Introduction to the Mechanics of Solids

ISBN-10: 0072380411

ISBN-13: 9780072380415

Edition: 2nd 1999

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List price: $267.67
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 8/15/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 604
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.244
Language: English

Preface to the second edition
Preface to the second edition with SI units
Preface to the first edition
Fundamental Principles of Mechanics
Introduction
Generalized procedure
The fundamental principles of mechanics
The concept of force
The moment of a force
Conditions for equilibrium
Engineering applications
Friction
Examples
Hooke's joint
Final remarks Problems
Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Analysis of deformable bodies
Uniaxial loading and deformation
Statically determinate situations
Statically indeterminate situations
Computer analysis of trusses
Elastic energy;Castigliano's theorem
Summary Problems
Forces and Moments Transmitted by Slender Members
Introduction
General method
Distributed loads
Resultants of distributed loads
Differential equilibrium relationships
Singularity functions
Fluid forces
Three-dimensional problems Problems
Stress and Strain
Introduction
Stress
Plane stress
Equilibrium of a differential element in plane stress
Stress components associated with arbitrarily oriented faces in plane stress
Mohr's circle representation of plane stress
Mohr's circle representation of a general state of stress
Analysis of deformation
Definition of strain components
Relation between strain and displacement in plane strain
Strain components associated with arbitrary sets of axes
Mohr's circle representation of plane strain
Mohr's circle representation of a general state of stress
Measurement of strains
Indicial notation Problems
Stress-strain-temperature Relations
Introduction
The tensile test
Idealizations of stress-strain curves
Elastic stress-strain relations
Thermal strain
Complete equations of elasticity
Complete elastic solution for a thick-walled cylinder
Strain energy in an elastic body
Stress concentration
Composite materials and anisotropic elasticity
Criteria for initial yielding
Behavior beyond initial yielding in the tensile test
Fracture of ductile specimens and structures
Fracture of brittle specimens and structures
Fatigue
Criteria for continued yielding
Plastic stress-strain relations
Viscoelasticity Problems
Torsion
Introduction
Geometry of deformation of a twisted circular shaft
Stresses obtained from stress-strain relations
Equilibrium requirements
Stress and deformation in a twisted elastic circular shaft
Torsion of elastic hollow circular shafts
Stress analysis in torsion; combined stresses
Strain energy due to torsion
The onset of yielding in torsion
Plastic deformations
Residual stresses
Limit analysis
Torsion of rectangular shafts
Torsion of hollow, thin-walled shafts Problems
Stresses Due to Bending
Introcustion
Geometry of deformation of a symmetrical beam subjected to pure bending
Stresses obtained from stress-strain relations
Equilibrium requirements
Stress and deformation in symmetrical elastic beams subjected to pure bending
Stresses in symmetrical elastic beams transmitting both shear force and bending moment
Stress analysis in bending; combined stresses
Strain energy due to bending
The onset of yielding in bending
Plastic deformations
Bending of unsymmetrical beams
Shear flow in thin-walled open sections; shear center Problems C
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