Engineering - Spring 2017

Engineering Internship I — 3633
ENR 2010 – 3 credits

Students receive on-the-job experience consisting of 135 hours of supervised activity in a local business or industry. Students work in conjunction with a faculty mentor and a supervisor at the job site. All guidelines in the original college internship policy will be followed. Prerequisite: at least a 2.0 GPA and either sophomore standing or one semester completion in an appropriate certificate program. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center
Jan 17 – May 18 TBD
Mechanics-Dynamics — 3634
ENR 2560 – 3 credits
Bryan Allison

Students will study time derivatives of vectors using Cartesian, cylindrical, and path coordinates. The dynamics of a particle from a single frame of reference including rectilinear and central force problems are stressed. Other topics are conservation of energy and momentum as applied to dynamic problems. Rigid body rotations and Coriolis acceleration are studied in detail. Prerequisite: ENR 2550; Corequisite: MAT 2680. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Jan 18 – May 18 Mon, Wed 5:00 pm – 6:15 pm
Strength of Materials — 3637
ENR 2580 – 4 credits
Kirk W. Olsen

Students will be able to explain the concepts of stress and strain and the relationships between them in the solution of problems such as beams, columns, torsional members, connections and combined loading (Mohrs circle). Stress concentrations, thin-walled pressure vessels, and beam deflections are covered. Laboratory experiences include standard tests to determine properties of various materials when subjected to normal stress, bending, shear impact, and torsion loading. Hardness tests and non-destructive testing procedures are used. Prerequisites: MAT 2650 and ENR 2550. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Jan 17 – May 18 Tue 6:30 pm – 9:15 pm
Strength of Materials - LAB — 3640
ENR 2580 – 0 credits
John W. Hale

Students will be able to explain the concepts of stress and strain and the relationships between them in the solution of problems such as beams, columns, torsional members, connections and combined loading (Mohrs circle). Stress concentrations, thin-walled pressure vessels, and beam deflections are covered. Laboratory experiences include standard tests to determine properties of various materials when subjected to normal stress, bending, shear impact, and torsion loading. Hardness tests and non-destructive testing procedures are used. Prerequisites: MAT 2650 and ENR 2550. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Jan 19 – May 18 Thu 6:30 pm – 9:15 pm