## Final Exam

The final exam is attached. I will be posting the solutions and then the results in subsequent posts, since it does not appear that the system allows more than one attachment at a time.## Final lecture notes - take 2

Looks like the blog didn't like me adding an attachment, so the last post only appears to have the syllabus and not the lecture notes. I am reattaching to this post.

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## Chapter 15 homework assignment solutions

Solutions to the Chapter 15 homework assignment are attached.

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## Final lecture notes

Lecture notes from last night's final lecture are attached. Note that on the first and last slide (syllabus slides), the lecture is associated with "handouts". The "handouts" are just these lecture notes. Interested readers can find much of the information from the lecture in the book by I. M. Ward and D. W. Hadley listed on the full syllabus, which is also attached. There is also some information on linear viscoelasticity in the Dowling book, chapter 15.

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## Chapter 13 homework assignment solutions

Solutions for the chapter 13 homework assignment are attached.

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## Question on Chapter 13 homework assignment

I received the following question via email:

I am a little confused about how to deal with Ramberg Osgood stress strain curves when trying to set up a curve for moment versus edge strain and I have a similar problem with Torsion. Is it possible to break the Ramberg Osgood curve into an elastic section and a power hardening section, or does equation13.27 (the one with Beta's) have to be used? If equation 13.27 is the right way to go, how is it possible to eliminate yield stress from the equation and make the expression a function of edge strain?

Answer:

You don't have to have an explicit equation to make the plot. You have eq 13.27 relating M to edge stress, and then you have the ramberg-osgood equation, which you can use to calculate edge strain from edge stress.

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## Chapter 12 part 2 homework assignment solutions

The solutions to the second batch of homework problems from Chapter 12 are attached.

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## Lecture 7 notes

Lecture notes from last night's class on chapter 13 are attached.

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## Chapter 12 homework assignment part 1 -- solutions

Solutions for the homework that you just completed are attached.

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## Lecture 5 notes

I updated the slides I used during the last lecture on Monday to include information that I provided on the board. The slides are attached. Please note that the homework assignment includes a problem listed on slide 20 along with problems found at the end of chapter 12, as listed on the first and last slide (syllabus table).

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## Solutions to Mid-Term Exam

Those interested in the solutions to the problems on the mid-term exam, please see the attachment.

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