t.BA.EUP.STFL.19HS (Statics Strength of Materials Physics 3)
Module: Statics Strength of Materials Physics 3
This information was generated on: 29 June 2022
No.
t.BA.EUP.STFL.19HS
Title
Statics Strength of Materials Physics 3
Organised by
T IMES
Credits
4

### Description

Version: 2.0 start 01 February 2020

#### Short description

A major objective of this module is to present the basic concepts and principles of statics for rigid and deformable bodies to engineering students.

#### Module coordinator

Eberlein Robert (ebei)

#### Learning objectives (competencies)

 Objectives Competences Taxonomy levels Understanding of basic concepts in statics F K2 Analyzing interaction of forces and moments on rigid bodies F K3 Determination of static and kinetic friction forces F, M K3 Identification of support and reaction forces F, M K2 / K4 Definition of statîcally determinate systems F, M K4 Deriving equilibrium conditions for general systems of forces F, M K3 / K4 Analytical solution of plane truss frameworks for relevant practical applications F, M K3 / K4 Calculation of stress resultants in beams and frames F, M K3 Stress and strain concept in linear elasticity F K2 Stresses in simple structures (rods, beams, torsional shafts) F, M K3 / K4 Explaination of concept limitations F K2

#### Module contents

1. Basic conepts of statics

• Overview Engineering Mechanics
• Repetition Physics 1: force, moment and vector
• Rigid vs deformable bodies
• Free body diagram, actio=reactio

2. Special and general forces

• General terms
• Decomposition of forces in a plane
• Equilibrium in a plane
• Application examples

3. Support structures

• General terms
• Determination of the Internal Forces
• Statically determinate systems

4. Truss frameworks

• Basic principles
• Determination of truss forces

5. Static and kinetic friction

• General terms
• Coulomb theory of friction

6. Stress resultants in beams I

• General terms
• Determination of stress resultants in plane and 3D beam structures

7. Stress resultants in beams II

• Exercises

8. Basic concepts in elasticity

• General terms
• Consitutive law for linear elasticity
• Tension and compression in rods

9. Beam bending I

• General terms
• Stress distribution in beams

10. Beam bending II

• Moments of inertia
• Bending deformation

11. Beam bending III

• Exercises

12. Torsion I

• General terms
• Shear stress and rotation due to torque I

13. Torsion II

• Shear stress and rotation due to torque II

14. Strength of materials

• Strength hypotheses
• Semester review

#### Teaching materials

Class textbooks: Engineering Mechanics 1 & 2: Gross et al., Springer
Class notes by lecturer

#### Prerequisites

Physics 1, analysis 1 & 2, algebra and statistics 1 & 2

#### Teaching language

(X) German ( ) English

( ) Yes (X) No

Type 3a

#### Exams

 Description Type Form Scope Grade Weighting Graded assignments during teaching semester 2x exam written 2x 30 min graded 2x 20% End-of-semester exam exam written 90 min graded 60%

#### Remarks

Deviations from the proof of performance during the lectures can be made if the lecturer announces this in writing in a module agreement during the first week of the study semester.

#### Legal basis

The module description is part of the legal basis in addition to the general academic regulations. It is binding. During the first week of the semester a written and communicated supplement can specify the module description in more detail.
Course: Physik 3: Statik Festigkeitslehre - Praktikum
No.
t.BA.EUP.STFL.19HS.P
Title
Physik 3: Statik Festigkeitslehre - Praktikum

### Note

• No module description is available in the system for the cut-off date of 01 August 2099.
Course: Physik 3: Statik Festigkeitslehre - Vorlesung
No.
t.BA.EUP.STFL.19HS.V
Title
Physik 3: Statik Festigkeitslehre - Vorlesung

### Note

• No module description is available in the system for the cut-off date of 01 August 2099.