Purdue University Calumet School of Technology Course Syllabus CET 26000 - Strength of Materials

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Purdue University Calumet

School of Technology

Course Syllabus


CET 26000
-

Strength of Materials


Credits and Contact Hours:

3 credit hours,
3 contact hours




Instructor’s or Course Coordinator’s Name:

Jose Pena


Text Book, Title, Author and Year:

Title:
Statics & Strengths of Materials
, 7 edition; 2011.

Author: Morrow

Introduction to the Course:

a.

Catalog Description

Study of stress
-
strain relationships, shear and bending moment diagrams, stresses and
deflections of beam, axial loads, and combi
ned stresses. Applied problems in the field of
structural design.

b.

Prerequisites
: CET 16000 Co
-
Requisite: MA 22100

c.

Required Course



Specific Goals to the Course:

a. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:




Demon
strate an understanding of the basic principles of Strength of Materials and

describe its function in the field.



Apply previous analytical skills from mathematics and MET prerequisite courses to new
areas

of application. Therefore, demonstrate profici
ency in performing strength of
materials calculations, regarding Section Property Information, including Centroids,
center of gravity, moments of inertia of composite areas, radius of gyration and polar
moments of inertia.



Demonstrate the ability to solv
e problems related to Strength of Materials in an accurate,

organized and neat manner.



Demonstrate proficiency in performing Strength of Materials calculations, regarding
section properties, stress
-
strain relationships, and Mechanical Properties of Mate
rials.



Understand and be able to solve problems related to "Torsion", "Bending", "Transverse
Shear", and "Combined Loading".



Show understanding of "Stress and Strain Transformation" and be able to perform basic

beam design.



Demonstrate proficiency i
n determination of Combined Stresses, including eccentrically

loaded

members.



Exhibit competence in Analysis and Design of columns. (Time permitting)


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CET 26000


b. Student Outcomes

This
course satisfies ABET Criteria
a, b, d, e, f, h, i,
and k.


Course Delivery Methods (check all that apply):


X

Lecture


□ Laboratory


□ Online


□ Discussion groups


X

Projects


□ Other (explain)


Factors Used to Determine the Course Grade (check all that apply):


X

Quizzes


qui
zzes/computer assignment/project


15%


X

Exams


60%; final exam


25%


X

Homework


20%


X

Papers


□ Lab Reports


□ Class participation


X

How final grade is determined


drop the lowest test grade or HW grade
-
20%


Brief List of Topics to be Covered:


Center of Gravity and Centroid

Moment of Inertia

Internal Reactions: Stress for Axial Loads

Axial Strain

Exam 1

Shear Stresses and Strains


Torsion

Shear Forces and Bending Moments

Bending and Shear Stresses in Beams

E
xam 2

Deflection of Beams

Combined Stresses

Combined Stresses


Mohr’s Circle

Buckling of Columns

Exam 3

Structural Connections (Time allowing)











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