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Marcial Gonzalez Marcial Gonzalez, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
School of Mechanical Engineering
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Email: marcial-gonzalez@purdue.edu
ME612 - Continuum Mechanics
Spring 2014. Spring 2015.
Reading
(01) Overview. (02-03) Introduction to vectors and tensors. (04) Curvilinear coordinate systems. (05-06) Kinematics of deformations. (07-09) Conservation and balance laws. (10-11) Thermodynamics. (12) Discontinuity surfaces. (13) Constitutive relations: Coleman-Noll procedure. (14) Constitutive relations: examples. (15-16) Constitutive relations: frame-indifference. (17) Constitutive relations: material symmetry. (18) Constitutive Relations: linearization. (19) Midterm Prep. (20) Guidelines for special project. (21-22) Energy principles and stability. (23) Constitutive relations: plasticity. (#1-#4) Project progress report. (#5) Final project report and presentations.
ME323 - Mechanics of Materials
Fall 2014. Fall 2015. Spring 2016. Fall 2016. Fall 2017. Fall 2018
Reading Reading

Lecture 1 - Class Overview. Review of static equilibrium
Solution videos: Example 1.1; Example 1.2; Example 1.3; Example 1.4; Example 1.5; Example 1.6; Example 1.7

Lecture 2 - Normal stress and strain
Animations and demos: Strains in rods
Solution videos: Example 2.1; Example 2.2; Example 2.3; Example 2.4; Example 2.5; Example 2.7

Lecture 3 - Shear stress and strain
Animations and demos: Strains in rods
Solution videos: Example 3.1; Example 3.2; Example 3.3; Example 3.4; Example 3.5; Example 3.6; Example 4.2
Solution videos: Example 4.3; Example 4.4; Example 4.5

Lecture 4 - Mechanical properties

Lecture 5 - General definitions of stress and strain
Animations and demos: Linear superposition of strains
Animations and demos: Negative Poisson's ratio
Solution videos: Example 5.1; Example 5.2; Example 5.3; Example 5.4; Example 5.5; Example 5.6; Example 5.7
Solution videos: Example 5.8; Example 5.9

Lecture 6 - Axial deformation
Solution videos: Example 6.1; Example 6.2; Example 6.3; Example 6.4; Example 6.5; Example 6.6; Example 6.7
Solution videos: Example 6.8; Example 6.9; Example 6.10; Example 6.11; Example 6.12

Lecture 7 - Axial deformation (cont.)
Animations and demos: Indeterminate rods
Animations and demos: Thermal strains and stresses
Solution videos: Example 7.1; Example 7.2; Example 7.3; Example 7.4; Example 7.5; Example 7.7; Example 7.6

Lecture 8 - Axial deformation (cont.)
Animations and demos: Indeterminate trusses

Lecture 9 - Axial deformation (cont.)

Lecture 10 - Torsion
Animations and demos: Torsion in circular shafts
Solution videos: Example 8.1; Example 8.2; Example 8.3; Example 8.5; Example 8.6; Example 8.7; Example 8.8

Lecture 11 - Torsion (cont.)

Lecture 12 - Torsion (cont.)

Lecture 13 - Equilibrium of beams
Solution videos: Example 9.1; Example 9.2; Example 9.3; Example 9.4; Example 9.5; Example 9.6; Example 9.7
Solution videos: Example 9.8; Example 9.9; Example 9.11; Example 9.12; Example 9.13; Example 9.14; Example 9.15

Lecture 14 - Equilibrium of beams (cont.)

Lecture 15 - Strain and stress in beams
Solution videos: Example 10.1; Example 10.2; Example 10.3; Example 10.4; Example 10.5; Example 10.6
Solution videos: Example 10.7; Example 10.8; Example 10.9; Example 10.10; Example 10.11; Example 10.12
Solution videos: Example 10.14; Example 10.15

Lecture 16 - Strain and stress in beams (cont.)

Lecture 17 - Shear stress in beams
Animations and demos: Shear stress in beams

Lecture 18

Lecture 19 - Deflection of beams

Lecture 20 - Deflection of beams (cont.)

Lecture 21 - Deflection of beams (cont.)

Lecture 22 - Deflection of beams (cont.)

Lecture 23 - Deflection of beams (cont.)

Lecture 24 - Transformation of stress

Lecture 25 - Principal stresses. Maximum shear stress - Mohr's circle

Lecture 26 - Mohr's circle. Absolute maximum shear stress

Lecture 28 - Thin wall pressure vessels

Lecture 29 - Stresses due to combined loads

Lecture 30 - Stresses due to combined loads (cont.)

Lecture 31 - Stresses due to combined loads (cont.)

Lecture 32 - Failure theories

Lecture 33 - Failure theories (cont.)

Lecture 34 - Energy methods

Lecture 35 - Energy methods (cont.)

Lecture 36 - Energy methods (cont.)

Lecture 37 - Introduction to finite element methods

Lecture 38 - Introduction to finite element methods (cont.)

Lecture 39 - Introduction to finite element methods (cont.)

Lecture 40 - Buckling of columns

Lecture 41 - Buckling of columns (cont.)


(x) Finding Mechanics of Materials in your daily life: an optional fun activity!
ME323 - Mechanics of Materials Laboratory
Spring 2018. Fall 2018.
Reading Reading
(1) Tensile and Poisson's ratio tests.

(2) Photo-elasticity test.

(3) Torsion test.

(4) Three-point bending test.

(5) Combined loading test.

(6) Column buckling test.
Reading
ME263 - Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Spring 2017.
Mechanical Vibrations
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