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Basic Solid Mechanics

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 420
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Paperback - 9780333666098

04 June 1997

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Ebook - 9781349141616

11 November 1997

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Written with the aim of broadening the subject base, this book focuses on those areas where topics in mechnaical, aeronautical and civil engineering employ common principles. Theoretical topics in solid mechanics are...

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Written with the aim of broadening the subject base, this book focuses on those areas where topics in mechnaical, aeronautical and civil engineering employ common principles. Theoretical topics in solid mechanics are illustrated through many worked examples and exercises chosen to assist the reader in recognising the necessary problem solving techniques. The book is therefore suitable for both single discipline and broad-based courses that include mechanics as applied in engineering and design. The underlying theme is to show how the load carrying capacity of materials and structures used in engineering may be determined.

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Preface
List of Symbols
PART 1: OVERVIEW
PART 2: STATIC EQUILIBRIUM
PART 3: BASIC STRESS AND TRAIN
PART 4: ELASTICITY
PART 5: BENDING AND SHEAR
PART 6: DEFLECTIONS AND SLOPES OF BEAMS
PART 7: THEORIES OF TORSION
PART 8: BUCKLING OF STRUTS
PART 9: STRAIN ENERGY
PART 10: STRESS AND STRAIN ANALYSES
PART 11: THEORIES OF STRENGTH
PART 12: THE STIFFNESS MATIX
Appendix
Index.

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DAVID REES has more than 20 years' experience of teaching mechanics, structures, materials and engineering design in the UK and overseas. He is also the author or co-author of more than 60 papers on topics in stress analysis, plasticity, creep, fatigue and fracture. Since 1985 he has lectured in the Department of Manufacturing and Engineering Systems, Brunel University, where he is a senior lecturer.

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DAVID REES has more than 20 years' experience of teaching mechanics, structures, materials and engineering design in the UK and overseas. He is also the author or co-author of more than 60 papers on topics in stress analysis, plasticity, creep, fatigue and fracture. Since 1985 he has lectured in the Department of Manufacturing and Engineering Systems, Brunel University, where he is a senior lecturer.

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