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STR134 - Engineering Mechanics
Engineering mechanics covers the fundamental concepts and methods of analyzing statically determined structures. Topics include: moments and couples, free body diagrams, component polygons, 2–D and 3–D vector representation of forces, static equilibrium of rigid bodies, engineering structures and points in space, analysis of internal and external forces in structures, and properties of cross–sectional areas. Calculus–based problems are the focus of this course.
Credit Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 2
Lecture Hours: 2