ENGR 2332 FALL 2016 Syllabus-1-1 (1) - ENGR 2332: Mechanics...

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ENGR 2332: Mechanics of MaterialsInstructor: Leticia AnayaFALL 2016Office: Engineering Technology Dept. Phone: 940-565-2366Time: MW 5:30-7:00, B185 LectureMW 7:00-8:20 F185 Lab Office Hours: Posted outside doorEmail: [email protected]COURSE DESCRIPTION:Relationships among loads placed on structural components; shape and size of components; resultant stresses, strains and deflections of components.COURSE OBJECTIVES: (TAC of ABET Criteria and Program Educational Objectives Supported).Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:1. Understand the concepts of stress and strains, and the influence of loadingdirection on deformation. (a,b,f, l.m,n)2. Understand the impact of applied loads on design. (a,b,f, l,m,n)3. Know the final extensions on axially loaded members subjected to tensile orthermal stresses. (a,b,f,l, m, n)4. Understand the influence of torsinal stresses on deformation of circular bars.(a,b,f, l,m,n)5. Understand shear force and bending moments diagrams. (a,b,f,l,m,n)6. Understand the principal stress based on applied loads. (a,b,f,l,m,n)7. Understand the influence of location of loads on the deflection. (a,b,f,l,m,n)8. Understand the effects of end conditions on deformation. (a,b,f,l,m,n)Student Learning Outcomes: (Course Objectives Supported)Calculate stress-strains relations for typical engineering applications. (1, 2, 3, 7, 8)b) Analyze tensile loading of members. (1, 2, 3)c) Analyze torsion in beams. (1, 2, 4)d) Analyze beams in deflection. (1, 5, 7)e) Calculate principal stresses and angular dependence of stress. (6)f) Evaluate buckling of columns. (1, 6) g) Analyze columns under compression. (8)Instructional Objectives: 1. Conditionsa) Students can use pens, paper, calculator and textbooks during lectures.b) Students are allowed to download lectures from the instructor's website.c) Students are permitted to use electronic equipment, software and part kits in the laboratory
2 Criteria:a) Students are required to attend lectures and laboratory classes.b) Homeworks and laboratory reports will be turned in on the due date.c) Student must pass the laboratory in order to pass the test.d) Makeup examination will not be given.3. Outcome Competenciesa) Homework will be used to access understanding of materials covered in lectureb) Examination will be used to assess understanding of materials covered during the semester in both lecture and laboratory.c)Laboratory reports will be used to assess hands-on application of theory and use of test equipment and software.Relationship between ABET EAC Student Outcomes and ABET TAC Student OutcomesMechanics of Materials (4 SCH: 3 lec, 1 lab)ABET EAC Student OutcomesABET TAC Student OutcomesCourse Learning Outcomes, ENGR 2332a)b)e)g)k)a)b)f)l)m) n)Student will demonstrate an understanding of the concept of stress as aresult of externally applied forces.XXXXXXXXXXStudent will demonstrate the ability to analyze states of stress in 2D and 3D problems.XXXXXXXXStudents will demonstrate an ability to establish a strain-stress relation for a specific materialXXXXXXX

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Summer
Professor
Anaya
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Force, Shear Stress, Shear strain

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