Course
code IM516E
credit_hours 3
title Engineering Solid Mechanics
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prequisites IM417
credit hours 3
Describtion/Outcomes This course presents solid modelling not just as a communication tool, but as an integral part of the design process. To this end the course explores design intent, the use of solid models in engineering analysis, and introduces techniques from manufacturing such as mould design and sheet metal patterning. The course includes the study of the basis for solid mechanics in the design of machine and product elements. A set of case studies are given throughout the course to develop the part design modelling knowledge and skills of the students.
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objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: Understand the relationships between the various stages of stresses as related to plane and different types of loading Apply systematic procedures to make a rational choice in designing a part or machine components. Calculate stresses on parts of different materials, which best matches the requirements of a design.
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ref. books Irving H. Shames and James M. Pitarresi, “Introduction to Solid Mechanics”, Prentice Hall.
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Course Content
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1 Introductory Concepts of Solid Mechanics. Analysis of Stress. Analysis of Strain. Elastic Stress Strain Relations. Plane Stress. Plane Strain. Axisymmetric Problems. Strain Energy. Yield Criteria. Thin Wall Cylinders and Shells. Thick Wall Cylinders. Buckling of Columns. Plastic Deformation. Plastic Instability, Superplasticity and Creep. Applications to Fracture Mechanics. Final Exam.
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