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446.203A_2012_2 / Mechanics and Design, Fall 2012
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Instructor:
Prof. Youn, Byeng Dong
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Lectures:
Two sessions / week
1 hour / session
· Level
Undergraduate
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This course offers the concepts and general principles to solid mechanics, designed to appeal to the intuition and understanding of advanced undergraduate students in engineering. The course begins with the contents including a preliminary of vector and tensor, constitutive relations of stress and strain, structural stability (or buckling) analysis, and energy methods in the beginning. Lator, fundamentals of finite element method (FEA) will be discussed with truss, beam, and plane stress/strain elements, and followed by a standard isoparametric formulation of the FEA. The course highlights discussion of yielding behavior in multi-dimension, plastic deformation, and stress-strain relation of anisotropic materials. Basics of fracture and fatigue failures will wrap up the course.
Seoul National University, San 56-1. Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu.Seoul 151-742 Korea
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