Intro: Engineering Mechanics

Subject: Fabrication
$45
Taught by Matthew B.
  1. Saturday October 26, 3:15 - 6:15 PM
  2. Sunday October 27, 3:15 - 6:15 PM

Mechanics is the study of the behavior of bodies subjected to forces. This class introduces the student to the basic concepts underlying mechanics (forces, moments, stress and strain), and presents them with simple tools to apply to their own projects.

Prerequisites: Basic Algebra skills required.

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rhd...@uh.edu - Saturday, 19 October at 18:42

Does this class span two days or do I pick one?

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rhd...@uh.edu - Saturday, 19 October at 18:42

Also, can my gf come to audit, or does she need to enroll for the course to be able to come with me?

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barrett - Saturday, 19 October at 23:00

The class is two days. Day 1 is some basics, static analysis, and maybe kinematics. Day 2 covers kinematics, stress and strain, and deflection of beams.

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