College of Engineering
Cornell Engineering is one of a constellation of colleges and schools that make up a world-class research university. Engineering draws from and contributes to the university's strengths in such fields as medicine, veterinary sciences, and the life sciences and we leverage that excellence through twelve academic units within engineering. Ezra Cornell sought to found an institution where "any person can find instruction in any study." Cornell Engineering is a showcase of his vision; the breadth of our program is nationally unique.
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(Cooke Publications, Ltd., Ithaca, NY, 1990)PC-Registrar is a specialized database program for managing course information, e.g. students, grades, and was created for IBM-PCs and PS-2 personal computers (of the pre-Windows days). Features included import and export ...
PC-Poisson™: Instructional Finite Element Analysis for Solving Poisson's Equation With the IBM-PC® (Cooke Publications, Ithaca, NY, 1989)PC-Poisson is an instructional finite element analysis program (for IBM-PCs of the pre-Windows era) for the novice for problems governed by the Poisson equation (for two-dimensional and axisymmetric geometry). The computation ...
PC-Elastic: Instructional Finite Element Analysis for Solving Elasticity Problems With the IBM-PC® (Cooke Publications, Ltd., Ithaca, NY, 1989)PC-Elastic is an instructional finite element analysis program (for IBM-PCs of the pre-Windows era) for the novice for problems in two-dimension and axisymmetric, linear elasticity. The computation code is based upon the ...
(2016-08)Under torsional loading, circumferentially notched rods of a brittle material will fracture either in a spiral shape or along a nominally flat, but faceted surface. These facets are the result of multiple microcracks ...
(2016)We investigate partial maxima of the uniform AR(1) processes with parameter r geq 2. Positively and negatively correlated processes are considered. New limit theorems for maxima in complete and incomplete samples are obtained