Handout 01BOSTON UNIVERSITYDepartment Of Mechanical EngineeringMechanics

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Handout #01
BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mechanics of Materials: A1 & B1

ME 305

Fall 2014

Course Information/Administration
Instructor:
Paul E. Barbone
Office and hours: Room EMA 221, 730 Commonwealth Avenue; phone: 617-353-6063; Hours: Thursday 1:00-2:00 pm, Thursday 2:00-3:00 pm, or by apppointment. Appointments can be scheduled by email: barbone@bu.edu.

Website: http://learn.bu.edu
Text: Sanjay Govindjee, Engineering Mechanics of Deformable Solids, Oxford; 2013. ISBN: 978-0-19-965164-1
Grading: Approximate allocations of credit for work for the semester is as follows: Midterm exam:
Final Exam:
Design and Project Assignments:
Laboratory Reports from Demonstrations (3):
Quizzes:
Teaching Fellows:
Saman Seifi
’Lekan Babaniyi

20%
20%
20%
20%
20%

samansei@bu.edu
lekanb@bu.edu

Important Information:
• Failure to turn in any one of the laboratory exercises, the course project, or signed Handout #01, will result in automatic failure of the course. • Homework will be assigned each week. It is will not be collected. Solutions will be posted in the library.

• Quizzes will be given once per week, based on the most recent homework assignment. The lowest two quiz grades will be dropped.
• Laboratory scheduling is to be determined by a sign-up sheet outside the laboratory. • Academic conduct: Students must conduct themselves in accordance with the BU Academic Conduct Code, and in accord with the professional ethical conduct expected of members of the Engineering Profession (c.f. Ethics section in National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) FE Supplied-Reference Manual, available on our course website.)

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ME 305

Mechanics of Materials: A1 & B1

Fall 2014

Academic Conduct:
All students are required to review the BU Academic Conduct Code. The following rules will be observed for assignments in ME305 during Fall Semester 2013: • In class quizzes and exams: These are to be...
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