MSE 206 - Mechanics for MatSE
Statics and mechanics of materials concepts pertinent to the fields of materials science and engineering: force resultants; stresses and strains produced in elastic bodies; microscopic effects of different loading states (tension, compression, torsion, and bending) on deformable bodies; beam stresses and deflections; three-dimensional stresses and strains. Course Information: Credit is not given for both MSE 206 and TAM 251. Prerequisite: MATH 241 and PHYS 211. Credit or concurrent enrollment in CS 101 or CS 125, and MATH 225 or MATH 415, and MSE 201.
|Mechanics for MatSE||AD1||43379||OD||0||1300 - 1350||F||Jessica Anne Krogstad|
|Mechanics for MatSE||AD2||57449||OD||0||1400 - 1450||F||Jessica Anne Krogstad|
|Mechanics for MatSE||AD3||60424||OD||0||1900 - 1950||R||Jessica Anne Krogstad|
|Mechanics for MatSE||AL1||36224||OLC||4||1400 - 1550||M W||Jessica Anne Krogstad|