Undergraduate - Stress analysis, deflection analysis, and strength of mechanical elements; design of screws, fasteners, and joints; clutches, brakes, couplings, and shafting. Prerequisite: MECH 2331 and MECH 2322.

Syllabus
Course Schedule
BlackBoard
Lecture 1 - Review of Elementary Concepts
Lecture 1 - Examples
Lecture 1 - Homework Solutions
Lecture 2 - Stress, Stress Components, and Equilibrium
Lecture 2 - Examples
Lecture 2 - Homework Solutions
Lecture 3 - Principal Stress, Invariants, 3D Mohr, Stress Analysis, Symbolic
Lecture 3 - Examples
Lecture 3 - Homework Solutions
Lecture 4 - Strain-Displacement, Compatibility, Strain at a Point, Rotation
Lecture 4 - Examples
Lecture 4 - Homework Solutions
Mock Exam 1
Mock Exam 1 Solutions
Lecture 5 - Principal Strain, Invariants, Volume Change and Dilatation, Deviator
Lecture 5 - Examples
Lecture 5 - Homework Solutions
Lecture 6 - Linear Stress-Strain-Temperature Relations
Lecture 6 - Examples
Lecture 6 - Homework Solutions
Lecture 7 - Inelastic Material Behavior
Practice Problems for Exam 2
Lecture 8 - Fracture Mechanics - A Historical Prospective
Lecture 9 - Fracture Mechanics - Math

Review for Exam 3

**Homework is assigned in the Course Schedule**

Exam Rules
Exam 1 Outline
Exam 2 Outline

Exam 3 Outline

Guidelines