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020209-Ch5 - 2 92-411 Machine Design Winter 2009 Department...

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1 92-411 Machine Design Winter 2009 Department of Mechanical, Automotive, and Materials Engineering 92-411: Machine Design I 2 Chapter 5: Failures Resulting from Static Loading | Strength is a property of a mechanical element z Depends upon material, treatment, processing, geometry, loading, critical location | Strength varies amongst mass-produced parts and is statistical in nature | Static load: stationary force or force couple (moment) z Unchanging in magnitude, point of application, and direction | Failure: separation, permanent distortion, or other symptom that compromises its function 92-411: Machine Design I 3 Chapter 5: Failures Resulting from Static Loading | Focus of Chapter 5: z Prediction of permanent distortion (plastic deformation) or separation (fracture) | One-, two-, and three-dimensional stress states with/without stress concentrations for ductile and brittle materials 92-411: Machine Design I 4 Chapter 5: Failures Resulting from Static Loading | Static strength in design z Material strength test data is collected z Test specimens should reflect the finished part Material heat treatment surface finish part geometry loading configuration
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2009 for the course ME 416 taught by Professor Kauzmania during the Spring '09 term at Windsor.

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020209-Ch5 - 2 92-411 Machine Design Winter 2009 Department...

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