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This course provides students with a solid foundation in order to compute stress, strain and energy in solids and structures under various loading conditions including axial, bending, shear, torsion and thermal. It introduces the concept of structural instability. The course presents theories of thermal energy transport, including conduction, convection, and thermal radiation. Solution methods are developed for steady-state and transient conduction problems. Convective heat transfer mechanisms are introduced and correlations to evaluate the heat transfer coefficient are discussed. Methodologies for calculating the thermal radiation heat transfer between surfaces are introduced.
1. Review fundamentals of statics 2. Stress and strain under various loading conditions (axial, shear, bending, torsion, thermal) 3. Coordinate transformation of stress and strain (Mohr’s circle) 4. Structural instability (column buckling) 5. Second law of thermodynamics and its relation to heat transfer 6. Modes of heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation 7. Calculate the conduction heat flux in rectangular and cylindrical coordinate systems 7. Calculate the rate of heat transfer through convection 8. Basic thermal radiation concepts and applications
Assignments - 30% Midterms - 50% Final - 20%
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