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MAE 101 syllabus

MAE 101 syllabus - Mechanical Aerospace Engineering...

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Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department MAE 101: Statics and Strength of Materials Spring 2011 Instructor: Prof. W.S. Klug, [email protected] , (310) 794-7347 Office Hours : M, W, 10:30am–12:30pm, in 48-121B Engineering IV TAs: Mo Bai, [email protected] Shankarjee Krishnamoorthi, [email protected] Office Hours : TBD TBD Lecture: M,W 2:00PM–3:50PM BOELTER 3400 Discussion 1A: F 2:00PM–3:50PM BOTANY 325 Discussion 1B: F 2:00PM–3:50PM DODD 146 “Required” Text: Bedford, Fowler, and Liechti, Statics and Strength of Materials . Many of our examples in class, and some homework problems will be taken from this text. Alternate Texts: These #1-bestsellers in Germany were recently translated to English. Both are available in the bookstore, or for free download at www.springerlink.com from any ucla.edu IP address (or using the VPN, https://www.bol.ucla.edu/services/vpn/ ). 1. Gross, Hauger, Schr¨oder, Wall, and Rajapakse, Engineering Mechanics 1: Statics , Springer, 2009 2. Gross, Hauger, Schr¨oder, Wall, and Bonet, Engineering Mechanics 2: Mechanics of Materials , Springer, 2011 Course Website: Handouts, homework, announcements, and other info will be communicated through CourseWeb, located at http://courseweb.seas.ucla.edu .
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