Students in upper-level Engineering classes such as Fluid Mechanics often find themselves faced with over 60 pages of reading a week in addition to assigned problems and exam preparation. Since the reading of the...
Thermal Science laboratory is the third course in the sequence of four mechanical engineering laboratories offered by the Department of Mechanical Engineering at North Carolina A&T State University. The course is one...
A Comprehensive Laboratory Curriculum in Single Degree of Freedom (S-D-F) Vibrations Phase I - Working Model Experiments
A package of experiments for examination of the Single-Degree-of-Freedom Vibration Systems is proposed for national adoption. The comprehensive and robust package will examine the Dynamic Characteristics of Free and...
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...
Understanding the Effect of Residual Stresses on Surface Integrity and how to Measure them by a Non-Destructive Method
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...
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