課程資訊

Mechanics of Materials

110-1

CIE2006

501E21210

02

4.0

Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1101CIE2006_02

This course introduces the basic concepts/principles of engineering mechanics, with a focus on the mechanics of materials. Prerequisites include statics, dynamics and calculus. To develop analytical techniques of mechanics of materials, this course will rely on students’ prerequisite knowledge of mathematics and basic science. However, exemptions of no prerequisites being taken may be allowed under special circumstances. Upon taking this course, students will learn the constitutive law of materials, and the behavior of axial member, beam and column, subjected to different types of external loads including axial force, torsion, bending moment and shear force. As an engineer, it is essential to understand the theoretical developments of analysis tools for the internal forces and deformations when a component of structure (e.g., bridge and building) experiencing external loads, in order to select the appropriate materials and design the dimension/shape of the component accordingly. This course will start with the introduction of common material properties (e.g., Young’s modulus, yielding strength, residual strain), the definition of stress and strain, followed by the mechanics of axial members, beam and column. Course materials may be slightly adjusted depending on the progress of the classes. Grading will be based on the attendance, assignments, quiz, midterm and final exam.

At  the  end  of  this  course, students are anticipated to be well-prepared in the following items:
1. Understand the behavior of materials subjected to excessive loads.
2. Identify members subjected to axial force, torsion, shear and bending moment.
3. Solve stress analysis and deformation (elongation, rotation, and deflection) problems for axial members and beams.
4. Identify column buckling.
5. Identify statically indeterminate beams.
6. Solve simple statically indeterminate problems in beams.
7. Understand the relationship between normal stress and shear stress.

1. Prerequisites: Statics, Dynamics, Calculus
2. Absence of classes will be allowed only if the student informed the instructor in advance.
3. No plagiarism is allowed.

Office Hours

Barry J. Goodno and James M. Gere, Mechanics of Materials, 9th edition, Cengage Learning.

(僅供參考)

 No. 項目 百分比 說明 1. Final exam 30% 2. Midterm 30% 3. Quiz 20% 4. Assignments 15% 5. Attendance 5% Absence of classes will be allowed only if the student informed the instructor in advance.

 課程進度
 週次 日期 單元主題 第1週 9/23 1.1 第2週 9/28,9/30 1.4-1.9; 2.1-2.3 第3週 10/05,10/07 2.4-2.5; 4.1-4.3 第4週 10/12,10/14 4.4-4.5; Quiz (1.1-4.5) 第5週 10/19,10/21 5.1-5.4; 5.5-5.6 第6週 10/26,10/28 9.1-9.2; 9.3-9.4 第7週 11/02,11/04 Quiz (5.1-9.4); 9.5 第8週 11/09,11/11 9.6; 11.1-11.3 第9週 11/16,11/18 11.4; Midterm (1-11.4) 第10週 11/23,11/25 10.1; 10.2 第11週 11/30,12/02 10.3-10.4; 3.1-3.3 第12週 12/07,12/09 3.6; 3.8 第13週 12/14,12/16 7.1-7.3; Quiz (10.1-7.3) 第14週 12/21,12/23 7.4; 7.7 第15週 12/28,12/30 7.5; 7.6 第16週 1/04,1/06 Ch. 8 (optional) 第17週 1/11,1/13 Final exam (all materials)