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"In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” ― Phil Collins

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ENGR 1110

Introduction to Engineering

Introduction to the practice of Engineering. Topics covered include calculations, use of computers, design strategies, team roles and responsibilities, and expectations for courses.

Last offered by Dr. Davis: Summer 2017

Offered continuously by Department

 

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MATL 2100

Introduction to Materials Science

The science of solid materials and the relationship between this science and material properties.

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Last offered by Dr. Davis: Summer 2017

Offered continuously by Department

 

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MATL 7970

Particle Surface Interactions

Fundamentals of colloidal and surface science including classification, electro-kinetic phenomena, interparticle forces, fundamental equations, and applications.

Last offered by Dr. Davis: Summer 2017

Next offering: TBD

 

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MATL 5720 / 6720

Biomedical Applications of Polymers

Study of polymers used in the body for the purposes of aiding healing, correcting abnormalities, and restoring lost function.

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Last offered by Dr. Davis: Fall 2016

Next offering: TBD

 

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ENGR 2050

Statics

Principles of vectors, forces, moments, free body diagrams, force systems, 2-D and 3-D equilibrium, friction, geometric properties of plane areas.

Currently offered by other faculty in Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.

 

See Dr. Davis' youtube channel for instructional videos.

 

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ENGR 2070

Mechanics of Materials

Principles of stress and strain; stress-strain relationships; uniaxially loaded members; torsion; bending; beam shear; shear, moment and thrust diagrams; transformed sections; column buckling.

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Currently offered by other faculty in Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.

 

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CHEN 2610

Transport I

Introduction to fluid statics and dynamics, dimensional analysis, compressible and incompressible flows, fluidization, flow through process media, and multiphase flows.

Currently offered by other faculty in Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.

 

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