Engineering Mechanics of Solids – Egor P. Popov – 2nd Edition

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For civil, mechanical, and aeronautical courses. This is a comprehensive, cross-referenced examination of engineering . Traditional topics are supplemented by an exposure to several newly-emerging disciplines, such as the probabilistic basis for , matrix methods, and plastic limit .

The book, Engineering of , is the second edition of its kind and provides an extensive, yet documented study, in an orderly manner. The book throws light on the subject of engineering mechanics of . In this edition, the author attempts to complement the regular subjects with the latest and emerging fundamentals of the subject.

The book thoroughly explains stress-strain diagrams as well as contains new portions that cover viscoelastic activity and fatigue. In addition to that, the book also contains the basics of structure , grounded on the probability principle. This book will be of great use for Individuals studying civil, aeronautical, and mechanical engineering.

Table of Content


Stress
Strain
Axial Deformation of Bars : Statically Determinate Systems
Axial Deformation of Bars : Statically Indeterminate Systems
Generalized Hooke's Law : Pressure Vessels
Torsion
Beam Statics
Symmetric Beam Bending
Un-symmetric (Skew) Beam Bending
Shear Stresses in Beams
Stress and Strain Transformation
Yield and Fracture Criteria
Elastic Stress Analysis
Beam Deflections by Direct Integration
Beam Deflections by The Moment-Area Method
Columns
Energy and Virtual Work
Classical Energy Methods
Elastic Analysis of Systems
Plastic Limit Analysis
Appendix : Tables
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems
Index

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