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Catalog Data- 2006 : Mechanics of deformable bodies. Concepts of stress and strain. Classification of materials behavior. Stress-strain relations. Generalized Hook's law. Applications to engineering problems: members under axial loads, torsion of circular rods and tubes, bending and shear stresses in beams, combined stresses in beams, transformations of stresses, and buckling. Mechanics of Materials, 6th ed., By F.P. Beer, E.R. Johnston, Jr., and J.T. DeWolf McGraw-Hill. Mechanics of Materials, R.C. Hibbeler, Prentice Hall, 2000. Laith Sawaqed, Ph.D. Office: M5-L3 Email: Phone: +962-720-1000 Ext (22537) Section #2,3: Monday, Wednesday, 9:45 - 11:15, 12:45 2:15 (M5127) Sunday, Tuesday CE 201 Statics Calculate stresses (normal and shear) in a loaded structure or a machine component. 2. Use stress concentration factors to find stresses in, or allowable loads on, axially loaded members. 3. Calculate normal and shearing strains/deformations for bodies subjected to loads and/or temperature change. 4. Solve statically indeterminate problems subjected to one or a combination of axial, torsion and bending loads. 5. Apply Hookes Law in one, two and three dimensions. 6. Determine stresses and/or deformations in a circular member subjected to a torsion load. 7. Solve problems using stress transformation equations and Mohrs circle. 8. Calculate stresses in thin-walled pressure vessels. 9. Draw shear and moment diagrams for beams subjected to a combination of concentrated loads, distributed loads and concentrated moments. 10. Calculate normal and shearing stresses in beams. 11. Determine the deflections of statically determinate and indeterminate beams using double integration and superposition. 12. Apply Eulers equation to solve column-buckling problems for different end conditions. Concept of stress and strain.. Mechanical properties of materials. Axial loading Torsion . Bending stresses Transverse shear Stress transformation and Mohr's circle Principal stresses Combined loads . Beam deflections Buckling. (3 classes) (2 classes) (4 classes) (4 classes) (4 classes) (4 classes) (2 classes) (2 classes) (2 classes) (4 classes) (2 classes) 1. 10:00 - 11:00 Am

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Relationship of the Course to ME Outcomes: ABET Mechanical Eng. Program Outcomes ak a a. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering in practice. b. Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data. b c c. c. Design a system, components, or process to meet desired needs. d. Function on multidisciplinary teams. d e e. Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems. f f. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility of an engineer. g. Communicate effectively. g h. Broad education to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global and societal h context. i. Recognition of the need for, and possess the ability to engage in, lifelong learning. i j. Possess knowledge of contemporary issues. j k k. Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. l. Adhere to safety rules and regulations. ABET Category: Engineering Science Engineering Design Prepared By: Laith Sawaqed, Ph.D. 3 0 Date: Credits Credits February, 2014