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"POLITEHNICA" UNIVERSITY OF TIMISOARA

SYLLABUS

for the course:

MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 1”

(“REZISTENŢA MATERIALELOR 1”)

FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

DOMAIN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Year of study: II

Semester: 3

 Course coordinator: Senior lecturer PhD Mirela ACHIM Collaborators: Number of hours / Examination / Credits Course Seminar Practical works Project Examination Credits 28 28 - - E 5 Course status Fundamental x In the domain x Speciality Complementary Compulsory: Imposed x Optional Facultative

###### A. Course Objectives

The students should obtain knowledge of theoretical fundamentals and of practical design methods, in order to determinate the state of stresses and strains in structural elements used in civil engineering.

The students will learn all the tools to analyze, from strength and rigidity point of view, bar elements (beams, columns) subjected to simple actions, in the elastic and plastic domain.

#### B. COURSE TOPICS

1. Introduction 1 hours

2. Displacements; Strains; Unit Stresses; Diagrams of Stresses 4 hours

3. The Stress-Strain Diagrams; Hook’s Law; Design Methods 3 hours

4. Axial Tension and Compression 5 hours

5. Direct Shear; Connections of Steel Elements 3 hours

6. Uniaxial (Straight) Bending with Shearing; Equation of the Deflected fiber 7 hours

7. Plastic Analysis for bars subjected to Bending 2 hours

8. Biaxial (Oblique) Bending with Shearing 3 hours
C. APPLICATION TOPICS

1. Geometrical Sectorial Characteristics of the Cross Section 4 hours

2. Diagrams of stresses 6 hours

3. Axial Tension and Compression; Connections 6 hours

4. Uniaxial Bending and Shearing 6 hours

5. Biaxial Bending with Shearing 6 hours

D. EDUCATIONAL METHODS EMPLOYED

• Course: lecturing, conversation, explication, demonstration

• Practical works: explication, example, problematisation

### E. Evaluation procedure

Final exam, composed of two theoretical subjects answered in written (1 hour) and 2 problems solved in written (2 hours): 66% of the final grade

Homeworks and in-class evaluations during the term: 34% of the final grade
F. REFERENCES

## 1. GERE J.M., GOODNO B.J. (2009) “Mechanics of materials”, Canada

2. SOARE, V.M., ALDEA, C. (1993) “Strength of Materials”, Parts I, II, Bucharest

3. TIMOSHENKO, S.(1962)”Strength of Materials”, Part I, II, New York

#### G. INTERNATIONAL COMPATIBILITY

University of Nottingham, Great Britain

INSA Rennes, France

Technical University of Budapest, Hungary

Date: 30.03.2011

Prof.dr.ing. Dan DUBINĂ S.l.dr.ing. Mirela ACHIM

"POLITEHNICA" UNIVERSITY OF TIMISOARA

SYLLABUS

for the course:

MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 2”

(“REZISTENŢA MATERIALELOR 2”)

FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

DOMAIN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Year of study: II

Semester: 4

 Course coordinator: Senior lecturer PhD Mirela ACHIM Collaborators: Number of hours / Examination / Credits Course Seminar Practical works Project Examination Credits 28 28 - 14 E 5 Course status Fundamental x In the domain x Speciality Complementary Compulsory: Imposed  Optional Facultative

###### A. Course Objectives

The students will continue to learn how to analyze, from strength, stability and rigidity point of view, bar elements (beams, columns) and plates, subjected to compound actions, in the elastic domain.

#### B. COURSE TOPICS

1. Eccentric Tension and Compression 6 hours

2. Energy Methods; Mohr-Maxwell’s energetically formula for Displacements 4 hours

3. State of Stress in 2D and3D; State of Strain in 2D and 3D 6 hours

4. Pure (uniform) Torsion; Non-uniform (prevented) Torsion 6 hours

5. Notions of Theory of Elasticity 6 hours

C. APPLICATION TOPICS

1. Eccentric Tension and Compression 12 hours

2. Mohr-Maxwell’s energetically formula for Displacements 8 hours

3. Plane State of Stress 6 hours

4. Pure Torsion; Prevented Torsion 8 hours

5 Notions of Theory of Elasticity 8 hours

D. EDUCATIONAL METHODS EMPLOYED

• Course: lecturing, conversation, explication, demonstration

• Practical works: explication, example, problematisation

### E. Evaluation procedure

Final exam, composed of two theoretical subjects answered in written (1 hour) and 2 problems solved in written (2 hours): 66% of the final grade

Homeworks and in-class evaluations during the term: 34% of the final grade
F. REFERENCES

## 1. GERE J.M., GOODNO B.J. (2009) “Mechanics of materials”, Canada

2. SOARE, V.M., ALDEA, C. (1993) “Strength of Materials”, Parts I, II, Bucharest

3. TIMOSHENKO, S.(1962)”Strength of Materials”, Part I, II, New York

#### G. INTERNATIONAL COMPATIBILITY

University of Nottingham, Great Britain

INSA Rennes, France

Technical University of Budapest, Hungary

Date: 30.03.2011

Prof.dr.ing. Dan DUBINĂ S.l.dr.ing. Mirela ACHIM

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