|Oct29-09, 04:39 PM||#35|
Sources of Information on Engineering
I am currently maintaining a random (but useful) archive of (mostly mechanical) engineering references using Google Docs, which is an amazingly useful (and FREE) service.
Anybody can access it for free by going here:
Misc. Engineering References
It's an ever-growing work-in-progress. Please contact me if you have anything I can add to the collection.
|Oct29-09, 08:36 PM||#36|
|Feb19-10, 12:55 PM||#37|
Frontiers of Engineering:
Reports on Leading-Edge Engineering from the 2009 Symposium
|Feb24-13, 10:05 PM||#38|
My new website is up, which covers topics in structural engineering that are applicable to students across a wide range of disciplines, in particular students who are studying general civil engineering and mechanical engineering.
I am sharing undergraduate notes on structural engineering, which include statics, mechanics of materials, and classical structural analysis. We are in the process of transcribing our notes on some of the "design" courses that undergraduate civil engineering typically students take, such as reinforced concrete design, steel design, and timber design.
As far as graduate-level structural engineering, we so far have some very detailed notes on prestressed concrete.
You can find everything here:
My favorite topic, and a personal area of research is solid mechanics. On the website, please find our free textbook on solid mechanics (a.k.a. continuum mechanics), which is particularly useful for researchers that use finite element analysis software and want a better understanding of the physics. The textbook is written for graduate students or researchers in industry in the fields of structural engineering, mechanical engineering (the forum that I most often frequent on PF), and also bioengineering, as one of the areas of focus in the texbook is "hyperelasticity" - relevant for those researchers who use finite element analysis software to model the behavior of biological tissue or rubber.
P.S. - Mods, many of the links in this thread are dead. Just FYI
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