TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY

Mechanics

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TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY, AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR ENGR

510
0
-
80

APPLIED STRESS ANALYSIS

SEMESTER:
Fall

200
9

INSTRUCTOR:
Dr. H
urang Hu

A. CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

E
N
G
R 510
0
:
Concepts of stress and strain; stress and strain transformations;
g
eneralized Hooke’s
law;
m
aterial behavior and failure; energy methods; elastic
-
plastic bending;

curved beams; thin
walled cylinders and disks; thick
-
walled cylinders; compound cylin
ders; rotating disks of constant
thickness; thermal stresses in thin disks; thermal stress in long circular cylinders; and introduction
to experimental stress analysis.
Prerequisite CVEN 3120

B. COURSE OBJECTIVES:

This course is to provide a solid fou
ndation
and the solution techniques for the student

in
advanced mechanics of materials. The course is to emphasize

the basic concepts and
fundamental principles, and the problem
-
solving skills in the area.

It covers
the topics from
stress and strain trans
formations, generalized Hooke’s law, material behavior and failure, energy
methods, elastic
-
plastic bending, to thin/thick walled cylinders and disks, thermal stresses in thin
disks, thermal stress in long circular cylinders,
etc.

C. COMPETENCY:

After successful completion, students are expected to be proficient in the following areas:

1.

Extended concepts and procedures in mechanics of materials

2.

Transformation of stresses and strains

3.

Applications of energy method in solving mechanics of material
problems

4.

Fundamentals of the theory of elasticity

5.

Failure analysis

6.

Application of bending theory in design of beams

7.

Design of pressurized cylinders spinning disks under mechanical and thermal loads.

8.

Fundamentals on experimental stress analysis.

D. SE
SSIONS
, DATES,
AND TOPICS

1

9
/
4

Analysis of Stress

2

9
/
11

Analysis of Strain

3

9
/
18

Generalized Hooke’s law

4

9
/
25

Material Behavior and Failure

5

10
/
2

Energy Method

6

10
/
9

Elastic
-
Plastic Bending

8

10
/
16

C
urved Beams

9

10
/
23

Thin Walled Cylinders and Disks

10

10/3
0

Thick
-
Walled Cylinders; Compound Cylinders

11

11/6

Rotating Disks of Constant Thickness

12

11/1
3

Thermal Stresses In Thin Disks

13

11
/
20

Thermal Stress In Long Circular Cylinder
s

14

12
/
4

Introduction t
o Experimental Stress Analysis

E.

GENERAL INF
ORMATION:

Class Session:
Day/Time:

Friday 5:00
-
8
:00

pm
; Classroom: ET 1
0
2
.

Text:

Cook, Ro
bert D., and Young Warren C., "
vanced Mechanics of Materials,"

2
nd

Edition, Prentice Hall, 1999.

References:

1.
Boresi, A. P. and Sidebottom, O. M. "Advanced Mechanics of Materials," 4
th

Edition,
John Wiley & Sons, 1985.

2. Ugural, A. C. and Fenster, S. K., "Advanced Strength and Applied Elasticity,"
3
rd

Editio
n, Elsevier Publishing Co., 1995.

3
.

Popov, E. P., " Engineering Mechanics of Solids," 2
nd

Edition, Prentice Hall, 1999

4
.

Fung, Y.C., "First Course in Continuum Mechanics," 3
rd

Edition, Prentice Hall, 1994

5
.

of Materials," Prentice Hall, 1999

6
.

Budynas, R., "Advanced Mechanics of Materials, "McGraw
-
Hill, 1999

3.

ASSIGNMENTS:

Reading assignments and homework will be given covering the lecture material. After
completing each topic, students are required to co
mplete all homework assignments.

4.

EVALUATION:

Evaluation will be based on

homework

and examinations. No make
-
up test will be given
unless the student has explained her/his absence before the test and obtained permission.

a. Homework

4
0%

c. Take Home Exam I

3
0%

d.

Take Home Exam II

3
0%

100%

A = 90
-

100

B = 80
-

89

C = 70
-

79

D = 60
-

69

F = 0
-

59

F.

INSTRUCTOR'S INFORMATION
:

OFFICE:
Room ET 1
38
E

OFFICE PHONE:

963
-
5390

E
-
mail:
hhu@tnstate.edu

OFFICE HOURS

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

8:00
-
11
:00

am

2:00
-
3:00 pm

8:00
-
11
:00

am

8:00
-
11
:00

am

2:00
-
3:00 pm

8:00
-
11
:00

a
m

8
:00
-
11:00

am

2:00
-
3:00 pm