TAM 202, Spring 2001
Statics and Strength of Solids: Cornell's "Courses of Study" official description (approximately correct).
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Syllabus: lecture and prelim topics and schedule
Homework: policies, assignments, solutions, grading comments
Extra Credit: how to make up low or missing homework grades
Office hours: schedule and location
Prelim and Final: dates, rooms, coverage, solutions
General info: staff, texts, sections, labs
Grading: grading policy, all recorded numerical and letter grades
For fun: Rod Lakes negative Poisson ratio foam.
The Beer and Johnston Statics text is on reserve in the library. Please see the sections on structures and machines, pages 305-340, to see problems of the pulley, wrench, vice-grip etc type.
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