CEE 220
April 25, 2006
Midterm 1
Name:
Closed Bo ok; Summary of useful formulae (attached)
Student ID:
Part I: Short Answers
1. Give the named equations for one-dimensional loading of ro ds.
(a)
Kinematics
(3 pts)
(b) Constitutive Law
(3 pts)
(c)
(3 pts)
CEE 220
Due: Jan 27th
Homework Assignment No. 3
Winter 2014
Reading Assignments:
Please read the Stress and Pressure Vessel handouts.
Problem Set
For all problems, write a problem statement, provide sketches, and comment on your thought process.
Draw free
CEE 220
Due: Jan 20th
Homework Assignment No. 2
Winter 2014
Reading Assignments:
Please read the Stress handout.
Problem Set
For all problems, write a problem statement, provide sketches, and comment on your thought process.
Draw free body diagrams as app
CEE 220
Due: Feb 3rd
Homework Assignment No. 4
Winter 2014
Reading Assignments:
Please read the Strain handout.
Problem Set
For all problems, write a problem statement, provide sketches, and comment on your thought process.
Draw free body diagrams as appl
CEE 220
Due: Feb 3rd
Homework Assignment No. 4
Winter 2014
Reading Assignments:
Please read the Strain handout.
Problem Set
For all problems, write a problem statement, provide sketches, and comment on your thought process.
Draw free body diagrams as appl
Mohr Circle
In 2D space (e.g., on the 1 2 , 1 3, or
2 3 plane), the normal stress ( n) and the
shear stress ( s), could be given by
equations (1) and (2) in the next slides
Note: The equations are given here in the
1 2 plane, where 1 is greater than 2.
CHAPTER 1: Definitions, Units, Fundamental
Concepts
Mechanics is the physical science which studies the effects of forces on
objects.
What happens to a body when forces are applied to it?
Mechanics
Deformable
Bodies
Rigid Bodies
Things that
dont change
sh
CHAPTER 1: FORCE VECTORS
In this section, we will study the fundamental operations (addition,
resolving vectors into components) of force vectors.
Vector is a quantity which has both magnitude and direction.
We will use the arrow to designate vectors.
We
CHAPTER 3: STRUCTURES
Up to now, we worked with one single rigid body and external forces applied to it.
We will deal with structures.
STRUCTURE: A rigid made of several connected parts.
Trusses: Designed to support loads made of straight two-force member
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Answers to Problems
Answers to problems with a number set in straight type are given on this and the following pages. Answers to problems set
in italic a
Question 12 ptsTrue or False. The Load Factor is less than 1.0.
True or False. The Load Factor is less than 1.0.
True
False
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CEE 307
Instructor: Steve Muench
Julia Cuprys
24 January 2014
ANFO Definition
ANFO stands for ammonium nitrate/fuel oil and is also written as AN/FO. It is a widely used
industrial explosive mixture that consists of 94% porous prilled ammonium nitrate (NH
Projected CEE Course Offerings for 2013-2014
Course
Title
Cr
AUT '13
100
21st Cent CEE
1
201
Heavy Construction and the Panama Canal
2
220
Intro to Mechanics of Materials
4
250
Environmental Processes and Flows
3
Brett
298
Special Topics: AutoCAD
2
Le
307
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS:
FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS
Mohammad Malakoutian
Gregory R. Miller
eBook-2013
Contents:
Chapter : 1-D (Linear) Elasticity (Axial)
Introduction
Fundamental Quantities
Fundamental Relations
Kinematics
Equilibrium
Constitutive Relat
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS:
FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS
Mohammad Malakoutian
eBook-2013
Gregory R. Miller
Contents:
Chapter : 1-D (Linear) Elasticity (Axial)
Introduction
Fundamental Quantities
Fundamental Relations
Kinematics
Equilibrium
Constitutive Relat
11
Beam Deections:
4th Order Method
and Additional Topics
111
Lecture 11: BEAM DEFLECTIONS: 4TH ORDER METHOD AND ADDITIONAL TOPICS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
11.1.
11.2.
11.3.
Fourth Order Method Description
11.1.1. Example 1: Cantilever under Triangular Dist
CEE 220 Syllabus
Winter 2014
CEE 220 - Mechanics of Materials
Instructor:
Office:
E-mail:
Office Hours:
Website:
Discussion Board:
Mohammad Malakoutian, Affiliate Assistant professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering
214C More Hall
[email protected]
W 2:0
Office Hours for CEE 220 (TAs) & Chi Epsilon
All Office Hours held in More Hall
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
Ryan
Ryan
Amy
10:30-12:00
MOR 229
10:30-12:00
MOR 132H
10:30-12:00
MOR 119
12:00
12:30
Amy
Midterm I
CEE 220
April 24, 2007
Name:
Closed Book; 1 page of notes.
Part I: Short Answer (3 points each)
1. For the stress state shown, what is the absolute maximum shear stress?
y 20 MPa
20 MPa
x
20 MPa
z
Isotropic stressno shear: max = 0
2. Consider th
CHAPTER 2: EQUILIBRIUM OF PARTICLES
OBJECTIVES
a) Draw a free body diagram (FBD), and,
b) Apply equations of equilibrium to solve
a 2-D problem.
CHAPTER 2: EQUILIBRIUM OF PARTICLES
This is an example of a 2-D or
coplanar force system. If the
whole assembl