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15AS317E THEORY OF ELASTICITY


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Co-requisite: Nil
Prerequisite: 15AS303J
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Course Category P Professional Elective STRUCTURE
Course designed by Department of Aerospace Engineering
Approval Academic Council Meeting, 23rd July 2016

PURPOSE To familiarize the students in the area of fatigue and fracture mechanics

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES STUDENT


OUTCOMES
At the end of the course, learner will be able to a b e
1. Understand the various assumptions in solving elasticity problems, a b e
Equations of equilibrium
2. Familiarize with stress-strain relations, strain-displacement relations, a b e
compatibility equations
3. Understand the solutions by polynomials, stresses , displacements for a b e
beams subjected to different loads
4. Familiarize with problems in polar coordinates for axisymmetric a b e
problems
5. Expose to various theories of torsion and applications of shafts of various a b e
cross-sections

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Session Description of Topic D-I-
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UNIT I: ASSUMPTIONS IN ELASTICITY 9
Introduction
1. 1 C 1 1-2
Definitions for stress and strain
2. 1 C 1 1-2
Sign conventions, notations for stress
3. 1 C 1 1-2
Sign conventions, notation for strain
4. 1 C,D 1 1
Component of strain
5. 1 C 1 1-2
Component of stress
6. 1 C,D 1 1
Hooke’s law, problems
7. 1 C,D 1 1-2
Equations of equilibrium-2D
8. 1 C 1 1-2
Equations of equilibrium-3D
9. 1 C,D 1 1-2

UNIT II: EQUATIONS OF ELASTICITY 9


Introduction
10. 1 C 2 1-2
Strain-Displacement Relations
11. 1 C 2 1-2
Stress-Strain Relations
12. 1 C,D 2 1-2
Lame’s constant-cubical dilatation
13. 1 C 2 1-2
Compressibility of material, Bulk modulus
14. 1 C,D 2 1
Compatibility equations for stresses
15. 1 C 2 2
Compatibility equations for strain
16. 1 C 2 2
Principal stresses and strain, Mohr’s circle
17. 1 C,D 2 2
Saint Venant’s principle, Theories of failure
18. 1 C,D 2 1-2
UNIT III: PLANE STRESS AND PLANE STRAIN
9
PROBLEMS
Airy’s stress function
19. 1 C 3 1-2
Inharmonic Equations
20. 1 C 3 1

Polynomial solutions of second degree


21. 1 C 3 1
Polynomial solutions of third degree
22. 1 C,D 3 1

Polynomial solutions of fourth degree


23. 1 C 3 1

Simple two dimensional problems in Cartesian coordinates like


24. bending of cantilever beams determination of stresses 1 C 3 1

Simple two dimensional problems in Cartesian coordinates like


25. bending of cantilever beams determination of slope and 1 C 3 1
deflections
Simple two dimensional problems in Cartesian coordinates like
26. bending of simply supported beams determination of stresses 1 C 3 1

Simple two dimensional problems in Cartesian coordinates like


27. bending of simply supported beams determination of slope and 1 C 3 1
deflection

UNIT IV: POLAR CORDINATES 9


Equations of equilibrium in polar coordinates
28. 1 C 4 1
Strain-displacement relations, Stress-strain relations
29. 1 C 4 1

Stress distribution symmetrical about an axis


30. 1 C,D 4 1
Stress distribution in pure bending of curved bars
31. 1 C 4 1
Displacement for symmetrical stress distribution
32. 1 C,D 4 1
Stress distribution in a rotating disc
33. 1 C 4 1
Bending of curved bar by a force at the end
34. 1 C,D 4 1
Kirch, Michell’s and Boussinesque problems
35. 1 C,D 4 1
Kirch, Michell’s and Boussinesque problems
36. 1 C 4 1

UNIT V: TORSION 9
Introduction
37. 1 C 5 1
Navier’s theory of torsion
38. 1 C 5 1-2
St.Venant’s theory of torsion
39. 1 C 5 1-2
Prandtl’s theory of torsion
40. 1 C 5 1-2
Semi-inverse method
41. 1 C 5 1-2
Application of shafts to circular cross sections
42. 1 C 5 1
Application of shafts to elliptical cross sections
43. 1 C 5 1
Application of shafts to equilateral triangular cross sections
44. 1 C 5 1
Application of shafts to rectangular cross sections
45. 1 C 5 1

Total contact hours* 45


*Excluding Assessment hours

LEARNING RESOURCES
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TEXT BOOKS
No.
1. Timoshenko,S and Goodier, T.N., Theory of Elasticity, McGraw-Hill Ltd., Tokyo,1990
2. Enrico Voltorra and J.H.Caines, Advanced Strength of Materials, Prentice Hall, New Jersey,1991.
REFERENCE BOOKS/OTHER READING MATERIAL
3. Wang, C.T., Applied Elasticity, McGraw-Hill Co., New York, 1993
4. Sokolnkoff, IS., Mathematical Theory of Elasticity, McGraw-Hill., New York, 1978

Course nature Theory


Assessment Method (Weightage 100%)
In- Assessment tool Cycle test I Cycle test II Cycle Test III Surprise Test Quiz Total
semester Weightage 10% 15% 15% 5% 5% 50%
End semester examination Weightage : 50%