SYLLABUS (Bachelor of Engineering)

1. Subject name: APPLIED MECHANICS Credit: 3 (theory: 2; practice: 1). Total teaching hours: 75 hours (60 official teaching hours and 15 tutor teaching hours). 2. Lectures:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tich Thien TRUONG, Senior Lecturer.

3. Teaching department: Department of Engineering Mechanics. 4. Subject descriptions: Applied mechanics is a branch of the physical sciences and the practical application of mechanics. Applied mechanics examines the response of bodies or systems of bodies to external forces. Applied mechanics, as its name suggests, bridges the gap between physical theory and its application to technology. As such, applied mechanics is used in many fields of engineering, especially engineering mechanics. Much of modern engineering mechanics is based on Isaac Newton's laws of motion while the modern practice of their application can be traced back to Stephen Timoshenko, who is said to be the father of modern engineering mechanics. 5. Subject’s objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: • (i) Understand and solve simple problems involving stresses and strain in two and three dimensions. • (ii) Understand the difference between statically determinate and indeterminate problems. • (iii) Understand and carry out simple experiments illustrating properties of materials in tension, compression as well as hardness and impact tests. • (iv) Analyze stresses in two dimensions and understand the concepts of principal stresses and the use of Mohr circles to solve two-dimensional stress problems. • (v) Draw shear force and bending moment diagrams of simple beams and understand the relationships between loading intensity, shearing force and bending moment. • (vi) Compute the bending stresses in beams with one or two materials. • (vii) Calculate the deflection of beams using the direct integration and energy method. • (viii) Apply sound analytical techniques and logical procedures in the solution of engineering problems.

6. Subjectâ€™s content:

Chapter

Content

Teaching hours Total

1

Theory

Exercise

Tutor

Reference s [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6].

The Fundamental of Statics 9 5 2 2 - The Basic Definitions of Statics. - The Axiom of Statics. - The Support and Reaction. - The Moment of Force. 2 Reduction and Equilibrium of 13 6 4 3 [1], [2], [3], Force System [4], [5], - Two Basic Components of [6]. Force System. - The Important Theorems of Statics. - The Irreducible Forms of Force System. - The Equilibrium Conditions of Force System. 3 Friction 4 2 1 1 [2], [4]. [1], - The Concept of Friction. [2], [3], - The Types of Friction. [4]. 4 Internal Forces and Internal 15 8 4 3 [1], [2], [3], Force Diagrams [4], [5], - The Basic Concepts. [6]. - The Internal Force Components. - The Internal Force Diagrams. 5 Stress, Strain and Strength 6 4 1 1 [1], [2], [3], Criteria [4], [5], - Stress. [6]. - Strain. - Strength Criteria. 6 Strength Analysis for Frame 19 11 5 3 [1], [2], [3], Problems [4], [5], - Geometric Properties of Cross[6]. Section. - Stress Analysis for Frame Problem. - Strength Design for Frame Problem. 7 Displacements of Frame due to 9 4 3 2 [1], [2], [3], Linear Elastic Deformation [4], [5], - Deformation of Truss. [6]. - Angular Deformation of Shafts in Torsion. - Deformation of Beams in Plane Bending. - Deformation Analysis of Frames by Energy Method. Total 75 40 20 15 Fifteen tutor teaching hours are also taught in the classroom as official teaching hours.

7. References: [1] Dr. J. B. Tatum, â€œClassical Mechanicsâ€?, Lecture notes, University Of Victoria, Canada, May 30, 2007. [2] Prof. Dr. Irving H. Shames, Introduction to Solid Mechanics, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1975. [3] Hearne, E.J., Mechanics of Materials 1, Butterworth Heinemann, 3rd or latest edition, 1997. [4] F.P. Beer, E.R. Johnston, Jr., and J.T. DeWolf, Mechanics of Materials, 4rd Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2002. [5] J.M. Gere, Mechanics of Materials, 5th Edition, Brooks/Cole. [6] Professor Louis L. Bucciarelli, Engineering Mechanics for Structures, Dover Publications, March 26, 2009. 8. Assessment method: Final class grade will be based on: Assessment method Exercise Midterm test Practice, experiment Essay, report Final exam

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