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Description: A set of video lectures by Dr David Dye for the MSE203 Mechanical Behaviour: Continuum Mechanics course at Imperial College London. The lectures include how to deal with stress states in materials, defining stress tensors and examining how to rotate them, using both tensor rotations and Mohr's circle. Examples are given showing how to analyse stresses in simple bodies like shafts and pressure vessels. Then the lectures cover strain, elasticity and how to measure strains by diffraction. This is followed by anisotropic elasticity, particularly in crystalline materials. The course finishes by studying yielding and yield criteria.
Keywords: stress analysis • stress state • stress tensor • stress transformations • Mohr's Circle • principal stresses • isotropic • anisotropic • elasticity • strain • yield criteria • yield surfaces
Categories: Science approaches > Modelling & simulation
Processes > Shaping > Deformation
Testing, analysis & experimentation > Stress analysis
Created by: Dr David Dye, Imperial College London
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Date created: 09 January 2014
Date added: 22 January 2015
Resource ID: 3803