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The Higher Canadian Institute for Business
and Engineering Technology
Quality Assurance Unit
Course Specification
Course Name: Strength of Materials]
Course Code: MECH 271
I. Basic Course Information
Major or minor element of program Manufacturing Engineering :
Department offering the course : Mechanical Engineering
Academic level: Second year
Semester in which course is offered: Fall Semester
Course pre-requisite(s): ENGR 113
Credit Hours: 3 Hrs
Contact Hours Through: 5 Hrs
Lecture
2
Tutorial*
1
Practical*
2.0
Total
5
Approval date of course specification: September 2014
II. Overall Aims of Course
Types of external loads and its effect on the solid material. The stresses due to
axial, lateral and torsional loads, beams and beams types and how to draw the
normal, shear and bending moment diagrams. Mechanical testing and training.
III. Program ILOs covered by course
Program Intended Learning Outcomes (By Code)
Knowledge &
Intellectual Skills
Professional Skills
Understanding
K3,K4,K19
I1,I2,I7
P1,P3,P6
General
Skills
Gc
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The Higher Canadian Institute for Business
and Engineering Technology
Quality Assurance Unit
Course Specification
IV. Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)
a. Knowledge and Understanding
On completing the course, students should be able to:
K3. Characteristics of engineering materials related to the discipline.
K4. Principles of design including elements design, process and/or a system related to specific
disciplines.
K19. Engineering design principles and techniques
b. Intellectual/Cognitive Skills
On completing the course, students should be able to:
I1. Select appropriate mathematical and computer-based methods for
modeling and analyzing problems.
I2. Select appropriate solutions for engineering problems based on analytical
thinking.
I7. Solve engineering problems, often on the basis of limited and possibly
contradicting information.
c. Practical/Professional Skills
On completing the course, students should be able to:
P1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, information technology, design, business
context and engineering practice integrally to solve engineering problems.
P3.Create and/or re-design a process, component or system, and carry out specialized
engineering designs.
P6. Use a wide range of analytical tools, techniques, equipment, and software packages
pertaining to the discipline and develop required computer programs.
d. General and Transferable Skills
On completing the course, students should be able to:
Gc. Communicate effectively.
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The Higher Canadian Institute for Business
and Engineering Technology
Quality Assurance Unit
Course Specification
V. Course Matrix Contents
Main Topics / Chapters
Centre of gravity, centroids
1- and moment of inertia of
areas.
2- Stress for axial loads.
3- Strain for axial loads.
4- Shear stresses and strains.
Shear forces and bending
5moments in beams
Bending and shearing stresses
6in beams
[Deflection in beams due to
7bending]
[Deflection in beams due to
8- bending]
9101112-
[Combined stresses ]
[Combined stresses]
[Columns ]
[Columns]
[Introduction to failure
13theory]
[Introduction to failure
14theory]
Net Teaching Weeks
Duration
(Weeks)
Course ILOs Covered by Topic
(By ILO Code)
K&U
I.S.
P.S.
G.S.
1
K3,K4
I1,I2
P1,P6
Gc
1
1
1
K19
K19
K4,K19
I1,I2
I1,I2
I7
P3,P6
P3,P6
P1
Gc
Gc
Gc
1
K19
I2,I7
P1,P6
Gc
1
K3,K19
I1,I7
P6
Gc
[1]
K3,K4
I2,I7
P1,P6
Gc
[1]
K3,K4
I2,I7
P1,P6
Gc
[1]
[1]
[1]
[1]
K4,K19
K4,K19
K3,K4
K3,K4
I1,I7
I1,I7
I2,I7
I2,I7
P1,P3
P1,P3
P3,P6
P3,P6
Gc
Gc
Gc
Gc
[1]
K3,K4
I1,I2
P1,P6
Gc
[1]
K3,K4
I1,I2
P1,P6
Gc
14
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The Higher Canadian Institute for Business
and Engineering Technology
Quality Assurance Unit
Course Specification
VI. Course Weekly Detailed Topics / hours / ILOs
Week
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Total
Hours
Sub-Topics
Centre of gravity, centroids and moment
3
of inertia of areas.
Stress for axial loads.
5
Strain for axial loads.
5
Shear stresses and strains.
5
Shear forces and bending moments in
5
beams
Bending and shearing stresses in beams
5
Midterm Exm
Deflection in beams due to bending
5
Deflection in beams due to bending
5
Combined stresses
5
Combined stresses
5
Columns
5
Columns
5
Introduction to failure theory
5
Final Exam
Total Teaching Hours
63
Contact Hours
Theoretical
Practical
Hours
Hours*
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
2
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
39
24
Teaching/Learning
Method
Lectures & Seminars
Tutorials
Computer lab Sessions
Practical lab Work
Reading Materials
Web-site Searches
Research & Reporting
Problem Solving /
Problem-based Learning
Projects
Independent Work
Group Work
Case Studies
Presentations
Simulation Analysis
Selected
Method
VII. Teaching and Learning Methods
√
√
√
√
Course ILOs Covered by Method (By ILO Code)
K&U
K3,K4,K19
K3,K4,K19
K3,K4,K19
K3,K4,K19
Intellectual
Skills
I1,I2,I7
I1,I2,I7
I1,I2,I7
I1,I2,I7
Professional
Skills
P1,P3,P6
P1,P3,P6
P1,P3,P6
P1,P3,P6
General
Skills
Gc
Gc
Gc
Gc
Others (Specify):
4
The Higher Canadian Institute for Business
and Engineering Technology
Quality Assurance Unit
Course Specification
Selected
Method
VIII. Assessment Methods, Schedule and Grade Distribution
Course ILOs Covered by Method
(By ILO Code)
Assessment
Method
K&U
I.S.
P.S.
G.S.
Midterm Exam
Final Exam
Quizzes
Course Work
Report Writing
Case Study
Analysis
Oral
Presentations
Practical
Group Project
Individual
Project
Others
(Specify):
√
√
√
√
K3,K4,K19
K3,K4,K19
K3,K4,K19
K3,K4,K19
I1,I2,I7
I1,I2,I7
I1,I2,I7
I1,I2,I7
P1,P3,P6
P1,P3,P6
P1,P3,P6
P1,P3,P6
Assessment
Weight /
Percentage
Gc
Gc
Gc
Gc
20
50
20
10
Week
No.
7
15
IX. List of References
Essential Text Books

Course notes
Recommended books 
Periodicals, Web sites, 
etc …
 Mechanics of Materials , Beer / Johnston
 Publisher : McGraw-Hill
Lecturers notes and slides
None
None
X. Facilities required for teaching and learning
List the facilities required
 White board and Data show
Course coordinator:Dr Tarek Madbouly
Head of Department: Dr.Hamdy Hussien
Date: Sep.2014
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