Dec 01, 2022
MET 426LAB - Applications of Mechanics of Materials Laboratory
Topics support stress analysis and design. Laboratory activities include material strength, hardness, impact testing, strain gage technology, photoelasticity, ultrasonics, and eddy current. This course consists of two hours of lab each week plus an associated lecture for four hours per week.
Prerequisites: (ETSC 312 with a grade of C+ or higher) and MET 351.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Conduct material testing in compliance with standards
- Apply nondestructive techniques to determine structural integrity
- Critique material testing procedures for specific applications
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Fall Locations: Ellensburg
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