Strength of Materials 1 (ILV)

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Course numberB2.06060.22.030
Course codeFKL 1
Curriculum2015b
Semester of degree program Semester 2
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW2,0
ECTS credits2,5
Language of instruction German

Students are able to determine stresses and deformations in elastic loaded systems. By employing the strength hypothesis they can dimension simple components with superimposed loads. They are able to autonomously select the required strength for this hypothesis and to calculate the moments of resistance to torsion and bending.

B2.06060.12.010 - Technical StatikB2.00000.11.010 - Engineering Mathematics 1AB2.00000.12.080 - Engineering Mathematics 1BB2.00000.12.100 - Materials Science 1

Calculating surface moments 2 Order

Polar Moment of Inertia,

Axial area moment of inertia

Dimensioning in simple background levels

Strain-pressure

Shear

Deflection

Torsion

General Hooke's law

Multiaxial stress state

Thermal expansion

Strain-shear superposition

Stresses in statically indeterminate systems,

Solid-solid storage

Thermally induced stresses

Theory of plane stress element

Principal stresses

Principal stress directions

Mohr stress circle

Mohr 'shear deformation circuit

Strength theories

Normal stress hypothesis

Shear stress hypothesis

Von Mises plastic distortion hypothesis

Dimensioning in the superimposed loads

Strain / pressure-deflection

Strain / pressure-torsion

Strain / pressure-torsion / bending

Gross, Hauger, Schnell, Schröder: Technische Mechanik 2-Festigkeitslehre, Springer VerlagR.C. Hibbeler: Technische Mechanik 2-Festigkeitslehre, Pearson Studium