Engineering Mechanics, Second Edition: Yang Qingsheng, Choi Yun, Long Lianchun with Publication date: 2014
Series edited items: Brief introduction of Beijing higher education quality textbooks and general higher education "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" textbooks "Engineering Mechanics (Second Edition) / Beijing higher education quality textbooks and general higher education" Twelfth Five-Year Plan "textbooks" Engineering mechanics courses for non-mechanics majors. Guided by the basic concept of cultivating innovative talents, the basic teaching content of this course is fully explained, with particular emphasis on the combination of theory and application, the combination of teaching and scientific research, and the combination of book knowledge and engineering practice. The main contents include static balance, deformation mechanics of elastic members, kinematics and dynamics, and mechanical modeling of engineering structures.
The first chapter of statics Chapter 1. Basic knowledge of statics and force analysis of objects 1.1 Basic concepts of mechanics 1.2 Basic principles of statics 1.3 Analysis of constraints and restraints and forces on objects Exercises Chapter 2 Plane force system 2.1 Plane Meeting Force System 2.2 Plane Force Coupling System 2.3 Planar Arbitrary Force System 2.4 Balanced Thinking Problems of Object System Exercises Chapter 3 Space Force System 3.1 Space Meeting Force System 3.2 Force-to-point Moment and Force-to-Axis Moment 3.3 Space Force Coupling System 3.4 Simplification of arbitrary force system in space 3.5 Equilibrium equation of space force system 3.6 Gravity thinking problem Exercise 2 Material mechanics Chapter 4 Basic concepts of material mechanics 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Basic assumptions of materials 4.3 Basic forms of member deformation 4.4 Elastic members Internal force and section method 4.5 Internal force and symbol requirements for basic deformation 4.6 Conceptual thinking of stress and strain Exercises Chapter 5 Axial tension and compression 5.1 Concept and axial force of axial tension and compression of members Figure 5.2 Stress and cross section Strength calculations 5.3 Mechanical properties of materials 5.4 Deformation of straight rods under tension and compression 5.5 Simple static problems of tension and compression Problems Exercises Chapter 6 Circular shaft torsion 6.1 Concept of circular shaft torsion Figure 6.2 Basic theory of torsion with torque 6.3 Stress and deformation on cross section when torsion of circular axis 6.4 Calculation of strength and stiffness of torsion of circular axis Problem Exercises Chapter 7 Plane Bending 7.1 Concept of Bending 7.2 Internal Force of Beam When Plane Bending—— Shear and bending moments 7.3 Calculation of bending normal stress and strength 7.4 Beam displacement analysis and stiffness calculation 7.5 Simple statically indeterminate beams 7.6 Measures to improve the bending capacity of beams Exercises Chapter 8 Stress states and strength theory 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Planar stress states 8.3 Spatial Stress State and Generalized Hook's Law 8.4 Basic Concepts of Strength Theory 8.5 Thoughts on Strength Theory Exercises Chapter 9 Combined Deformation 9.1 Overview of Combined Deformation 9.2 Combination of Tension (Compression) and Bending 9.3 Strength Calculation of Combined Deformation of Bending and Torsion Chapter 10 Shearing and Extrusion 10.1 Concepts of Shearing and Extrusion 10.2 Practical Calculation of Shearing and Extrusion 10.3 Calculation of Shear and Extrusion Strength of Connector The concept of stability of compression rods 11.2 Critical load of slender compression rods and Euler's formula 11.3 Classification and critical stress of compression rods Stability measures. Thinking exercises. Chapter 12. Alternating stress and fatigue strength. 12.1 Alternating stress and its description. 12.2 Fatigue concept and fatigue limit of materials. Point Motion Analysis 13.1 Kinematics Introduction 13.2 Point Motion Analysis