ISBN 9788174092127,Theory and Solved Problems in Advanced Strength of Materials

Theory and Solved Problems in Advanced Strength of Materials

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Sadhu Singh

Publisher:

Khanna Publisher

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ISBN 9788174092127
Publisher

Khanna Publisher

Publication Year 2006
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788174092127

ISBN-10 8174092129
Binding

Paper Back

Edition 2nd
Number of Pages 466 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Mechanical engineering

This book is intended to give fundamental knowledge of the theoretical and experimental methods for stress analysis which could be attempted to solve problems both in the elastic and plastic range. This book has been divided into three parts. Part 1--It deals with the basic equations of the Theory of Elasticity. Emphasis has been laid on the theoretical background of these basic equations. Number of problems have been solved to illustrate these basic equations. Also some of the simple problems of the Theory of Elasticity have been solved in rectangular Cartesian and Polar coordinates. Part 2--It deals with fundamental relations of the Theory of Plasticity and most commonly used stress strain relations in the plastic range of ideally plastic materials and yield criteria. These have been further explained with the help of solved examples. Some of the simple problems of plastic yielding of beams, shafts, cylinders, spheres, rotating discs and cylinders have also been solved. Numerical problems have been solved to illustrate these solutions. Part 3--Here, the Photoelastic method of stress analysis has been discussed in detail and most of the fundamental relations have been derived. Brief reference has been made to the three-dimensional photoelastic method and birefrigent coating method. Experimental method of strain analysis like the Grid method, Moire method, Brittle lacquer method and the Strain-gauge method are given along with some of the modern methods of stress analysis.

Table of Contents
Three- Dimensional Stresses and Strains Fixed and Continuous Beams Torsion of Non-Circular Bars Beam Columns Springs Thick Pressure Vessels Centrifugal Stresses Curved Beams Unsymmetrical Bending and Shear Centre Bending of Thin Plates Plastic Bending and Torsion Energy Methods Hertz's Contact Stresses Two-Dimensional Elasticity Problems Two-Dimensional Elasticity Problems in Polar Co-ordinates Three Dimensional Elasticity Problems Appendix.

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