Who is this class for: You will need to have successfully completed my earlier courses “Mechanics of Materials I: Fundamentals of Stress and Strain and Axial Loading,” “Mechanics of Materials II: Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels and Torsion,” and “Mechanics of Materials III: Beam Bending” in order to be successful in this course.


Created by:   Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE

    Taught by:    Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE, Senior Academic Professional

    Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
LevelIntermediate
Commitment2 weeks of material; 5 to 7 hours per week work for students
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 of 59 ratings

The Mechanics of Materials course series is a must for any engineer. The material is presented in a logical and straight forward manner with applications to the real world. Dr. Whiteman is truly a a great teaching Professor!

Excellent Course! It would be awesome to have more advanced topics covered in future courses if it's ever in your plans. i.e. Lateral Torsional Buckling, Strain Energy, Fatigue, Composite Material Failure Theories, Anisotropic Materials, Local stresses due to bolts, bolt groups, etc. You are the man!

First of all a very very big thanks for providing such a great course with the great professor, really he way of teaching is great and I can easily understand all the module.

The course really good.

I had so much fun finishing this course!