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This course covers deformation and internal forces that exist in a solid body when subjected to external loads. The concepts of stress, strain, and constitutive behaviors are discussed. Students are taught to solve problems of loading on solid bodies under axial, torsion, bending and buckling loading conditions. The concepts of principal stresses and strains are used to solve problems involving multi-directional loadings. Students use Mohr’s Circle to solve the problems.
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