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Course name: MCE 205 Strength of

Materials

Department: Mechanical
Engineering

Recitation/
(Etud)

Lab

3
Credit
(ECTS)

Methods of Education
Lecture

Semester

Project/Field
Study

Homework

30

48

Other

Total
6

Language
Compulsory/Elective
Prerequisites

42
60
English
Compulsory
None

Course Contents

Stress, Strain , Mechanical properties of materials, Axial load, Torsion, Bending.

Course Objectives

Learning Outcomes and


Competences

180

The objective of this course is to gain a working knowledge and understanding of the
fundamentals of mechanics of materials, and to apply this knowledge to the design or
analysis of simple elastic mechanical members or structures of an engineering nature.
Successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
1. Analyze the stresses and strains in load carrying members due to direct axial tensile
and compressive forces.
2. Determine the torsional shear stress and deformation.
3. Compute the stresses due to bending in beams.
4. Calculate the deflection of beams due to a variety of loading and support conditions
using double integration, moment area and super position method.
5. Analyze stresses in beams under combined axial and flexure loads, eccentric loads
and unsymmetrical bending.
6. Analyze stresses in two dimensions and understand the concepts of principal stresses
and the use of Mohr circles to solve dimensional stress problems.
7. Understand the difference between statically determinate and indeterminate
problems.
8. Compute thermal stresses and deformation.
9. Compute the stress in thin-walled pressure vessels due to internal pressure.
10. Understand the Mohrs circle and failure criteria.
11. Comprehend the strain energy and related concepts.

Textbook and /or


References

1. Hibbeler, R. C., Mechanics of Materials, 9th ed., Prentice Hall, Pearson, 2013.
2. Beer, Ferdinand P., Johnston, E. Russell Jr, DeWolf, John T., Mazurek, David F.,
Mechanics of Materials, 6th ed. in SI Units , McGrawHill.

Assessment Criteria

Midterm Exams
Quizzes
Homeworks
Projects
Term Paper
Laboratory work
Other
Final Exam

If any, mark as (X)


X

Percentage (%)
30

20

50

Week
1
2

Course Plan

Instructors

Topic
Concept of stress.
Concept of strain, stress-strain diagrams, Hooke's Law.
Statically indeterminate problems, problems involving temperature
3
changes.
4
Generalized Hooke's Law, Stress concentrations.
5
Torsion, stresses in a circular shaft, angle of twist.
6
Statically indeterminate shafts, torsion of noncircular shaft.
7
Midterm
8
Pure bending, stresses and deformations in the elastic range.
9
Internal force diagrams.
10
Unsymmetrical bending.
11
Determination of shearing stresses in a beam.
12
Transformation of stress and strain.
13
Deflection of beams, indeterminate problems in bending.
Buckling, design of compression members under centric and concentric
14
loads.
Prof. Dr. Osman YT