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.
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.)
Register today for the EMI sponsored On-Demand Seminar
Mechanics of Random and Fractal Materials and Structures
Created on October 1, 2007, the
Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) replaces the former ASCE Engineering Mechanics Division.