Strength of Materials and Structures – John Case, Lord Chilver – 4th Edition

Engineers need to be familiar with the principles and concepts in materials and structures in order to be able to design structurers to resist failures. For 4 decades, this has provided engineers with these fundamentals.

Thoroughly updated, the book has been expanded to cover everything on materials and structures that engineering students are likely to need. Starting with mechanics, the book goes on to cover modern numerical techniques such as matrix and finite element methods. There is also additional material on composite materials, thick shells, flat plates and the vibrations of structures.

Illustrated throughout with worked examples, the book also provides numerous problems for students to attempt. This new covers requirements for an engineering undergraduate course on strength of materials and structures.

1: Introduction
2: Pinjointed frames or trusses
3: Shearing stress
4: Joints and connections
5: of stress and strain
6: Thin shells under internal pressure
7: Bending moments and shearing forces
8: Geometrical properties of crosssections
9: Longitudinal stresses in beams
10: Shearing stresses in beams
11: Beams of two materials
12: Bending stresses and direct stresses combined
13: Deflections of beams
14: Builtin and continuous beams
15: Plastic bending of mildsteel beams
16: Torsion of circular shafts and thinwalled tubes
17: Energy methods
18: Buckling of columns and beams
19: Lateral deflections of circular plates
20: Torsion of noncircular sections
21: Thick circular cylinders discs and spheres
22: Introduction to matrix algebra
23: Matrix methods of
24: The finite element method
25: vibrations

Title: Strength of Materials and Structures
Author: John Case / Carl T. Ross/ Lord Chilver
Edition: 4th Edition
ISBN: 0080518001 | 9780080518008
Type: eBook
Language: English
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