You are on page 1of 7

Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code MEC204 Course Category Course Title ADVANCED MECHANICS OF SOLIDS Courses with Numerical focus Course Planner 13412::Aditya Veer Gautam Lectures 4.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 1.0 0.0 5.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title Engineering Mechanics of solids Reference Books Sr No R-1 R-2 R-3 R-4 R-5 Title Mechanics of Materials Mechanics of solids Advanced Mechanics of Materials Advanced Mechanics of Materials Advanced Mechanics of Solid Author R.C. Hibbeler Beer & Johnson Boresi, A.P., and Sidebottom O.M Srinath, L.S Otto T Bruhns Edition 8th 6th 5th 3rd 1st 2008 2012 Year Publisher Name Prentice Hall Tata McGraw Hill John Wiley & Sons Tata McGraw Hill Springer Author E.P. Popov Edition 2nd Year Publisher Name Pearson

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over 7 6 2

Detailed Plan For Lectures


Week Number Lecture Number Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books Other Readings, Lecture Description Relevant Websites, Audio Visual Aids, software and Virtual Labs Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. Planned Image

Week 1

Lecture 1

Torsion(Review of Basics)

T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.16.2 &amp ;amp; 6.8

REvision of torsion from REvision Mechanics of Solids

Week 1

Lecture 2

Torsion(Review of Basics)

T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.16.2 &amp ;amp; 6.8 T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.16.2 &amp ;amp; 6.8 T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.16.2 &amp ;amp; 6.8

REvision of torsion from REvision Mechanics of Solids

Image

Lecture 3

Torsion(Review of Basics)

REvision of torsion from REvision Mechanics of Solids

Image

Lecture 4

Torsion(Review of Basics)

REvision of torsion from REvision Mechanics of Solids

Image

Week 2

Lecture 5 Lecture 6 Torsion(Shearing stress and deformations in inelastic range) Torsion(Thin walled hollow members) Lecture 7 Torsion(Shaft couplings) Torsion(Torsion of non-circular members) Lecture 8 Torsion(Torsion of non-circular members) Pressure Vessel(Thick- Walled Pressure vessels) T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.13 T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.16 T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.12 T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.14

Test 1 Derivation Derivation Derivation Derivation introduction to inelastic Slide Show range introduction to thin Slide Show walled hollow member use of shaft coupling application of torsion to members which are not circular in nature application of torsion to members which are not circular in nature Introduction to pressure Slide Show vessel Introduction to pressure vessel Introduction to pressure vessel Introduction to pressure Slide Show vessel Introduction to pressure vessel stress and strain analysis in rotating disc Slide Show

T-1:Ch- 6/Sec-6.14

Derivation

Week 3

Lecture 10 Lecture 11

T-1:Ch- 5/Sec-5.11

Derivation Derivation

Pressure Vessel(Thick-Walled T-1:Ch- 5/Sec-5.12 Pressure vessel Solution to General Problem Static Equilibrium) Pressure Vessel(Thick-Walled T-1:Ch- 5/Sec-5.12 Pressure vessel Solution to General Problem Static Equilibrium) Pressure Vessel(Thin walled pressure Vessels) Pressure Vessel(Geometric Compatibility and Properties of Material) Thick Walled Pressure Vessel (Remarks on thin disc problem) Thick Walled Pressure Vessel (Special Cases of thick vessels) T-1:Ch- 5/Sec-5.9 T-1:Ch- 5/Sec-5.13

Lecture 12

Derivation

Lecture 9 Week 4 Lecture 13

Derivation Derivation

Lecture 14 Lecture 15

R-3:Ch 11/Sec-11.7 T-1:Ch- 5/Sec-5.13

Derivation only internal pressure cases

Week 4

Lecture 16

Thick Walled Pressure Vessel (Thick-Walled Pressure vessel Solution to General Problem (differential equation and its solution)) Bending of Beams(Review)

