Structural Mechanics Fundamentals
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Structural Mechanics Fundamentals
Structural Mechanics Fundamentals

Author(s)/Editor(s): Alberto Carpinteri | Size: 12 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Unspecified | Publisher: CRC Press | Year: 1 edition (September 22, 2013) | pages: 504 | ISBN: 0415580323 , ISBN13: 9780415580328

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Structural Mechanics Fundamentals gives you a complete and uniform treatment of the most fundamental and essential topics in structural mechanics. Presenting a traditional subject in an updated and modernized way, it merges classical topics with ones that have taken shape in more recent times, such as duality. This book is extensively based on the introductory chapters to the author’s Structural Mechanics: A Unified Approach.

Coverage includes:

The basic topics of geometry of areas and of kinematics and statics of rigid body systems
The mechanics of linear elastic solids―beams, plates, and three-dimensional solids―examined using a matrix approach
The analysis of strain and stress around a material point
The linear elastic constitutive law, with related Clapeyron’s and Betti’s theorems
Kinematic, static, and constitutive equations
The implication of the principle of virtual work
The Saint Venant problem
The theory of beam systems―statically determinate or indeterminate
Methods of forces and energy for the examination of indeterminate beam systems
The book draws on the author’s many years of teaching experience and features a wealth of illustrations and worked examples to help explain the topics clearly yet rigorously. The book can be used as a text for senior undergraduate or graduate students in structural engineering or architecture and as a valuable reference for researchers and practicing engineers.

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