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Learning Statics a Foundational Approach
Statics is a pivotal course, whose concepts serve as the building blocks for future courses in engineering, mechanics of solids and design in particular. There is a common disappointment among many educators in the...
Design Project Design for an Elementary Strength
Our goal is to enable deeper learning by undergraduate engineering students via experience with an open-ended design project. In addition to knowledge, comprehension, and application, engineering design requires...
Why the Balance Principle Should Replace the Reynolds Transport Theorem
The finite control volume equations for mass, momentum, and energy are important topics in introductory fluids mechanics courses for engineering students. In most contemporary U. S. textbooks these equations are derived...
Investigating Impulse Loading Using Model Rocketry
A project is presented that uses experimentally determined thrust data for a commercial model rocket engine to investigate impulse loading relations. Certain model rocket engines approach impulse loading; completely...
Teaching Multi-Body Dynamics in an Undergraduate
Typical undergraduate mechanical engineering curricula in North America do not include a course in multi-body dynamics. A rigid body dynamics course covering single-body kinetics is usually completed in early semesters,...
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