## Courses

##### Strength of Materials

Major: Structural Engineering
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The students learn to: Internal forces in structural members. Second moment (or moment of inertia) of an area. Stressed and strained state at a point of a solid body. Relation between stresses and strains. Stresses and strains in straight beams (rods) under pure tension (compression), pure shear, bending, pure torsion. Principal energy theorems with some applications. Stresses and strains in beams under compound loadings. Stability of beams and thin round rings in compression. Cables. Dynamic ...

##### Strength of Materials

The students learn to: Internal forces in structural members. Second moment (or moment of inertia) of an area. Stressed and strained state at a point of a solid body. Relation between stresses and strains. Stresses and strains in straight beams (rods) under pure tension (compression), pure shear, bending, pure torsion. Principal energy theorems with some applications. Stresses and strains in beams under compound loadings. Stability of beams and thin round rings in compression. Cables. Dynamic ...

##### Strength of Materials

The students learn to: Internal forces in structural members. Second moment (or moment of inertia) of an area. Stressed and strained state at a point of a solid body. Relation between stresses and strains. Stresses and strains in straight beams (rods) under pure tension (compression), pure shear, bending, pure torsion. Principal energy theorems with some applications. Stresses and strains in beams under compound loadings. Stability of beams and thin round rings in compression. Cables. Dynamic ...

##### Strength of Materials

Major: Water Supply and Sewerage

##### Strength of Materials

##### Strength of Materials

Major: Transportation Engineering

##### Theoretical Mechanics I

Major: Structural Engineering
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The students learn to: Kinematics of particles. Translation, rotation about a fixed axis, general plane motion and general motion of rigid bodies. Absolute and relative motion of particles. Axioms of mechanics. Equivalent systems of forces. Reduction of a system of forces. Centre of gravity. Distributed forces. Connections, supports and reactions at supports. Equilibrium of systems of forces. Equilibrium of particles, rigid bodies and systems of rigid bodies. Graphical methods in statics. ...

##### Theoretical Mechanics I

The students learn to: Kinematics of particles. Translation, rotation about a fixed axis, general plane motion and general motion of rigid bodies. Absolute and relative motion of particles. Axioms of mechanics. Equivalent systems of forces. Reduction of a system of forces. Centre of gravity. Distributed forces. Connections, supports and reactions at supports. Equilibrium of systems of forces. Equilibrium of particles, rigid bodies and systems of rigid bodies. Graphical methods in statics. ...

##### Theoretical Mechanics I

The students learn to: Kinematics of particles. Translation, rotation about a fixed axis, general plane motion and general motion of rigid bodies. Absolute and relative motion of particles. Axioms of mechanics. Equivalent systems of forces. Reduction of a system of forces. Centre of gravity. Distributed forces. Connections, supports and reactions at supports. Equilibrium of systems of forces. Equilibrium of particles, rigid bodies and systems of rigid bodies. Graphical methods in statics. ...

##### Theoretical Mechanics I

Major: Water Supply and Sewerage

##### Theoretical Mechanics I

##### Theoretical Mechanics I

Major: Transportation Engineering

##### Theoretical Mechanics I

Major: Transportation Engineering

##### Theoretical Mechanics II

Major: Structural Engineering
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The students learn to: Kinetics of the absolute motion of free and constrained particles. Kinetics of particles relative to a moving frame. Work and power of forces. Potential energy of a force filed. Moments of inertia of masses. Principles of impulse and momentum, principle of work and energy for systems of rigid bodies. Kinetics of rigid bodies. D'Alambert's principle. Lagrange's and D'Alambert-Lagrange's principles. Lagrange's equations. Stability of equilibrium of a conservative system. ...

##### Theoretical Mechanics II

The students learn to: Kinetics of the absolute motion of free and constrained particles. Kinetics of particles relative to a moving frame. Work and power of forces. Potential energy of a force filed. Moments of inertia of masses. Principles of impulse and momentum, principle of work and energy for systems of rigid bodies. Kinetics of rigid bodies. D'Alambert's principle. Lagrange's and D'Alambert-Lagrange's principles. Lagrange's equations.
Stability of equilibrium of a conservative system. ...

##### Theoretical Mechanics II

The students learn to: Kinetics of the absolute motion of free and constrained particles. Kinetics of particles relative to a moving frame. Work and power of forces. Potential energy of a force filed. Moments of inertia of masses. Principles of impulse and momentum, principle of work and energy for systems of rigid bodies. Kinetics of rigid bodies. D'Alambert's principle. Lagrange's and D'Alambert-Lagrange's principles. Lagrange's equations.
Stability of equilibrium of a conservative system. ...

##### Theoretical Mechanics II

Major: Water Supply and Sewerage

##### Theoretical Mechanics II

##### Theoretical Mechanics II

Major: Transportation Engineering