Course Name Code Semester T+U Hours Credit ECTS
Yapi Malzemelerinin Şekil Değiştirme Özellikleri INM 555 0 3 + 0 3 6
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Course Language Turkish
Course Level yuksek_lisans
Course Type Optional
Course Coordinator Prof.Dr. KEMALETTİN YILMAZ
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Course Assistants
Course Category Available Basic Education in the Field
Course Objective

Deformation properties of construction materials are of great importance in selecting and using materials. Thus, it is aimed to give the necessary information for the better explanation of the behaviors of these materials. It is aimed to give information about the behaviors of these materials that the students of structural engineering should need in designing and researching.

Course Content

İntroduction; needs for material science.Factors that cause reduction of strength.Mechanical behaviors of rigid bodies; elastic behavior, plastic behavior and viscoelastic behavior. Ideal bodies and mechanical models; elastic body (Hooke Model), rigid plastic body (Saint-Venant Model), elasto-plastic body, rigid elasto-plastic body, viscose body (Newton Model), viscoelastic body. Stress State: stress tensor, prime stresses and prime axes. Maximum shear stresses. Deformation state and constitutive equations, generalized Hooke's Law, finite deformation, viscoelasticity (Rheological Modeller); Kelvin body, Maxwell body, Burger body. Plastic behavior, plastic deformation, microplasticity of single crystals.Dislocations: Flow resistance in perfect crystal, types of dislocations, properties of dislocations, dislocation geometry, interaction of dislocations.Plastic shape change of multicrystalline metals.Strengthening procedures in metallic materials. The true strain-deformation diagram of steel. Fracture Criteria: Crisp behavior, ductile behavior, fracture hypotheses (Griffith theory, Tresca and Von Mises criterion), experimental determination of flow conditions. Fatigue behavior.

# Course Learning Outcomes Teaching Methods Assessment Methods
1 To be able to explain the needs of material science, the factors that cause the decrease of strength. Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing,
2 To be able to explain ideal bodies and mechanical models. Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing,
3 Stress tensor, prime stresses and prime axes, to be able to explain maximum shear stresses. Lecture, Testing,
4 Deformation state and constitutive equations, generalized Hooke's law, finite deformation, viscoelasticity (Rheological Modeller); Kelvin body, Maxwell body, Burger cismini. Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing,
5 Plastic deformation, explain the microplasticity of single crystals. Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing,
6 Dislocations: To be able to explain the flow resistance in perfect crystal, dislocation types. Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing,
7 Properties of dislocations, dislocation geometry, explain the interaction of dislocations. Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing,
8 Explain the plastic shape change of multicrystalline metals Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing, Homework,
9 Strengthening procedures in metallic materials, Explain the real tensile deformation diagram of steel. Lecture, Question-Answer, Drilland Practice, Testing, Homework,
10 Fracture Criteria: Be able to explain concepts such as brittle behavior, ductile behavior, fracture hypotheses (Griffith theory, Tresca and Von Mises criterion), experimental determination of flow conditions. Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing,
11 To be able to explain fatigue behavior Lecture, Question-Answer, Testing,
Week Course Topics Preliminary Preparation
1 Introduction; the needs of material science. Factors affecting the reduction of durability.
2 Mechanical behaviors of rigid bodies; elastic behavior, plastic behavior and viscoelastic behavior. Ideal bodies and mechanical models; elastic body (Hooke Model), rigid plastic body (Saint-Venant Model), elasto-plastic body, reinforced elasto-plastic
3 Stress State: Concepts related to Tender display, prime stresses and prime axes. Maximum shear stresses.
4 Deformation state and constitutive equations, generalized Hooke's law, finite deformation.
5 Viscoelasticity (Rheological Modeller); Kelvin body, Maxwell body, Burger body.
6 Plastic behavior: Plastic deformation.
7 Dislocations: Flow resistance in perfect crystal.
8 Types of dislocation, features of dislocation, geometry of dislocation, interaction of dislocations.
9 Microplasticity of single crystals.
10 Plastic shape change of multicrystalline metals.
11 Strengthening processes in metallic materials.
12 The true strain-deformation diagram of steel.
13 Fracture Criteria: Crispy behavior, ductile behavior.
14 Fracture hypotheses (Griffith theory, Tresca and Von Mises criterion), experimental determination of flow conditions. Fatigue behavior.
Resources
Course Notes
Course Resources

1. Courtney T.H., Thomas, Mechanical Behavior of Materials, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1990
2. Hertsberg W., Richard, Deformations and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials, (3rd ed.), John Wiley&Sons, 1989.
3. Mc Clintock and Argon, Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Addison Wesley, 1966.
4. Hayden, H.W., Moffat, W.G. ve Wulff, J., Malzemelerin Yapı ve Özellikleri, Cilt III, Mekanik Özellikler, (Çev: K. Onaran, B. Erman)", İTÜ İnş. Fak. Matbaası, 1988.

Order Program Outcomes Level of Contribution
1 2 3 4 5
1 ability to access wide and deep information with scientific researches in the field of Engineering, evaluate, interpret and implement the knowledge gained in his/her field of study X
2 ability to complete and implement “limited or incomplete data” by using the scientific methods. X
3 ability to consolidate engineering problems, develop proper method(s) to solve and apply the innovative solutions to them X
4 ability to develop new and original ideas and method(s), to develop new innovative solutions at design of system, component or process X
5 gain comprehensive information on modern techniques, methods and their borders which are being applied to engineering X
6 ability to design and apply analytical, modelling and experimental based research, analyze and interpret the faced complex issues during the design and apply process X
7 gain high level ability to define the required information and data X
8 ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams and to take responsibility to define approaches for complex situations
9 systematic and clear verbal or written transfer of the process and results of studies at national and international environments X
10 aware of social, scientific and ethical values guarding adequacy at all professional activities and at the stage of data collection, interpretation, and announcement X
11 aware of new and developing application of profession and ability to analyze and study on those applications
12 ability to interpret engineering application’s social and environmental dimensions and it’s compliance with the social environment
Evaluation System
Semester Studies Contribution Rate
1. Ara Sınav 60
1. Performans Görevi (Uygulama) 10
1. Performans Görevi (Seminer) 15
1. Ödev 15
Total 100
1. Yıl İçinin Başarıya 50
1. Final 50
Total 100
ECTS - Workload Activity Quantity Time (Hours) Total Workload (Hours)
Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours) 16 3 48
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14 2 28
Mid-terms 1 15 15
Final examination 1 15 15
Assignment 1 15 15
Performance Task (Laboratory) 1 15 15
Performance Task (Seminar) 1 15 15
Total Workload 151
Total Workload / 25 (Hours) 6.04
dersAKTSKredisi 6