Statics-Strength of Materials (MECH 340)
Statics and strength of materials is a part of physics known as mechanics: forces, components, resultants, equilibrium, friction, centroids, and stress/strain relationships. Dynamics will be introduced. Covers strength of materials; the concepts of stress and strain, axial stress and deformation, thermal stress and deformation, stress concentrations, factor of safety, torsional stress and deformation, beam stresses, combined stress, riveted joints, welded joints, and Mohr's circle. Pre-Requisites: MATH 120 or MATH 126 or MATH 216 or MATH 220 or ACT 26 in MATH and PHYS 211 OR PHYS 241. Typically Offered Fall, Spring, Summer
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