Lecture notes for various courses I've given are below by subject and topic. I'd appreciate any feedback, and let me know if you find them useful. Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) - Honours Degree in Structural Engineering Structural Mechanics - 3rd Year I am no longer teaching this course, but notes related to it are here: Behaviour and design of columns. Structural Analysis - 3rd Year The notes are on the course homepage here. Structural Analysis - 4th Year Similarly, these notes are on the course homepage here. DIT - Diploma in Civil Engineering Design of Reinforced Concrete - 3rd Year These notes were delivered only once and so are more synopsis than detailed explanations, but may still be of use. Deflection to Eurocode 2 RC Stairs Flat slabs Moment and shear design RC punching shear Fluid Mechanics - 2nd Year Not my area of expertise, and only taught for one year, but I put a lot into it and I learned a lot from writing these notes. They cover: Introduction to course Introduction to fluids Hydrostatics Hydrodynamics: Basics Hydrodynamics: Flow in Pipes Hydrodynamics: Flow in Channels University College Dublin (UCD) - Degree in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Design - Fourth Year The topics covered are: Masonry Design: to the Irish code IS325 The following were developed based on Prof. Eugene O'Brien's work: Prestressed Concrete: covering both pre- and post-tensioned. Reinforced Concrete Columns: from first principles and to BS8110 Design and Analysis of Slabs: mainly considering yield line analysis. UCD - Degree in Architecture Structures for Architects These notes (and more) were given to 3rd and 4th year architects. Composite design: The design of steel-concrete composite beams. Punching shear: A basic explanation with some calculations. An interesting set of notes about how structural engineering and architecture inter-relate was used to prompt discussion and interest. They are: Structure in Architecture (29 KB) Precedence (10,700 KB) Structural Art (7,207 KB) Architects & Engineers (2,524 KB) The notes are image intensive: hence the size, but the message requires the imagery. Both DIT and UCD Structural Scheme Design A comprehensive set of notes dealing with the preliminary design of structures, covering the following: Introduction to the area Overall Structural Behaviour Structural Materials and Form Precedence Studies Preliminary Analysis Preliminary Design Car Park Design Examples These notes were developed in part from a course given by Prof. Eugene O'Brien.