Engineering Mechanics II

The course "Engineering Mechanics II" is understood as an important basis for a profound understanding of engineering mechanics.

Engineering Mechanics II

This course is intended for students of mechanical engineering, business administration/ industrial engineering, computational engineering, mechatronics, and metal engineering. It encompasses plane and three-dimensional stress and strain states, bending and beam theory, shear stresses from transversal loading, torsion, energy methods and stability problems. The course is understood as an important basis for a profound understanding of engineering mechanics.

Course cycle: TM II – every summer semester

Lecture notes and exercise sheets for lecture

All announcements, lecture notes and exercise sheets can be found after signing up for the lecture via TUCaN in Moodle.