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View Resource FEMCI: The Book

The Finite Element Modeling Continuous Improvement (FEMCI) Book is part of the Systems Analysis Branch homepage at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Goddard Space Flight Center. The Book explains and demonstrates different finite element modeling and analysis techniques, including frequency response-vibration and modal weight calculations. In addition to the FEMCI Book, the...
View Resource NOVA Online: Why the Towers Fell

Why the Towers Fell is a special episode of NOVA scheduled for broadcast on PBS on April 30, 2002. This online material complements the television program by assessing the exact cause of the disaster from an engineer's standpoint. One section of the Web site is an interview with a materials engineering professor from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In the dialog, he describes the most...
View Resource ISIS Canada Resource Centre

Intelligent Sensing for Innovative Structures (ISIS) is a joint program between several Canadian universities. Its work is spread across such disciplines as "civil, mechanical, materials, aerospace, and electrical engineering." The ISIS Web site has detailed information about four main research focuses, including fibre optic sensors, remote monitoring, innovative structures, and structural...