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Viser: Strength of Materials
Detaljer Om Varen
- 6. Udgave
- Paperback: 208 sider
- Udgiver: McGraw-Hill Education (December 2013)
- ISBN: 9780071830805
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- 618 fully solved problems
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Schaum's Outlines--Problem Solved.
1. Tension and Compression
2. Statically Indeterminate Force Systems. Tension and Compression
3. Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels
4. Direct Shear Stresses
6. Shearing Force and Bending Moment
7. Centroids, Moments of Inertia, and Products of Inertia of Plane Areas
8. Stresses in Beams
9. Elastic Deflection of Beams: Double-Integration Method
10. Elastic Deflection of Beams: Method of Singularity Functions
11. Statically Indeterminate Elastic Beams
12. Special Topics in Elastic Beam Theory
13. Plastic Deformations of Beams
15. Strain Energy Methods
16. Combined Stresses
17. Members Subject to Combined Loadings; Theories of Failure