EBOOK - Mechanics of Materials For Dummies (James H. Allen III)
No mechanics of materials book can possibly show you how to analyze every type of problem you may come across. Most mechanics of materials textbooks focus on complex derivations and variables that result in several relatively simple formulas without providing a whole lot of explanation along the way. Mechanics of Materials For Dummiesgives you the basic rundown of the theory but focuses more on why you need to know the formulas and how to apply them rather than where exactly they came from. I intend this book to serve more as an application-oriented text that utilizes the basic theories.
What exactly is a stress, and how do you relate it to the load-carrying capability of a material? How do you determine the capacity of a long, slender column? How do you compute the angle of twist of a shaft under torsion loads? All these topics (and many, many more) are common application problems in engineering, and they provide a basis for the core of discussion covered in this text. Tip: For even more background on the topics in this book, check out my Statics For Dummies(Wiley); it can help you refresh the statics vital to mechanics of materials. Introduction Part I: Setting the Stage for Mechanics of Materials Chapter 1: Predicting Behavior with Mechanics of Materials . Chapter 2: Reviewing Mathematics and Units Used in Mechanics of Materials Chapter 3: Brushing Up on Statics Basics Chapter 4: Calculating Properties of Geometric Areas Chapter 5: Computing Moments of Area and Other Inertia Calculations . Part II: Analyzing Stress Chapter 6: Remain Calm, It’s Only Stress!.. Chapter 7: More than Meets the Eye: Transforming Stresses Chapter 8: Lining Up Stress Along Axial Axes Chapter 9: Bending Stress Is Only Normal: Analyzing Bending Members Chapter 10: Shear Madness: Surveying Shear Stress Chapter 11: Twisting the Night Away with Torsion . Part III: Investigating Strain . Chapter 12: Don’t Strain Yourself: Exploring Strain and Deformation Chapter 13: Applying Transformation Concepts to Strain Chapter 14: Correlating Stresses and Strains to Understand Deformation Part IV: Applying Stress and Strain Chapter 15: Calculating Combined Stresses. Chapter 16: When Push Comes to Shove: Dealing with Deformations Chapter 17: Showing Determination When Dealing with Indeterminate Structures Chapter 18: Buckling Up for Compression Members . Chapter 19: Designing for Required Section Properties Chapter 20: Introducing Energy Methods Part V: The Part of Tens Chapter 21: Ten Mechanics of Materials Pitfalls to Avoid Chapter 22: Ten Tips to Solving Mechanics of Materials Problems 

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