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# Week 3 notes CIVILEN 3510

Aaron Bowshier
OSU
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CIVILEN 3510 - Civil Engineering Materials
Shive Chaturvedi

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Lecture Notes with stress v. strain and Young's Modulus
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CIVILEN 3510 - Civil Engineering Materials
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Shive Chaturvedi
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CE 451 CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS SHAN SOMAYAJI General Framework V Forces Loads and Stresses for Deformable Materials R n Input Forces Maternal espo se Specimen a 1 Laws of Rigid Body Mechanics Newton s First Law Every body continues In its state of rest or of uniform motion in a straight line unless it is acts on by a force Newton s Second Law Force mass acceleration Newton s Third Law For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction 2 Strain 939 can be defined as the ratio between the change in length e and the length over which the change is measured I called gage length Strain is a dimensionless quantity sometimes expressed as inchesinches or metermeter 3Deformation e39 e 1 e axial deformation Axialforce Deformed body Shear force 3 lltgtl l I quot fag T i 914Vquot 4 Mpr VI a CE 451 CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS SHAN SOMAYAJI 3 Stress Stress can be de ned as the measure of a force acting on a unit area of an Types 0 f S t res S imaginary section through a body Axial I Direct d k Compressive 39 I I 39 I 7 AXlal tensmn 39 Shear1ng v 39 Bending v4 Normal l Flexural a i tn Axial compression A AXIal Stresses Shear Stresses v Beam in bending l 7 Compression h 7 Tensmn Neutral Axis Compressive stress Compression Tension Tensile stress Bending Normal and Flexural stresses are produced by external forces that create a bending moment CE 451 CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS SHAN SOMAYAJI a Shear Deformation Change in length measured parallel to the direction or the shear forces b Shear Strain Shear deformation per unit length measured perpendicular to the direction of the shear force 4 Poisson s Ratio 5 Stiffness 6 Elasticity 7 Elastic Limit 8 Proportional Limit 9 Yielding Point 10 Ultimate Strength CE 451 CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS SHAN SOMAYAJI Ultimate H strength 39 Material 1 ductie E ieldpoim RK M PmF rLienal l r 1 limit HIEquot y limit r g Materials nonmetil I If p field retrengtih EEI EEE 4 Strain H Effect 11 Modulus of Elasticity Ratio of stress to strain below the proportional limit I I There are three moduli of elasticity which corresponds to three types of stresses I The modulus of elasticity in compression or tension is referred to as Young s Modulus CE 451 CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS SHAN SOMAYAJI Tangent at f gt r39 If f f I l I I ImtIal tangent zquot I z 1 for r I II Tangent modulus 7 I i f5 at I If X 3 I f I r I g I I Inltlal tangent modulus a I I X I f39 z I 7 f Secant modulus If I I 7 7 139 7 It I Stress e strain anagram I if r r I I If I I I Strain Figure 16 jMoclulus of elasticitm VI Ductile amp Brittle Materials Plasticity is the property of a material that enables it to retain permanent set or deformation without fracture Construction materials are divided into two classes 1 Plastic or ductile 2 Brittle

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