Basics of Solid Mechanics II

Course Name: Basics of Solid Mechanics Level II Course Code: AE20AM2003V0 Course Description: ·       Solid mechanics is the study of the deformation and motion of solid materials under the action of forces. ·       Flexural equations and its application for the solution for indeterminate beam problems. ·       Slope and deflection of standard and nonstandard beams using method of integration and moment […]

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Course Overview

Course Name: Basics of Solid Mechanics Level II

Course Code: AE20AM2003V0

Course Description:

·      
Solid mechanics is the study of
the deformation and motion of solid materials under the action of forces.

·      
Flexural equations and its
application for the solution for indeterminate beam problems.

·      
Slope and deflection of
standard and nonstandard beams using method of integration and moment area
method

·      
Shear force and bending moment
diagrams are analytical tools used in conjunction with structural analysis to
help perform structural design by determining the value of shear force and
bending moment at a given point of a structural element such as a beam

·      
These diagrams give
designer an overview of the result for the combination of different forces and
their likely implications on the structure, and its stability

·      
 It helps to decide the constructional
constraints, which should be taken care of while designing

·      
It helps to understand the
failure of a beam under combined loading, where we can see that, both bending moment
and shear force plays an important role in its failure as compared to tension
and compression alone

·      
Thus, it is important to find
out their variation along the length of the beam using shear force and
bending moment diagrams.

Course Overview

·      
Deflection and slope
determination using integration method and moment area method

·      
Advantages and limitations of
determinate and indeterminate beams

·      
Solution of determinate and
indeterminate beam problems

·      
Shear force and bending moment
calculations for simple and complex loading

·      
Application of shear force and
bending moment diagram as design aid

·       Effect of eccentric force on attached parts

·       Best practices in SF and BM estimation

·      
Determination
of point of contraflexure and location of maximum shear force

Course Structure:

1.      
Bending and deflection
of beams

·      
Lesson 1: Bending and
deflection of determinate beams

·      
Lesson 2: Bending and
deflection of Indeterminate beams

 

2.      
SFD and BMD diagrams

·      
Lesson 1: Shear force and bending
moment – introduction

·      
Lesson 2: Simple examples SFD
and BMD

·      
Lesson 3: Advance examples SFD
and BMD

Pre-requisite:   Mechanical/Aeronautical/Automobile Engineer

Training Method: Instruction based.

Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

Downloadable Exercises: NA

Recommended Practice Hours: NA

 

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