COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Strength of Materials * TMT   210 4 2 2 3

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof. Dr. Mehmet Serdar ÖZTEKİN
Instructors
Prof. Dr.MEHMET SERDAR ÖZTEKİN1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
Learn the concept of shear stress and strain, know stress strain relations, law of Hooke and types of stress,perform stress analysis, calculate stress on simple machine parts, know the concept of equivalent stress in unified stress state and applied theories and performs calculations
Content
Basic definitions. Normal and tangential stresses, relationship between stress and strain, Hooke law, deformation characteristics, elastic plastic deformation, voucher experiment and yield decline in tensile strength, modulus of elasticity and shear elastic-plastic deformation module, touch and drag stress, bending stress, shear stress and torsional shear stress, polar moment of strength and torque strength, calculation of the equivalent stress

Learning Outcomes
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
12345
1
Recognizes the basic concepts in science, engineering, general machinery and other socio-cultural issues in agriculture and acquires up to date information.
X
2
Knows the use and preservation possibilities of natural and the fossil energy sources in agricultural production.
X
3
Knows manufacturing methods of agricultural machinery and materials are.
X
4
Becomes conscious of the effects of global and societal context and understands the importance of entrepreneurship and innovation of Professional solutions and applications.
X
5
Knows the problems of the the main applications of agricultural machines, setting and maintenance in use of the field.
X
6
Applies appropriate models of sustainable production for mechanization in agricultural enterprises, creates an optimal chain of mechanization and operates.
X
7
Knows and applies at least one of the three dimensional drawing programmes.
8
Knows and applies the laws and regulations of agricultural machinery manufacturing.
9
Identifies problems that can be solved within the scope of mechanization in plant and animal production and selects the appropriate equipment.
X
10
Knows national, international project resources and their admission, application and monitoring processes.
11
knows the agriculture and agricultural machinery about the national-international regulations.
12
Knows and applies the design and manufacturing the 3d solid modelling
X
13
Selects the appropriate materials for agricultural machines.
X
14
Knows and applies the methods which improves them professionally.
X
15
Prepares the AR_GE project and desings and manufactures it.
X
16
Plans and manages the creation of jobs for agricultural machines in manufacture, marketing and service network, .
X
17
Has sufficient background in the field of Basic Engineering and Agricultural Engineering in general and Agricultural Machinery field in particular.
X
18
Assists agricultural machinery firms in AR_GE and technology innovation.
X
19
Learns a new application-oriented software design and Agriculture.
X
20
Makes contacts within the scope of current issues in agriculture sector, manufacturing industry, public institutions and representatives of chambers internship and undertakes responsibilities in various working environments.
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Definition of shear stress, normal stress, compression stresses, stress-strain relationship Preparation by using course notes
2 Introduction to voucher test, elastic-plastic deformation properties, modulus of elasticity, implementation of Hooke law Preparation by using course notes
3 Compression stress distribution and graphical representation of cross-sections, voucher calculation of stress and elongation, calculation of compression stress and elongation Preparation by using course notes
4 Introduction of bending stress, distribution of bending stress in cross section, definition of collapse Preparation by using course notes
5 Introduction and calculation of moment of inertia and strength, introduction and implementation of Steiner axis shift equation Preparation by using course notes
6 Vertical shear force and bending moment in beams, application of Ritter method and graphical method, calculation of bending stress and the collapse Preparation by using course notes
7 Introduction of the tangential stress, comparison of the tangential and normal stress, torque, rotational speed and power relationship Preparation by using course notes
8 Midterm exam Preparation by using course notes
9 Introduction of shear stress, cutting shear stress distribution, force and the shear modulus Preparation by using course notes
10 Torsional moment, influence of shape and angular rotation on torsion moment Preparation by using course notes
11 Polar moment of inertia and polar strength, calculation of torsional stress and angular rotation Preparation by using course notes
12 Combined stress, equivalent stress, calculation of the maximum equivalent stress by Rankine theorie Preparation by using course notes
13 Calculation equivalent stress by Coulomb maximum shear stress theory and maximum strain energy theories Preparation by using course notes
14 Stress concentration, notch effect Preparation by using course notes
15 Software used in strength of material Preparation by using course notes
16-17 Final exam Preparation by using course notes

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