Most of long-term engineering class projects require teamwork. Often, conducting projects increase the quality of classroom life and facilitate student learning. Sometimes, team projects hinder student learning and...
Human Bone Solid Mechanics Challenge: Functionally Graded Material Structure with Complex Geometry and Loading
This paper presents a series of solid mechanics challenges that are being developed to reinforce solid mechanics concepts and to illustrate the relationship between classical mechanics of solids and finite element...
When teaching dynamics, one of our goals is to expose future engineers to a variety of real-world problems and modern engineering tools. Historically, we have done this via example problems worked in class and homework...
Deflection of a Beam in Neutral Equilibrium la Conjugate Beam Method: Use of Support, Not Boundary, Conditions
Beams with flexural rigidity will deflect under loading. Is it possible to ascertain the deflection of a loaded beam in neutral equilibrium? The answer is yes according to the conjugate beam method, but a resounding no...
Research shows that students can significantly improve their understanding and retention of topics presented in an engineering course when discussions of theoretical and mathematical approaches are combined with...
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