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Theory of Engineering Structures

Course Code:
18TIK
Academic Degree:
master
Study Programme:
Technology in Transportation and Telecommunications (N 3710)
semesterlanguagestudy field / specialization
1czech flagDS Transportation Systems and Technology - 3708T009
Form of Study:
full-time
Credits:
4
Number of Hours:
2 + 1 hours per week - in full-time study
Type of Course:
obligatory
Course Completion:
credit, exam
Course Tutor:
 
roh  Lectures:
prof. Ing. Ondřej Jiroušek, Ph.D.
roh  Training Course:
Ing. Petr Koudelka, Ph.D.
Ing. Petr Zlámal, Ph.D.
Supervising Department:
Department of Mechanics and Materials (16118)
Keywords:
geometric-deformation relations in elasticity, plane strain, plane stress, axisymmetric problems, bending theory of thin and thick plates, numerical methods of solution of bending of plates, shell theory and shell structures.
Abstract:
The course builds upon the knowledge gained in basic mechanics courses in bachelor study (especially Statics and Elasticity) in the field of mathematical theory of elasticity. Emphasis is placed on plane and axisymmetric problems, as well as on the calculation of stress and strain in plates and shells. Students are further acquainted with methods of modeling the behavior of subsoil used in the design of line structures.
Objectives:
Deepening the knowledge of mathematical theory of elasticity in particular in stress and strain analysis of plates, walls and shells. In the area of solving plane problems and axisymmetric problems. Basic orientation in solving problems of mechanics using numerical methods and in the problems of soil-structure interaction.