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Practical Stress Analysis in Engineering Design

Updated and revised, this book presents the application of engineering design and analysis based on the approach of understanding the physical characteristics of a given problem and then modeling the important aspects of the physical system. This third edition provides coverage of new topics including contact stress analysis, singularity functions, gear stresses, fasteners, shafts, and shaft stresses. It introduces finite element methods as well as boundary element methods and also features worked examples, problems, and a section on the finite difference method and applications. This text is suitable for undergraduate and graduate students in mechanical, civil, and aerospace engineering.
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Fundamental Relations and Concepts Forces and Force Systems Simple Stress and Strain: Simple Shear Stress and Strain Hooke's Law and Material Strength Stress in Two and Three Dimensions Strain in Two and Three Dimensions Curvilinear Coordinates Hooke's Law in Two and Three Dimensions Straight and Long Structural Components: Beams, Rods, and Bars Beams: Bending Stresses (Flexure) Beams: Displacement from Bending Beam Analysis Using Singularity Functions Beam Bending Formulas for Common Configurations Torsion and Twisting of Rods Thick Beams: Shear Stress in Beams Curved Beams Stability: Buckling of Beams, Rods, Columns, and Panels Shear Center Plates, Panels, Flanges, and Brackets Plates: Bending Theory Plates: Fundamental Bending Configurations and Applications. Panels and Annular Plate Closures Flanges Brackets Special Plate Problems and Applications Dynamic Loadings, Fatigue, and Fracture Dynamic Behavior of Structures: A Conceptual Review Elements of Seismic Design Impact Stress Propagation Fatigue Fracture Mechanics: Design Considerations Fracture Control Piping and Pressure Vessels Vessels with Internal Pressure Externally Pressured Cylindrical Vessels and Structures Buckling of Spherical Shell Axial and Bending Response Advanced and Specialized Problems Special Cylinder Problems Stress Concentration Thermal Considerations Axial Response of Straight and Tapered Bars Thin Rings and Arches Links and Eyebars Springs Irregular Shape Springs

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University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan, USA Battelle, Columbus, Ohio, USA

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