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member BC and the required diameter of the
pins at A and B given that the allowable normal
stress in BC is 3.0 ksi and the
Defects and Dislocations
Crystalline Material: atoms arranged in perfect order;
repetitive three-dimensional pattern
Such materials dont exist all contain number of defects
Defects effect material propertie
Think about various reasons due to which the device (or)
equipment may fail
Identify and understand the failure mechanism
Propose ways to prevent failure
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Statically Determinate Problems
Problems 1 & 2 are from Beer, Johnston, DeWolf and Mazurek, 7/e [scanned copies follow]
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Mechanical Properties of Metals
Structural organization of atoms and molecules govern the
properties of a material (e.g. soft and ductile vs. hard and
Mechanics of Materials
4 Problems on 4 Pages
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Homework 1: Review of Statics, Intro. to Stress
1. Bar AB is supported by a frictionless wheel
resting against a ramp at A and by a pin at B.
Two external loads are applied: a 390 lb point
EXAM REVIEW #1
The first exam, covering Chapters 1, 2 and 3 (plus necessary review material from statics as covered in class and on the
homework assignments), will be held on Tuesday, June 7 at the beginning of class. The exam will last for 1h
NOTE: Exam 1 is scheduled for Tuesday, June 7 at the beginning of class.
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point A, and an initial gap s exists between point B and the wall before load is applied.
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1.6 Bonding ofAtoms to Form Molecules, Liquids, or Solids