Dr. Jeongho Kim has been teaching various courses including Statics, Dynamics, Structural Analysis, Advanced Structural Analysis, Foundation Design. Currently, he teaches the following courses, which are listed below.

Instructing Courses


CE 5163. Fracture Mechanics

Focuses on fundamental concepts and applications of fracture mechanics. Topics include linear elastic fracture mechanics, elastic plastic fracture mechanics, computational fracture mechanics, fracture mechanisms in metals and non-metals, fracture testing, dynamic and time-dependent fracture, fatigue crack growth, interfacial fracture, fracture in advanced materials, and engineering applications.

CE 5164. Finite Elements I (fully online through huskyct, offered in every fall semester)

Formulation of finite elements methods for linear static analysis. Development of two and three dimensional continuum elements, axisymmetric elements, plate and shell elements, and heat transfer elements. Evaluation of basic modeling principles including convergence and element distortion. Applications using commercial finite element programs.

CE 5166. Finite Elements II

Formulation of finite elements methods for modal and transient analysis. Development of implicit and explicit transient algorithms. Stability and accuracy analysis. Formulation of finite element methods for material and geometric non-linearity. Development of nonlinear solution algorithms. Applications using commercial finite element code.