ENGR1610-A Statics & Strength Of Materls    (Summer 2013)

Course Details
Course Description
About The Instructor(s)
Course Details

Session, Dates: 7 (06/03/2013 - 07/27/2013)

Days: T

Time: 06:00 - 10:00 pm

Location: Moon Campus

Room: John Jay 117

Seats Available: 21 Seats

Credits: 3

Course Description

The first part of this course called Statics covers the application of the principles of engineering mechanics to problems involving equilibrium of particles and solids. Topics include resulants, equilibrium, friction, trusses, center of gravity, and moments of inertia. The second part of this course called Strength of Materials introduces the principles of mechanics necessary for the solution of engineering problems relating to strength, stiffness, and material selection. Topics covered include stress, strain, torsion, beams, columns and combined stresses at a point. 3 credits

Prerequisites: MATH2070, PHYS1210 and PHYS1215 or Concurrent

About The Instructor(s)

Tony L. Kerzmann, Ph.D.

Co-Director, SEMS-ROC, STEM Education and Outreach
SEMS - ROC, STEM Education and Outreach

Coordinator, Mechanical Engineering

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

412-397-5449 phone
412-397-2593 fax
John Jay 291