**Strength of Materials Syllabus ET-228**

**Course Description:** An introductory study of the effects due to forces acting on deformable bodies; including tension, compression, shear, torsion, bending, combined stresses, and the design of members subjected to such stresses.

**Prerequisite:** ET-224

**Text: **Fa-Hwa Cheng; Statics and Strength of Materials; 2^{nd} edition; McGraw-Hill Co.; 1997.

**Learning Outcomes:** As a result of instruction in this course, students will be able to:

- Explain simple stresses, indirect stresses, and applications
- Explain a shear moment diagram …Given a selected free body diagram and all associated geometry and loading of the body…

- Correctly calculate all the resultant internal stresses and external deformations of the body
- Design the material and geometric requirements of the body in accordance with a proscribed specification.

Curricular Components |
Lectures Hours |

Introduction and course syllabus |
1 |

Review of Statics |
4 |

Simple stresses, Direct Normal Stresses, Bearing Stresses, Stresses on Incline Planes, and in Thin Walled Pressure Vessels |
6 |

Linear Strain, Hooks Law, Axial Deformation |
6 |

Mechanical Properties of Materials in Design, Tension Test, Compression Test, Stress and Strain, and Stress/Strain Diagrams |
6 |

Modules of Elasticity, Ductility, Brittle Metals, Allowable Stresses, and Factor of Safety |
6 |

Poison’s Ratio, Thermal Expansion, and Thermal Stresses |
6 |

Stress Concentrations, Elastic Design Verses Plastic Design |
6 |

Torsion, angle of twist, shaft couplings, and shear keys |
4 |

**Class/Laboratory Schedule: ** Lecture: 3 sessions/week – 50 minutes each

**Course contribution in meeting ABET Criterion 5:**

This course provides a prerequisite foundation of knowledge necessary for the technical specialties.

**Relationship of Course to Program Outcomes:**

1-2 Use problem solving techniques and team dynamics

1-3 Apply mathematical and physics formulae

2-2 Use technical manuals o accurately locate and interpret data

5-1 Participate as effective team member

5-2 Identify & solve common problems in team dynamics

4-1 Write organized and accurate lab reports

6-2 Demonstrate personal responsibility