DAILY SCHEDULE

ME 354 – Fall 2022

This page is set up to provide you with links to course material that is directly related to each class period. Please use this as a guideline for your daily work in the course.

WEEK 1

WEEK 2

Monday, August 29 See the schedule from Friday, August 26…we’re a little behind on the syllabus but will catch up. The Lecture 3 (August 26) quiz will be due at 11:59 pm on Wednesday, August 31. We will skip the Lecture 4 quiz. Wednesday, August 31 Again, see the schedule from August 26 because we’re still a little behind. We’ll start to catch up on Friday, but will skip the Lecture 5 quiz and resume with Lecture 6 (will be due Wednesday, September 7). Friday, September 2 Read sections 5-8 to 5-11 of the Shigley text Review video solutions to the example problems Complete homework problem 5-19 from the Shigley text Complete the Lecture 6 (September 2) quiz on Gradescope

WEEK 3

Monday, September 5

WEEK 4

Wednesday, September 14 Read sections 6-10 and 6-19 of the Shigley text Stress concentrations can be visualized using photoelasticity Review video solutions to the example problems Complete homework problems 6-10 and 6-14 from the Shigley text

WEEK 5

Monday, September 19 Read sections 6-11 to 6-13 and 6-19 of the Shigley text Watch the videos of cyclic loads for page 62 (Former NCAA champion sprinter) and page 63 (Sprint champion Jarryd Wallace) in the lecture notes Review video solutions to the example problems Complete homework problem 6-17 from the Shigley text Complete the Lecture 12 (September 19) quiz on Gradescope Wednesday, September 21 Read sections 6-13 and 6-19 of the Shigley text Review video solutions to the example problems Complete the Lecture 13 (September 21) quiz on Gradescope Friday, September 23 Read sections 6-16 and 6-19 of the Shigley text Review video solutions to the example problems Complete the Lecture 14 (September 23) quiz on Gradescope Complete homework problems 6-43, 6-48, 6-54, and 6-57 from the Shigley text

WEEK 6

Wednesday, September 28 Read section 7-8 of the Shigley text Review video solutions to the example problems Complete the Lecture 16 (September 28) quiz on Gradescope Complete homework problems 7-41 and 7-45 from the Shigley text

WEEK 7

Wednesday, October 5 This lecture will be an opportunity for Exam 1 review Exam 1 will be held from 8-10 pm See exam details on the course website Friday, October 7 No class – Evening exam make-up

WEEK 8

Monday, October 10 Friday, October 14 Read section 10-12 of the Shigley text Watch this video showing the difference between garage door extension springs and torsion springs; you can see why a torsion spring might be advantageous by watching a torsion spring breaking And you can also watch the making a large torsion spring Review video solutions to the example problems Complete the Lecture 22 (October 14) quiz on Gradescope

WEEK 9

Monday, October 17 Read sections 2-1 to 2-8 of the Shigley text Complete the Lecture 23 (October 17) quiz on Gradescope Complete homework problems 2-2 and 2-6 from the Shigley text Wednesday, October 19 Read sections 2-9 to 2-22 of the Shigley text Complete the Lecture 24 (October 19) quiz on Gradescope Complete homework problems 2-12 and 2-22 from the Shigley text

WEEK 10

Wednesday, October 26 Read section 11-6 of the Shigley text Review video solutions to the example problems Example 35 Example 36 Example 37 Example 38 (you can access the Timkin catalog here) Note: FR for the bearing on the right side of the shaft should be 72.4 kN, not the value shown in the video. FR for the bearing on the left side of the shaft is also incorrect in the video. Complete the Lecture 27 (October 26) quiz on Gradescope Complete homework problems 11-23 and 11-28 in the Shigley text Friday, October 28 Read sections 12-1 to 12-6 of the Shigley text Complete the Lecture 28 (October 28) quiz on Gradescope

WEEK 11

Monday, October 31 Read sections 12-7 to 12-12 of the Shigley text Review video solutions to the example problems Complete the Lecture 29 (October 31) quiz on Gradescope Complete homework problems 12-2 and 12-3 in the Shigley text Friday, November 4 Read sections 13-13 to 13-17 of the Shigley text Complete homework problems 13-40 and 13-43 in the Shigley text

WEEK 12

Monday, November 7 Read Chapter 14 of the Shigley text See how gear failures look due to bending Review video solutions to the example problem Complete the Lecture 32 (November 7) quiz on Gradescope Complete homework problem 14-25 in the Shigley text Wednesday, November 9 This lecture will be an opportunity for Exam 2 review Exam 2 will be held from 8-10 pm See exam details on the course website Friday, November 11 No class – Evening exam make-up

WEEK 13

Monday, November 14 Read Chapter 14 of the Shigley text See how gear failures look due to surface fatigue Review video solutions to the example problem Complete the Lecture 35 (November 14) quiz on Gradescope Complete homework problems 14-26 and 14-27 in the Shigley text

WEEK 14

Wednesday, November 23 No class – Thanksgiving break Friday, November 25 No class – Thanksgiving break

WEEK 15

Monday, November 28 Read Section 8-4 of the Shigley text Watch this example of the difference between torque vs. tension Complete the Lecture 39 (November 28) quiz on Gradescope

WEEK 16 (the “quiet period”)

Friday, December 9 This lecture will be an opportunity for Final Exam review See exam details on the course website

FINALS WEEK

Monday, December 12 The Final Exam will be 3:30-5:30 pm in CL50. See exam details on the course website.