Sylabus - ENGINEERING 1200 W05 STATICS AND ELEMENTARY...

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E NGINEERING 1200 – W05 S TATICS AND E LEMENTARY S TRENGTH OF M ATERIALS Instructor: Dr. Zhen Chen Office: E2504 Engineering Building East (EBE) Office Hours: MW: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Help Sessions: MWF: 10:00 – 11:00 am in Room E3511 EBE Teaching Assistant: Bryan Bewick Office: W1052F EBE (Enter through W1052C) Office Hours: MTWR 3:00 – 5:00 pm Help and Problem-Solving Session: M 5:00 – 6:00 pm E3509 EBE Phone: 882-4270 Email: [email protected] Teaching Assistant: Adam Brown Office: 33 EBN Email: [email protected] Objective: To study the fundamental theory and applications of engineering mechanics. Students successfully completing this course will: recognize the way in which simple systems resist forces and moments; be able to simplify a complex force/stress analysis problem down to one that can be analyzed; understand the fundamentals of analysis of mechanical elements and structural members often encountered in engineering practice. Textbook : Engineering Mechanics- STATICS , R.C. Hibbeler (10 th Edition). Please bring your textbook to class. WebCT : https://courses.missouri.edu/ ----- Visit site and check course resources and your email regularly Prerequisite/Corequisite : Math 1500 / Phys 2750 Suggestions for meaningful learning : Read the assigned pages prior to class. Participate in class and make an effort to think with me; do not hesitate to ask questions. If you cannot follow, let me know.
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