# Minimum Potential Energy - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are:Minimum Potential Energy, Principle of Virtual Work, Finite Element Method, Displacement by Interpolation, Network of Nodes, Nodal Displacement, Virtual Displacement Field, Linear Algebraic Equations

# Principle of Minimum Potential Energy - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are:Principle of Minimum Potential Energy, Potential Energy of System, Displacement Field, Chosen Parameters, Boundary Conditions, Polynomial Function, Algebraic Equations, Theory of Beam Bending, Kinematic A...

# Airy Stress Function - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are:Airy Stress Function, Method in Elasticity, Bending of Beam, Concentrated Force, Traction Free Boundary, Constant Shear Stress, Bottom Surfaces, Boundary Condition, Integral of Shear Stress, Applied Force

# Stress in Solid - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are:Strain in Solid, Arbitrary Fiber, Undeformed Configuration, Fiber Direction, Displacement Vector, Position of Particle, Deform Gradient Tensor, Rigid Body Rotation, Cauchy-Green Strain, Symmetric Tensor

# Concepts of Stress in Continuum - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are:Concepts of Stress in Continuum, Arbitrary Plane, Normal Stress, Normal Vector, Shear Stress, Force Equilibrium, Balance of Linear Momentum, Application of Newton’s Law, Displacement Vector, Total Inertia...

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# Airy Stress Function - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are:Airy Stress Function, Method in Elasticity, Bending of Beam, Concentrated Force, Traction Free Boundary, Constant Shear Stress, Bottom Surfaces, Boundary Condition, Integral of Shear Stress, Applied Force

# Application of Index Notations - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are:Application of Index Notations, Vector and Tensor Algebra, Kronecker Delta, Matrix Form, Dot Product of Vectors, Cross Product of Vectors, Magnitude of Cross Product, Direction of Cross Product, Base Vectors

# Base Tensors - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are:Base Tensors, Mathematical Background, Rules of Operation, Tensor Product of Vectors, Tensor Dyad, Dyadic Form, Matrix Forms, Vector Products, Index Notation, Components of Tensor, Definition of Reflection

# Boundary Value Problems - Advanced Mechanics of Solids - Lecture Notes

The main points in these lecture notes are: Boundary Value Problems, Equilibrium Equations, Linear Elasticity, Displacement Based Method, Kinematic Equations, Navier Displacement Equation, Hooke’s Law, Stress Based Solution Methods, Distortional Term

# Fracture mechanics Contact mechanics - Solid Mechenics - Dr.Sameer Adeeb - Lecture 3 of 11

In this lecture,Dr. Samer Adeeb,tells us about the solid mechanics is fundamental for civil and mechanical engineering, for geology, and for many branches of physics such as materials science.3 of 11

# Principle of Virtual Work - Solid Mechenics - Dr.Sameer Adeeb - Lecture 7 of 11

In this lecture,Dr. Samer Adeeb,tells us about the elastically – When an applied stress is removed, the material returns to its undeformed state. Linearly elastic materials, those that deform proportionally to the applied load, can be described by...

# Plasticity Bending - Solid Mechenics - Dr.Sameer Adeeb - Lecture 5 of 11

In this lecture,Dr. Samer Adeeb,tells us about the one of the most common practical applications of solid mechanics is the Euler-Bernoulli beam equation.5 of 11

# Hooke's law Material failure theory - Solid Mechenics - Dr.Sameer Adeeb - Lecture 9 of 11

In this lecture,Dr. Samer Adeeb,tells us about the heat within the material resulting in a hysteresis loop in the stress–strain curve.9 of 11

# Fluid mechanics - Solid Mechenics - Dr.Sameer Adeeb - Lecture 8 of 11

"In this lecture,Dr. Samer Adeeb,tells us about the Viscoelastically – These are materials that behave elastically, but also have damping: when the stress is applied and removed, work has to be done against the damping effects8 of 11"