The course is given in the second year of the master program in Sustainable Structural Engineering. It covers different beam theories according to Bernoulli-Euler and Timoshenko, theories for torsion according to St Venant and Vlasov and theory for analysis of instability of beams. It gives insight in, and ability to analyze, the behavior of for example thin-walled beams under loading, how stresses in different kind of beams can be calculated and how instability is prevented. The course covers many phenomena that are not usually dealt with in basic courses of structural mechanics but that practicing structural engineers must be aware of.
Växjö – the student city with a living campus
Just south of Växjö’s city centre you will find Linnaeus University’s campus. In Växjö, many students choose to live on campus.
Here you will have five minutes’ walking distance to friends, restaurants, lecture rooms, gym, grocery store, the University Library, nature trails, and student pubs. If you live in another part of Växjö, you can quickly get to the university by bus or bicycle.
With its 90 000 inhabitants, Växjö is one of the fastest growing cities in Sweden. Here you will find the famous Småland entrepreneurship spirit and a lot of companies, for instance within the IT industry – perfect for when you are looking for an internship position or a job. Växjö is also one of Europe’s greenest cities where you have easy access to nature, forest and lakes.
Build your own degree
Did you know that you can combine single-subject courses to build your own degree? In this way, you can design your own degree based on your interests and the career you are aiming for. Learn more about how you can build your own degree and become unique on the labour market.