Courses Taught at PennState
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- EGR 1205 - Interdisciplinary Project: SMARTBEAM (Villanova University)
- EGR 1200 - Interdisciplinary Project: Application of Acoustic Technologies in Object and Fault Detection and Classification (Villanova University)
- CEE 2106 - Mechanics II: Materials Behavior (Villanova University)
Shear & moment diagrams; bending & shear stresses; beam deflections; torsion; stress & strain transformations; combined loadings; characteristics of civil engineering materials including Portland cement concrete, masonry, wood, composites, & asphalt; experimental testing using recognized standards.
(Spring'10, Spring'11, Spring'12)
- CEE 8439 - CE Materials (Villanova University)
Fundamentals of material science with applications to structural materials. Composition and properties of metals, concrete and wood, durability, fracture and fatigue, corrosion and non-destructive tests. Laboratory testing and data analysis.
- CEE 8440 - Advanced Cementitious Materials (Villanova University)
Advanced concepts related to concrete and other cement-based materials; multi-scale characterization (from macro to nano) of structure and behavior of cement-based systems, role of concrete in sustainable design, concrete durability, modifications through admixtures, special concretes, alternative binders.
- CEE 2103 - Mechanics of Solids (Villanova University)
Stress resultants in bodies from tension, compression, shear, flexure, torsion and temperature; stress and strain transformations; combined stresses; load deformation relationships; Euler buckling.
- CEE 3902 - Civil Egr Materials (Villanova University)
Basic properties of civil engineering materials including steel, portland cement concrete, asphalt binder and concrete, aggregates, wood, masonry, and composites.
- Materials Characterization and Testing (Purdue University)
Properties of civil engineering materials, including concrete, steel, asphalt, composites, polymers, aggregates, and soil,
(Fall 05, Spring 06, Fall 06, Spring 07)
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