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Theory of Structures
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Theory of Structures, 2nd Ed.

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Stephen Timoshenko
Donovan Harold Young

published: 1968
pages: 638

This second edition of "Theory of Structures," like the first, is intended primarily as a textbook for undergraduate and first-year graduate courses in structural analysis for civil engineers. To serve this purpose, every effort has been made to maintain a close connection bet\veen the methods that are developed for the analysis of various types of structures and the fundamental principles of mechanics on which they are based. It is only through a sound understanding of these principles that the engineer can successfully adapt his methods of analysis to the ever-changing problems that will confront him in this modern era.

The book may be roughly divided into two parts: the first part dealing with statically determinate structures, and the second part dealing with statically indeterminate structures.


Chapter 1 Elements of plane statics

Chapter 2 Statically determinate plane trusses

Chapter 3 Influence lines

Chapter 4 Statically determinate space structures

Chapter 5 General theorems relating to elastic systems

Chapter 6 Deflection of pin-jointed trusses

Chapter 7 Statically indeterminate pin-jointed trusses

Chapter 8 Arches and frames

Chapter 9 Continuous beams and frames

Chapter 10 Matrix methods in structural analysis



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  • Author(s): S.P.Timoshenko & D.H.Young
  • Published By: McGraw-Hill
  • Published Year: 1965
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  • Abstract: The book may be roughly divided into two parts: the first part dealing with statically determinate structures, and the second part dealing with statically indeterminate structures. On this plan, the first four chapters deal successively with a review of statics (primarily graphic statics), statically determinate plane trusses, influence lines for beams and trusses, and statically determinate space trusses. Following this, Chapters 5 and 6 treat the funda¬mental theorems relating to elastic systems and their applications to the cal¬culation of deflections of beams and trusses. In turn, there are chapters dealing with the analysis of statically indeterminate trusses, arches, and frames. The final chapters arc devoted to an introduction to matrix methods in struc¬tural analysis, the analysis of stiffened suspension bridges, and an introduction

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