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The Analysis of Stress and Deformation - Housner and Vreeland

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This book was prepared for a course in the mechanics of deformable bodies at the authors' institution, and is at a level suitable for advanced undergraduate or first-year graduate students.
It differs from the traditional treatment by going more deeply into the fundamentals and giving less emphasis to the design aspects of the subject.
In the first two chapters the principles of stress and strain are presented and a sufficient introduction is given to the theory of elasticity so that the student can see how exact solutions of problems can be derived, and can appreciate the nature of the approximations embodied in some commonly used simplified solutions. The third chapter is devoted to the bending of beams, and the fourth chapter treats the instability of elastic systems.
Applications to axially symmetric problems, curved beams, and stress concentrations are discussed in Chapter 5;
applications to torsion problems are discussed in Chapter 6;
applications to problems of plates and shells are discussed in Chapter 7.
Applications to problems involving viscous and plastic behavior are treated in Chapter 8,and problems of wave propagation are treated in Chapter 9.
An introduction to numerical methods of solving problems is given in Chapter 10.
An introduction to tensor notation by means of the equations of elasticity is given in Appendix I.
Experimental methods of determining stresses by means of strain gages, brittle coatings, and photo- elasticity are described in Appendices I1 and 111.
A brief introduction to variational methods is presented in Appendix IV.



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The Analysis of Stress and Deformation

Author: George William Housner, Thad Vreeland Jr. | Size: 20 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Scanner | Publisher: California Institute of Technology | Year: 1965 | Pages: 448

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This book was prepared for a course in the mechanics of deformable bodies at the authors' institution, and is at a level suitable for advanced undergraduate or first-year graduate students. It differs from the traditional treatment by going more deeply into the fundamentals and giving less emphasis to the design aspects of the subject. In the first two chapters the principles of stress and strain are presented and a sufficient introduction is given to the theory of elasticity so that the student can see how exact solutions of problems can be derived, and can appreciate the nature of the approximations embodied in some commonly used simplified solutions. The third chapter is devoted to the bending of beams, and the fourth chapter treats the instability of elastic systems. Applications to axially symmetric problems, curved beams, and stress concentrations are discussed in Chapter 5; applications to torsion problems are discussed in Chapter 6; applications to problems of plates and shells are discussed in Chapter 7. Applications to problems involving viscous and plastic behavior are treated in Chapter 8, and problems of wave propagation are treated in Chapter 9. An introduction to numerical methods of solving problems is given in Chapter 10. An introduction to tensor notation by means of the equations of elasticity is given in Appendix I. Experimental methods of determining stresses by means of strain gages, brittle coatings, and photoelasticity are described in Appendices II and III. A brief introduction to variational methods is presented in Appendix IV. The material in the book is laid out so that a short course can be based on Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8 and Appendices II and III.


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George W. Housner (December 9, 1910 (Saginaw, Michigan) - November 10, 2008 (Pasadena, California)) was an eminent authority on earthquake engineering and National Medal of Science laureate. Housner received his Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan where he was influenced by Stephen Timoshenko[citation needed]. He earned his Masters' (1934) and Doctoral (1941) degrees from the California Institute of Technology where he had been a Professor of Earthquake Engineering from 1945 to 1981, and Professor Emeritus thereafter.

Annually, in recognition of those who made extraordinary contributions to the earthquake safety research, practices and policies, EERI awards The George W. Housner Medal of the Earthquake Engineering Research.[1]

Housner died of natural causes November 10, 2008 in Pasadena, California at the age of 97.

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George W. Housner dies at 97; Caltech professor emeritus was called the father of earthquake engineering

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