuser, 2002.
1. The Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Continua, by Gurtin, Fried, & Anand. Cambridge, 2010.
2. Mathematical Theory of Elasticity, by Sokolnikoff. Krieger Publishing Company, 1956.
3. Theory of Elasticity, by Timoshenko, S. P. and J. N. Goodier. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1970.
4. Applied Mechanics of Solids, by Allan F. Bower. CRC Press, 2009.
5. imechanica: web of mechanics and mechanicians Read More
|HW 1||Due on Aug. 31||hw1||Solution|
|HW 2||Due on Sept. 19||hw2||Solution|
|HW 3||Due on Sept. 28||hw3||Solution|
|HW 4||Due on Oct. 12||hw4||Solution|
|HW 5||Due on Oct 26||hw5||Solution|
|HW 6||Due on Nov. 02||hw6||Solution|
|Many in-class activities||=||20%|
|Test 1 on Oct. 03||=||20%|
|Test 2 on Nov. 09||=||20%|
|Project Presentation on Nov. 28 & 30||=||20%|
|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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- Reasonable accommodations will be made for students with verifiable disabilities.
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