Engineering Basics – Material Properties

Thursday November 26, 2015 at 3:33pm
This webcast will describe how engineering materials behave under load and the key mechanical properties that are required either in hand calculations or in Simulations. Concepts of stiffness, elasticity, yield and plasticity will be explained along with ductility and brittleness.
Engineering Basics – Material Properties
This webcast will describe how engineering materials behave under load and the key mechanical properties that are required either in hand calculations or in Simulations. Concepts of stiffness, elasticity, yield and plasticity will be explained along with ductility and brittleness.

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SOLIDWORKS Engineering Basics

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