Portal:Mechanics of materials
Topic:Applied Mechanics/box-header Though Mechanics of Materials includes the deformation and motion of all materials, this topic is usually interpreted to mean introductory solid mechanics. All material behavior can be included in this subdivision with appropriate links to special material behavior. Topic:Applied Mechanics/box-footer
- July 21, 2007 - Subdivision founded!
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- Please help create content for a course on Advanced Strength of Materials. -- Banerjee 19:54, 21 August 2007 (UTC)
Topic:Applied Mechanics/box-header "In almost all cases occurring in practice, the strains are small" - Landau and Lipschitz, Theory of Elasticity".
Professor in a Strength of Material class to a student : OK, Now that you are standing, tell me which members of your body are in tension and which members are in compression ? Student: I dont know about compression prof, but surely my brain is experiencing extreme tension. Topic:Applied Mechanics/box-footer
- Please add any research ideas that you have on mechanics of materials here.
- Add content for Strength of materials
- Create content for a course on Advanced Strength of Materials.