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Of Engineering Mechanics: money double Bin, Fang Xiuzhen, Liu Yuli edited publication time: 2014
Series items: Introduction to the contents of general higher education planning textbooks "Engineering Mechanics / General Higher Education Planning Textbooks" is based on the "basic requirements for engineering mechanics of engineering undergraduates in universities and colleges", combined with the positioning of new undergraduate institutions, streamlining the content, highlighting key points, and striving to make The knowledge to be introduced is simple and clear; while diluting the theoretical derivation, the new teaching concept of disassembly and reorganization of the mechanics module is introduced; attention should be paid to the integration, integration and penetration of related courses to adapt to the teaching of engineering mechanics courses in newly-established universities. Requirements, to meet the requirements for the cultivation of applied talents in universities. "Engineering Mechanics / General Higher Education Planning Textbook" is divided into two parts: statics and material mechanics. The statics chapter includes 3 chapters of the axiom of statics and the force analysis of objects, the plane force system, and the space force system; the material mechanics chapter includes the basic concepts of material mechanics, axial tension and compression, torsion, bending, stress state analysis and strength Chapter 6 on Theory and Stability of Struts. At the end of each chapter, this book is equipped with summary points, thinking questions, and exercises. The concept of the book is rigorous, concise, and the language is fluent and easy to understand. Compared with other similar textbooks, the biggest feature of this book is that it focuses on cultivating students' comprehensive quality and ability to solve practical engineering problems by applying mechanical knowledge. This book can be used as a teaching material for engineering mechanics courses of non-mechanical and non-civil engineering majors in colleges and universities. It can also be used as a reference for teachers and students of higher vocational colleges, colleges and universities, and adult engineering and technical personnel.
Preface Chapter 1 Statics Chapter 1 Static Axioms and Force Analysis of Objects
1.1 The concept of rigid bodies and forces
1.2 Axioms of Statics
1.3 Constraints and binding forces
1.4 Force analysis of objects and points of force diagrams Summary of thinking exercises Exercises Chapter 2 Plane force system
2.1 The plane convergence force system
2.2 Moment of plane force vs. point
2.3 Simplification of plane arbitrary force system
2.4 Equilibrium conditions and equilibrium equations for arbitrary force systems in the plane
2.5 Equilibrium, Statically Indeterminate and Statically Indeterminate Problems of Object Systems
2.6 Essentials of Internal Force Calculation for Plane Simple Truss
3.1 Projection of Force on Space Rectangular Axis
3.2 Moment of force versus point and moment of force versus axis
3.3 Simplification and Balance Points of Arbitrary Force System in Space
4.1 Basic assumptions for deformed solids
4.2 Concepts of internal force, section method and stress
4.3 Concepts of deformation and strain
4.4 Basic Forms of Bar Deformation
5.1 Internal forces and stresses during stretching and compression
5.2 Mechanical properties of materials under tension and compression
5.3 Strength calculation under tension and compression
5.4 Deformation calculation in tension and compression
5.5 Instability Problems in Tension and Compression
5.6 The concept of stress concentration
5.7 Practical calculation points for connectors Summary of thinking problems Exercises Chapter 6 Reversal
6.1 Torque and torque diagram
6.2 Torsion of thin-walled cylinders
6.3 Stress and Deformation of a Circular Shaft
6.4 Strength and stiffness conditions for circular shaft torsion
6.5 Key points for torsion of rectangular cross-section rods
7.1 Concept and Engineering Example of Plane Bending
7.2 Calculation of beams
7.3 Shear forces and bending moments of beams
7.4 Shear and Moment Diagrams of Beams
7.5 Normal bending stress
7.6 Bending Shear Stress
7.7 Beam strength conditions
7.8 Bending deformation
7.9 Essentials of Statically Indeterminate Beams Summary of Thinking Exercises Chapter 8 Stress State Analysis and Strength Theory
8.1 Overview
8.2 Stress analysis under plane stress
8.3 Introduction to spatial stress state analysis
8.4 Generalized Hook's Law
8.5 Strength theory
8.6 Summary of Combining Deformations
9.1 Concept of Stability
9.2 Euler's formula for the critical force of a slender strut
9.3 Application of Euler's formula and empirical formula
9.4 Stability calculation of ram
9.5 Summary of measures to improve the stability of the pressure bar Summary of thinking problems Appendix to the exercises Appendix Ⅰ Geometric properties of the section Appendix Ⅱ Performance parameters of commonly used materials Appendix Ⅲ Steel section specification table Appendix Ⅳ Exercise answers

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