CER 460 - Wood and Masonry Design
 
(3 cr.) This course teaches the engineering thought process through the design of wood and masonry structures. The course synthesizes the fundamentals of statics, mechanics of materials, and structural analysis and applies them to the design of structural members, with emphasis on satisfying real world needs. All design is performed in accordance with codes and specifications used in current engineering practice. A comprehensive design problem requires development of a design methodology, consideration of alternative solutions, and design of an optimal timber and masonry structure to meet stated functional requirements. Prerequisite: CER 310; Every Year, Fall
 
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