Course syllabus

Modern experimentell mekanik
Modern Experimental Mechanics

FHLN10, 7,5 credits, A (Second Cycle)

Valid for: 2013/14
Decided by: Education Board E
Date of Decision: 2013-04-17

General Information

Elective for: F4, F4-aft, M4-bem, Pi4
Language of instruction: The course will be given in English


The aim of the course is to introduce the techniques and possibilities in modern experimental mechanics for the characterisation of the mechanics of solid, porous and granular materials using a range of physics techniques and in particular full-field analyses. The course will pay particular attention to non-destructive and full-field analyses using optical methods (with a focus on digital image correlation), x-ray and neutron imaging and scattering approaches, and wave propagation. Inverse analyses and digital image/signal processing in the context of experimental analyses will also be covered.

Learning outcomes

Knowledge and understanding
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Competences and skills
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Judgement and approach
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Examination details

Grading scale: TH
Assessment: Two individual written/practical assignments one during the course and one at the end of the course. These assignments will be marked†with the grades failed, 3, 4, 5 and both contribute to the final grade on the course. Procedures for extra assignments when failed, is arranged after contact with the course coordinator


Required prior knowledge: Basic courses in mathematics and mechanics or solid mechanics
The number of participants is limited to: No

Contact and other information

Course coordinator: stephen hall,