Lecturer(s)


Hokr Milan, doc. Ing. Ph.D.

Course content

Lectures 1. Repetition of terms and principles of solid mechanics, 1D stress 2. Derivation of stress tensor, properties and interpretation 3. Derivation of strain tensor, properties and interpretation 4. Principal values and directions of stress and strain tensors 5. generalized Hooke's law 6. equations and formulation of boundary value problems in elasticity (part 1) 7. equations and formulation of boundary value problems in elasticity (part 2) 8. distribution of stress in technical problems  bending and torsion 9. energetic (variational) methods in elasticity 10. mass, momentum and energy consevation principles in fluid mechanics, hydrostatics 11. fluid kinematics, flow equations, constitutive relations 12. first and second law of thermodynamics 13. state equation of ideal gas 14. entropy, enthalpy Exercises 1. onedimensional problems, statically determinate trusses 2. continuously distributed loading 3. statically indeterminate problems 4. threedimensional elasticity 5. torsion of axisymmetric body 6. beam bending  distribution of force and momentum 7. beam bending  deformation 8. Castigliano method for trusses 9. Castigliano method for beams 10. hydrostatic pressure and floatation of objects 11. fluid in acceleration field 12. force effects of flow 13. .examples on state equation 14. .examples on thermodynamic quantities

Learning activities and teaching methods

Monological explanation (lecture, presentation,briefing), Taskbased study method
 Class attendance
 56 hours per semester
 Home preparation for classes
 14 hours per semester
 Preparation for credit
 10 hours per semester
 Preparation for exam
 20 hours per semester

Learning outcomes

Derivation and application of basic equation of elasticity theory. Technical problems  torsion and bending. Formulation of boundary value problems. Introduction to variational methods. Basics of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics.
The subject provides basic orientation in selected parts of physics necessary for later specialized study  understanding the processes, quantities and equations.

Prerequisites

none

Assessment methods and criteria

Combined examination
To get a credit active participation on excercises and passing two tests during the semester is required. The exam is written composed of two parts, problem solutions and theoretical questions.

Recommended literature


Brdička, Samek, Sopko. Mechanika kontinua. Academia, Praha, 2000.

GOULD, H. a TOBOCHNIK J. Statistical and Thermal Physics.

Maršík F.:. Termodynamika kontinua. Praha, 1999.

Stříž, B. a kol. Metodická příručka z pružnosti a pevnosti. Skriptum VŠST, Liberec 1991, ISBN 8070830646. Liberec, 1991.
