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Statics and Strength of Materials

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9780028030678

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0028030672
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Pub. Date:
9/16/1996
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McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
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Summary

The new edition of this easy-to-understand text, designed for a non-calculus course in statics and strength of materials, requires only a working knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. In addition to expanded coverage and better organization of information, it addresses new topics such as accuracy and precision, solution of simultaneous equations, rolling resistance, mechanical properties of materials, composite beams, reinforced concrete beans, plastic analysis of beams, design of shear connectors, and more.

Table of Contents

Preface v
STATICS 1(320)
Fundamental Concepts and Principles
3(36)
Introduction to Mechanics
3(1)
The Nature of a Force
4(1)
Scalar and Vector Quantities
4(1)
Types of Forces
5(1)
Types of Force Systems
6(1)
Newton's Laws
7(1)
The Principle of Transmissibility
7(1)
Systems of Units
8(3)
Unit Conversion
11(2)
Consistency of Units in an Equation
13(2)
Rules for Numerical Computations
15(3)
A Brief Review of Mathematics
18(11)
General Procedure for Problem Solution
29(1)
Summary
29(10)
Problems
31(6)
Computer Program Assignments
37(2)
Resultant of Coplanar Force Systems
39(64)
Introduction
39(1)
Vector Representation
39(1)
Resultant of Concurrent Forces
40(6)
Rectangular Components
46(5)
Resultants by Rectangular Components
51(4)
Moment of a Force
55(4)
Varignon's Theorem
59(3)
Couple
62(3)
Replacing a Force with a Force-Couple System
65(2)
Resultant of a Nonconcurrent Coplanar Force System
67(5)
Resultant of Distributed Line Loads
72(6)
Summary
78(25)
Problems
80(21)
Computer Program Assignments
101(2)
Equilibrium of Coplanar Force Systems
103(40)
Introduction
103(1)
Equilibrium Equations
103(1)
The Free-Body Diagram
104(1)
Types of Supports
105(5)
Equilibrium of a Concurrent Coplanar Force System
110(5)
Equilibrium of a Nonconcurrent Coplanar Force System
115(8)
Summary
123(20)
Problems
124(16)
Computer Program Assignments
140(3)
Analysis of Structures
143(50)
Introduction
143(1)
External and Internal Forces in a Structure
143(1)
Trusses
144(3)
Method of Joints
147(8)
Zero-Force Members
155(3)
Method of Sections
158(6)
Frames
164(8)
Machines
172(4)
Summary
176(17)
Problems
177(14)
Computer Program Assignments
191(2)
Friction
193(44)
Introduction
193(1)
Laws of Dry Friction
193(3)
Problems Involving Dry Friction
196(7)
Wedges
203(6)
Square-Threaded Screws
209(4)
Belt Friction
213(5)
Rolling Resistance
218(3)
Summary
221(16)
Problems
223(11)
Computer Program Assignments
234(3)
Concurrent Spatial Force Systems
237(22)
Introduction
237(1)
Rectangular Components of a Spatial Force
237(3)
Force Acting Through Two Points
240(2)
Resultant of a Concurrent Spatial Force System
242(2)
Equilibrium of a Concurrent Spatial Force System
244(3)
Summary
247(12)
Problems
248(9)
Computer Program Assignments
257(2)
Center of Gravity and Centroids
259(38)
Introduction
259(1)
Center of Gravity and Centroid of a Body
259(5)
Experimental Determination of the Center of Gravity
264(2)
Centroid of an Area
266(6)
General Types of Distributed Line Loads
272(2)
Liquid Pressure
274(3)
Flexible Cables
277(5)
Summary
282(15)
Problems
284(11)
Computer Program Assignments
295(2)
Area Moments of Inertia
297(24)
Introduction
297(1)
Moments of Inertia and Radii of Gyration
297(2)
Parallel-Axis Theorem
299(4)
Moments of Inertia of Composite Areas
303(5)
Moments of Inertia of Built-Up Sections
308(4)
Summary
312(9)
Problems
313(7)
Computer Program Assignments
320(1)
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 321(440)
Simple Stresses
323(34)
Introduction to Strength of Materials
323(1)
