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First, a review of ideas from COE 2001 (the prerequisite for this class). Next, we define some basic terms such as stress and strain and how to calculate them.
Review of how to find internal force from last week. Then, we talk about the effects of thermal stress followed by torsion forces on systems.
Starting with a review about torsion, we move into talking about the three cases for calculating torque: constant body with constant torque, changing body with constant torque, and changing body with changing torque. We end with several examples.
We work through several examples of torsion problems and begin chapter 4: the shear forces and bending moments of several different beam systems.
A study Guide for chapters 1, 2, 3, and the beginning of 4 to review for the first deformable bodies test.
We review the sign conventions for shear forces and bending moments and move into shear force loads over sections of the bar.
We talk about how to find internal stresses and strains on bars that are "infinitely" long. We start with continuous stress, change to point stress, and finish with a point moment that is the force applied to the bar.
It begins with deflections on beams. It then moves on to talk about how to find the moments about the center of an object (and how to find the center). We also go over the parallel axis theorem.
We figure out how to find internal bending moments for non-uniform bending
Review for Test 2 (Chapter 12: Moments, and Chapters 5 and 6: Stresses in Beams)
We review how to find the maximum stress in beams then begin to work through several examples. We then begin chapter 6 (composite beams). We find out how to find stress and strain in composite beams and work through a few more examples.
Review for test 2. Please see study guide 2 for a more detailed review.
We figure out how to find the internal stress of unsymmetric beams under pure bending.
We figure out how to find I_yz and look at rotating the x and y axis on a beam. We then begin chapter 9 (deflection). We also work through several examples.
We look at deflection curves and figure out how to solve for displacement in a beam (and statically indeterminate beams). We then begin to learn about plane stress.
We look at chapter 7 (Plane Stress) and special cases. We then work through an example. We end looking at plane strain and converting from stress to strain.
A study guide for the final exam.