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The Resource Mechanics of materials 1 : an introduction to the mechanics of elastic and plastic deformation of solids and structural materials, E.J. Hearn, (electronic resource)
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 One of the most important subjects for any student of engineering to master is the behaviour of materials and structures under load. The way in which they react to applied forces, the deflections resulting and the stresses and strains set up in the bodies concerned are all vital considerations when designing a mechanical component such that it will not fail under predicted load during its service lifetime.All the essential elements of a treatment of these topics are contained within this course of study, starting with an introduction to the concepts of stress and strain, shear force a
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 Front Cover; Mechanics of Materials 1; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; Notation; Chapter 1. Simple Stress and Strain; 1.1 Load; 1.2 Direct or normal stress ( σ ); 1.3 Direct strain ( ε ); 1.4 Sign convention for direct stress and strain; 1.5 Elastic materials  Hooke's law; 1.6 Modulus of elasticity  Young's modulus; 1.7 Tensile test; 1.8 Ductile materials; 1.9 Brittle materials; 1.10 Poisson's ratio; 1.11 Application of Poisson's ratio to a twodimensional stress system; 1.12 Shear stress; 1.13 Shear strain; 1.14 Modulus of rioidity; 1.15 Double shear
 1.16 Allowable workino stress  factor of safety1.17 Load factor; 1.18 Temperature stresses; 1.19 Stress concentrations  stress concentration factor; 1.20 Toughness; 1.21 Creep and fatigue; Examples; Problems; Bibliography; Chapter 2. Compound Bars; Summary; 2.1 Compound bars subjected to external load; 2.2 Compound bars ""equivalent"" or ""combined"" modulus; 2.3 Compound bars subjected to temperature change; 2.4 Compound bar (tube and rod); 2.5 Compound bars subjected to external load and temperature effects; 2.6 Compound thick cylinders subjected to temperature changes; Examples
 ProblemsChapter 3. Shearing Force and Bending Moment Diagrams; Summary; 3.1 Shearing force and bending moment; 3.2 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for beams carrying concentrated loads only; 3.3 S.F and B.M. diagrams for uniformly distributed loads; 3.4 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for combined concentrated and uniformly distributed loads; 3.5 Points of contraflexure; 3.6 Relationship between S.F. Q, B.M. M, and intensity of loading w; 3.7 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for an applied couple or moment; 3.8 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for inclined loads; 3.9 Graphical construction of S.F and B.M. diagrams
 3.10 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for beams carrying distributed loads of increasing value3.11 S.F. at points of application of concentrated loads; Examples; Problems; Chapter 4. Bending; Summary; Introduction; 4.1 Simple bending theory; 4.2 Neutral axis; 4.3 Section modulus; 4.4 Second moment of area; 4.5 Bending of composite or flitched beams; 4.6 Reinforced concrete beams  simple tension reinforcement; 4.7 Skew loading; 4.8 Combined bending and direct stresseccentric loading; 4.9 ""Middlequarter"" and ""middlethird"" rules; 4.10 Shear stresses owing to bending; 4.11 Strain energy in bending
 4.12 Limitations of the simple bending theoryExamples; Problems; Chapter 5. Slope and Deflection of Beams; Summary; Introduction; 5.1 Relationship between loading, S.F., B.M., slope and deflection; 5.2 Direct integration method; 5.3 Macaulay's method; 5.4 Macaulay's method for u.d.l's; 5.5 Macaulay's method for beams with u.d.l, applied over part of the beam; 5.6 Macaulay's method for couple applied at a point; 5.7 Mohr 's ""areamoment"" method; 5.8 Principle of superposition; 5.9 Energy method; 5.10 Maxwell 's theorem of reciprocal displacements
 5.11 Continuous beams  Clapeyron 's ""threemoment"" equation
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 9780080523996
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 Mechanics of materials 1 : an introduction to the mechanics of elastic and plastic deformation of solids and structural materials
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 Mechanics of materials 1
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 an introduction to the mechanics of elastic and plastic deformation of solids and structural materials
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 E.J. Hearn
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 Introduction to the mechanics of elastic and plastic deformation of solids and structural materials
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 eng
 eng
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 One of the most important subjects for any student of engineering to master is the behaviour of materials and structures under load. The way in which they react to applied forces, the deflections resulting and the stresses and strains set up in the bodies concerned are all vital considerations when designing a mechanical component such that it will not fail under predicted load during its service lifetime.All the essential elements of a treatment of these topics are contained within this course of study, starting with an introduction to the concepts of stress and strain, shear force a
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 .H3 1997
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 Mechanics of materials 1 : an introduction to the mechanics of elastic and plastic deformation of solids and structural materials, E.J. Hearn, (electronic resource)
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 Front Cover; Mechanics of Materials 1; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; Notation; Chapter 1. Simple Stress and Strain; 1.1 Load; 1.2 Direct or normal stress ( σ ); 1.3 Direct strain ( ε ); 1.4 Sign convention for direct stress and strain; 1.5 Elastic materials  Hooke's law; 1.6 Modulus of elasticity  Young's modulus; 1.7 Tensile test; 1.8 Ductile materials; 1.9 Brittle materials; 1.10 Poisson's ratio; 1.11 Application of Poisson's ratio to a twodimensional stress system; 1.12 Shear stress; 1.13 Shear strain; 1.14 Modulus of rioidity; 1.15 Double shear
