**Credits:** 4

**Lectures:** Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9:30 - 10:30 am, 2315 G. G. Brown Building

**Recitations:** Fridays, 2:30 - 4:30 pm, 2315 G. G. Brown Building

**Instructor:** Jerome P. Lynch, 2380 G.G. Brown `jerlynch@umich.edu`.

**Graduate Student Instructor:** Philip Park,
parkph@umich.edu.

**Office hours:** Sundays, 4:00 - 6:00 pm, 1371 G. G. Brown; Friday, 4:30 - 6:30 pm (2315 G. G. Brown)

**Textbook:**

- Mechanics of Materials, R. C. Hibbeler (Prentice Hall, 2008) - 7th Edition - Required

**Course requirements:**

- Regular attendance
- Weekly homework assignments
- Midterm exam (Friday, November 6, 2:30 pm - 1200 EECS and 1311 EECS)
- Final exam (Thursday, December 17, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm)

**Grading:** Homework 30%, midterm 30%, final 40%. These
weights are approximate; the right to change them later is reserved.

**Role of the Weekly Recitation Period:**

The two hours of the recitation period (2:30-4:30 pm) on Fridays are reserved for review of the course material with the Teaching Assistant. No new course material will be covered, unless otherwise stated by the instructor in class before the recitation period. While attendance in the Teaching Assistant’s review session is optional, it is strongly urged that you attend the session to enhance your understanding of course material and appreciation for its application to practical settings in engineering.

The instructor also reserves the right to use this recitation period for making-up missed classes (due to unavoidable travel of the instructor), catching-up with the course material (should we fall behind) and for reviewing material before the midterm and final exam. Should the recitation period be used for any of these purposes, the instructor will announce to the class that the recitation will be covering new material and attendance will be mandatory.

**Prerequisites:**

- CEE211 - Statics and Dynamics (strictly enforced)

**Catalog description:** Fundamental principles of solid and structural mechanics will
be presented. Application of the principles to civil engineering structures will be
emphasized. The course will further develop the concepts introduced in Statics and Dynamics
(CEE211). In particular, the notion of internal forces, and the concepts of stress and strain
will be introduced. Mechanical properties of solids will be discussed, and the notion of statical
indeterminacy will be introduced. The methods of structural analysis will be presented, including
those based on energy concepts.

- [Sept 5-09] Welcome to CEE212 Solid Mechanics
- [Sept 15-09] Midterm Rooms are 1311 and 1200 EECS

- Course Outline
- Course Schedule
- Class 1 - Principles of Statics
- Class 2 - Stress on Solids
- Class 3 - Shear Stress and Allowable Stress Design
- Class 4 - Strain in Solids
- Class 5 - Introduction to Material Properties
- Class 6 - Stress-Strain of Different Materials
- Class 7 - Material Strain Energy and Poisson's Ratio
- Class 8 - Introduction to Axial Members
- Class 9 - Indeterminate Axial Members
- Class 10 - Stress Concentrations
- Class 11 - Introduction to Torsion Members
- Class 12 - Behavior of Rod and Shafts in Torsion
- Class 13 - Plastic Response of Torsion Members
- Class 14 - Introduction to Bending
- Class 15 - Drawing Shear and Moment Diagrams Quickly
- Class 16 - Flexural Properties of Beams
- Class 17 - Unsymmetric Beams
- Class 18 - Composite Beams Including R/C Flexural Elements
- Class 19 - Stress Behavior in Beams - Elastic and Plastic
- Class 20 - Introduction to Transverse Shear
- Class 21 - Shear Stress in Bending Beams
- Class 22 - Concept of Shear Flow in Built-up Sections
- Class 23 - Shear Flow in Thin Walled Elements and Shear Center
- Class 24 - Combined Loadings and Resulting Stress
- Class 25 - Plane Stress Transformation
- Class 26 - Principal Stresses
- Class 27 - Introduction to Mohr's Circle
- Class 28 - Stress Variations in Beam & Maximum Shear
- Class 29 - Introduction to Bending Beams
- Class 30 - Beam Displacement - Integration and Moment Area Method
- Class 31 - Statically Indeterminate Beams
- Class 32 - Introduction to Columns
- Class 33 - Euler's Formula for Slender Columns
- Class 34 - The Secant Formula
- Class 35 - Introduction to Energy Methods
- Class 36 - Strain Energy of Loaded Elements

- Recitation Session 1
- Recitation Session 2
- Recitation Session 3
- Recitation Session 4
- Recitation Session 5
- Recitation Session 6
- Recitation Session 6 - Part II (Midterm Review)
- Recitation Session 7
- Recitation Session 7 - Part II (Parallel Axis Thm)

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- Homework #2 - [Solutions]
- Homework #3 - [Solutions]
- Homework #4 - [Solutions]
- Homework #5 - [Solutions]
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