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 Course module: 202000122
 202000122Mechanics of Materials & Modelling and Programming 4
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Course module202000122
Credits (ECTS)4.5
Course typeStudy Unit
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact persondr. M.I. Abdul Rasheed
E-mailm.i.abdulrasheed@utwente.nl
Lecturer(s)
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 Contactperson for the course dr. M.I. Abdul Rasheed Lecturer dr. M.I. Abdul Rasheed Contactperson for the course dr.ir. G.T. Havinga Lecturer dr.ir. G.T. Havinga Tutor dr. J. Seyyed Monfared Zanjani
Starting block
 2B
RemarksPart of module 4 B-ME
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Registration using OSIRISYes
 Aims
 body { font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial } table { font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial } Mechanics of Materials After the course the student will be able to: apply the method of sections to calculate internal loadings, stresses, strains & deformations in slender members: subjected to axial loadings (bars) with circular cross section subjected to torsional loadings (shafts). with symmetric cross section subjected to transversal loadings, c.q. bending and shear (beams). derive the critical load & buckled shape of beams (using Euler buckling theory). analyze statically determinate & indeterminate structures. determine the second moment of area for composite cross sections. understand basic mechanical concepts of a structure, analyze it using correct theoretical models and evaluate the results of a calculation.  Modeling and Programming As a result of the course a student is able to: solve beam equations using MATLAB. determine the maximum stresses in a beam using MATLAB. write a finite element program to calculate the stresses in a frame with beams. optimize the frame geometry using the finite element code and standard optimization routines.
 Content
 body { font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial } table { font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial } This is a part of module 4, ME 4 Design and Mechanics of the Bachelor Mechanical Engineering.. See here for the compete description of the module.            Mechanics of Materials This course covers how the stiffness and strength of a structure consisting of different members such as bars, beams and shafts can be determined. Stiffness describes the relationship between loads and deflections of a structure and strength refers to stresses and strains occurring in the material.   Modeling and Programming The Finite Element Method is a key engineering tool for the design of mechanical systems. It can be used to determine internal stresses and deformation of structures due to external loads. A basic form of the Finite Element Method for beam structures will be developed throughout a series of ModPro 4 sessions. The complexity of the systems will gradually increase during the sessions, from 1D truss systems, to single beam calculations, to full truss and beam structures. Optimization methods discussed in ModPro 3 will be used to optimize structure designs. Non-ME students can take this course if they meet the entry requirements.
 Module
 Module 4
 Participating study
 Bachelor Mechanical Engineering
Required materials
 Mechanics of Materials, 2019, Jurnan
Recommended materials
Book
 Statics & Mechanics of Materials: SI Edition, 4/E, Hibbeler Russel C., ISBN-13: 9789814526043
Instructional modes
Assessment
 Presence duty Yes

Assignment
 Presence duty Yes

Lecture

Q&A

Tutorial

Tests
 Bonus Exam Mechanics of Materials Assignment Modelling and Programming 4
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