CEGR 8222 - Experimental Structural Mechanics and Nondestructive Evaluation
A comprehensive overview of experimental techniques used to develop phenomenological understanding of and characterization of solid mechanics, stress analysis, and fracture mechanics problems. Additionally presented are experimental methods routinely employed for nondestructive evaluation of in-service structures, structural components, and structural materials. Students are expected to develop a familiarity with and ability to conduct data acquisition, signal processing, and data interpretation.
Credit Hours: (3)
Restriction(s): Permission of instructor and graduate standing.
Cross-listed Course(s): CEGR 6222
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