Subject: Strength of Materials (06 - GG15)


Basic Information

CategoryTheoretical-methodological
Scientific or art field:Deformable Body Mechanics
InterdisciplinaryNo
ECTS8
Native organizations units

Chair of Technical Mechanics
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2005..


Course which have preconditioned courses Strength of Materials

Course idMandatoryMandatory
Metal Structures 1YesYes
Theory on Plates and ShellsYesYes
The objective of the course is enabling students to analyse stresses and deformations occurring in structural elements, as well as to solve statically determinate and indeterminate problems. Dimensioning of structural elements.
The acquired knowledge enables students to recognize and analyse stress conditions and deformations for elastic bodies on whose basis they can perform the dimensioning of elements. Students are capable to individually solve problems in the field of strength of materials.
Stress analysis. Stress tensor. Main stresses. Extreme values of tangential stresses. Deformation analysis. Deformation tensor. Hook`s law. Planar stress condition and planar deformation condition. Conditions for compatibility. Hypotheses on strength of materials. Geometric characteristics of flat cross sections. Main momentums of inertia. Axially loaded pole. Statically indeterminate tasks in axially loaded poles. Torsion. Statically indeterminate tasks in torsion. Girder bending. Inclined bending and eccentric pressure. Cross section core. Statically indeterminate beams. Deformation work method. Betty-Maxwell`s theorems. Castigliano`s theorems. Maxwell-Moore`s method. Verescagin`s method. Solving statically indeterminate systems. Euler`s method for stability analysis. Critical bending limits for some characteristic cases. Limitations for Euler`s patterns. Tetmajer`s method. Impact load. Hypothesis on failure.
Lectures. Auditory practice. Consultations. In lectures, the theoretical part of the course content is presented and complemented by characteristic examples. In practice, additional tasks are completed to broaden the lecture content. Regularly, in previously determined terms, consultations are held every week. Course content is divided into three modules: first module (stress, deformation, axially loaded pole) and second module (torsion, bending) and third module (buckling, deformation work) which can all be passed separately. If one does not take modules to pass, they can take written examination which is eliminatory. On passing the modules or written examination, students have to pass the oral examination. Oral examination is obligatory.
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
V. BrčićOtpornost materijala1978Građevinska knjiga, BeogradSerbian language
S. TimosenkoOtpornost materijala1972Gradjevinska knjiga, BeogradSerbian language
T. AtanackovićTeorija elastičnosti1993FTN Novi SadSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
TestYesYes10.00
TestYesYes10.00
Exercise attendanceYesYes2.00
Final exam - part oneNoYes70.00
HomeworkYesYes5.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes3.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Novaković Branislava
Full Professor

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Žigić Miodrag
Assistant Professor

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Ožvat Sanja
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