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# Course Rationale:

The purpose of learning this course on Mechanics of Materials, is to provide basic knowledge in mechanics of
materials so that the students can solve real engineering problems and the student will be able to pre-design
different types of elements, for mechanical components, structures and machines

Course Objectives:
At the end of this course on Mechanics of Materials, the learner will be able to

Apply the concepts of stresses and strains for axially-loaded members, circular torsion
Determine and illustrate principal stresses, maximum shearing stress of two dimensional
Design of Beam with different Cross Sections
Evaluate the deflection of beams using various methods
Analysis of thin-wall spherical and cylindrical pressure vessels and columns

Competence 1
Title

## Design For Static

Design For
Strength
Fatigue Strength

Duration
( in hours)

Session1

Session2
Session3

Session4

Session5
Session6
Session7
Session8
Session9

Competence 2

10

10

Competence 3

Competence 4

Design Of Power
Design Of
Design Of Shafts And
Screws, Bolted
Various Types Of
Couplings
And Welded Joints
Springs
10

10

DESIGN FOR
FATIGUE
STRENGTH:
Stress
DESIGN OF
Introduction to
POWER
concentration,
SPRINGS:
Machine design
SCREWS: Types
Methods of
Types
reducing stress
concentration
factor
Design for
Mechanics of
Design of
Phases of design
fluctuating
power screws,
Helical against
stresses
efficiency
General
Design of
Fatigue strength
considerations
Helical against
and Endurance
Applications
and procedure in
fluctuating
limit
machine design
DESIGN OF
standardization,
BOLTED
Design of
preferred
Applications
JOINTS
Torsion springs
numbers
Design
procedure
Goodman
DESIGN OF
Mechanical
Applications on
diagram and
BOLTED JOINTS
properties of
Design of
Soderberg
with eccentric
materials
Torsion springs
methods
DESIGN FOR
applications of
STATIC
Design of
Soderbergs
applications
STRENGTH:
Spiral springs
equation
Simple Stresses
Combined
Applications on
stresses WELDED
Design of
Torsional and
JOINTS- Types
Spiral springs
Bending stresses
Design of
Applications on
Welded joints,
Design of Leaf
Combined
Strength of
springs
stresses
welded joints
Factor of safety
Welded
joint
Design of Leaf
and theories of
with
eccentric
springs
failure

Sessionapplications
10
theories of failure
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Competence 5

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10

design based on
strength

## Design of shaft for

Design of shaft for
Design of shaft
based on stiffness

Design of shaft
based on stiffness

Design of shaft
based on stiffness
COUPLINGS:
Introduction,
types, uses
Design procedures
for rigid couplings
Design procedures
for rigid couplings

Design procedures
Tutorial Topic: for flexible rubberbushed couplings
Tutorial Topic: Design procedures
for flexible rubberbushed couplings
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References:

## 1. At the end of this session 1, the learner will be able to

2. At the end of this session 2, the learner will be able to
Concept of machine design and their types.
Phases of design.
3. At the end of this session 3, the learner will be able to
Identify the factors to be considered in machine design.
Infer the procedure in machine design
4. At the end of this session 4, the learner will be able to
Properties and applications of common engineering materials.
Standardization and preferred numbers
5. At the end of this session 5, the learner will be able to
Important mechanical properties of materials.
6. At the end of this session 6, the learner will be able to
apply the concepts of Simple stresses in machine elements (tensile, compressive,
bearing and shear stresses) in their design.

apply the concepts of combined stress (combined bending, torsion) in the design of
machine components.

apply the concepts of combined stress (combined bending, torsion and axial loading.
Buckling of beams) in the design of machine components.

## Stress concentration and the factors responsible.

Determination of stress concentration factor; experimental and theoretical methods.
Fatigue strength reduction factor and notch sensitivity factor.
Methods of reducing stress concentration.

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to apply the fundamentals of stress analysis, theories of failure in the design of machine
components.

## the students will demonstrate the preceding abilities by performing correctly:

the design, analysis and sizing of shafts
the selection, sizing and analysis of springs
the selection, sizing, design , and analysis of other mechanical components/systems