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EM 324 ASSIGNMENT SHEET Mechanics of Materials Spring 2008 Riley, Sturges, & Morris Period Date Day Articles Topics Problems 1 1/14 M 1: 1,2,3 Review of statics 1: 6, 29,39 2 1/16 W 1: 4,5 Equilibrium of deformable bodies 1: 57, 64, 84 3 1/18 F 2: 1,2,3,4,5 Stresses – normal, shear, bearing 2: 6, 18, 114 1/21 M Martin Luther King Holiday — No Classes 4 1/23 W 2: 6 Stresses on an inclined plane 2: 32, 40, 42 5 1/25 F 2: 7,8,9 Stress at a point 2: 48, 56, 116 6 1/28 M 2: 9,10 Stress transformation equations 2: 50, 60, 62 7 1/30 W 2: 10,11 Principal stresses 2: 71, 77, 81 8 2/1 F 2: 11 Mohr’s circle 2: 87, 90, 97 9 2/4 M 3: 1,2,3 Strains – normal, shear 3: 4. 6. 10 10 2/6 W 3: 4,5 Strain transformation equations 3: 17, 20, 25 11 2/8 F 3: 5,6 Principal strains 3: 30, 34, 43 12 2/11 M 3: 7 Strain gage rosettes 3: 64, 66, 77 13 2/13 W 4: 1,2 Stress-strain diagrams 4: 3, 6, 8 14 2/13 W NIGHT EXAM 1 — (Through period 11) 15 2/18 M 4: 3 Generalized Hooke’s Law 4: 13, 23, 48 16 2/20 W 4: 3,4 Thermal and design strains 4: 27, 31, 36 17 2/22 F 5: 1,2,3 Axial loads and deformations 5: 5, 10, 133 18 2/25 M 5: 1,2,3 Systems of axially-loaded bars 5: 29, 136, 139 19 2/27 W 5: 4,5 Stat indeterminate axial-loading 5: 35, 44, 137 20 2/29 F 5: 5,6 Thermal effects and stress concentrations 5: 63, 79, 138 21 3/3 M 5: 8,9,11 Thin-walled pressure vessels 5: 100, 113, 128 22 3/5 W 6: 1,2,3,4 Torsion of circular shafts 6: 2, 11, 19 23 3/7 F 6: 4,5,6 Stresses on oblique planes 6: 31, 36, 146 24 3/10 M 6: 6,7 Power transmission 6: 41, 45, 48 25 3/12 W 6: 7,8 Statically-indeterminate torsion 6: 54, 62, 63 26 3/14 F 6: 8,9 Combined axial and torsional loading 6: 75, 83, 88 M 3/17 – F 3/21 Spring Break — No Class 27 3/24 M 6: 8,9 Stress concentrations 6: 95, 98, 152 28 3/26 W 7: 1,2,3,4 Flexure of beams 7: 3, 5, 9 29 3/26 W NIGHT EXAM 2 — (Through period 26) 30 3/31 M 7: 4 Flexural stresses 7: 12, 21, 22 31 4/2 W 7: 5,6 Shear/bending diagrams 7: 38, 45, 55 32 4/4 F 7: 7 Shearing stresses in beams 7: 75, 80, 86 33 4/7 M 7: 8,10 Principal stresses; stress concentrations 7: 96, 99, 123 34 4/9 W 7: 16 Combined loading 7: 177, 179, 182 35 4/11 F 7: 16,17 Design problems 7: 188, 199, 203 36 4/14 M 8: 1,2,3 Beam deflections by integration 8: 11, 14, 13 37 4/16 W 8: 3,4,5 Beam deflections 8: 47, 56, 60 38 4/18 F 8: 5,6 Beam deflections by superposition 8: 72, 87, 89 39 4/21 M 8: 6,9 Statically indeterminate bending 8: 116, 128, 134 40 4/23 W 8: 9,10
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