Study Guide@lith
 

Linköping Institute of Technology

 
 
Valid for year : 2017
 
TMHL19 Advanced Material and Computational Mechanics, 6 ECTS credits.
/Avancerad material- och beräkningsmekanik /

For:   M   MEC  

 

Prel. scheduled hours: 82
Rec. self-study hours: 78

  Area of Education: Technology

Main field of studies: Mechanical Engineering

  Advancement level (G1, G2, A): A

Aim:
This course in advanced mate¬rial mechanics aims at the understanding and computational use of materials that are elastically anisotropic, flow plastically or show creep behaviour. After the course the students will be able to:
  • handle multiaxial stress and deformation states and understand how they are represented in Cartesian and polar reference systems,
  • understand and apply elastically anisotropic material properties and understand the principles of the mechanics of composite mechanics,
  • understand time-independent elastoplastic and time-dependent creep material behaviour and perform simple manual elastoplastic analyses in a ‚?~conceptual-design‚?T context, and
  • perform elastoplastic and creep analyses in a modern FEM environment and understand the particular computational implications and difficulties inherent in such analyses.


Prerequisites: (valid for students admitted to programmes within which the course is offered)
Multivariable analysis, fundamental solid mechanics (including FEM analysis) and fundamental materials technology. Deformation and fracture behaviour of materials (material and computational aspects), introduction to computational mechanics.

Note: Admission requirements for non-programme students usually also include admission requirements for the programme and threshhold requirements for progression within the programme, or corresponding.

Organisation:
Lectures, teaching classes, FEM laboratory work (computational assignments)

Course contents:
Continuum mechanical basis
Elastic anisotropy
Composite mechanics
Plasticity
Viscoplasticity/creep
Computational assignments
Elastic anisotropy
Plasticity; analysis of bending specimen
Plasticity: analysis of component
Plasticity: LCF-analysis of notched geometry
Creep: analysis of component


Course literature:
Gudmundson P: Material Mechanics, dept. of Solid Mechanics, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, 2006.
Gudmundson P: Material Mechanics, Exercises with solutions, dept. of Solid Mechanics, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, 2006. Alternative literature:
Stouffer D C, Dame L T: Inelastic deformation of metals, John Wiley & Sons, New York, USA, 1996.
Ottosen N S, Ristinmaa M: The mechanics of constitutive modeling, Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK, 2005.
Hertzberg R W, Vinci R P, Hertzberg J: Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials, John Wiley & Sons, New York, USA, 2012.


Examination:
Written examination
Written reports of the computational assignments
1 ECTS
5 ECTS
 



Course language is English.
Department offering the course: IEI.
Director of Studies: Daniel Leidermark
Examiner: Daniel Leidermark

Course Syllabus in Swedish

Linköping Institute of Technology

 


Contact: TFK , val@tfk.liu.se
Last updated: 03/30/2016