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Mechanical engineering for fine author: John Chen, Tao Junlin ed Publication date: 2014
Series edited items: Introduction to the 21st Century General Colleges and Universities Planning Textbooks and Civil Engineering Contents "Intensive Editing Engineering Mechanics / 21st Century General Colleges and Universities Planning Textbooks and Civil Engineering Classes" is divided into 3 parts, totaling 11 chapters. Among them, the first two chapters mainly explain the basic concepts and basic theories of mechanics, as well as the forces on objects and their analytical calculation methods; the second six chapters of part two explain the basic deformation laws and internal forces and deformation of rods. Analysis and calculation methods; The three chapters in Part 3 explain the analysis and calculation methods of more complex deformations of members and stability of compression bars. In order to facilitate students' grasp of what they have learned, there are summaries, reflection questions, and a certain number of exercises at the end of each chapter. The "engineering fine engineering / 21st century general colleges and universities planning teaching materials, civil engineering" is also equipped with exercises. Answers and study guides. "Completely compiled engineering mechanics / planning textbooks for civil engineering in the 21st century, civil engineering" can be used as textbooks and teaching reference books for engineering majors in general colleges and universities, and can be used as a reference for engineering and technical personnel.
Introduction Introduction Part 1 Rigid Body Force Analysis and Calculation Chapter 1 Rigid Body Force Analysis
1.1 Basic Concepts of Mechanics
1.2 Mechanics Axiom
1.3 Constraints and binding forces
1.4 Force Analysis of Objects Chapter Summary Thinking Problems Exercises Chapter 2 Analysis and Calculation of Forces
2.1 The plane convergence force system
2.2 Plane force couple system
2.3 plane general force system
2.4 Plane force system problems in engineering Summary of this chapter Thinking exercises Exercises Part 2 Basic deformation of members Chapter 3 Axial tension and compression
3.1 Diagram of the internal force and axial force of the axial tension (compression) rod
3.2 Stress of the axial tension (compression) rod
3.3 Mechanical properties of materials under axial tension (compression)
3.4 Calculation of axial tension (compression) rod deformation
3.5 Strength conditions of the axial tension (compression) rod
3.6 Concept of stress concentration
3.7 Static and indefinite problems of stretching and compression
4.1 Engineering issues
4.2 Practical calculation of shear
4.3 Practical calculation of extrusion
4.4 Practical calculation of welds Summary of this chapter Thinking exercises Exercises Chapter 5 Reversal
5.1 Engineering issues
5.2 Internal forces in cross section of torsional members
5.3 Shear stress reciprocity theorem
5.4 Stress and Deformation of Circular Shaft
5.5 Strength and Stiffness Conditions of a Circular Shaft
5.6 Twisting Statically Indefinite Problems Chapter Summary Thinking Exercises Chapter 6 Beam Internal Forces
6.1 Overview
6.2 Shear and bending moment
6.3 Shear and moment diagrams
6.4 Differential relationships between bending moments, shear forces, and load set-ups
7.1 Normal stress on beam cross section in pure bending
7.2 Bending Normal Stress Strength Conditions for Beams
7.3 Bending Shear Stress Strength Conditions for Beams
7.4 The main measures to improve the bending strength of beams
8.1 Beam Deflection and Angle
8.2 Deflection of beams
8.3 Finding the Bending Deformation of a Beam by the Integral Method
8.4 Finding the Bending Deformation of a Beam by the Superposition Method
8.5 Beam Stiffness Conditions and Applications
8.6 Simple Static Indeterminate Beam
8.7 Main Measures to Improve the Bending Stiffness of This Chapter Summary Questions Exercises Part 3 Combined Deformation and Stabilization of Rods Chapter 9 Stress State and Strength Theory
9.1 Concept of stress state
9.2 Analytical method of plane stress state analysis
9.3 Graphical method for plane stress state analysis
9.4 State of Space Stress and Generalized Hook's Law
9.5 Intensity Theory Chapter Summary Thinking Exercises Chapter 10 Combined Deformation
10.1 The concept and analysis of combined deformation
10.2 Oblique bending
10.3 Combined Bending and Stretching (Compression) Deformation
10.4 Combined deformation of bending and torsion
11.1 Stability Problems of Pressure Rods in Engineering
11.2 Stable and unstable balance
11.3 Critical pressure of slender struts
11.4 critical stress
11.5 Stability calculation of ram
11.6 Measures to improve the stability of the pressure bar Summary of the thinking exercises in this chapter Appendix Ⅰ Geometric properties of plane figures I.1 Moments of the first moment I.2 Moments of the second moment I.3 Appendix of the parallel shift formula exercises Ⅱ References for steel tables

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