Engineering mechanics includes all areas of theoretical and applied mechanics. Engineering mechanics focuses on the mechanics of solids and fluids: continuum mechanics; dynamics; stability; properties of materials; computational, probabilistic and experimental mechanics; biomechanics; and nano- and micro-mechanics.
Nabil Fares, Ph.D.
Christian Soize, Ph.D.
E-books, e-book chapters, journal articles, and conference proceedings,
among many other sources, may be found on our companion ASCE
Library site ascelibrary.org.
The EMI 2015 Awards to be presented at the
EMI 2015 Conference
at Stanford University, June 16 - 19.
Register today for the EMI sponsored On-Demand Webinar
Failure of Molecules, Bones, and the Earth Itself: Nanotechnology and Bioinspired Materials in Civil Engineering
Presented by: Prof. Markus J. Buehler (M.I.T.)
Created on October 1, 2007, the
Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) replaces the former ASCE Engineering Mechanics Division.