Course ID: 
IBUSE>THEORYELPL 
Course title: 
THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY 
Semester: 
1 / Winter 
ECTS: 
4 
Lectures/Classes: 
15 / 15 hours 
Field of study: 
Civil Engineering 
Study cycle: 
2nd cycle 
Type of course: 
compulsory 
Prerequisites: 

Contact person: 
prof. dr hab. inż. Paweł Śniady; pawel.sniady@upwr.edu.pl 
Short description: 
Spatial problems of the theory of elasticity, a description of the displacements, strains and stresses. Basic equations of the theory of elasticity. Plane problems of the theory of elasticity. 
Full description: 
Spatial problems of the theory of elasticity, a description of the displacements, strains and stresses. Basic equations of the theory of elasticity. Plane problems of the theory of elasticity. The Airy stress. Thin plate theory and methods for solving rectangular plates. Fundamentals of the theory of plasticity. Compressive, tensile and flexural strength of plastic rod. United boundary beams and frames 
Bibliography: 
W.D. Pikey, W. Wunderlich, Mechanics of Structures, CRC Press Ragab A.R., Bayoumi S.E.: Engineering Solid Mechanics. Fundamentals and Applications, CRC, Boca Raton 1999 Stein E., Barthold F.J.: Elastizit¨atstheorie, Hannover 2004 
Learning outcomes: 
Knowledge He knows the equations of the theory of elasticity, the relationship between displacements, deformations and stresses knows generalized Hooke's law. He knows the theory of thin plates and methods for solving rectangular plates. Understand the foundations of the theory of plasticity. He knows the methods of solving systems of rods in the states borders. Skills He can formulate equations and relationships in the theory of elasticity. It can determine the state of displacement and effort in thin rectangular plates. Rod systems are able to solve the elasticplastic. It can set the load limit in systems rod. Social competence (attitudes) Demonstrates understanding of rationality in the design of complex structures using the elastic and plastic reserves. 
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: 
grade obtained at classes (50%) + grade obtained at lectures (50%) 