Course Title: ME 547: Robotic Manipulators: Kinematics, Dynamics ...

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Nov 14, 2013 (3 years and 6 months ago)

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ENGINEERING
1233

MECHANICS OF
MATERIALS

I



Instructor:

Dr.
Wilson Wang

Office:


CB
-
4057

Phone:


766
-
7174

Email:


wilson.wang@lakeheadu.ca

Webpage:

http
://flash.lakeheadu.ca/~wwang3/
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Lectures
:

1:0
0
P
M


2
:
3
0
P
M,
Wednesday

& Friday
, RC
-
0005

Office hours:

1:30PM
-
3
:0
0
PM,
Monday

or by an appointment

Tutorial:

9
:30AM
-
10
:30
A
M,
Monday
,
RB
-
2044

Labs:


11:30AM
-
1:00PM, 1:00PM
-
2:30PM, Tuesday
,
CB
-
1038



8:30AM
-
10:00AM,
11:30AM
-
1:00PM, 2:30PM
-
4:00PM, Friday
,

CB
-
1038

Lab Instructor:
Stefanie Stangier, CB
-
1041, 343
-
8494


Text
Book:


Mechanics of Materials,
7
th Edition, R. C. Hibbeler, Prentice Hall, 2004.




Objective
:



The topics to be discussed in this course include: the
concepts of stress and strain
,

el
asticity
,
Poisson's ratio
,

axial loading and deformation
,

thermal stresses
,

statically
determinate and indeterminate problems
,

t
orsional stress and deformation
,

s
hear
forces and bending moments
,

moment of inertia
,

bending and shearing stresses.



Grading P
olicy:


Assignments: 1
5
%

Labs
:
15
%

Midterm Exam
:
2
5
%

Final Exam:
45
%









2

Student Learner Outcomes:


[S1:1] Demonstrate ability to determine stresses in prismatic members under simple loading
conditions (axial, shear, torsion, and bending) {a
-
S3}

[S1:2]
Demonstrate ability to determine strains in prismatic members under simple loading
conditions (axial, shear, torsion, and bending
-
including transverse shear) {a
-
S3}

[S1:3] Demonstrate ability to determine second moment of area, and radius of gyration of
si
mple and composite bodies {a
-
S3}

[S1:4] Analyze stresses, strains, and deflections in composite structures {a
-
E1}

[S1:5] Demonstrate ability to determine stresses, strains and deflections in statically
indeterminate scenarios {a
-
S3}

[S1:6] Use differential

relationships between loading, shear force, bending moment, slope,
and deflection in applied problems {a
-
S4}

[S1:7] Construct shear force and bending moment diagrams for beams with a variety of
loads and support conditions {a
-
S4}

[S1:8] Use an investigati
ve approach to analyze stress
-
strain curves for ductile metals and
examine various properties that can be determined from it and evaluate the results
experimentally by doing a tension test {c
-
S4}

[S1:9] Use an investigative approach to analyze failure in d
uctile and brittle materials in
general and conduct torsion tests to determine which results can be substantiated {c
-
S4}

[S1:10] Evaluate the simple bending theory experimentally in a laboratory setting {a
-
E1}


SLO#

GA#

Assessment

Threshold

S1:1

1


4

S1:
2

1


4

S1:3

1


4

S1:4

1


4

S1:5

1


4

S1:6

1


4

S1:7

1


4

1:8

3


4

S1:9

3


4

S1:10

3


4