ETG 3533C Section 2997 - Applied Engineering Strengths of Materials
This course will continue to prepare the student for the field of engineering technology and/or a related science. The course will focus on specialized, practical knowledge related to more advanced mathematical, scientific or technical aspects of mathematics, science and engineering. Relationships between external forces and action of members of a structure will be covered. Topics include stress, shear, moment, deflections, column and beam connections and Mohr’s Circle.
Prerequisite: ETG 2502.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
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