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Applied Statics and Strength of Materials

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9780137619900

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0137619901
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Pub. Date:
1/1/1999
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Summary

For one/two-semester, undergraduate-level courses in Statics and Strength of Materials, Engineering Mechanics, and Strength of Materials. Focusing on mastery of the basics, this book presents a non-Calculus based elementary, analytical, and practical approach to the principles and physical concepts of Statics and Strength of Materials. It features a rigorous, comprehensive step-by-step problem solving approach; an abundance of worked-out example problems and homework problems; and a focus on principles and applications applicable to many fields of engineering technology e.g., civil, mechanical, construction, architectural, industrial, and manufacturing.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction
1(19)
1-1 Mechanics Overview
1(1)
1-2 Applications of Statics
2(1)
1-3 The Mathematics of Statics
3(7)
1-4 Calculations and Numerical Accuracy
10(1)
1-5 Calculations and Dimensional Analysis
11(2)
1-6 SI Units for Statics and Strength of Materials
13(3)
Summary
16(1)
Problems
16(4)
2 Principles of Statics
20(18)
2-1 Forces and the Effects of Forces
20(1)
2-2 Characteristics of a Force
20(1)
2-3 Units of a Force
21(1)
2-4 Types and Occurrence of Forces
21(1)
2-5 Scalar and Vector Quantities
22(1)
2-6 The Principle of Transmissibility
23(1)
2-7 Types of Force Systems
24(1)
2-8 Orthogonal Concurrent Forces: Resultants and Components
24(9)
Summary
33(1)
Problems
34(4)
3 Resultants of Coplanar Force Systems
38(35)
3-1 Resultant of Two Concurrent Forces
38(5)
3-2 Resultant of Three or More Concurrent Forces
43(2)
3-3 Moment of a Force
45(3)
3-4 The Principle of Moments: Varignon's Theorem
48(1)
3-5 Resultants of Parallel Force Systems
49(8)
3-6 Couples
57(2)
3-7 Resultants of Nonconcurrent Force Systems
59(2)
Summary
61(1)
Problems
62(11)
4 Equilibrium of Coplanar Force Systems
73(30)
4-1 Introduction
73(1)
4-2 Conditions of Equilibrium
73(1)
4-3 The Free-Body Diagram
74(5)
4-4 Equilibrium of Concurrent Force Systems
79(5)
4-5 Equilibrium of Parallel Force Systems
84(3)
4-6 Equilibrium of Nonconcurrent Force Systems
87(3)
Summary
90(1)
Problems
91(12)
5 Analysis of Structures
103(30)
5-1 Introduction
103(1)
5-2 Trusses
103(2)
5-3 Forces in Members of Trusses
105(1)
5-4 The Method of Joints
105(6)
5-5 The Method of Sections
111(3)
5-6 Analysis of Frames
114(8)
Summary
122(1)
Problems
122(11)
6 Friction
133(36)
6-1 Introduction
133(1)
6-2 Friction Theory
134(2)
6-3 Angle of Friction
136(1)
6-4 Friction Applications
137(11)
6-5 Wedges
148(3)
6-6 Belt Friction
151(5)
6-7 Square-Threaded Screws
156(4)
Summary
160(2)
Problems
162(7)
7 Centroids and Centers of Gravity
169(18)
7-1 Introduction
169(1)
7-2 Center of Gravity
169(4)
7-3 Centroids and Centroidal Axes
173(1)
7-4 Centroids and Centroidal Axes of Composite Areas
173(7)
Summary
180(1)
Problems
181(6)
8 Area Moments of Inertia
187(24)
8-1 Introduction and Definitions
187(1)
8-2 Moment of Inertia
187(4)
8-3 The Transfer Formula
191(1)
8-4 Moment of Inertia of Composite Areas
192(7)
8-5 Radius of Gyration
199(2)
8-6 Polar Moment of Inertia
201(3)
Summary
204(2)
Problems
205(6)
9 Stresses and Strains
211(28)
9-1 Introduction
211(1)
9-2 Tensile and Compressive Stresses
211(7)
9-3 Shear Stresses
218(5)
9-4 Tensile and Compressive Strain and Deformation
223(1)
9-5 Shear Strain
224(1)
9-6 The Relation Between Stress and Strain (Hooke's Law)
225(6)
Summary
231(1)
Problems
232(7)
10 Properties of Materials
239(27)
10-1 The Tension Test
239(2)
10-2 The Stress-Strain Diagram
241(4)
10-3 Mechanical Properties of Materials
245(2)
10-4 Engineering Materials: Metals
247(6)
10-5 Engineering Materials: Nonmetals
253(2)
10-6 Allowable Stresses and Calculated Stresses
