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Unformatted text preview: ME3403  Mechanics of Solids ChangDong Yeo Chapter 1 Instructor ChangDong Yeo Assistant Professor 114 Mechanical Engineering Building Tel: 8067423563 EXT242, email: changdong.yeo@ttu.edu Office Hour Instructor: Tuesday & Thursday 4:00PM 5:00PM at ME 114, or by appointment TA: Monday 34PM & Wednesday 45PM, at ME 150 Catalog Course Description Introduction to analysis of deformable bodies including stress, strain, stressstrain relations, torsion, beam bending and shearing stresses, stress transformations, beam deflections, statically indeterminate problems, energy methods, and column buckling. Prerequisites ME 2301 Statics Equilibrium of force systems; computations of reactions and internal forces; determinations of centroids and moments of inertia; introduction to vector mechanics. Textbook Hibbeler, R. C. Mechanics of Materials, 8 th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall. 1 All class materials from BlackBoard ME3403  Mechanics of Solids ChangDong Yeo Chapter 1 Course Objectives To develop and present the relationships and equations for determining stresses and strains in a deformable body subjected to various types of loading. To provide students with the analytical background to analyze and design mechanical and structural systems. Grading Policy Attendance & Quiz 5% Homework 10% 3 Exams 55% (Exam#1 15% + Exam#2 20% + Exam#3 20%) Final Exam 30% with 89100% A 7989% B 6979% C 5569% D 055% F General Rules and Guidelines Homework turned in late if not excused will not be counted. Any missed HW/Quiz/Exam will receive a score of 0.  Copying or referring homework from other people is NOT acceptable . This offense, when detected, will be dealt with severely.  5 points will be taken off from the students final grade after three or more unexcused absences, and F will be given to a student after six or more unexcused absences. 2 ME3403  Mechanics of Solids ChangDong Yeo Chapter 1 Topics Covered Ch. 1. Stress Ch. 2. Strain Ch. 3. Mechanical Properties of Materials Ch. 4. Axial Load MidTerm Exam #1 Ch. 5. Torsion Ch. 6. Bending MidTerm Exam #2 Ch. 7. Transverse Shear Ch. 8. Combined Loadings Ch. 9/10. Stress Transformation MidTerm Exam #3 Ch. 11. Design of Beams and Shafts Ch. 12. Deflection of Beams and Shafts Ch. 13. Buckling of Columns Final Exam 3 ME3403  Mechanics of Solids ChangDong Yeo Chapter 1  Engineering and Mechanics Modern engineers develop mathematical equations based on the physical characteristics of the devices they design. With these mathematical models, engineers predict the behavior of their designs, modify them, and then test them before their actual construction....
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