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Mechanics of Materials (6th edition of the original translation)
Author: [US] Ferdinand P. Beer, E Russell Johnston Jr. waiting; Taoqiu Fan, Fan Qin Shan translation Published: 2015
Series items: Era Education · Selected content of excellent textbooks for foreign universities Introduction The features of this book are: pay attention to the expression of basic concepts and basic principles, and the application of simple models. On this basis, the mechanical design formulas required for engineering are derived. At the same time, special attention is paid to engineering applications. First, in the introduction at the beginning of each chapter, the relevant engineering background and engineering examples are introduced. Second, for each concept, principle, and formula, the conditions under which it can be safely applied are pointed out. In the analysis and design of engineering structures and machine parts; in addition, special attention is paid to design. From the first chapter, the analysis and design of components under axial load have been introduced. The contents of this book include: the concept of stress, stress and strain under axial load, torsion, pure bending, analysis and design of beams under bending, shear stress in beams and thin-walled members, stress transformation and strain transformation, given Principal stress under load, deflection of beam, stability of compression bar, energy method. This book can be used as a bilingual teaching material for materials mechanics in related engineering colleges, and it can also be used as a reference for related professional scientific and technical personnel.
Translator's Preface About the Author's Preface Symbol Table Chapter 1 Introduction-Concept of Stress XX
1.1 Introduction 2
1.2 Brief Review of Static Methods 2
1.3 Stresses in components 4
1.4 Analysis and Strength Design 5
1.5 Axial load normal stress 6
1.6 Shear stress 8
1.7 Compression stress in connectors 10
1.8 Application in simple structural analysis and strength design 10
1.9 Methods to Solve Problems 13
1.10 Solution Accuracy 14
Exercise 16
1.11 Stress on oblique sections of members when subjected to axial load 21
1.12 Stress and stress components under general load 23
1.13 Strength Design Issues 26
Exercise 31
Review and Summary 36
Review Questions 38
Computer Exercises 40
Chapter 2 Stress and Strain Under Axial Loads 44
2.1 Introduction 46
2.2 Linear strain under axial load 47
2.3 Stress-strain relationship curve 48
* 2.4 True stress and true strain 52
2.5 Hook's Law Elastic Modulus 53
2.6 Elastic and Plastic Mechanical Behavior of Materials 55
2.7 Alternating Load Fatigue 57
2.8 Deformation of members under axial load 58
Exercise 62
2.9 Statically Indefinite Problems 67
2.10 Effects of Temperature Changes 71
Exercise 77
2.11 Poisson's ratio 81
2.12 Generalized Hooke's Law for Multidirectional Loading
* 2.13 Volume strain volume elastic modulus 85
2.14 Shear Strain
2.15 Further discussion of the relationship between deformations E, ν, and G under axial load
* 2.16 Stress-strain relationship of fiber reinforced composites 92
Problem 96
2.17 Distribution of Stress and Strain under Axial Load
2.18 Stress Concentration
2.19 Plastic Deformation 105
* 2.20 residual stress 109
Problem 112
Review and Summary 116
Review Questions 121
Computer Exercises 124
Chapter 3 Twist 126
3.1 Introduction 128
3.2 Preliminary discussion on torsional shear stress of a circular shaft 129
3.3 Circular shaft torsional deformation
3.4 Stress in the elastic range 133
Exercises 139
3.5 Torsion angle in the elastic range 144
3.6 Reversing the Statically Indefinite Problem
Problem 152
3.7 Strength Design of Transmission Shaft 158
3.8 Stress Concentration During Circular Shaft Torsion
Exercises 162
* 3.9 Plastic deformation during torsion of a circular shaft 165
* 3.10 Torsion of circular shaft of ideal elastoplastic material 167
* 3.11 Residual stress when a circular shaft is twisted 170
Problem 174
* 3.12 Torsion of non-circular section bar 178
* 3.13 Torsion of closed thin-walled member 180
Exercises 184
Review and Summary 189
Review Questions 194
Computer Exercises 196
Chapter 4 Pure Bending 198
4.1 Introduction 200
4.2 Pure Bending of Symmetrical Section Beams 202
4.3 Deformation of Symmetrical Section Beams in Pure Bending
4.4 Stress and Deformation Analysis in the Elastic Range 206
4.5 Deformation of the cross section 210
Problem 213
4.6 Bending of composite beams of different materials 217
4.7 Stress Concentration
Problem 225
* 4.8 Plastic deformation 229
* 4.9 Ideal elastoplastic material beam 231
* 4.10 Plastic deformation of a beam with one plane of symmetry 235
* 4.11 Residual stress 235
Problem 240
Material Mechanics
Exercises 247
4.13 Asymmetric Bending
4.14 General situation of eccentric axial load 257
