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Mechanics of Materials

  • ID: 1767967
  • Book
  • 408 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This book is the first to bridge the often disparate bodies of knowledge now known as applied mechanics and materials science. Using a very methodological process to introduce mechanics, materials, and design issues in a manner called "total structural design", this book seeks a solution in "total design space" Features include:

* A generalized design template for solving structural design problems.
* Every chapter first introduces mechanics concepts through deformation, equilibrium, and energy considerations. Then the constitutive nature of the chapter topic is presented, followed by a link between mechanics and materials concepts. Details of analysis and materials selection are subsequently discussed.
* A concluding example design problem is provided in most chapters, so that students may get a sense of how mechanics and materials come together in the design of a real structure.
* Exercises are provided that are germane to aerospace, civil, and mechanical engineering applications, and include both deterministic and design-type problems.
* Accompanying website contains a wealth of information complementary to this text, including a set of virtual labs. Separate site areas are available for the instructor and students.

- Combines theories of solid mechanics, materials science and structural design in one coherent text/reference- Covers physical scales from the atomistic to continuum mechanics- Offers a generalized structural design template

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1. Introduction, 2. Total Structural Design, 3. Design of Axial Structures, 4. Design of Torsion Structures, 5. Design of Flexural Structures, 6. Design for Combined Static Loading, 7. Design for Dynamic Loading (Cõ, SN), 8. Design for Yielding (Su), 9. Design for Fracture (KI), 10. Design for Slender Compressive Axial Structures, 11. Design for Thermal Loads, 12. Advanced Design Considerations, 13. Introduction to Engineered Materials and Their Applications, Review Modules, Appendices
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Jenkins, Christopher
Khanna, Sanjeev
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