255(3)
10-7 Factor of Safety
258(1)
10-8 Elastic-Inelastic Behavior
259(3)
Summary
262(1)
Problems
262(4)
11 Stress Considerations
266(31)
11-1 Poisson's Ratio
266(4)
11-2 Thermal Effects
270(4)
11-3 Members Composed of Two or More Materials
274(5)
11-4 Stress Concentration
279(4)
11-5 Stresses on Inclined Planes
283(2)
11-6 Shear Stresses on Mutually Perpendicular Planes
285(1)
11-7 Tension and Compression Caused by Shear
286(3)
Summary
289(1)
Problems
290(7)
12 Torsion in Circular Sections
297(21)
12-1 Introduction
297(1)
12-2 Members in Torsion
297(3)
12-3 Torsional Shear Stress
300(7)
12-4 Angle of Twist
307(3)
12-5 Transmission of Power by a Shaft
310(3)
Summary
313(1)
Problems
314(4)
13 Shear and Bending Moment in Beams
318(42)
13-1 Types of Beams and Supports
318(2)
13-2 Types of Loads on Beams
320(2)
13-3 Beam Reactions
322(3)
13-4 Shear Force and Bending Moment
325(7)
13-5 Shear Diagrams
332(6)
13-6 Moment Diagrams
338(5)
13-7 Sections of Maximum Moment
343(2)
13-8 Moving Loads
345(4)
Summary
349(1)
Problems
350(10)
14 Stresses in Beams
360(41)
14-1 Tensile and Compressive Stresses Due to Bending
360(2)
14-2 The Flexure Formula
362(3)
14-3 Computation of Bending Stresses
365(6)
14-4 Shear Stresses
371(1)
14-5 The General Shear Formula
372(3)
14-6 Shear Stresses in Structural Members
375(8)
14-7 Beam Analysis
383(6)
14-8 Inelastic Bending of Beams
389(5)
Summary
394(1)
Problems
395(6)
15 Design of Beams
401(25)
15-1 The Design Process
401(2)
15-2 Design of Steel Beams
403(9)
15-3 Design of Timber Beams
412(9)
Summary
421(1)
Problems
421(5)
16 Deflections of Beams
426(38)
16-1 Reasons for Calculating Beam Deflections
426(1)
16-2 Curvature and Bending Moment
427(3)
16-3 Methods of Calculating Deflections
430(1)
16-4 The Formula Method
431(4)
16-5 The Moment-Area Method
435(10)
16-6 Moment Diagram by Parts
445(3)
16-7 Applications of the Moment-Area Method
448(9)
Summary
457(1)
Problems
458(6)
17 Combined Stresses
464(45)
17-1 Introduction
464(1)
17-2 Biaxial Bending
464(3)
17-3 Combined Axial and Bending Stresses
467(5)
17-4 Eccentrically Loaded Members
472(3)
17-5 Maximum Eccentricity for Zero Tensile Stress
475(2)
17-6 Eccentric Load Not on Centroidal Axis
477(2)
17-7 Combined Normal and Shear Stresses
479(11)
17-8 Mohr's Circle
490(4)
17-9 Mohr's Circle: The General State of Stress
494(4)
Summary
498(2)
Problems
500(9)
18 Columns
509(32)
18-1 Introduction
509(2)
18-2 Ideal Columns
511(3)
18-3 Effective Length
514(2)
18-4 Allowable Axial Compressive Loads
516(2)
18-5 Allowable Stress for Axially Loaded Steel Columns (AISC)
518(2)
18-6 Analysis of Axially Loaded Steel Columns (AISC)
520(4)
18-7 Design of Axially Loaded Steel Columns (AISC)
524(3)
18-8 Analysis and Design of Axially Loaded Steel Machine Parts
527(3)
18-9 Analysis and Design of Axially Loaded Timber Columns
530(3)
18-10 Eccentric Loads on Steel Columns
533(3)
Summary
536(1)
Problems
537(4)
19 Connections
541(28)
19-1 Introduction
541(1)
19-2 Bolts and Bolted Connections (AISC)
541(3)
19-3 Modes of Failure of a Bolted Connection
544(3)
19-4 High-Strength Bolted Connections
547(8)
19-5 Connections Using Rivets and Common Bolts (AISC)
555(1)
19-6 Introduction to Welding
555(1)
19-7 Strength and Behavior of Welded Connections (AISC)
556(6)
Summary
562(1)
Problems
563(6)
20 Pressure Vessels
569(12)
20-1 Introduction
569(1)
20-2 Stresses in Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels
570(5)
20-3 Joints in Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels
575(3)
20-4 Design and Fabrication Considerations
578(1)
Summary
579(1)
Problems
579(2)
21 Statically Indeterminate Beams
581(22)
21-1 Introduction
581(1)
21-2 Restrained Beams
581(1)
21-3 Propped Cantilever Beams
582(3)
21-4 Fixed Beams
585(5)
21-5 Continuous Beams: Superposition
590(2)
21-6 The Theorem of Three Moments
592(7)
Summary
599(1)
Problems
600(3)
Appendices 603(30)
Notation 633(2)
Answers to Selected Problems 635(7)
Index 642


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