UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO
CIVE 1160: MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
College of Engineering
Summer 2011
Sections 041 & 091: MTWR 11:00-11:50 PL 3020
INSTRUCTOR: Alexander Spivak
OFFICES: Nitschke Hall 4050
OFFICE HOURS:MW 10:00-11:00
OFFICE PHONE: 530-8036
e-mail: alex
UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO
College of Engineering
CIVE 1160: MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Summer 2011
Sections 041 & 091: MTWR 11:00-11:50 PL 3020
INSTRUCTOR: Alexander Spivak
OFFICES: Nitschke Hall 4050
OFFICE HOURS:MW 10:00-11:00
OFFICE PHONE: 530-8036
e-mail: alex
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Ch.4: Axially Loaded Members
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Frames and other support systems are
fabricated so that component members are
loaded in tension or compression only, that is
without bending or twisting.
The loading in the members is parallel to the
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Mechanical Properties of Materials
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The mechanical properties of materials enable
engineers to:
determine the strength of materials;
determine relationships between stress
and strain;
develop theoretical equations that are
used to co
Bending
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Beams and shafts are long, slender members
with loads that act perpendicular to the
longitudinal (long) axis.
Shear and moment diagrams are used to
illustrate the internal reactions.
An equation is derived to compute bendin
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are long, circular
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CIVE 1160: ENGINEERING MECHANICS: Strength of Materials University of Toledo Department of Civil Engineering Test #3, Spring 2008 Closed book & closed notes. Cheating and/or communicating with anyone (other than instr
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CIVE 1160: ENGINEERING MECHANICS: Strength of Materials University of Toledo Department of Civil Engineering Test #3, Spring 2008 Closed book & closed notes. Cheating and/or communicating with anyone (other than instr
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`CIVE 1160: ENGINEERING MECHANICS: Strength of Materials University of Toledo Department of Civil Engineering Test #2, Spring 2008 Closed book & closed notes. Cheating and/or communicating with anyone (other than inst
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CIVE 1160: ENGINEERING MECHANICS: Strength of Materials University of Toledo Department of Civil Engineering Test #1, Spring 2008 Closed book & closed notes. Cheating and/or communicating with anyone (other than instr
Name _ Student # _ Section # _
CIVE 1160: ENGINEERING MECHANICS: Strength of Materials University of Toledo Department of Civil Engineering Test #1, Spring 2008 Closed book & closed notes. Cheating and/or communicating with anyone (other than instr