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ME306_SP10_syllabus_Kershner_rev_Feb_8

ME306_SP10_syllabus_Kershner_rev_Feb_8 - ME306 Mechanics of...

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ME306 Mechanics of Materials Spring 2009-2010, Lec 002 Course Description: ME 306 provides the foundation to many advanced techniques that allow engineers to design machine components, mechanisms, predict failure and understand the mechanical properties of materials. Mechanics of Materials provides the basic tools for stress, strain and deformation analysis. Methods for determining the stresses, strains and deformations produced by applied loads are presented. Engineering design concepts are integrated throughout the course. Topics include: mechanical stress and strain, deformation under tension and compression, torsion of shafts, beam bending stresses and deflections, design of beams and shafts, pressure vessels, principal stress and strain, buckling, impact, strain energy analysis . Course Objectives: Analyze and design components and structural members subjected to tension, compression, torsion, bending and combined loads using fundamental concepts of stress, strain, elastic and inelastic behavior. Recognize the nature of a component loading, classify its response and determine where supplemental material can be found to aid in analysis of its response.
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