UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2011
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Professor Ritchie
PROBLEM SET 1
Due: Sept 13 2011
Problem 1
Show that the principal stresses in a thin-walle
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2011
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Professor Ritchie
Due: 10/11/11
Problem Set 3
Problem 1
A quenched and tempered SAE 4340 steel ( = 200 GPa)
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2011
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Professor Ritchie
Due 11/3/11
Problem 1
You are the metallurgist for a design group which is working car for
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2011
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Professor Ritchie
PROBLEM SET 1
Problem 1 (20 points)
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #1
Assigned: September 2nd
Due: September 16th
Problem 1: 15 points
Show that
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #2
Assigned: September 16nd
Problem 1: 15 points
Derive relationships for the
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #7
Assigned: December 2nd
Due: December 9th
Problem 1: 20 points
A steel ship
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #4
Assigned: November 4th
Due: November 13th
Problem 1: 35 points
You are the
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #3
Assigned: October 7th
Due: October 14th
Problem 1: 25 points
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College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #4
Assigned: November 13th
Due: November 25th
Problem 1: 20 points
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #4
Assigned: October 14th
Due: October 21st
Problem 1: 20 points
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113/ME 124
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Solutions #1
Problem #1
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Midterm Exam #2
Solutions
Problem 1
a) For HCP metal
According to Tresca
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2014
COURSE:
MSE 113
TITLE:
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
UNITS:
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
COURSE:
MSE 113
TITLE:
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
UNITS:
3
LECTURES:
Tu,Th 11-12:30, Room 348 Hearst Memorial Mining Building
LECTU
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113/ME 124
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Solutions #3
Problem #1
In order to tell whether the dissociation into par
Assigned: 8/26
Due: 9/13
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113/ME 124
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #1
Problem #1
A uniform deformation is applie
Assigned: 9/30
Due: 10/11
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #5
Problem #1
A nuclear pressure vessel, made of an
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Solutions #4
Problem #1
a) To calculate the Schmid factor [= cos() cos()], we mus