Exercises 261
* 4.15 Bending of curved beams 266
Problem 272
Review and Summary 276
Review Questions 279
Computer Exercises 282
Chapter 5 Analysis and Design of Beams When Bending
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Shear and Bending Moment Diagrams
Exercises 293
5.3 Differential relationships between loads, shear forces and bending moments
Problem 303
5.4 Bending Strength Design of Straight Beams of Equal Section 306
Problem 310
* 5.5 Determining Shear Force and Moment of Beam by Singular Function Method
Problem 323
* 5.6 Variable cross-section straight beam 327
Problem 331
Review and Summary
Review Questions 338
Computer Exercises 340
Chapter 6 Shear Stresses in Beams and Thin-Walled Members
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Shear forces in longitudinal sections of beam microsections 345
6.3 Determining the Shear Stress of a Beam 348
6.4 Shear stresses for rectangular and I-shaped beams 349
* 6.5 Further discussion of stress distribution in narrow rectangular beams 351
Exercises 355
6.6 Shear force in longitudinal section of beams of arbitrary shape 360
6.7 Bending Shear Stress of Thin-Walled Members
* 6.8 Plastic deformation 364
Exercises 368
* 6.9 Asymmetric bending center of thin wall member 373
Exercise 382
Review and Summary 385
Review Questions 387
Computer Exercises 389
Chapter 7 Stress Transformation and Strain Transformation
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Plane Stress Transformation
7.3 Principal Stress Maximum Shear Stress 398
Exercises 402
7.4 Mohr's circle 405 for plane stress
Exercise 412
7.5 General stress state 415
7.6 Moire circle applied to 3D stress analysis 417
* 7.7 Yield criterion for ductile materials under plane stress 420
* 7.8 Fracture criteria for brittle materials under plane stress 422
Exercise 427
7.9 Stress in thin-walled pressure vessels 431
Exercises 436
* 7.10 Plane Strain Transformation 438
* 7.11 Mohr's circle with plane strain 441
* 7.12 Three-dimensional strain analysis 444
* 7.13 Strain measurement strain 447
Problem 451
Review and Summary 455
Review Questions 459
Computer Exercises 462
Chapter 8 Principal Stresses Under a Given Load 464
* 8.1 Introduction 466
* 8.2 In-beam principal stress 466
* 8.3 Design of transmission shaft 469
Problem 475
* 8.4 Stress under combined load 478
Exercises 486
Review and Summary 491
Review Questions 493
Computer Exercises 495
Chapter 9 Beam Deflection 498
ⅩⅨⅩⅧ9.1 Introduction 500
9.2 Deformation of beams under transverse loads 501
9.3 Elastic Curve Equation 503
9.4 Direct determination of elastic curve based on load distribution 509
9.5 Statically Indeterminate Beam 512
Problem 517
* 9.6 Singular function method to determine the angle and deflection of the beam 522
Exercise 529
9.7 Superposition Method 532
9.8 Superposition Method Applied to Statically Indeterminate Beams 534
Exercise 539
* 9.9 Area Moment Theorem 543
* 9.10 area moment theorem applied to cantilever beams and beams subjected to symmetrical loads 546
* 9.11 Section drawing moment 548
Problem 554
* 9.12 Area moment theorem applied to beams subjected to asymmetric loads 558
* 9.13 Maximum deflection 560
* 9.14 Area moment theorem applied to statically indeterminate beams 563
Exercises 568
Review and Summary 572
Review Questions 578
Computer Exercises 580
Chapter 10 Stabilizer 582
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Structural Stability
10.3 Euler's Formula 587
10.4 Euler's formula applied to other constraints 590
Problem 594
* 10.5 Eccentric load secant formula 600
Exercise 605
10.6 Design of Compression Rods under Central Load 609
Exercises 617
10.7 Design of Compression Rods under Eccentric Loads
Problem 626
Review and Summary 629
Review Questions 631
Computer Exercises 633
Chapter 11 Energy Methods 636
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Strain Energy
11.3 Strain energy density 640
11.4 Elastic Strain Energy at Normal Stress
11.5 Elastic Strain Energy of Shear Stress 644
11.6 Strain Energy in the General Stress State
Problem 651
11.7 Impact load 658
11.8 Impact Load Design 661
11.9 Work and energy with a single load 662
11.10 Applying Functional Methods to Determine Deflection Under a Single Load 664
Exercises 669
* 11.11 Work and energy when several loads are applied at the same time 674
* 11.12 Carr's Theorem 677
* 11.13 Determining the Deflection by Using Karl's Theorem 678
* 11.14 Karst theorem applied to static indefinite structures 681
Exercise 689
Review and Summary 693
Review Questions 697
Computer Exercises 699
Addendum 702
Appendix A Area Moment 703
Appendix B Mechanical Properties of Engineering Common Materials (SI Units) 712
Appendix C Section Steel Table (SI System) 715
Appendix D Beam Deflection and Angle 721
Appendix E Engineering Fundamentals Exam 723

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