ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 5
Ch. 7 Stress and Strain
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Stength of Materials - Lec 05
1
Ch. 7 Stress and Strain
Physical science concerned
with the state of rest or
motion of bodies that are
subject to forces
Mechanics
Equilib

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 02 (a)
Force System Resultants
Statics and Mechanics of Materials by Hibbeler (Prentice Hall)
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 2
1
REVIEW - Rectangular 3D
Components of A Vector
A = Ax + A y + Az
A =

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 8
Ch. 10 Torsion
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 8 - Ch. 10
1
Torsion
Helical lines
Length is unchanged
Radius is unchanged
Because, small rotations considered
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 09
Chapter 11 Bending
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 09 - Ch. 11
1
Bending
Symmetric Bending
Cross-section
of the
beam is symmetric
with respect to an axis
Bending moment is
applied about an axis

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 10a
Chapter 12 Transverse Shear
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec 10(Ch12-13)
1
Transverse Shear
V: Shear force (internal)
V is in fact due to the
transverse shear stress
distribution
Complementary
Prop

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 7a
Ch. 8 Material Properties
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 7
1
Ch. 8 Material Properties
Tension and
Compression Tests
In
design of
mechanical systems
we need to know our
limits of strength
Tests

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 4
Shear Force and Bending Moment
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Stength of Materials - Lec 04
1
Shear and Moment Equations and
Diagrams
Design of Members:
We need to know the values
of V & M along x axis at an
arbitrary point.

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 01 (a)
General Principles
Statics and Mechanics of Materials by Hibbeler (Prentice Hall)
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 1
1
Ch. 1 General Principles
Physical science concerned
with the state of rest

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Lecture 3
Ch. 6 Geometric Properties
and Distributed Loadings
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Lec. 3 - Ch. 6
1
APPLICATIONS
To design the structure for
supporting a water tank, we will
need to know the weights of

ENGR 3380U
Strength of Materials
Introduction
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
ali.keshavarz@uoit.ca
Room: ERC4026
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
Strength of Materials - Intro
1
Course Outline
Course Objectives
Course Outcomes
Prerequisites
Course Location/Timing
TA
Textbook
Grading

ENGR-2500U and PHY-2060U
2012 Sept.-Dec.
B. Rouben
2nd Midterm Exam
Thursday 2012 November 15
Note: Data which you may need is given following the problems.
9 problems, 70 marks total.
Note: 2 hours, closed-book test, but 1 one-sided 8.5x11 crib sheet & c

ENGR-2500U and PHY-2060U
2012 Sept.-Dec.
B. Rouben
2nd Midterm Exam
Thursday 2012 November 15
Note: Data which you may need is given following the problems.
9 problems, 70 marks total.
Note: 2 hours, closed-book test, but 1 one-sided 8.5x11 crib sheet & c

Exercise on Number of Neutrons Crossing
Suppose
that
angular
neutron
density
is
given
in
n.cm -3
by
1
n( ) =
(1.8 0.2 cos ) where is the polar angle, i.e., the angle between
4
and the positive z axis. Assume that all neutrons have a speed of 2,200 m/s. B

20: Fast & Thermal Neutrons
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept-Dec
2012 Sept
1
Fission Neutrons
n
n
Neutrons from fission
have a distribution of
energies, mostly in the
1-to-a-fe

UOIT
B. Rouben
ENGR-2500U and PHY-2060U
Sample Problems
2012/10/19
1. Lamarsh Ch. 2 Problem 12:
Refer to Section 2.4 of Lamarsh. Using Eq. (2.3), estimate the radius of the nucleus of 238U.
Roughly what fraction of the 238U atom is taken up by the nucleus

19: Neutron-Induced Fission
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept-Dec
2012 Sept
1
Most Important Neutron Reactions with Matter
n
n
Scattering: the neutron
bounces off, with or witho

ENGR-2500U & PHY-2060U
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U
Introduction to Nuclear
Physics
PHY-2060U
Nuclear Physics and
2012 September
1
ENGR-2550U / PHY-2060U
Hello!
My name is Ben Rouben. I am the instructor
for this course.
I worked in reactor physics at AECL f

B. Rouben
UOIT
Sample Problems
1.
(a) Use the table of atomic masses to determine the binding energy (in MeV) of
the last neutron in Pu-241 (note: 1 amu = 931.5 MeV).
(b) What is the Q value of the reaction 240Pu + n = 241Pu?
(c) If the fission barrier in

ENGR-2500U & PHY-2060U
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U
Introduction to Nuclear
Physics
PHY-2060U
Nuclear Physics and
2012 September
1
ENGR-2550U / PHY-2060U
Hello!
My name is Ben Rouben. I am the instructor
for this course.
I worked in reactor physics at AECL f

26: Special Theory of Relativity
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept.-Dec.
2012 Sept
1
Contents
n
We examine the special theory of relativity,
including length contraction and tim

UOIT
B. Rouben
ENGR-2500U and PHY-2060U
Sample Problems
2012/10/19
1. Lamarsh Ch. 2 Problem 12:
Refer to Section 2.4 of Lamarsh. Using Eq. (2.3), estimate the radius of the nucleus of 238U.
Roughly what fraction of the 238U atom is taken up by the nucleus

22: Some Mathematics Review
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept-Dec
2012 September
1
Table of Contents
n
Review Topics in Mathematics
n
n
n
n
n
Vectors, Matrices, Operators
Co-Ord

25: Source-Sink Problems in 1 Energy Group
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept-Dec
2012 September
1
Contents
n
Solving the 1-group diffusion equation in the
presence of external s

ENGR-2500U and PHY-2060U
B. Rouben
Assignment #8
Due Thursday 2012 November 29, 5:00 pm
Note: 5 problems, 10 marks per problem:
Total = 50 marks.
1. There is an infinite non-multiplying medium with diffusion length 5 cm and diffusion
coefficient 1 cm. In

ENGR-2500U and PHY-2060U
B. Rouben
Midterm Exam
Thursday 2012 October 25
10 problems, 70 marks total.
Notes:
2 hours, closed-book test, but 1 one-sided 8.5x11 crib sheet and 1 noncommunicating calculator allowed.
Data which you may need is given followi

24: Neutron Balance
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept-Dec
2012 Sept
1
Contents
n
n
n
The Neutron-Transport Equation
The Neutron-Diffusion Equation
Stages of practical neutronics

23: Current and Leakage
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept-Dec
2012 September
1
Table of Contents
n
We introduce the concept of neutron current
and determine how to calculate neu

5: Backgrounder on Atoms & Nuclei
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept.-Dec.
2012 Sept
1
The Atomic Theory
n
n
n
In the 19th century, studies showed that
elements always entered in

18: Concept of Flux
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept.-Dec.
2012 Sept
1
Contents
n
The concepts of angular flux and of total flux are
introduced.
2012 Sept
2
Neutron Angular Flu

17: Beams Upon Targets
B. Rouben
UOIT
ENGR-2500U / PHY-2060U
Introduction to Nuclear Physics/
Nuclear Physics and Relativity
2012 Sept.-Dec.
2012 Sept
1
Contents
n
This presentation will introduce the concepts of
cross sections and reaction rates.
2012 Se