T-1:Ch- 5/Sec-5.12

Introduction to pressure vessel

Week 5

Lecture 17

T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.18.5 T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.18.5 T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.18.5 Test 2

revision of concepts of bending of beams revision of concepts of bending of beams revision of concepts of bending of beams

Lecture 18

Bending of Beams(Review)

Lecture 19

Bending of Beams(Review)

Lecture 20 Week 6 Lecture 21 Lecture 22 Lecture 23 Bending of Beams(Elastic strain energy in pure bending) Bending of Beams(Elastic strain energy in pure bending) Bending of Beams(Elastic strain energy in pure bending) Bending of Beams continue (Inelastic bending of beams) Lecture 24 Bending of Beams continue (Inelastic bending of beams) Bending of Beams continue(Beams of two material) Bending of Beams continue(Beams of two material) Bending of Beams continue (Curved Beams) T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.7 T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.7 T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.7 T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.8

Derivation Derivation Derivation

use of energy equation in beams use of energy equation in beams use of energy equation in beams application of equation for beams in inelastic region application of equation for beams in inelastic region

T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.8

Week 7

Lecture 25

T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.9

derivation

how to solve the Slide Show problem of composites beams how to solve the Slide Show problem of composites beams conceptual Slide Show understanding of curved beams and its comparison with straight beams conceptual Slide Show understanding of curved beams and its comparison with straight beams

Lecture 26

T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.9

derivation

Lecture 27

T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.10

Lecture 28

Bending of Beams continue (Curved Beams)

T-1:Ch- 8/Sec-8.10

MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 29 Shearing Stress in Beam (Introduction) T-1:Ch- 10/Sec-10.110.2 revision of shear stress in beams

Week 8

Lecture 29 Lecture 30

Shearing Stress in Beam(Shear flow)

T-1:Ch- 10/Sec-10.3 Derivation

concept of shear flow

Slide Show

Shearing Stress in Beam(The T-1:Ch- 10/Sec-10.4 shearing stress formula for Beams) Shearing Stress in Beam(Warpage of plane sections due to shear) T-1:Ch- 10/Sec-10.5

Introduction to warpage phenomenon drawbacks of shearing stress formula shearing stress in flanges Concept of shear centre application of direct and indirect stress Derivation Stress in spring Slide Show

Lecture 31

Shearing Stress in Beam T-1:Ch- 10/Sec-10.6 (Limitations of the shearing stress) Shearing Stress in Beam(Shear stress in beam flanges) T-1:Ch- 10/Sec-10.7 T-1:Ch- 10/Sec-10.8 T-1:Ch- 10/Sec-10.9

Lecture 32

Shearing Stress in Beam(Shear centre) Shearing Stress in Beam (Combined direct and torsional shear stress)

Week 9

Lecture 33

Spring(Stresses in closely coiled Helical Springs) Spring(Deflection of Closely Coiled Helical Springs)

T-1:Ch10/Sec-10.10 T-1:Ch10/Sec-10.11

Derivation

Strain in spring

Lecture 34 Lecture 35 Lecture 36 Week 10 Lecture 37 Spring(Yield and Fracture criteria) T-1:Ch- 12/Sec-12.1 Theories of Failure(Maximum shear stress theory) Theories of Failure(Maximum distortion energy theory) T-1:Ch- 12/Sec-12.2 T-1:Ch- 12/Sec-12.3

Test 3 Derivation Derivation Introduction to failure criteria application of different Slide Show theories of failure application of different Slide Show theories of failure application of different Slide Show theories of failure application of different Slide Show theories of failure Derivation analysis of plates under forces analysis of plates under Slide Show forces Derivation analysis of plates under Slide Show forces analysis of plates under Slide Show forces analysis of plates under forces analysis of plates under forces

