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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...
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...
Nowadays, in the context of smart materials, spatially varying material properties (such as occurs in functionally graded materials) are being investigated. Also, structures with varying cross sectional areas have been...
In teaching the theory of solid mechanics of metallic materials there are basically two kinds of stresses that a component can be subjected to. The first are the applied stresses generated from a loading condition that...
In teaching an introduction to the finite element method at the undergraduate level, a prudent mix of theory and applications is often sought. At the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), the four year course of study...
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