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Equilibrium of particles, rigid bodies, frames, trusses, beams, columns; stress and strain analysis of rods, beams, pressure vessels. E MCH 210 E MCH 210 Statics and Strength of Materials (5) This course is a combination of E MCH 211 and E MCH 213. Students taking E MCH 210 may not take E MCH 211 or 213 for credit, or vice versa. Students will learn how forces and moments acting on rigid and deformable bodies affect reactions both inside and outside the bodies. Students will study the external reactions, and their inter-relationships; the discipline of statics (E MCH 211), as well as the associated internal forces and deformations, quantified by their corresponding stresses and strains; the discipline of strength of materials (E MCH 213). The student will be able to analyze and design simple structural components based bon deflection, strength, or stability. Students will be prepared to analyze and design simple structures and take upper division courses in mechanics of materials and structural analysis and design. Students will communicate their analysis through the use of free-body diagrams and logically arranged equations.




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Equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies, frames, trusses, beams, columns; stress and strain analysis of rods, beams, pressure vessels. E MCH 210H E MCH 210H Statics and Strength of Materials, Honors (5) This honors course is a combination of E MCH 211 and E MCH 213. Students taking E MCH 210H may not take E MCH 211 and 213 for credit, or vice versa. The same general topics are covered as in E MCH 210, but in a more advanced fashion and with more advanced applications. Students will learn how forces and moments acting on rigid and deformable bodies affect reactions both inside and outside the bodies. Students will study the external reactions, and their inter-relationships - the discipline of statics (E MCH 211), as well as the associated internal forces and deformations, quantified by their corresponding stresses and strains - the discipline of strength of materials (E MCH 213). The student will be able to analyze and design simple structural components based on deflection, strength, or stability. Students will be prepared to analyze and design simple structures and take upper division courses in mechanics of materials and structural analysis and design. Students will communicate their analysis through the use of free-body diagrams and logically arranged equations.


EMCH 302H is a required course for engineering science students. This course presents the fundamental principles of classical thermostatics, thermodynamics, and heat transfer with relevant engineering applications. The students are expected to develop skills necessary to apply these principles to common engineering problems involving properties of matter, energy, non-reacting mixtures, and energy transport. The classical thermostatics and thermodynamics instruction will typically take 9 weeks. Control volume analysis techniques are introduced for closed and open systems undergoing both quasi-static and dynamic processes. The techniques are applied to analyze common power and refrigeration cycles, including gas and vapor systems. Diffusion in fluid and solid mixtures will also be considered. Special attention will be devoted to the notions of Helmholtz and Gibbs free energies as well as enthalpy. Use and significance of these concepts constitutive theories of gas, fluid, and solid materials systems will be discussed. The heat transfer component of the course will typically take 4 weeks. Instruction on heat transfer, will cover the three classical modes of heat transfer: conduction, convection, and radiation. Heat exchangers and heat transfer from extended surfaces are presented at a very basic level. Two weeks will be devoted to an introduction to statistical thermodynamic concepts in which a thermodynamic system is viewed as an ensemble whose state can be characterized in phase space. Enough background will be provided to compare and contrast the classical and statistical notions of entropy.


Mechanical response measures and design theories for engineering materials; elastic and plastic response as affected by stress, strain, time, temperature. E MCH 315 E MCH 315 Mechanical Response of Engineering Materials (2) The main goal of E MCH 315 is to present mathematical models to describe mechanical behavior of materials and develop skills relevant to understanding the mechanical response of an engineering design using realistic materials. Engineering analysis is emphasized by introducing various material responses to external factors including static loading, cyclic loading, and elevated temperatures. The student will gain a broad base in this area that serves as a foundation for subsequent employment in systems design and testing, or further study in engineering analysis, mechanical design, materials engineering or materials selection. E MCH 315 is an extremely useful and versatile class that has many applications in all engineering disciplines. The general topics include: elastic, viscoelastic, plastic, and creep deformation; temperature effects, stress based failure criteria for ductile and brittle material behavior; creep rupture; fracture mechanics prediction of brittle failure; and failure by fatigue. 076b4e4f54


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