Theories of Failure(Comparison of T-1:Ch- 12/Sec-12.4 maximum shear and distortion energy theories for plane stress) Lecture 38 Lecture 39 Lecture 40 Week 11 Lecture 41 Theories of Failure(Maximum normal stress theory) Plate Theory(Bending of thin plates) Plate Theory(Assumptions of plate theory) Plate Theory(GDE for deflection of plates) T-1:Ch- 12/Sec-12.5 R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.1 R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.1 R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.4 R-5:Ch 8/Sec 8.3.1

Lecture 42 Lecture 43

Plate Theory(Boundary conditions) R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.7 Plate Theory(Solutions for rectangular plates) Plate Theory(Navier's and Levy's solutions) R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.8 R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.8

Derivation Derivation Derivation

Week 11

Lecture 44

Plate Theory(Navier's and Levy's solutions) Plate Theory(Solutions for rectangular plates)

R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.8 R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.8 R-3:Ch13/Sec-13.9 R-5:Ch8/Sec-8.4

Derivation Derivation Derivation

analysis of plates under forces analysis of plates under forces analysis of plates under forces Introduction to shell theory

Week 12

Lecture 45 Lecture 46

Plate Theory(Circular plates) Plate Theory(Membrane theory of shells of revolution and cylindrical shells)

Lecture 47

The Energy Methods(Introduction) T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.1

Derivation

energy within the material under different conditions energy within the Slide Show material under different conditions energy within the Slide Show material under different conditions energy within the material under different conditions energy within the material under different conditions use of energy methods to solve problem use of energy methods to solve problem use of energy methods to solve problem use of energy methods to solve problem use of energy methods to solve problem use of energy methods to solve problem use of energy methods to solve problem Slide Show Slide Show Slide Show Slide Show

The Energy Methods(Elastic Strain T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.2 energy for uniaxial stress) The Energy Methods(Elastic Strain T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.2 energy) The Energy Methods(Elastic strain T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.2 energy in pure bending) The Energy Methods(Elastic strain T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.2 energy for Shearing Stresses) Lecture 48 The Energy Methods T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.3 (Displacements by conservation of Energy) The Energy Methods(Virtual work T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.4 Principle) The Energy Methods(Virtual work T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.4 method) Lecture 50 The Energy Methods(Virtual work T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.5 method for deflections) The Energy Methods(Virtual work T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.6 equations for elastic systems) Lecture 51 Lecture 52 The Energy Methods(Virtual displacements for equilibrium) The Energy Methods(Virtual displacements for equilibrium) T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.8 T-1:Ch- 17/Sec-17.8

Derivation

Derivation

Derivation

Week 13

Lecture 49

SPILL OVER
Week 14 Lecture 53 R-5:Ch8/Sec-8.4 Membrane theory of shells of revolution and cylindrical shells More insight Naviers and Levys solutions revision

Lecture 54

R-3:Ch- 13/Sec-13.8

Scheme for CA:


Component Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20

Details of Academic Task(s)


AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 2/3

Test 1

To do the revision of A set of problems are to be given in order to do the revision of Individual basic required for solid mechanics course which is a prerequisite of the course. This Advanced level will almost cover the entire syllabus To test analytical skill To test analytical skill Numerical test based on topic covered so far i.e Torsion,Pressure Individual Vessel,Bending of beams Numerical test based on topic covered so far i.e Spring , Failure Theory , Columns Individual

marks scored

Test 2 Test 3

marks scored marks scored

5/5 9/9

Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)
Tutorial No. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Tutorial 7

Torsion Thin walled hollow members,Shearing stress and deformations in inelastic range Numerical on Thin- Walled Pressure vessels Numerical on Thin- Walled Pressure vesselscontinue Numerical on Thick- Walled Pressure vessels Numerical on Thick- Walled Pressure vessels continue Bending Of Beams

Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving

After Mid-Term
Tutorial 8 Tutorial 9 Tutorial 10 Tutorial 11 Shearing Stress in Beam Spring Theories of Failure Plate Theory Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving

Tutorial 12 Tutorial 13

Plate Theory continue The Energy Methods

Problem solving Problem solving