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2019/2020

Experimental Methods in Mechanics of Solids

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Code Completion Credits Range
W11A002 ZK 60
Lecturer:
Karel Doubrava, Jan Řezníček (guarantor), Pavel Steinbauer
Tutor:
Karel Doubrava, Jan Řezníček (guarantor), Pavel Steinbauer
Supervisor:
Department of Mechanics, Biomechanics and Mechatronics
Synopsis:

History of experiment, significance and position of theory, numerical methods and experiment, types of problem solving in engineering. Theory of experiment, modelling, similarity laws. Organisation of experiment, criteria for choice of experimental method. Measuring chain, instrument techniques and its characteristics. Measuring errors, interaction. Processing of measured data, assessment of results. Stochastic process and its characteristics. Experimental methods - strain gage techniques, photoelasticity, optical and interferometrical methods, application of thermal emission. Residual life analysis, method of acoustic emission. X ray measuring of strain. Transducers of mechanical quantities. Application in nontechnical branches.

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Study materials:

James F. Doyle and James W. Phillips, eds.: Manual on Experimental Stress Analysis ? Fifth

Edition, SEM - Society for Experimental Mechanics (http://courses.washington.edu/me354a/)

James W. Dally; William F. Riley: Experimental stress analysis, McGraw-Hill, New York,

Knoxville, Tenn.: College House Enterprises, 2005

Karl Hoffmann: An Introduction to Measurements using Strain Gages, HBM GmbH,

Darmstadt, Německo, 2000

Wojciech Szczepinski, ed.: Experimental Methods in Mechanics of Solids (Materials

Science Monographs, 51), Elsevier Science, 1990, ISBN-13: 978-0444988836

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