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Author Cizas, Algirdas

Title Mechanics of Materials : Study Guide
Published Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Press, 2008


Description 1 online resource (173 pages)
Contents Preface; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Subject of the course; 1.2. Internal forces. Method of sections; 1.3. Stress; 1.4. Displacement, strain; 1.5. General assumptions ; 2. Tension and compression; 2.1. Axially loaded structural members; 2.2. Stresses in an axially loaded member; 2.3. Strength; 2.4. Strain and elongation; 2.5. Deflections; 2.6. Stiffness; 2.7. Elastic strain energy; 2.8. Structures composed of axially loaded straight rods; 2.9. Peculiarities of statically indeterminate structures; 2.10. Influence of the vertical rod weight; 3. Mechanical properties of structural materials
4. Geometrical properties of cross sections5. Shearing. Torsion; 5.1. Shearing stresses in connections; 5.2. Bearing stresses in connections; 5.3. Stresses in circular members under torsion; 5.4. Angle of circular member twist; 5.5. Solid noncircular members in torsion; 6. Bending of beams; 6.1. Reactions, shearing forces and bending moments in beams; 6.2. Differential relationships between load, shearing force and bending moment functions; 6.3. Diagrams of shearing force and bending moment; 6.4. Pure bending in beams. Normal stresses; 6.5. Shearing stresses in beams
6.6. Rational shapes of beams6.7. Special cases of beam strength investigation; 7. Deflection of beam; 7.1. Strain. Curvature; 7.2. Displacement; 7.3. Techniques for determining beam displacements; 7.4. The moment-area technique; 7.5. Stiffness requirements; 8. Stability of columns. Buckling; 8.1. Stability of equilibrium; 8.2. The Euler's formula; 8.3. Design of columns; 9. States of stress and strain; 9.1. State of stress. Principal stresses; 9.2. Plane stress; 9.3. State of strain; 9.4. Generalized Hooke's law; 9.5. Dilatation (volumetric strain)
880-01 12.3. Principle of energy conservation. Impact loading13. Influence of plastic deformation; 13.1. Ductile materials; 13.2. Structures under tension or compression; 13.3. Structures under torsion; 13.4. Structures under bending; 13.5. Permanent strains and residual stresses; 14. Local effects; 14.1. Stress concentration; 14.2. Cracks and fracture; 14.3. Contact stresses; 15. Variable stresses. Fatigue; 15.1. Fatigue; 15.2. Endurance; Appendix. Examples of problem solution; A1. Design of a frame; A2. A statically indeterminate beam; Lithuanian-English vocabulary. Mechanics of materials; Index
880-01/(S 9.6. Relation among the constants of an elastic material E, G, and ν 9.7. Theories (hypotheses) of failure; 10. Compound stresses; 10.1. Stresses at any point; 10.2. Position of a neutral axis; 10.3. Strength requirements for a straight rod; 10.4. Kern of a cross section; 10.5. Strength requirements for initially-curved beams; 10.6. Thin-walled pressure vessels; 11. Statically indeterminate beams. Force method; 11.1. Static indeterminacy of structures; 11.2. Force method; 12. Influence of dynamic loadings; 12.1. Peculiarities of dynamic loading; 12.2. D'Alambert's principle
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Subject Strength of materials -- Study guides
Mechanics, Applied -- Study guides
Strains and stresses -- Study guides
Mechanics, Applied
Strains and stresses
Strength of materials
Genre/Form Study guides
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9789955282945