 1.16 Allowable workino stress  factor of safety1.17 Load factor; 1.18 Temperature stresses; 1.19 Stress concentrations  stress concentration factor; 1.20 Toughness; 1.21 Creep and fatigue; Examples; Problems; Bibliography; Chapter 2. Compound Bars; Summary; 2.1 Compound bars subjected to external load; 2.2 Compound bars ""equivalent"" or ""combined"" modulus; 2.3 Compound bars subjected to temperature change; 2.4 Compound bar (tube and rod); 2.5 Compound bars subjected to external load and temperature effects; 2.6 Compound thick cylinders subjected to temperature changes; Examples
 ProblemsChapter 3. Shearing Force and Bending Moment Diagrams; Summary; 3.1 Shearing force and bending moment; 3.2 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for beams carrying concentrated loads only; 3.3 S.F and B.M. diagrams for uniformly distributed loads; 3.4 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for combined concentrated and uniformly distributed loads; 3.5 Points of contraflexure; 3.6 Relationship between S.F. Q, B.M. M, and intensity of loading w; 3.7 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for an applied couple or moment; 3.8 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for inclined loads; 3.9 Graphical construction of S.F and B.M. diagrams
 3.10 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for beams carrying distributed loads of increasing value3.11 S.F. at points of application of concentrated loads; Examples; Problems; Chapter 4. Bending; Summary; Introduction; 4.1 Simple bending theory; 4.2 Neutral axis; 4.3 Section modulus; 4.4 Second moment of area; 4.5 Bending of composite or flitched beams; 4.6 Reinforced concrete beams  simple tension reinforcement; 4.7 Skew loading; 4.8 Combined bending and direct stresseccentric loading; 4.9 ""Middlequarter"" and ""middlethird"" rules; 4.10 Shear stresses owing to bending; 4.11 Strain energy in bending
 4.12 Limitations of the simple bending theoryExamples; Problems; Chapter 5. Slope and Deflection of Beams; Summary; Introduction; 5.1 Relationship between loading, S.F., B.M., slope and deflection; 5.2 Direct integration method; 5.3 Macaulay's method; 5.4 Macaulay's method for u.d.l's; 5.5 Macaulay's method for beams with u.d.l, applied over part of the beam; 5.6 Macaulay's method for couple applied at a point; 5.7 Mohr 's ""areamoment"" method; 5.8 Principle of superposition; 5.9 Energy method; 5.10 Maxwell 's theorem of reciprocal displacements
 5.11 Continuous beams  Clapeyron 's ""threemoment"" equation
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 Mechanics of materials 1 : an introduction to the mechanics of elastic and plastic deformation of solids and structural materials, E.J. Hearn, (electronic resource)
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 Front Cover; Mechanics of Materials 1; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; Notation; Chapter 1. Simple Stress and Strain; 1.1 Load; 1.2 Direct or normal stress ( σ ); 1.3 Direct strain ( ε ); 1.4 Sign convention for direct stress and strain; 1.5 Elastic materials  Hooke's law; 1.6 Modulus of elasticity  Young's modulus; 1.7 Tensile test; 1.8 Ductile materials; 1.9 Brittle materials; 1.10 Poisson's ratio; 1.11 Application of Poisson's ratio to a twodimensional stress system; 1.12 Shear stress; 1.13 Shear strain; 1.14 Modulus of rioidity; 1.15 Double shear
 1.16 Allowable workino stress  factor of safety1.17 Load factor; 1.18 Temperature stresses; 1.19 Stress concentrations  stress concentration factor; 1.20 Toughness; 1.21 Creep and fatigue; Examples; Problems; Bibliography; Chapter 2. Compound Bars; Summary; 2.1 Compound bars subjected to external load; 2.2 Compound bars ""equivalent"" or ""combined"" modulus; 2.3 Compound bars subjected to temperature change; 2.4 Compound bar (tube and rod); 2.5 Compound bars subjected to external load and temperature effects; 2.6 Compound thick cylinders subjected to temperature changes; Examples
 ProblemsChapter 3. Shearing Force and Bending Moment Diagrams; Summary; 3.1 Shearing force and bending moment; 3.2 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for beams carrying concentrated loads only; 3.3 S.F and B.M. diagrams for uniformly distributed loads; 3.4 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for combined concentrated and uniformly distributed loads; 3.5 Points of contraflexure; 3.6 Relationship between S.F. Q, B.M. M, and intensity of loading w; 3.7 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for an applied couple or moment; 3.8 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for inclined loads; 3.9 Graphical construction of S.F and B.M. diagrams
 3.10 S.F. and B.M. diagrams for beams carrying distributed loads of increasing value3.11 S.F. at points of application of concentrated loads; Examples; Problems; Chapter 4. Bending; Summary; Introduction; 4.1 Simple bending theory; 4.2 Neutral axis; 4.3 Section modulus; 4.4 Second moment of area; 4.5 Bending of composite or flitched beams; 4.6 Reinforced concrete beams  simple tension reinforcement; 4.7 Skew loading; 4.8 Combined bending and direct stresseccentric loading; 4.9 ""Middlequarter"" and ""middlethird"" rules; 4.10 Shear stresses owing to bending; 4.11 Strain energy in bending
 4.12 Limitations of the simple bending theoryExamples; Problems; Chapter 5. Slope and Deflection of Beams; Summary; Introduction; 5.1 Relationship between loading, S.F., B.M., slope and deflection; 5.2 Direct integration method; 5.3 Macaulay's method; 5.4 Macaulay's method for u.d.l's; 5.5 Macaulay's method for beams with u.d.l, applied over part of the beam; 5.6 Macaulay's method for couple applied at a point; 5.7 Mohr 's ""areamoment"" method; 5.8 Principle of superposition; 5.9 Energy method; 5.10 Maxwell 's theorem of reciprocal displacements
 5.11 Continuous beams  Clapeyron 's ""threemoment"" equation
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