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STRENGTH OF MATERIALS (Mech E Tutorial)

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Nov18-05, 10:02 AM
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http://physics.uwstout.edu/StatStr/S...0OF%20MATERIAL

The above link has become inactive (the author, Robert Foley has apparently retired), but another professor has put the course notes into a pdf.
http://www.uwstout.edu/faculty/scott...sStrengths.pdf
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This looks very interesting. Thanks!
prodigy27c
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Could have used that a couple of years ago when I was at uni. Refreshing though, thanks.

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STRENGTH OF MATERIALS (Mech E Tutorial)

Another tutorial on mechanics of materials.

http://me.queensu.ca/courses/mech422/Notes422.pdf
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Dec11-05, 04:48 PM
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Nice discussion of basics of solid mechanics

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Solid_Mechanics
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May13-07, 03:52 PM
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Equivalent force systems: Distributed loads
http://em-ntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/...e10/note10.htm

The analysis of trusses
http://em-ntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/...e12/note12.htm

from Engineering Statics (EngM 223)
http://em-ntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/EM223/Intro.htm

See also -
Mechanics of Elastic Bodies (EngM 325)
http://em-ntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/Em325/intro.html

Engineering Dynamics (EngM373)
http://em-ntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/EM373/Intro.htm
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May13-07, 07:37 PM
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Hey Astronuc,

Those are very good finds!, especially where it says: "the math you need to know", students should check out that, before learning the material.
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May13-07, 07:46 PM
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I agree. It certainly helps to see the layout and the background needed. It might help students to understand the relevancy of the math they are taking in preparation for the engineering courses.
ItsDaKronic
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Great links astronuc.. if you have anymore material.. please do share..
Iclaudius
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http://web.mst.edu/~mecmovie/index.html

nice little resource for strength of materials,

enjoy!
ben.tien
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this is incredible. thanks a lot


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