Mechanics Of Materials – Russell C. Hibbeler – 6th Edition

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Over the years, this text has been shaped by the suggestions and comments of many of my colleagues in the teaching profession. Their encouragement and willingness to provide constructive criticism are very much appreciated and it is hoped that they will accept this anonymous recognition.

Many new have been added throughout the , providing a better balance between easy, medium, and difficult applications. In addition, some require by . More than ever before, extra care has been taken in the presentation and of the , and all the problem sets have been reviewed and the solutions checked and rechecked to ensure both their clarity and numerical accuracy.

Some rewriting was done throughout the book to further refine the explanation of the concepts and, in some cases, broaden their scope. In particular, the material in Chapter 9 now contains a better of sress transformation, and it includes two new sections involving combined stresses, which can be included under the alternative coverage scheme described below.

Table of Content


1. Stress.
2. Strain.
3. Mechanical Properties of Materials.
4. Axial Load.
5. Torsion.
6. Bending.
7. Transverse Shear.
8. Combined Loadings.
9. Stress Transformation.
10. Strain Transformation.
11. Design of Beams and Shafts.
12. Deflections of Beams and Shafts.
13. Buckling of Columns.
14. Energy Methods.

Appendix A: Geometric Properties of an Area.
Appendix B: Geometrical Properties of Structural Shapes.
Appendix C: Slopes and Definitions of Beams.
Appendix D: Review for the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam.

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