Of Engineering Mechanics: white new science editor of the publication time: 2012
Introduction to the content "Engineering Mechanics (Twelfth Five-Year Plan Textbook for General Higher Education Mechanics)" (author Bai Xinli) is based on the teaching plan and syllabus of engineering mechanics for engineering majors in colleges and universities. The main contents are the basics of statics, plane force system, basic concepts of material mechanics, axial tension and compression, shear and compression, torsion, bending, stress state and strength theory, strength calculation of combined deformation, and stability of compression bars. "Engineering Mechanics (Twelfth Five-Year Plan Textbook for General Higher Education Mechanics)" can be used as a teaching material for engineering mechanics courses of engineering majors in colleges and universities, and can also be used as a reference for relevant professional teachers or engineering technicians.
Introduction Chapter 1 Basics of Statics 1.1 Basic Concepts of Statics 1.2 Axioms of Statics 1.3 Constraints and Constraints 1.4 Summary of Force Analysis and Diagrams Chapter 2 Plane Meeting Force System and Plane Force Couple 2.1 The geometric method for the synthesis and equilibrium of the plane meeting force system 2.2 The analytical method for the synthesis and equilibrium of the plane meeting force system 2.3 The moment of the plane force to the point 2.4 Summary of the plane force couple system Chapter 3 General plane Force system and plane parallel force system 3.1 Simplification of plane general force system to a point 3.2 Simplification of plane parallel force system 3.3 Balance and balance equation of general force system in plane 3.4 Balance and balance of plane parallel force system Equation 3.5 Balance of physical systems Chapter 4 Basic concepts of material mechanics 4.1 Basic assumptions of material mechanics 4.2 Geometric characteristics of main research objects (members) of material mechanics 4.3 Basic deformation of members 4.4 External force, internal force, section method 4.5 Summary of stress and strain Chapter 5 Axial tension and compression 5.1 Overview 5.2 Axis and axial force Figure 5.3 Tension and compression rod stress 5.4 When tension and compression Mechanical properties of materials s. 5 Failure, Allowable Stress and Strength Conditions 5.6 Concept of Stress Concentration 5.7 Deformation of Tension and Compression Rods 5.8 Summary of Simple Static and Static Indetermination Problems Chapter 6 Shearing and Extrusion 6.1 Almost Velocity 6 .2 Practical calculation method of shear and extrusion 6.3 Practical calculation method of shear and extrusion Summary Chapter 7 Torsion 7.1 Concept and example of torsion 7.2 Torque and torque Figure 7.3 Torsion of circular shaft Stress and strength conditions at time 7.4 Deformation and stiffness conditions for torsion of a circular shaft 7.5 Summary of the problem of statically indefinite torsion Chapter 8 Bending internal forces 8.1 Overview 8.2 Internal forces during bending-shear forces and bending moments 8.3 Shear Equation, Moment Equation and Shear Diagram, Bending Moment Diagram 8.4 Differential Relationship Between Shear, Bending Moment, and Load Concentration and Their Applications 8.5 Bending Moment Diagram Using Superposition Principle Summary 9 Chapter Bending stress 9.1 Overview 9.2 Normal stress on beam cross section during plane bending 9.3 Shear stress on beam cross section under instantaneous bending 9.4 Strength spare parts for beam 9.5 Reasonable design of beam Section 10 Chapter Bending Deformation 10.1 Overview 10.2 Deflection Curves of Beams Approximate Differential Equations 10.3 Integral Method to Calculate the Displacement of a Beam 10.4 Superposition Method to Calculate the Beam 10.5 Beam stiffness conditions and measures to increase beam stiffness 10.6 Summary of simple statically indeterminate beams Chapter 11 Stress states and strength theory 11.1 Overview 11.2 Stress analysis in plane stress state 11.3 Spatial stress Concept of state 11.4 Generalized Hook's law 11.5 Summary of strength theory and its equivalent stress Chapter 12 Strength calculation of combined deformation 12.1 Concept of combined deformation 12.2 Oblique bending 12.3 Tension (compression) and bending The combination of 12.4 eccentric pull (compression)
12.5 Summary of torsion and bending Chapter 13 Stability of compression rods 13.1 Stability concept 13.2 Euler formula 13.3 Calculation of critical stress for small and medium flexibility rods 13.4 Calculation of compression rod stability 13.5 Improving stability of compression rods Appendix I. Geometrical properties of the section. Appendix II. Section steel specifications. Appendix III. Beam deflection and cornering under simple loads.