Solid Mechanics Engineering

Solid mechanics is a major branch of mechanical engineering, and such sciences as structural engineering are rooted in the principles of solid-state engineering. This engineering branch uses numerical, mathematical and experimental methods to study the behavior of materials and mechanics of objects under various dynamic and static forces.

Research in this field is mainly based on fracture, material strength, and structural analysis, rigid and flexible mechanics, numerical methods based on finite element and composites.

The application of this trend in the industry is very widespread and is used in all kinds of industries for the production and design of machinery and components, their vibration and dynamics, and the control of systems, medical technologies and structures, and in all other fields that are related to design and Body-related analysis.


1- Hydrodynamic

The tendency of mechanical engineering is to design and analyze machines, rigid bodies, industrial structures, and types of ships and vital arches under the loads due to movement and vibrations of water and other materials, taking into account the dynamics of fluids and complex phenomena such as currents Disturbed, shock waves at supersonic velocities, and irregular systems.


2- Vibration analysis

Vibration analysis involves processing of environmental signals, studying the characteristics of structures vibration from the structural dynamics point of view and the analysis of random vibration and analysis of impact, rotary and intermittent loads and earthquake-induced vibrations and its effect on the structure, probabilistic and dynamic modeling of the response of different types of structures By simulating the basic vibration signals and stable and unstable probabilistic response models and estimating the types of response spectra.


3- Thermal analysis

Analyzing the mechanical behavior of objects and structures from the point of view of material Strength, Failure Mechanics, Nonlinear Analysis of Shifts and Deformations, Axial and Shear Stresses and strains of different types of structures (bridges under the effects of air and fire temperatures, large-scale concrete dams and problems caused by thermal cracking, etc.) and machinery under thermal fields and calculating and analyzing the combined effects of thermal and vibration stresses and other stresses caused by different forces


4- Strength analysis

The analysis of stress and resistance and the probability of failure is a part of the strength of materials that are used to increase the reliability of structures and machinery under various types of dynamic and mechanical forces. Calculations and numerical mathematical analysis of finite element and calculation of the final limit of resistance of structures and pre-failure structures under various types of vibratory and cyclic loads and other loads in this area.


5- rigid body dynamics

Rigid body dynamics is a branch of mechanical science that examines the motion and forces on bodies assuming rigidity of objects and a combination of kinematic and dynamical knowledge of objects (the study of the time and projection of propulsion).


6- Impact

The study of the analysis of the types of impact from the viewpoint of the type of load modeling (unit blow, sinusoid, triangular, rectangular, step and linear, etc.) and dynamic analysis of the object and analysis of the stresses and strains caused by the impact load and calculation of the maximum response of the structure in this area.


7- Durability

The physical and chemical durability of a structure or object in the environment, under dynamic and mechanical loads. Analysis and estimation of the useful life of structures under various dynamic and alternating loads considering the corrosion, wear and other hazards and the durability of various materials such as concrete using advanced and modern technologies are included in this field.


8- composites

Composite is the macroscopic composition of two or more distinct substances with a definite common interface between them. Analyzing the resistance of all kinds of composites to different types of forces and stresses and estimating the useful life of these materials using analytical systems and smart sensors are included in this field.