3 semester

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The discipline

Modern experimental mechanics

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Course of study, specialty

2, specialty 1-31 80 04 «Mechanics»

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Term of study

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Amount of credits

3

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Lector

D.Sc., prof.  А.V. Bogdanovich

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Objectives of the discipline

Formation of social knowledge on the application of modern methods of experimental mechanics to determine the mechanical characteristics of materials, structural elements, friction pairs and tribo-fatigue systems of different classes working under static, variable, dynamic loads, friction, combined and extreme effects.

The student must be able to:

–        apply the acquired knowledge to the experimental determination of the mechanical characteristics of materials, structural elements, friction pairs and tribo-fatigue systems of different classes working under static, variable, dynamic loads, friction, combined and extreme effects.

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Prerequisites

Strength of materials, elasticity theory, solid mechanics

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Discipline contents

Strain gauges, methods and means of tensometry.

Methods of photoelasticity and photoelastic coatings.

Interference moiré.

Holographic and laser speckle-interferometry.

Method of brittle coatings.

Methods for determining of residual stresses.

Complex experimental-calculation methods for stress analysis.

Experimental mechanics of composite materials.

Experimental fracture mechanics.

Determination of the characteristics of mechanical properties of structural materials under static and impact loading.

Test methods and equipment for the hardness of metals and alloys.

Test methods and equipment for determining of fatigue resistance characteristics of structural materials.

Friction and wear tests for materials.

Methods and equipment for wear-and-fatigue tests. SI-series machines. SZ-01 test center.

Corrosion-mechanical fatigue and corrosion-mechanical wear.

Determination of the strength of materials for structural elements under extreme conditions.

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Recommended literature

Experimental mechanics: in 2 books. Trans. from English. Ed. A. Kobayashi. – Мoscow: The World, 1990. – Book 1. – 616 p. – Book 2. – 552 p.

Troshchenko V.T., Sosnovskiy L.A. Fatigue resistance of metals and alloys. Handbook in 2 volumes. – Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1987. – V. 1. – 510 p.

Sosnovskiy L.A. Fundamentals of tribo-fatigue. – Gomel: BelSUT, 2003. – V.1. – 246 p.; V.2. – 235 p.

Composite materials: handbook / V.V. Vasilyev, V.D. Protasov, V.V. Bolotin and others; ed. V.V. Vasilyeva, Yu.M. Tarnopolsky. – Мoscow: Machine building, 1990. – 512 p.

Handbook of tribotechnics / Under the gen. ed. M. Hebda, A.V. Chichinadze. – In 3 v. V.1. Theoretical basis. – Мoscow: Machine building, 1989. – 400 p.

Strength of materials and structural elements under extreme conditions. In 2 v. / Ed. G.S. Pisarenko. – Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1980. – V.1. – 535 p. – V.2. – 771 p.

Sosnovskiy, L.A. Crack resistance: monograph / L.A. Sosnovsky, A.V. Bogdanovich. – Gomel: BelSUT, 2011. – 366 p.

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Teaching methods

Lectures with presentations, laboratory works

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Language

English

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Conditions (requirements), current control

– checking test;

– test;

– laboratory works reports.

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Certification form

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