TAM 451: Intermediate Solid Mechanics - Fall 2016
Section C, MW 10-11:50am, 143 Altgeld
Instructor: Prof. Harley T. Johnson, 362B MEB, 265-5468, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Suggested Reference: A. F. Bower, Applied Mechanics of Solids, Taylor
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TAM451 Homework #1
Due Wednesday, September 5th
1. Two vectors are given with respect to a particular Cartesian basis by
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a. Determine the components of a unit vector in the direction of u.
b. Determine the angle between u and v.
TAM451 Homework #2
Due Wednesday, September 19th
1. A slendar bar of material of length 2l (like a propeller) is made to spin at a constant
angular velocity about an axis perpendicular to the bar at its midpoint. The mass
density of the material is . In a
TAM451 Homework #4
Due Wednesday, October 22nd
1. A square plate contains a hole of radius a. The length of the plate edges is very large
compared to a. Two opposite edges of the plate are subjected to uniform tensile
stress T. The Airy stress function fo
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