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Title: MSAE E4215 Mechanical Behaviour of Structural Materials


1
MSAE E4215Mechanical Behaviour of Structural
Materials
  • Lecturer I. C. Noyan
  • Text Herzberg, 4th Edition-Deformation and
    Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials

2
In this class we will study the response of
engineering materials to applied loads and
displacements under diverse conditions.
3
We will try to understand why different
materials respond differently to stress and
strain, and how can we modify the mechanical
response.
4
GOALS
  • At the end of this class, you will have a basic
    understanding of the processes/parameters that
    govern the mechanical response of engineering
    materials.
  • You will also be able to do simple variants of
  • Stress and strain calculations in elastic and
    plastic loading regimes.
  • Basic fracture and fatigue lifetime calculations.

5
Teaching Style
  • I believe in interactive teaching and will ask
    questions during lectures.
  • Your responses will enable me to know you over
    the semester.
  • If you do not know the answer, feel free to say
    I do not know.
  • These questions link the lecture material to the
    real world and may help give you a better
    perspective of what we are doing.
  • This is a survey class each chapter really
    deserves its own course and has its own textbooks
    and monographs. Feel free to read more.
  • I am going to assume that you know ALL the
    material in Callister. Do review it if you need
    to.

6
Exams, grades, etc.
  • Midterm (25)
  • Final (40)
  • Make-up policy Only oral make-up exams will be
    given to those with valid excuses.
  • Term paper presentations (25).
  • Homework Assigned and due weekly-10 Late
    homework loses 25 of points every day.
  • Office Hours by appointment only.
  • Contact info
  • 212-854-8919 (day) /914-238-4832(day)
  • icn2_at_columbia.edu

7
Term Paper
  • Involves mechanical design, materials selection,
    manufacturing plan and sales price.
  • Must be simple
  • Kitchen knife,
  • Invalid crutch,
  • Baseball bat,
  • Golf ball,
  • Golf club,
  • Glass table, etc.
  • You may work in pairs (2 persons per PAIR)
  • By the end of the second week you must give me a
    project schedule.
  • There will be a full term paper, and for those
    who are at Columbia, a 15 minute presentation.
  • The presentation will aim at raising venture
    capital.
  • The class will vote on whether it will be funded
    or not.
  • CVN students do not need to do the presentation,
    unless they wish to record a video and send it
    in.

8
Term Paper Basics
  • The term paper should take a simple structure
    from concept to manufacture.
  • You must do the business case, material
    selection, mechanical analysis, fabrication and
    distribution plans.
  • The report contains everything in sufficient
    detail such that it can serve as a starting point
    for a real company copies of powerpoint slides
    will not do.
  • The presentation is just your business case and
    highlights of the technical side. It must include
    net cost and net profit numbers.

9
Syllabus
Topic Chapter
Elasticity 1
Elasticity, Plasticity 1,2
Plasticity, Dislocations 2
Slip, Twinning 3
Strengthening Mech. 4
Creep, Polymers 5,6
Polymers, Fracture 6,7
Fracture 7,8
Fracture, Midterm 1-8
Spring Break
Fracture 9-10
Fracture, 10,11
Fatigue 12,13,14
Presentations
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The schedule is a guideline it will be modified
as needed.
  • References
  • Mechanical Metallurgy, 2nd ed., George E. Dieter
  • Mechanical Behaviour of Materials, T. H. Courtney
  • Fracture Mechanics, Fundamentals and
    Applications, T. L. Anderson
  • They will be placed in reserve.
  • I will post weekly lecture notes.

11
Requirements
  • You must have, or have access to a computer.
  • The textbook is required.
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