University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
MECE 2420U Solid Mechanics
Homework #2
Assignment Date: Jan 25
Assignment Due Date & Time: Jan 30 at noon
Problem 1
Homework#2 - Winter 2014
Page 1 of 2
Problem 2
Hom

SOLID MECHANICS
MECE-2420U
LAB 3
CRN: 73279
SECTION: 06
Monday, March 3, 2014
Student Name
Syed Mohammad
Aymen Merchant
Daniel Santram
Joshua Kuzminzki
Student ID
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab is to apply axial pulling force on a specimen and frac

University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
MECE 2420U Solid Mechanics
Laboratory Manual
LAB 1: SHEAR FORCE EXPERIMENT
Winter 2014
Page 1 of 6
Lab Objectives
In this module, you will set up and perform Shear Fo

SOLID MECHANICS
MECE-2420U
LAB 1
CRN: 73279
SECTION: 06
Thursday, January 28th, 2014
Student Name
Syed Mohammad
Aymen Merchant
Daniel Santram
Joshua Kuzminzki
Student ID
Abstract:
The purpose of this experiment was to measure different variations of shear

University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
MECE 2420U Solid Mechanics
Laboratory Manual
LAB 2: BENDING EXPERIMENT
Winter 2014
Page 1 of 8
Lab Objectives
In this experiment the concept of bending moment and its

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
LABORATORY REPORT
ENGR 2420U: Solid Mechanics
Instructor:
Dr. Ali Keshavarz
LAB REPORT #
5
Group
Aymen Merchant
100503735
Syed Mohammad
100506689
Daniel Santram
100486846
Joshua Kuzminski
100486003
Introduction &

University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
MECE 2420U Solid Mechanics
Laboratory Manual
LAB 4: TORSION TESTING EXPERIMENT
Winter 2014
Page 1 of 10
Lab Objectives
The objective of this laboratory exercise is to

Mechanical Properties of
Materials
Chapter 3
Typical Stress-Strain Diagram (mild Steel)
P
A0
;
L
L
or
L
Large
Strain
(plastic)
Cup and Cone failure surface
These gages are only good for
relatively small amounts of strain
(cannot determine full range )
c

Chapter Objectives
Navigate between rectilinear co-ordinate systems for strain
components (transformation angles)
Determine principal strains and maximum in-plane shear strain
Determine the absolute maximum shear strain in 2D and 3D cases
Know way of meas

Torsion
(when shafts twist)
Chapter 5
Determine the shear stresses in a circular shaft due to torsion
Determine the angle of twist
Analyze statically indeterminate torque-loaded members
Look at stress concentration factors
Motor power transmission
TORSION

Bending of Beams
Chapter 6
Determine the internal moment at a section of a beam
Determine the stress in a beam member caused by bending
Determine maximum stresses in beams due to stress
concentrations
Determine the moment resistance of a beam in plastic
b

Transverse Shear in a Beam
Chapter 7
(up to section 7.3)
Determine shear stress in a prismatic beam
Determine the shear flow in a built-up beam
SHEAR IN A STRAIGHT BEAM
Transverse shear stress always has its associated longitudinal
shear stress acting a

Axial Loads
Chapter 4
Question: What is Saint Venants principle?
?
The principle of superposition is valid provided that
A.
B.
C.
D.
ANS:
a)
b)
c)
d)
The loading is linearly related to the stress or displacement
The loading does not significantly change t

Homework Assignment #1
MECE 2420U, Solid Mechanics
Winter 2015
Dr. Greg Rohrauer
Due Date: Monday, Jan 26th 5:00 PM
(Assignment drop box # 7)
Solve the following problems from your textbook, Hibbeler 9th edition:
Stress:
1.13 & 1.14
1.22 & 1.23. For this

Chapter Objectives
Determine stresses developed in thin-walled pressure
vessels
Determine stresses developed in a members cross
section when axial load, torsion, bending and shear
occur simultaneously.
THIN-WALLED PRESSURE VESSELS
Assumptions:
1. Inner-ra

2420U, Assignment #6 Solutions
It would be worse for the glue if the angle were at 45 degrees because the stress level in shear would
increase to 54.88 MPa.

Chapter Objectives
Navigate between rectilinear co-ordinate systems for
stress components
Determine principal stresses and maximum in-plane
shear stress
Determine the absolute maximum shear stress in 2D
Look at the 3D case for plain stress (z = 0)
APP

Solutions, Assignment #1 (2420U)
Punching force is the vertical component on the pin. (assume puch slides without friction through the
frame).
Area in shear in the sheet to be punched is Pi*D*t.
V
1489.56
N V
; 200
2
Dt
22t
mm A
Solve for t,. Ans t =

Homework Assignment #7
MECE 2420U, Solid Mechanics
Winter 2015
Dr. Greg Rohrauer
Due Date: Thursday April 2, 9:00 AM , (Assignment drop box # 7)
Solve the following problems from your textbook, Hibbeler 9th edition: Chapter 10
_
10.9
10.26
10.36
10.38 Als

Solid Mechanics
MECE 2420U
(Mechanics of Materials)
Pre-requisite: Statics
Dr. Greg Rohrauer
Office: ACE 4025
Textbook: Hibbeler, 9th edition (Pearson)
The basis of all Solid Mechanics is
STATICS !
By the end of this course students should have acquired t

Homework Assignment #5
MECE 2420U, Solid Mechanics
Winter 2015
Dr. Greg Rohrauer
Due Date: Thursday March 13, 5:00 PM , (Assignment drop box # 7)
Solve the following problems from your textbook, Hibbeler 9th edition: Chapter 7
_
7.10
7.15
7.16
7.23
7.44
S

Homework Assignment #3
MECE 2420U, Solid Mechanics
Winter 2015
Dr. Greg Rohrauer
Due Date: Friday Feb 13, 5:00 PM , (Assignment drop box # 7)
Solve the following problems from your textbook, Hibbeler 9th edition: Chapter 4 (Axial Loads)
Study up to Chapte