ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 4
Assigned: 09/30/2013
Due: 10/07/2013 before the class starts.
Problem 1
A plastic bar of diameter d = 75 mm is to be twisted by torques T until th
ENCE/ME2140
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SMU
Lab 1 Part B: Uniaxial Compression Tests
Objective
To determine the compressive stress strain relationship for materials such as steel, aluminum,
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Instructor:
Prof. Jeong Ho You
200F Embrey Engineering Building
Tel: 214-768-3126, email: [email protected]
Office hours: 02:00 pm 03:30 pm on Monday and Wed
Fall Semester, 2013
Lab Syllabus
SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY
Mechanical Engineering
COURSE:
CEE/ME 2140 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies Labs
TIME/PLACE:
The 1st lab session begins on September 10th
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ENCE/ME2140
Department of Mechanical Engineering, SMU
Lab 1 Part A: Uniaxial Tension Tests
Objective
To learn about the basic mechanical testing procedure, to determine the tensile stress strain relat
ME/ENCE 2340 - Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Chapter 12. Deflection of Beams
Introduction
Another aspect to consider in the design of beams is the
determination of deflections, since the design spe
ME/CEE 2340 - Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
- Engineering and Mechanics
Modern engineers develop mathematical equations based on the
physical characteristics of the devices they design. With these
ma
ME/ENCE 2340 - Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Chapter 9. Stress Transformation
Introduction
In Chapter 1, it was shown that the most general state of stress at a
given point is represented by 6 comp
ME/ENCE 2340 - Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Chapter 3. Mechanical Properties of Materials
Stress-Strain Diagram
The relationship between stress and strain in a given material
is a very important c
ME/ENCE 2340 - Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Chapter 5. Torsion
Introduction
In this chapter, structural members & machine parts subjected
to torsion will be considered. Consider the following circ
ME/ENCE 2340 - Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Chapter 4. Axial Load
Introduction
In Chapter 1, we developed the method for finding the normal
stress in axially loaded members.
In this chapter, we w
ME/ENCE 2340 - Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Chapter 2. Strain
Introduction
When a structure or machine component is subjected to
loading, not only is it necessary to investigate the resulting
stre
ME/ENCE 2340 - Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Chapter 7. Transverse Shear
Introduction
A transverse loading applied to a beam gives rise to normal and
shearing stresses in any given transverse secti
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 9
Assigned: 12/02/2013
Due: 12/09/2013 before 11:59 pm. Put your HW in Prof. You's mail box (Embrey
200). In this HW9, the final answers are given.
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 8
Assigned: 11/22/2013
Due: 12/02/2013 before the class starts.
Problem 1
An element in plane stress is subjected to stresses as shown below. Determ
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 6
Assigned: 11/04/2013
Due: 11/11/2013 before the class starts.
Problem 1
The moment of inertia of area about z axis is expressed as
rectangular cro
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 7
Assigned: 11/11/2013
Due: 11/18/2013 before the class starts.
Problem 1
A cantilever beam of length L = 2 m supports a load P = 10 kN. The beam is
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 5
Assigned: 10/29/2013
Due: 11/04/2013 before the class starts.
Note: How you get results is more important than whether, or not, you get the correc
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 3
Assigned: 09/23/2013
Due: 09/30/2013 before the class starts.
Note: How you get results is more important than whether, or not, you get the correc
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 1
Assigned: 09/06/2013
Due: 09/13/2013 before the class starts.
Note: Provide your calculation procedures. If not, you will lose most or all points.
ME/CEE 2340 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Homework 2
Assigned: 09/16/2013
Due: 09/23/2013 before the class starts.
Chapter 2.
1. The two wires are connected together at A. If the force P causes point