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1.033/1.57 Mechanics of Material Systems Mechanics of Material Systems (Mechanics and Durability of Solids I) Franz-Josef Ulm Lecture: MWF1 // Recitation: F3:00-4:30 1.033/1.57
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1.033/1.57 Mechanics of Material Systems Part II: Momentum Balance, Stresses and Stress States 4. Stress States / Failure Criteria
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1.033/1.57 Mechanics of Material Systems Part I. Deformation and Strain 1 Description of Finite Deformation 2 Infinitesimal Deformation Part II. Momentum Balance and Stresses 3 Momentum Balance 4 Stress States / Failure Criterion Part III. Elasticity and Elasticity Bounds 5 Thermoelasticity, 6 Variational Methods Part IV. Plasticity and Yield Design 7 1D-Plasticity – An Energy Approac 8 Plasticity Models 9 Limit Analysis and Yield Design Content 1.033/1.57
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1.033/1.57 Mechanics of Material Systems n T ( n ) t σ n τ t n = u I T ( n ) = σ Ι n t = u II Stress components on a material surface oriented by unit normal n Stress components on a material surface oriented in the principal stress direction n = u I Stress Vector and Stress Components
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1.033/1.57 Mechanics of Material Systems
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