CE 515 Advanced Strength of Materials
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Fundamentals of stress, strain and deformation, linear elastic theory, elastic bodies: isotropic, anistropic and orthotropic constitutive equations; St. Venant's classical theory of torsion: non-circular bars, thin-walled open sections, thin-walled single-cell tubes, multi-cell thin-walled tubes; unsymmetric bending and transverse shear, shear flow and shear center in thin-walled sections, nonlinear beam, shear deformation of beams, curved beams; stress concentration, beams on elastic foundations, introduction to plasticity theory, and introduction to fracture mechanics. 3 credit hours..



Dr. Tasnim Hassan, Professor
Dept. of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering
North Carolina State University
Mann Hall 416
Campus Box 7908
Raleigh, NC 27695-7908

Phone: (919) 515-8123
Fax: (919) 515-7908
Email: thassan@eos.ncsu.edu
Instructor Website: https://www.ccee.ncsu.edu/people/thassan/

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