Activity within the Cabinet for mechanics and strength of materials includes development of analytical and numerical methods in mechanics of deformable bodies and continuum mechanics.
In order to make audience closer to the unknown mechanical principles, during lectures of Mechanics, Technical mechanics, Mechanics I and II, Strength of materials and Tunnelling we use experiments to demonstrate basic physical phenomena.
For this reason, numerous models to show mechanical phenomena during class are made. Besides that, measurement devices for stretching (1) and twisting (2) to quantify these phenomena are used. In the stress and strain analysis of deformable bodies the methods of experimental mechanics are applied: photoelasticity (3) and tensometry. Also we use numerical programs Crisp and Plaxis (4).
|Analytical procedure and test method
|Small and medium sized equipment