Mechanics Of Deformable Bodies

Host University

Old Dominion University

Semester

Summer 2024

Course Number

CEE 202

CRN

CRN 33457

Credits

3

Discipline

Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering

Instructor

Nayyeri Amiri, Shahin (snayyeri@odu.edu)

Times and Days

5:10-9:00pm

M, W

Course Information

This course provides fundamental theories to understand the strength of materials focused on civil engineering applications. It will cover stress-strain relationship, equilibrium of deformable bodies and behavior of axially loaded members. It will also analyze for stresses, strains, and deformation of members subjected to torsions in both elastic and inelastic ranges. Other topics, such as buckling and stability of columns, Mohr circle, and energy methods will also be discussed

Prerequisites

Prerequisites: CEE 204 with a grade of C or better.