CVL 420: Course Outline
Winter 2012
Week 1: Lecture No. 1
Instructor:
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
CVL 420 - STRENGTH OF MATERIALS II
INFORMATION AND COURSE OUTLINE
Dr. K. M. Anwar Hossain, P.Eng.
Office: MON 217, Monetary Times Building
Phone: (416) 9
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 10
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
COLUMNS
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain, PEng
Columns
Columns are straight, prismatic bars
subjected to compressive, axial loads
Columns can be classified as short
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 4
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
Introduction
(Beam subjected to Flexural loading)
Internal forces and stress
Concept quiz
Bending moment, shear force and flexural stress
Bending moment and
Tc
=
J
=
J=
TL
GJ
=
n
c 4
2
G J
Ti Li
i =1
i
i
Stress Concentration
Tc
max = K
J
T
r
=
2 At
EI
3
dv
= V ( x)
dx 3
d 4v
EI
= w( x )
dx 4
n 2 2 EI
n 2 2 EAr 2
=
L' 2
L '2
L' = kL
P M x xZ M z z X
A
I x x
Izz
r=
P
2E
cr = cr =
A ( L' / r ) 2
Shearing Str
CVL 420: Winter 2012
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
Sections to be covered in the final exam: Winter 2012
Examples and Problems for Review
Chapter 6: Torsion:
Section: 6-7 (Example problems: 6-8, 6-9; Problems: 6-49 to 6-61; 6-62
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 8
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
Beam Deflection due to Flexural Loading
Method of Integration
Concept Quiz
Problem solving
Assignment and tutorial problem Information
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 9
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
Beam Deflection due to Flexural
Loading
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain, PEng
Beam deflection
The deflection of beam depends on:
Stiffness of the materials
Dimensio
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 7
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
Flexural stress in composite beams
Compound Stress
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain, PEng
K.M. Anwar Hossain, PhD, PEng
Flexural stresses in beams with
composite mater
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 6
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
Shear centre
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain, PEng
K.M. Anwar Hossain, PhD, PEng
Shear stress in thin-walled open sectionShear Centre
Elastic flexure
formula is base
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 5
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
Beam subjected to Flexural loading
Flexural stress
Bending moment/shear force diagrams/ Bending stress
Critical Thinking
Problem solving on the board
Assignm
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 5-6
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
Shear stress
Review of previous class
Derivation of shear stress formula
Steps to calculate shear stress
Shear stress distribution across the beam cross-se
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 3
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
TORSION
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain, PEng
K.M. Anwar Hossain, PhD, PEng;
Ryerson University
The Torsion Formula and Angle of
Twist
p =
T
J
TL
=
GJ
c =
Tc
J
TL
=
Lecture No. 1
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
CVL 420 - STRENGTH OF MATERIALS II
Torsional Loading
CVL 420
Dr. Hossain, PEng.
RYERSON
Torsional Loading
Air
Aggregates
Aggregates
(60-80%)
Torsional loading applied by a motor
through the shaft AB to a devic
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 2
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
TORSION
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain, PEng
The Torsion Formula and Angle of Twist
p =
T
J
TL
=
GJ
K.M. Anwar Hossain, PhD, PEng;
Ryerson University
c =
Tc
J
TL
=
Ryerson University
Civil Engineering Department
Lecture: Week 11
CVL 420: Strength of Materials II
COLUMNS
Dr. K.M. Anwar Hossain, PEng
K.M. Anwar Hossain, PhD, PEng
Empirical Column Formulas-Centric Loading
Formulas Usefulness of Euler
Formula
Not appli