Strength of Materials by Timoshenko :: Book Description: Strength of Materials, Part 1, Elementary theory and problems book has a considerable number of new problems were added and answers to many of the old problems inserted. This book was expanded by the addition of two new chapters, namely Chapter VIII which deals with bending of beams in a plane which is not a plane of symmetry and Chapter XII on the bending of curved bars. In Chapter VIII the notion of shear center which is of great practical importance in the case of thin walled structures is introduced.
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In this edition of “Strength of Materials”, a considerable number of new questions are added. In addition to these, two more chapters on “bending of beams” and “bending of curved bars” are added to keep the book up to date.
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1. Tension, Compression, and Shear: I
2. Tension, Compression, and Shear: II
3. Biaxial Tension and Compression
5. Stresses in Beams: I
6. Stresses in Beams: II
7. Analysis of Plane Stress and Plane Strain
8. Deflection of Beams
9. Statically Indeterminate Beams
10. Theory of Columns
11. Mechanical Properties of Materials
Appendix B: Moments of Inertia of Plane Areas
Appendix B-1: Tables
Strength of Materials by Timoshenko
Book Title : Strength of Materials, Part 1, Elementary theory and problems
Author(s) : Stephen Timoshenko
Publisher : CBS Publisher
Edition : Second Edition
Pages : 187
PDF Size : 13.2 Mb
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