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.
written exam – SS and WS