Normal and Shear Stresses
324(1)
Direct Normal Stresses
324(6)
Direct Shear Stresses
330(3)
Bearing Stresses
333(4)
Stresses on Inclined Planes
337(3)
Stresses in Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels
340(4)
Summary
344(13)
Problems
346(9)
Computer Program Assignments
355(2)
Strains
357(28)
Introduction
357(1)
Linear Strain
357(1)
Hooke's Law
358(1)
Axial Deformation
359(4)
Statically Indeterminate Problems
363(4)
Thermal Stresses
367(4)
Poisson's Ratio
371(1)
Shear Strain
372(2)
Summary
374(11)
Problems
375(7)
Computer Program Assignments
382(3)
Mechanical Properties of Materials
385(30)
Introduction
385(1)
The Tension Test
385(2)
The Stress-Strain Diagram
387(5)
Mechanical Properties of Materials
392(1)
The Compression Test
393(2)
Allowable Stresses and Factor of Safety
395(2)
Stress Concentrations
397(4)
Elastic Design Versus Plastic Design
401(5)
Summary
406(9)
Problems
409(6)
Torsion of Circular Shafts
415(34)
Introduction
415(1)
External and Internal Torques
415(5)
The Torsion Formula
420(7)
Shear Stresses on Mutually Perpendicular Planes
427(2)
Power Transmission
429(4)
Angle of Twist
433(5)
Summary
438(11)
Problems
439(8)
Computer Program Assignments
447(2)
Shear Forces and Bending Moments in Beams
449(38)
Introduction
449(1)
Types of Beams
450(2)
Types of Loading
452(1)
Beam Reactions
453(2)
Shear Force and Bending Moment in Beams
455(5)
Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams
460(2)
Relationships Among Load, Shear, and Moment
462(2)
Sketching Shear and Moment Diagrams Using Their Relationships
464(8)
Shear and Moment Formulas
472(3)
Summary
475(12)
Problems
478(7)
Computer Program Assignments
485(2)
Stresses in Beams
487(54)
Introduction
487(1)
Normal Stresses in Beam Due to Bending
487(2)
The Flexure Formula
489(7)
Allowable Moment
496(2)
Shear Stress Formula for Beams
498(9)
Composite Beams
507(3)
Reinforced Concrete Beams
510(3)
Elastic Analysis of Beams
513(4)
Plastic Analysis of Beams
517(8)
Summary
525(16)
Problems
527(11)
Computer Program Assignments
538(3)
Design of Beams for Strength
541(36)
Introduction
541(1)
Basic Considerations in Beam Design
542(3)
Design of Steel Beams
545(8)
Design of Timber Beams
553(5)
Design of Shear Connectors
558(5)
Load and Resistance Factor Design
563(5)
Summary
568(9)
Problems
570(6)
Computer Program Assignments
576(1)
Deflections of Beams
577(42)
Introduction
577(1)
Relationship Between Curvature and Bending Moment
578(2)
The Formula Method
580(3)
The Method of Superposition
583(7)
The Moment-Area Method
590(7)
Moment Diagram by Parts
597(4)
Applications of the Moment-Area Method
601(6)
Summary
607(12)
Problems
608(8)
Computer Program Assignments
616(3)
Statically Indeterminate Beams
619(34)
Introduction
619(1)
Method of Superposition
620(1)
Propped Cantilever Beams
620(5)
Fixed Beams
625(5)
Continuous Beams
630(4)
The Three-Moment Theorem
634(8)
Summary
642(11)
Problems
643(7)
Computer Program Assignments
650(3)
Combined Stresses
653(48)
Introduction
653(1)
Combined Axial and Bending Stresses
654(4)
Biaxial Bending
658(4)
Eccentrically Loaded Members
662(4)
Double Eccentricity
666(3)
Stresses on an Inclined Plane
669(4)
Mohr's Circle
673(3)
Principal Stresses and Maximum Shear Stresses
676(9)
Summary
685(16)
Problems
688(12)
Computer Program Assignments
700(1)
Columns
701(28)
Introduction
701(1)
Euler Formula for Pin-Ended Columns
701(1)
Euler Formula for Other Supporting Conditions
702(2)
Limitation of the Euler Formula
704(4)
J. B. Johnson Formula
708(1)
The AISC Column Formulas
709(6)
Steel Column Design
715(3)
Summary
718(11)
Problems
720(7)
Computer Program Assignments
727(2)
Connections
729(32)
Introduction
729(1)
Riveted Connections
729(2)
Strength of Riveted Connections
731(8)
High-Strength Bolted Connections
739(3)
Eccentrically Loaded Riveted or Bolted Connections
742(5)
Welded Connections
747(5)
Summary
752(9)
Problems
753(8)
Appendix: Tables 761(19)
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems 780(16)
Index 796


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