Published August 1, 1982
by McGraw Hill Higher Education .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
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Advanced Mechanics of Solids is a comprehensive book for undergraduate student of Mechanical and Civil Engineering. The book comprises chapters on analysis of strain, analysis of stress, energy methods, torsion, thermal stresses, elastic stability, and introduction to composite materials. Advanced Mechanics of Solids. Mechanics, and in particular, the mechanics of solids, forms the basis of all engi neering sciences. It provides the essential foundations for understanding the action of forces on bodies, and the effects of these forces on the straining of the body on the one hand, and on the deformation and motion of the body on the other. The method of mechanics of materials is used in this book to treat several advanced beam topics (Chap- ters 7 to 10). In a similar way, we often assume that lines normal to the middle surface of an undeformed plate remain straight and normal to the middle surface after the load is applied. Book Title: Advanced Mechanics of Solids Author(s): Otto T. Bruhns Publisher: Springer Edition: First Pages: Size: 57 Mb Book Description: Advanced Mechanics of Solids by Otto T. Bruhns eBook is for advanced students who already are familiar with the elementary concepts of Read More».