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Introduction to Engineering Mechanics

Course Summary

This course is based on Multimedia Engineering Mechanics of Materials made available by University of Oklahoma.
This introductory course in mechanics of solids is based on the multimedia ebook developed in University of Oklahoma. The material include case studies, examples and simulations with visually appealing graphics for illustration purposes. The case studies are useful for relating theory to real world engineering applications. Topics covered include stress and strain, torsion, shear and moment in beams, beam stresses, beam deflections, advanced beams, stress analysis, strain analysis and columns. (Video lectures are not available for this course but it includes very good course content)

Reading Material

1. Mechanics of solids and structures
Mechanics of solids and structures, by David W. A. Rees, published by Imperial College Press, 2000, ISBN 1860942180, 9781860942181
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