1.3. Module/ course form

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1.3.
Module/
course

form


To be completed by Course Team

Module name

:

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

Module code
:

Course name
:

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

Course code
:

Faculty
:

INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Field of study
:

CIVIL BUILDING

Mode of study
:


Learning profile
:


Speciality
:


Year
/ semest
e
r:

Module/ course status
:


Module/ course

language
:

ENGLISH

Type of
classes

lecture

lessons

lab

project

tutorial

other
(please
specify)

Course load

30

15






Module/ course
coordinator


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s
tress
es

and strain
s (axial tension and compression, bending, torsion),

define
s
tability of beams

and limit load
-
carrying capacity of a cross
-
section
s.

Entry requirements


No requirements




LEARNING OUTCOME

Nr

LEARNING OUTCOME DESCRIPTION

Learning
outcome
reference

0
1

Basic knowledge of
statistically determinate planar
structures.

K_W04

0
2

Is able to
determine of internal forces diagrams in planar structures.

K_U02

0
3

Is able to
draw
influence lines to analyse the extreme loading conditions

K_U02

0
4

Is able to describe

stress and strain in: axial tension and
compression,
bending, and torsion of rods and beams, define s
tability of beams and limit
load
-
carrying capacity of a cross
-
sections.

K_U01




CURRICULUM
CONTENTS

Lecture


Structural analysis
(
statistically determinate planar structures
)
:

i
nternal forces
, d
ifferential

2

equations of equilibrium
, d
etermination of reactions and internal forces in beams, frames, three
-
hinged systems, trusses and complex systems
, i
nfluence lines of reactions and internal forces for
beams, frames and trusses
, e
xtreme loading.

S
trength of materials:

definitions

of s
tress and strain; plane stress and plane strain
,
Hooke’s law
(constitutive relations)
, a
xial tension
and
compression)
,

u
niaxial and biaxial

bending
, b
ending
with tension/compression
, f
ree torsion
of rods
,

s
hear
stresses at bending
, j
oints
of structural
elements; c
ompound and multiple beams
,

c
omposite beams
(
tension/compression, bending
),

d
eflection line
of a beam

(
Euler’s equation
),

s
tability of beams
,

s
trength criteria, equivalent
stresses
,

l
imit load
-
carrying c
apacity of a cross
-
section (axial tension/compression, bending,
tension/compression with bending).



Tutorial


Solving problem related to: structural analysis and
strength of materials
.





Basic literature

1.

Hibbeler R.C. Mechanics of materials.
Printice Hall 1997.

2.

Hibbeler R.C. Structural analysis. Printice Hall 1995.


Additional literature


1.

Carpinteri A. Structural mechanics. A unified approach.
E &
FN Spon 1997

2.

Callister W.D. Materials science and engineering. John
Wiley&Sons 2000

3.

Meriam

J.L., Kraige, L.G., Engineering Mechanics. Statics. John
Wiley & Sons 1998




Teaching methods


Lecture, discussion

Assessment method

Learning outcome
number


Written exam

01,02,03,04

Form and terms of
an
exam

Written exam


STUDENT WORKLOAD



Number

of hours


Participation
in lectures

30

Independent study of lecture topics

35

Participation in tutorials
, lab
s
,
projects and
seminar
s

15

Independent preparation for tutorials
*

15

Preparation of projects/essays/etc
.

*


Preparation/ independent study

for exams

30

Participation
during consul
tation hours

2

Other


TOTAL student workload in hours

127

Number of ECTS credit per course

unit

5

Number of ECTS credit associated with
practical classes


1,2


3

Number of ECTS for classes that require
direct
participation of professors


1,5