ENGR 302 Engineering Mechanics I: Statics

Equilibrium of bodies under the action of forces. Force systems and resultants; equilibrium of mechanical systems; trusses, frames, and machines; centroids and centers of mass; shear and moments in beams; hydrostatics; friction; and virtual work. Introduction to mechanics of solids and computer analysis of structures, as time permits. Emphasis on solving practical engineering problems in complete, documented style.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

Grade of "C " or better in PHYS 205 or MA 233.

Faculty

Keeffe, Mary | Mullen, Terence |

Offered

AnnualSpring Semester