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MECH 3020 ---- Mechanics of Solid II (Fall 2012-2013)

Course Description: Bi-axial stress state and failure criteria; thick-walled cylinders and spinning disks; bending of plates; elastic foundations; unsymmetric bending and torsion; curved beams; frame analysis; energy methods; plastic collapse and limit analysis.

Prerequisites:

MECH 101

Course Website:

http://www.me.ust.hk/~meqpsun

Textbook:

Robert D. Cook and Warren C. Young Advanced Mechanics of Materials. Macmillan Publishing Company, 1998

Instructor:

Prof. Qing-Ping SUN Office: Room 2556; Tel: 2358 8655; Email: meqpsun@ust.hk

TA:

XIA Minglu Office: Room 2125A; Tel: 2358 7199 E-mail: mxiaaa@ust.hk

LI Qi Office: Room 2209E; Tel: 2358 8811 E-mail: qliab@ust.hk

Homework assignment:

Grading Policy:

Homework

30%

Mid-exam

30%

Final-exam

40%

Supplementary Text:

Laboratory Work:

A. P. Boresi, R. J. Schmidt and O. M. Sidebottom, Advanced Mechanics of Materials, 5/E, John Wiley & Sons, 1993.

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Lecture Contents:

1.

Stress, strain, energy and failure (1.5 week) Bi-axial stress state, stress-strain-temperature relations, strain energy Failure and failure criteria (theory of failure) Stress concentration, fatigue and fracture

2.

Thick-walled cylinders and spinning disks (2 weeks) Thick-walled cylinders under pressure Spinning disks of constant thickness Spinning disks of variable thickness Thermal stresses in cylinders and disks

3.

Bending of plates (1.5 week) Governing equation of bending and solution Solution of superposition

4.

Elastic foundations (2 weeks) Foundation models Equation of beam on elastic foundation Infinite and semi-infinite beam with concentrated load Beam with distributed load Contact stress ------------------- mid-term exam

5.

Unsymmetric bending and torsion (1.5 weeks) Unsymmetric bending of straight beams Shear stress, shear flow and shear center Shear center in open and closed sections

6.

Curved beams and frame analysis(l.5 weeks) Stress in the curved beams Shear and bending moment diagram, Stress in frame

7.

Plastic collapse and limit analysis (1.5 week) Ductility and bars with axial loading Plastic bending and plastic hinges Collapse loads in beams and limit analysis

8. Energy Methods (2 week) Strain energy and its expression Principle of stationary potential energy Several degrees of freedom, Castigliano's first theorem Principle of stationary complementary energy Castigliano's second theorem

------------------- Final Exam