CE 206* - Solid Mechanics
Instructor: LTC Steven D. Hart
Location: Online Asynchronous See Details Below
Credit Hours: 3
A study of the behavior of non-rigid bodies when subjected to external tension, compression, bending, torsional loads, or a combination of these loads. Development of mathematical expressions that relate external loads, member properties, and internal stresses, strains, and deflections. Includes elastic and plastic stress theory, energy methods, generalized stress and strain relationships, and buckling theory. Prerequisite(s): MA 124 and one of the following: CE 203, CE 272, or ME 201 with a minimum grade of C
Remote Summer Session II Delivery Method: Asynchronous
All materials will be recorded/printed and available through Canvas. Instructor will be available by email, Canvas messaging, or by cellular telephone 24 hours a day.
Technology needed: Internet and phone access only
Software needs: Standard VMI software only - Canvas, internet browser, Microsoft Office Suite
Textbook: No print textbook is required. Electronic learning materials will be provided through Canvas.
Final Exam: July 23rd 8-11 a.m.