Instructor: DR. ENG. Khaled Farouk Omar El-Kashif

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CE203: Mechanics of Materials


Instructor: D
R. ENG. Khaled Farouk Omar El
-
Kashif


Mechanics of Material 2010
-
2011 Second Semester



CE 203 Mechanics of Materials


Study of the mechanical behavior of solid bodies (Rods, shafts, beams, etc.) under various
t
ypes of loading. Mechanical and thermal stresses and strains; Stress
-
strain relations; Axial
deformation; Statically indeterminate bars and rods; Shear and bending moments in beams;
Stresses in beams; Torsion of shafts and thin walled tubes; Combined loadi
ngs; Analysis of
plane stress and plane strain; Thin walled vessels
.


Number of Credit:

3



Prerequisites by Course:

CE 201 Statics


Prerequisites by Topic


1
-

Statics of particles and rigid bodies
.

2
-

E
quilibrium principles
.

3
-

M
oment of inertia and be
ams


Textbook(s)/ Required Materials




Mechanics of Materials, R.C. Hibbeler, SI edition, Prentice Hall
.


Course Topics


1
-

Stress and strains in solid bodies
.

2
-

Axial deformation and statically indeterminate members
.

3
-

Generalized Hook's law
.

4
-

Thermal
stress
-
strain relations
.

5
-

Torsion of shafts and statically indeterminate shafts
.

6
-

Relations between transverse load, shearing force and bending moment
.

7
-

Pure bending of prismatic beams
.

8
-

Transverse shearing stress in beams
.

9
-

Combined loadings and

thin walled vessels
.

10
-

Analysis of plane stress
.

11
-

Analysis of plane strain
.


Laboratory Projects
:

None







Course Objectives




To develop an understanding of the relationship between external loads applied to a
deformable body and the internal s
tress, strain and de
formation induced in the body.



To show proficiency in mathematics and basic sciences required to solve structural
engineering and mechanics problem.



To develop analytical and graphical problem solving skills.



Course Outcomes
:

Upon su
ccessful completion of the course, students will be able to



C
alculate and understand the
concepts of stress and strain.



C
alculate, describe, and estimate external loadings, including axial load, shear force,
bending, and torsion, and the resulting deformat
ions and internal stresses associated

with these external loadings.



C
alculate and describe the internal stresses and deformations that result i
n combined
loading conditions.



C
alculate internal stresses and strains through the application of stress transfor
matio
n
equations and Mohr’s circle.



Design components to meet desired needs in terms

of strength and deformation.




Class/Laboratory Schedule
:


T
wo
50 minutes lectures and one 50
-
minute recitation per week


Computer usage
:


Students are encouraged to prac
tice problems which are given in the text and which require
the use of computer basic skills
.



Assessment Tools
:


Class Work [Attendance & Participation; Quizzes; Home
-
works]

20
%

Two Major Exams






40
%

Final



4
0
%




Policies of running the course during the term
:



Lectures will be given in power point presentations. Lecture
notes w
ill be available on the
web
with enough material to cover the topics that will be given during that week. At the end
of the week the lectures will be removed and substituted for other three new lectures and so
on
.


Students are strongly advised to v
isit the web page and have these lectures available with
them in class
.






Remarks



1.

Homework assignments/solutions are distributed and collected every Week. It is
expected that each student will exert enough effort to prepare his assignment
independentl
y and submit the solutions in suitable Engineering Format with a cover
-
page that include adequate details about the assignment.


2.

It is essential that students read text
-
book covered material regularly and solve as
many problems from text book as possible a
nd to seek faculty assistance as need
arise.


3.

All submitted home

works must represent the students’ own, and individual, effort.

Plagiarism will not be tolerated, as per KFUPM policies.


4.

The University regulations regarding excessive absences will be stric
tly adhered to in


this course. See the Undergraduate Bulletin for details.



CE203: Mechanics of Materials

Detailed
C
ourse
P
rogress
S
heet


Text Book:
Mechanics of Materials
,
SI
8
th

edition
, International
edition, by: R.C.Hibbeler

Lect.

Subject

(section in text book)

Section(s)

1

Introduction to Mechanics & Definitions of Stress in Deformable
Bodies

1.1, 1.2

2

Normal Stress

1.3 (partial)

3

Average Normal Stress

1.4

4

Average Normal Stress (cont'd); Shear Stress

1.4; 1.5

5

Shear Stress (co
nt'd)

1.5

6

Factor of Safety; Bearing Stress; Structural
Design

1.6, 1.7

7

Definition of Strain, Stress
-
Strain Diagrams

2.1,2.2,3.1,3.2

8

Hooke’s Law; Material Behavior; Poisson’s Ratio

3.3, 3.4, 3.6

9

Deformation of Axially Loaded Members

4.1


4.3

10

Statically Indeterminate Problems; Design Applications

4.4, 4.5

11

Thermal Stresses and Thermal Strain

4.6

12

Thermal Stress (cont'd)

4.6

13

Stress Concentrations and applications

4.7

14

Stress Components Under General Loading

1.3 (partial);

10.6

1
5

Generalized Hooke’s Law

10.6


First Major Examination


16

Generalized Hooke’s Law (cont'd); Applications

10.6

17

Circular Shafts (Deformation & Torsion Formula)

5.1, 5.2

18

Transmission Shafts and Gears

5.3

19

Transmission Shafts and Gea
rs (cont'd)

5.3; 5.4

20

Angle of Twist

5.4

21

Statically Indeterminate Shafts

5.5

22

Torsion of Solid Non
-
Circular Sections

5.6 & handouts

23

Twisting of Thin
-
Walled Closed Sections (TWCS)

5.7

24

Twisting of TWCS
.
(cont'd);
Design
Applications

5.
7; 11.4

25

Shear & Bending Moment Diagrams

Method of Summations

6.1, 6.2

26

Shear & Bending Moment Diagrams

Method of Summations

6.2

(cont'd)

27

Shear & Bending Moment Diagrams

Method of Summations

6.2

(cont'd)

28

B ending Stresses in Straight Beams


6.3

29

The Flexure Formula

6.4

30

The Flexure Formula (cont'd)

6.4

(cont'd)


Second

Major Examination


31

Shear in Straight Beams, Shear Formula

7.1, 7.2

32

Shear Stress in Beams

7.3

33

Shear Flow in Beams; Design of Beams; Applications

7.4;
11.1; 11.2

34

Thin
-
Walled Pressure Vessels & Compound Stresses

8.1; 8.2

35

Compound Normal Stress

8.2

(cont'd)

36

Compound Shear Stress

8.2

(cont'd)

37

Compound Normal/Shear Stress

8.2

(cont'd)

38

Transformation of Plane Stress & Principal Stresse
s

9.1
-
9.3

39

Mohr’s Circle
(Plane Stress)

9.4

40

Mohr’s Circle (cont'd); Design Applications

9.4

(cont'd)
; 9.5
-

9.7

41

Beam Bending Deflection; Moment

Curvature Equation

12.1, 12.2

42

Moment


Curvature Equation & Singularity Functions

12.2

(cont'd
)

; 12.3

43

Beam Bending Deflections by Singularity Functions

12.3 (cont'd)

44

Analysis of Beams' Indeterminate Problems

12.6

45

Analysis & Design Applications for Beams

12.
6

(cont'd)
; 11.2




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