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Mechanics of Materials Author: Zhang discipline, Li Guangfan editor of the publication time: 2015 edition Corpus term: "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" textbook Introduction higher education "Mechanics of Materials / higher education" second five "planning materials" with reference to the Ministry of Higher Education The basic requirements for the teaching of the mechanics of materials course proposed by the School Mechanics Teaching Steering Committee for the Non-mechanical Specialty Basic Courses of Mechanical Instruction are compiled. The content of the book includes: introduction, axial tension and compression, strength calculation of connected components, torsion, bending internal force, bending stress, bending deformation, stress state and strength theory, combined deformation, energy method, pressure bar stability, dynamic load, consideration There are 13 chapters on the limit analysis of plasticity of materials, etc. The appendix includes the geometric properties of cross-section graphics and section steel tables. The content marked with an * is for teachers and readers to make decisions based on their needs. Each chapter is accompanied by a summary, reflection questions and exercises, and answers to the exercises are given in the appendix.
"Material Mechanics / General Higher Education" Twelfth Five-Year Plan "Textbooks is suitable as a textbook and teaching reference for undergraduates in civil engineering, water conservancy and hydropower engineering, agricultural water conservancy engineering, transportation engineering, water supply and drainage engineering, environmental engineering and related majors The book can also be used as a reference for related engineering and technical personnel.
Chapter 1 Introduction Section 1 Tasks and Research Objects of Material Mechanics Section 2 Basic Assumptions of Material Mechanics Section 3 External and Internal Forces Section Methods Section 4 Stress and Strain Hook's Law Section 5 Basics of Member Deformation Form Summary Thinking Exercises

Chapter 2 Axial Tension and Compression Concept and Examples of Axial Tension and Compression of the Second Section Axial Force and Axial Force Diagram Section 3 Stress of the Tension (Compression) Rod Deformation of the Fourth Section of the Tension (Compression) Rod · Hook's law Section 5 Mechanical properties of materials under tension and compression Section 6 Strength calculation of tension (compression) rod Section 7 Concept of stress concentration Section VIII Statically indeterminate problem of tension (compression) rod Summary Problem

Chapter 3 Strength calculation of connected members Section 1 Concepts and examples of shearing Section 2 Practical calculations of shear Section 3 Practical calculations of extrusion Section 4 Calculation examples of connecting members Summary Questions

Chapter 4 Concept of Torsion in Section 1 Torsion in Section 2 External Force Coupling Moment and Torque Section 3 Concept of Torsion and Pure Shear in Section 3 Thin-walled Cylinder Section 4 Stress and Strength Conditions in Circular Section Twist Section 5 Deformation and Stiffness Conditions

Chapter 5 Bending internal force The concept of the first section of plane bending and the calculation of the beam. The internal force of the second section of the beam-shear force and bending moment. The internal force diagram of the third section of the beam-shear force diagram and bending moment diagram. Differential relationship between bending moment and load set degree Section 5 Internal force diagram according to the principle of superposition Section 6 Internal force diagram of other statically determinate structures

Chapter VI Bending Stress Section I outlines the normal stress on the cross section of the second beam, the normal stress intensity condition of the beam Section III the shear stress on the cross section of the beam, the shear stress condition of the beam Section 4, the rational design of the beam Section 5 Shear Stress and Bending Center Summary of Open Thin-Walled Section Beams

Chapter 7 Bending Deformation Displacement-Deflection and Rotation Angle of First Section Beam Approximate Differential Equations and Integral of Deflection Curve of Second Section Beam Section 3 Superposition Method to Calculate Beam Deformation Measures Section 5 Solution of Simple Statically Indeterminate Beams

Chapter VIII Stress State and Strength Theory Section 1 Concept of Stress State Section 2 Analysis of Planar Stress State Section 3 Concept and Application of Main Stress Trace Section Section 4 Spatial Stress State Section 5 Stress and Strain in Complex Stress State Relations between Section 6 Strain energy density under complex stress conditions Section 7 Strength theory Section 8 Moore strength theory Section 9 Application of various strength theories

Chapter IX Combined Deformation Section 1 Overview Section 2 Oblique Bend Section 3 Combined Deformation of Bending and Tension Compression Section 4 Eccentric Stretch (or Compression)
Section 5 Combination of Twisting and Bending

Chapter 10 Energy Method Section 1 Overview Section 2 Strain Energy and Residual Energy Section 3 Moore's Theorem Section 4 Graphical Multiplication Method Summary Questions Exercises

Chapter 11 The Stability of the Stabilizer of the First Section The critical pressure of the second section of the slender section The critical pressure of the second section of the slender section · Euler's formula Section 5 Summary of Measures to Improve the Stability of Struts

Chapter Twelve Dynamic Loads Section One Overview Stress Calculation of Section Two Members in Uniformly Accelerated Linear Motion or Constant Speed Rotation Section III Stress Calculation in Impact Section Section IV Alternating Stress and Fatigue Failure Section Fatigue Limit and SN Section 6 of the curve The main factors affecting the fatigue limit of components

Chapter 13 Limit analysis considering the plasticity of the material Section 1 Assumption of plastic deformation and plastic limit analysis The limit load of the second section tension and compression rod system The limit load of the third section such as a straight round bar torsion The limit bending of the fourth section beam Moment and Plastic Hinge Section 5 Limit Loads of Statically Indeterminate Beams

Appendix Ⅰ Geometrical properties of the section Appendix Ⅰ Static moment and centroid position of the section Appendix 1-2 Moment of inertia, moment of inertia, and inertia product Appendix 1-3 Formula of parallel shift axis of the moment of inertia and inertia product Moment of inertia and inertia product Appendix I-4 Rotary axis formula of moment of inertia and inertia product · Sectional principal inertia axis and principal moment of inertia Appendix I-5 Summary of turning radius

Appendix Ⅱ Calculation formulas for geometric properties of common sections Appendix Ⅲ Section steel tables Appendix Ⅳ Beam deflection and corner under simple load


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