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CE 348 Structural Analysis 1-3 Cr.

A course on the analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate beams, frames and trusses. Topics include loads to buildings, shear and moment diagrams, influence lines and classical methods of analysis. Computer applications are introduced using a general frame analysis program. The use of analysis in the overall design process is stressed using a semester-long project. 2 lecture hours and 2 lab hours. Prerequisite: EG 301.

Civil Engineering

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Charles A. Dana Professor Michael Puddicombe; Professor Edwin Schmeckpeper (Chair); Associate Professors Nadia Al-Aubaidy, Michael Kelley, Tara Kulkarni, Jack Patterson, Adam Sevi, and Moses Tefe; Lecturer Mark Atwood

Engineering Science

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The Engineering Science minor engages students in a exploration of a variety of topics in the engineering disciplines. Students who are not enrolled in an engineering curriculum may declare this minor, and must select six courses in one or more of the engineering disciplines, subject to the approval of the director of the School of Engineering.     


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...CE 211 , CE 214 , CE 328 , CE 332 , CE 348 , CE 421 , CE 422 , CE...

Mechanical Engineering

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...Courses approved for Math/Science/Engineering Electives: CE 348 , CH 205 , CH 225 , CH 327...