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CEE 108 Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UCLA Fall 2011 Instructor : Dr. Kuo-Yao (Matt) YUAN --- PhD, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UCLA 2009 Office: Boelter Hall 5732L E-mail: [email protected] Office Hour: Monday & Wednesday 02:00 ~ 04:00 PM (or appointment by e-mail) Teaching Assistant : Judy YANG (PhD student) Office: Life Sciences 2804 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hour: Tuesday & Thursday 01:00 ~ 03:00 PM (or appointment by e-mail) Lecture Time and Location : Monday & Wednesday, 12:00 ~ 01:50 PM at Boelter Hall 5249 Discussion Time and Location : 1A: Friday, 08:00 ~ 09:50 AM at Boelter Hall 5264 1B: Friday, 02:00 ~ 03:50 PM at Boelter Hall 5273 Midterm Exam : 11/02 (Wed), 12:00 ~ 01:50 PM at Boelter Hall 5249 No make-up exam will be given. Final Exam : 12/06 (Tuesday), 11:30 AM ~ 02:30 PM at Boelter Hall 5249 No make-up exam will be given.
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Homework Policy : 1. Homework is given in class and due one week after. (Any change of due date will be
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Unformatted text preview: announced in class) 2. Please submit the hardcopy of your homework on time in class. LATE homework will NOT be accepted. 3. Derivation and solutions should be neat and organized (use of engineering paper is preferred). Poor homework organization and presentation may result in the deduction of your homework grades. 4. Make sure your name and student ID are written on your homework answer sheet before you turn it in. All submitted homework and exams must be strictly your own. If there is any reason to believe that work has been copied or done in collaboration with another student, university regulations may be invoked as regards punitive action. The instructor reserves the right to assign a grade of F for the specific work or the entire course. Grade Basis : Homework 18% (9 homework assignments) Midterm 32% Final 50% Textbook (required) : Russell C. Hibbeler, “Mechanics of Materials “, 8 th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall 2010....
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