ENGR224 Strength of Materials
Department of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics: Engineering
- I. Course Number and Title
- ENGR224 Strength of Materials
- II. Number of Credits
- 3 credits
- III. Number of Instructional Minutes
- IV. Prerequisites
- ENGR222 (C or better) must be completed prior to taking this course.
- V. Other Pertinent Information
- VI. Catalog Course Description
- This course introduces students to the basics of strength of materials. Topics include: loading; statically indeterminate structures; temperature and prestrain effects; shear force and bending moment; axial, shear, bearing and bending stresses; deflection of beams; and buckling of columns.
- VII. Required Course Content and Direction
Course Learning Goals
- analyze the theory behind and the applications of the analysis of strength of materials;
- analyze axial, lateral, and torsional loading of shafts and beams;
- analyze statically indeterminate structures, and temperature and prestrain effects; and
- apply the theory learned to the analysis of shear force and bending moment in beams; axial, shear, bearing and bending stresses; deflection of beams; and buckling of columns.
Planned Sequence of Topics and/or Learning Activities
The following topics are presented:
- stress and strain
- axial, lateral, and torsional loading of shafts and beams
- statically indeterminate structures
- temperature and prestrain effects
- shear force and bending moment in beams
- axial, shear, bearing and bending stresses
- deflection of beams
- buckling of columns
Assessment Methods for Course Learning GoalsThe evaluative tools may include any or all of the following as specified by the individual instructor's syllabus: objective examinations, research reports, laboratory reports, online activities and discussion, quizzes, projects, and papers.
Reference, Resource, or Learning Materials to be used by Student:Students use educational resources as approved by the department and specified in the individual instructor's syllabus.
Approval/Revision Date: Approved 12/2011; New Core 8/2015