Very interesting topics are discussed here.It is very use full in understanding the load conditions of materials and failure phenomena. Thanks a lots for giving us this great opportunity....
very useful course........Include strain energy concepts and deflection of beams using castiglianos theorem. it will be useful for undergraduate indian students like us ... thank you
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This course helped me get a great foundation on the deeper subjects in Mechanics of Materials. However, the only thing this course lacked was being able to work extra problems with the instructor and separate on worksheets. I felt that if more problems could be worked, a more comprehensive understanding of the differential equations in Week 1 and Combined Loading problems in Week 2 would have been achieved.
par Freddy d J•
For me, this course went much too quickly through mathematics.
But still a score of 83.3%.
I now completed all the 4 MOM's and got my certificates.
As Dr. Wayne Whiteman says, happy face :-)
par DEEPAK K M•
Thankyou to all members who design the syllabus and special thank to faculty who make the topics easy. I enjoyed the lectures like a movie, short and easy explanation.
par Neil M•
Previous courses were really needed to enjoy this particular course. I jumped in at this stage with some prior knowledge, but it still presented a challenge.
par Agash C•
Nice course. Very helpful to review our understanding of mechanics of materials. Deflection quiz very difficult it has to be simplified.
par bondili n s•
it was quite interesting and esay to learn. but improvement is always the key way for progress that s why i give 4
par Luis M M G•
Wonderfull course! Only I would appreciate more examples of failture theory in real problems.
par KIRUBHAKARAN S•
more interesting as compared to real world structures.
usefull also for other academics .