## CEE5301 Continuum Mechanics, Spring 2020

The goal of the course is first to learn the mathematical language of mechanics (e.g. vectors and tensors). Based on mathematical concepts and techniques, the course will cover mechanics of solids, which includes geometry of deformation, transmission of force, elastic constitutive relations, boundary value problems of elasticity, Ritz method of approximation, and linear beam theory.

### Instructor

#### Kyoungsoo Park, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Yonsei University- Office: N409, Engineering Hall
- Phone: 02-2123-5806
- E-mail: k-park@yonsei.ac.kr

### Course Information

#### Time & Location

- Monday, 9:00am ~ 10:50am, A401
- Wednesday, 10:00am ~ 10:50am, A401

#### Office Hour

- Wednesday, 4:00pm ~ 5:00pm, N409

#### Textbook

- K. D. Hjelmstad, 2005, Fundamentals of Structural Mechanics, 2nd Edition, Springer Science, New York.

#### Grading Policy

- Attendance: 10%, Quiz: 50%, Final exam: 40%
- A (30~60%) / B (30~60%) / C (30~60%) / F (0~10%)

#### Course Policy

- Course materials are available through YSCEC. Note that the use of the textbook is only for the academic purpose.
- Homework problems are available at the end of each chapter of the textbook. Each students is responsible for working on as many problems as necessary to gain understanding of course materials. No formal homework will be assigned.
- The final exam will cover entire course materials.
- Cheating will lead to 'F.'
- A student, who does not take quiz or exam, will not get any point.
- There would be no make-up examination without any prior permission or emergent situation.