II Date: 03/08/2010 In addition to part -I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives further specific details regarding the course. Course No. Course Title Instructor-in-charge Instructor : ME C392 : Advanced Mechanics of Solids and Kinematics : M. S. DASGUPTA : Arun K Jalan, Sai Jagan Mohan

1. Course Description: The course starts with generalized Hooke’s low and three dimensional stress strain relations. It includes detailed discussion of energy methods for solving indeterminate problems. Mechanics of asymmetrical bending, curved beams and thick cylinders are also discussed. A chapter on contact stress is also included. Under kinematics, velocity and acceleration diagrams, graphical and analytical methods of analysis, kinematics of cam & synthesis of cam profile and gear trains are included. 2. Scope and Objective of the Course: The first part deal with in-depth analysis of some advanced topics in Mechanics of Solids, beyond what is covered in the common course Mechanics of Solids ES C221. The second part deals with kinematics of simple mechanisms and motion generation, which lays foundation for further study in Dynamics and Vibration ME C442. 3. Text books:
T1: "Advanced Mechanics of Wiley, 6th Edition, 2003. Materials" Arthur P., Boresi and R.J. Schinid, John


“Theory of Machines and Mechanisms” – John Joseph Uicker, Joseph Edward Shigley, Gordon R. Pennok, Oxfort University Press, 3rd Edition, 2003.

Reference books:
R1: “Advanced Mechanics & Solids” - L.S. Srinath, Tata Mc.Graw-Hill Publishing Co. 2nd Edition, 2003 “Advanced Mechanics of Solids” – Otto T. Bruhns, Springer Verlag, 2003 “Advanced Mechanics of Materials” – R. Davis Cook and Warren C. Young, Prentice Hall 2nd Edition, 1998. "Theory of Machines and Machines” - Amitabh Ghosh and A.K. Malik, Allied East West Press Pvt. Ltd., 3rd Ed. “Theory of Machines” – P.L. Balleny, Khanna Publisher 1990

R2: R3:



failure analysis & properties of material Three dimensional stress strain relations and tensor representation. Isotropic elasticity and Orthotropic materials Principle of potential energy. radial stress. speed and torque determination for simple. 1&2 Learning Objectives Review of elementary Mechanics of Materials and methods of analysis. motion analysis and motion synthesis of cam. types o kinematic joints. Grassoff’s law Velocity and acceleration diagram of Kinematics chains Analytical and position vector method of determination of velocity and acceleration Direction of rotation. Hook’s law for Anostropic elasticity. methods of computing contact stress. 3&5 Chap/Sec. Different types of cams. Curved beams of standard sections: I & T. Stress – Stain – Temperature relation for thick walled cylinders and composite cylinders. deflection of bodies in point contact and line contact with normal load. correction of circumferential stress and deflections of curved beams. Shear flow in thin-walled beam cross sections and deflections in standard channel sections Location of neutral axis. compound and planetary gear systems. Analysis of open and closed cylinders Geometry of contact surface. Inversions. Generalized Hooke’s law. Castigliano’s theorem.Lect. (Book) Introduction & review of CH1 (TB1) elementary mechanics of solids Theories of stress strain & CH2 (TB1) Generalized Hooke’s Law & CH3 (TB1) Topics to be Coursed 6 to 10 Energy methods applications and CH5 (TB1) 11 to 13 Asymmetrical bending CH7 (TB1) 14 to 18 Curved beams CH9 (TB1) 19 to 23 Thick walled cylinders CH11 (TB1) 24 to 25 Contact stress CH17 (TB1) 26 to 27 28 to 31 32 to 33 Introduction to kinematics Vector polygon method for velocity & acceleration Analytical solutions of velocity and acceleration Gear trains CH1 (TB2) CH3&4 (TB2) CH3&4 (TB2) CH10 (TB2) 34 to 37 38 to 41 Cam and follower systems CH5 (TB2) . Non-symmetrical loading bending and defection of straight beams. Deflections in statically determinate structures and statically indeterminate structures. applications to curved beam treated as straight beams. Degree of freedom. Analysis of statically indeterminate curved beams (closed ring). No.

Learning Objectives Cam profile drawing Topics to be Coursed Chap/Sec. Students will solve a given problem in tutorial hour.2 3 *Tutorials 4 Comprehensive Exam Duration (min. (Book) Evaluation Scheme : EC No Evaluation Component 1 Test . Best six performances out of eight evaluated ones for each student will be counted for aggregate marks.Lect.) 50 50 50 180 Weightage 60 60 60 120 Date & time <TEST_1> <TEST_2> Tutorial hour Timetable <TEST_C> as Nature of component CB OB announced in OB * Tutorials will be utilized for numerical problem solving under guidance of the instructor. which will be evaluated. Notices: If any.1 2 Test . No. will be displayed in Mechanical Engineering notice board only. Instructor-in-charge ME 392 . Chamber Consultation Hour: To be announced in the class. Make-up policy: No makeup is allowed for Tutorials.