Structural and Stress Analysis – T. H. G. Megson – 2nd Edition

Structural is the corner stone of civil engineering and all students must obtain a thorough understanding of the techniques available to analyse and predict stress in any structure.

The new of this popular textbook provides the with a comprehensive introduction to all types of structural and stress analysis, starting from an explanation of the principles of statics, normal and shear force and bending moments and torsion. on the success of the edition, new material on structural dynamics and finite element has been included.

Virtually no prior knowledge of structures is assumed and students requiring an accessible and comprehensive insight into stress analysis will find no better book available.

  • Introduction
  • Principles of statics
  • Normal force, shear force, bending moment & torsion
  • Analysis of pin-jointed trusses
  • Cables
  • Arches
  • Stress & strain
  • Properties of engineering materials
  • Bending of beams
  • Shear of beams
  • Torsion of beams
  • Composite beams
  • Deflection of beams
  • Complex stress & strain
  • Virtual work & methods
  • Analysis of statically indeterminate structures
  • Matrix methods of analysis
  • Plastic analysis of beams & frames
  • Yield line analysis of slabs
  • Influence lines
  • Structural instability
  • Table of section properties
  • Bending of beams: standard cases
Title: Structural and Stress Analysis
Author: T. H. G. Megson
Edition: 2nd Edition
ISBN: 9780080455341
Type: eBook | Solution Manual
Language: English
Structural Analysis
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Lu Reply

This is not the solution manual 🙁

Anas Alwisi Reply

hi I want this book Principles of Physics 10th Edition, David Halliday & Robert Resnick & Jearl Walker, Wiley
2014.


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