NEW 375 Lecture01 - Course: Basic Strength of Materials...

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Course: Basic Strength of Materials 20-ENFD-375
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Mike Baseheart Ph.D., P.E. Office: 765 Baldwin Hall Office hours M-W-F TBD Or by appointment E-Mail: Mike.Baseheart@uc.edu Phone: (513) 556 3700 Mailbox: 765 Baldwin Hall Class materials are posted in advance on Blackboard (http://blackboard.uc.edu)
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MECHANICS Applied physical science that describes and predicts the condition of bodies under the action of forces Mechanics of Rigid Bodies Bodies are assumed to be “perfectly” rigid Deformations are usually small and do NOT appreciably affect equilibrium Mechanics of Deformable Bodies Deformations are considered to determine the strength and serviceability response of a body to applied forces Large displacements theory
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Mechanics of Rigid Bodies STATICS Bodies at rest DYNAMICS Bodies in motion
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STATICS EXAMPLE Roller Support Vertical Translation Restraint Only Pin Support Vertical Translation Restraint Horizontal Translation Restraint Rotation Free For the applied loads, what are the magnitude and direction of the reactions?
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STATICS EXAMPLE (Cont.) Free Body Diagram (FBD)
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course ENGIN 375 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at University of Cincinnati.

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