Two additional course videos for public viewing now reside at Youtube.com
MSEN 618 Module 1, video 0 presents the complete introductory lecture.
MSEN 618 Spreadsheet 2 presents 6 minutes of excerpts from the step-by-step guide to programming ply mechanics and stress/strain transformation tools in Microsoft Excel.
You can get more information about the course at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the blog/webpage for the Creasy Research Group at Texas A&M University.
Graduate students in this group major in materials science and engineering (MSEN) or mechanical engineering (MEEN).
The group peforms research in these areas:
- hybrid multifunctional composites (novel micro to nano scale materials for performance that combines structural loads with other behaviors
- polymer and composite materials processing experiments and models
Work continues in processing for thick, high performance, thermoplastic polymers for extreme environments.
This research is funded by the APPEAL consortium at Texas A&M.
In spring 2016, Dr. Creasy will teach MSEN 618 as a distance course.
You can view a course overview at this YouTube Video.
If you are a distance student in an engineering field at Texas A&M University, you might use this course as an elective.
Check with your department’s academic advisor.