Festigkeitslehre 1 (ILV)


Course lecturer:

FH-Prof. DI Dr.

 Franz Oswald Riemelmoser , MBA

Course numberB2.00000.00.030
Course codeFL1
Semester of degree program Semester 2
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
ECTS credits2,5
Language of instruction German

Students are able to
• determine stresses and deformations in elastically stressed systems.
they can
• dimension simple components in case of superimposed loads by selecting failure theory
They are able to
• independently select the required strength hypothesis and calculate torsional and bending resistance.

B2.06060.10.090 - Engineering Statics
B2.00000.10.010 - Engineering Mathematics 1
B2.00000.12.100 - Material science 1

• Calculate 2nd order surface moments
o Polar area moment of inertia
o Axial area moment of inertia
• Dimensioning with simple basic loads
o train-pressure
o shear
o bend
o twist
• General Hooke's Law
o Multi-axial stress state
o Thermal expansion
o train thrust superimposition
• Stress in statically indeterminate systems
o solid-solid storage
o thermally induced voltages
• Theory of the plane stress element
o principal stresses
o principal stress directions
Mohr's circle of tension
Mohr's circle of deformation
• strength theories
o normal stress hypothesis
o shear stress hypothesis
o change of shape hypothesis
• Dimensioning for superimposed loads
o train / pressure bend
o train / pressure Torsion
o train / pressure torsion / bending

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

Integrated course (ILV)