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Mechanics of Civil Engineering Structures. Woodhead Publishing Series in Civil and Structural Engineering

  • ID: 5007959
  • Book
  • October 2020
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Practicing engineers designing civil engineering structures, and advanced students of civil engineering, require foundational knowledge?and advanced analytical and empirical tools.?Mechanics in Civil Engineering Structures?presents?the material?needed by practicing engineers engaged in the design of civil engineering structures, and students of civil engineering. The book covers the fundamental principles of mechanics needed to understand the responses of structures to different types of?load and?provides the analytical and empirical tools for design. The title presents the mechanics of relevant structural elements-including columns, beams, frames, plates and shells-and?the?use?of mechanical models for assessing design code application.?Eleven?chapters cover topics including stresses and strains; elastic beams and columns; inelastic and composite beams and columns; temperature and other kinematic loads; energy principles; stability and second-order effects for beams and columns;?basics of?vibration;?indeterminate?elastic-plastic structures; plates and shells.?This?book?is an invaluable guide for?civil?engineers?needing?foundational?background and advanced?analytical and empirical tools?for structural design.?

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1. Introduction 2. Stresses and Strains 3. Elastic Beams and Columns 4. Inelastic and Composite Beams and Columns 5. Temperature and Other Kinematic Loads 6. Energy Principles 7. Stability and Second-order Effects of Beams and Columns 8. Basics of Vibration 9. Statically Indeterminate Elastic-plastic Structures 10. Plates 11. Shells

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Laszlo P. Kollar Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Structural Engineering, Budapest, Hungary.

László P. Kollár is Professor and vice-Head of the Department of Structural Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, in Hungary. He received his PhD and Habilitation from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, and his Doctor of Sciences from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He was elected to the Academy in 2007, and to the Academia European in 2012, and has been a Visiting Professor in the departments of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and of Civil Engineering, at Stanford University in the USA. He has published over 150 technical papers, as well as three books on the subject of structures, and has served widely as a consultant on the design of steel and reinforced concrete structures.
Gabriella Tarjan Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Structural Engineering, Budapest, Hungary.

Gabriella Tarján is Assistant Professor in the Department of Structural Engineering at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, in Hungary. She received her PhD in structural engineering and also her master of education degree from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, and currently teaches courses on the analysis and design of structures.
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