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Course Name
Turkish Deneysel Mekanik
Course Code
MAK 611 Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 3 1 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Süreyya Ergün Bozdağ
Course Objectives 1. To give basic information about experimental stress analysis.
2. To make students learn about the methods of experimental stress analysis
3. To teach the Wheatstone bridge circuit and Strain gage application technique
4. To teach Stress Analysis with the data processing
Course Description Stress, Two-Dimensional Stress State at a Point, Principal Stress, Stress-Strain Relations, Strain and Displacement, Principal Strains and Mohr’s Strain Circle, Methods of Experimental Stress Analysis, Measurements Systems, Electrical resistance strain gages, The principle of measuring the electrical resistance strain gage, Strain Gage configurations and classification, Operations in preparation for strain gage bonding and measurement, Gage Factor and cross-sensitivity coefficient, Wheatstone bridge circuit, Full, half and quarter-bridge circuits Wheatsone, Strain gage based force, pressure, acceleration sensors, and potentiometers, Strain Gage Rosette and data analysis, Shunt calibration resistor,photoelasticity, optical measurement methods
Course Outcomes Students who successfully complete this course obtains fundamental information and ability to use on
1. Strain gage application and measurement technique
2. Measurement methods used in experimental mechanics
3. The received data to account stress
4. The design and application of strain gage-based transducers
Required Facilities
Textbook -Strain Measurements and Stress Analysis, Akhtar S. Khan, Xinwei Wang, , Prentice Hall, 2001
Other References - Formulas for Stress, Strain, and Structural Matrices, Walter D. Pilkey, Wiley, 2004
- Experimental Stress Analysis, James W. Dally, William F. Riley, Mc Graw Hill, 2009
-Modern Experimental Stress Analysis, James F. Doyle, Wiley, 2004
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