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Nov1805, 10:02 AM

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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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Nov2405, 10:45 PM

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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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Dec405, 09:42 PM

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STRENGTH OF MATERIALS (Mech E Tutorial) 



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May1307, 03:52 PM

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Equivalent force systems: Distributed loads
http://emntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/...e10/note10.htm The analysis of trusses http://emntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/...e12/note12.htm from Engineering Statics (EngM 223) http://emntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/EM223/Intro.htm See also  Mechanics of Elastic Bodies (EngM 325) http://emntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/Em325/intro.html Engineering Dynamics (EngM373) http://emntserver.unl.edu/NEGAHBAN/EM373/Intro.htm 



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May1307, 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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May1307, 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.




#9
Jan2610, 05:02 AM

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Great links astronuc.. if you have anymore material.. please do share..




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Mar3111, 04:29 AM

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#11
May612, 11:44 PM

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this is incredible. thanks a lot



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