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Statics and Strength of Materials

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Edition:
6th
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9780131719774

ISBN10:
0131719777
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2007
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Pearson College Div
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Summary

This text covers the topics of statics and strength of materials at a level that is appropriate for industrial technology and engineering technology programs, as well as for university-level courses for non-engineering majors such as architecture. The book uses U.S. Customary and SI units equally in worked examples and practice problems. Sections requiring calculus are included for professors who teach in accredited programs in the technologies; these sections are marked with asterisks and may be omitted, depending on the level of coverage required, without a loss of continuity in the text. Chapters 1 through 8 cover the topic of statics and include a review of unit conversions, trigonometry, and simultaneous equations. Chapters 9 through 18 are devoted to the study of strength of materials. Book jacket.

Table of Contents

Application Sidebars xiii
List of Symbols
xiv
Basic Concepts
1(40)
Introduction
1(1)
Fundamental Quantities: Units
2(1)
SI Style and Usage
3(1)
Conversion of Units
4(1)
Numerical Computations
5(3)
Trigonometric Functions
8(9)
Trigonometric Formulas
17(7)
Linear Equations and Determinants
24(17)
Resultant of Concurrent Forces in a Plane
41(25)
Introduction
41(1)
Graphical Representation of Forces: Vectors
42(1)
Resultant of Two Concurrent Forces: Vectors
42(7)
Resultant of Three or More Concurrent Forces
49(3)
Components of a Force Vector
52(5)
Resultant of Concurrent Forces by Rectangular Components
57(5)
Difference of Two Forces: Vector Differences
62(4)
Equilibrium of Concurrent Forces in a Plane
66(30)
Conditions for Equilibrium
66(1)
Action and Reaction
67(1)
Space Diagram, Free-Body Diagram
68(1)
Construction of a Free-Body Diagram
68(9)
Three Concurrent Forces in Equilibrium
77(8)
Four or More Forces in Equilibrium
85(2)
Equilibrium by Rectangular Component Method
87(9)
Resultant of Nonconcurrent Forces in a Plane
96(28)
Introduction
96(1)
Transmissibility
97(1)
Moment of a Force
97(3)
Theorem of Moments
100(7)
Resultant of Parallel Forces
107(3)
Resultant of Nonparallel Forces
110(4)
Moment of a Couple
114(2)
Resolution of a Force into a Force and Couple
116(4)
Resultant of Distributed Loading
120(4)
Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
124(30)
Introduction
124(1)
Support Conditions for Bodies in a Plane
125(2)
Construction of Free-Body Diagrams
127(3)
Equations for Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
130(15)
Equilibrium of a Two-Force Body
145(1)
Equilibrium of a Three-Force Body
145(4)
Statical Determinacy and Constraint of a Rigid Body
149(5)
Force Analysis of Structures and Machines
154(47)
Introduction
154(1)
Simple Plane Trusses
155(5)
Members Under Special Loading
160(1)
Method of Joints
160(15)
Graphical Method of Joints
175(1)
Method of Sections
175(7)
Frames and Machines
182(19)
Forces in Space
201(33)
Introduction
201(1)
Components of a Force in Space
202(3)
Resultant of Concurrent Forces in Space
205(4)
Equilibrium of a Concurrent Force System in Space
209(9)
Moment of a Force About an Axis
218(1)
Resultant of Parallel Forces in Space
219(2)
Support Conditions for Bodies in Space
221(2)
Equilibrium of a Rigid Body in Space
223(11)
Friction
234(29)
Introduction
234(1)
Dry or Coulomb Friction
235(3)
Angle of Friction
238(7)
Wedges
245(1)
Square-Threaded Screws: Screw Jacks
246(5)
Axle Friction: Journal Bearings
251(3)
Special Applications
254(4)
Rolling Resistance
258(5)
Center of Gravity, Centroids, and Moments of Inertia of Areas
263(56)
Introduction
263(1)
Center of Gravity
264(1)
Centroid of a Plane Area
265(3)
Centroids by Inspection
268(1)
Centroids of Composite Areas
269(5)
Centroids of Structural Cross Sections
274(12)
Moment of Inertia of a Plane Area
286(4)
Parallel-Axis Theorem
290(1)
Moment of Inertia of Composite Areas
291(16)
Polar Moment of Inertia
307(1)
Radius of Gyration
308(1)
Determination of Centroids by Integration
309(5)
Determination of Moments of Inertia by Integration
314(5)
Internal Reactions: Stress for Axial Loads
319(45)
Introduction
319(4)
Internal Reactions
323(6)
Stress
329(2)
Stress in an Axially Loaded Member
331(5)
Average Shear Stress
336(1)
Bearing Stress
337(6)
Problems Involving Normal, Shear, and Bearing Stress
343(8)
Allowable Stress, Factor of Safety
351(7)
Further Analysis of Axial Loads: Stresses on Oblique Sections
358(6)
Strain for Axial Loads: Hooke's Law
364(41)
Axial Strain
365(1)
Tension Test and Stress-Strain Diagram
366(6)
Hooke's Law
372(4)
Axially Loaded Members
376(5)
Statically Indeterminate Axially Loaded Members
381(7)
Poisson's Ratio
388(1)
Thermal Deformation: Thermally Induced Stress
389(4)
Additional Mechanical Properties of Materials
393(3)
Strain and Stress Distributions: Saint-Venant's Principle
396(2)
Stress Concentrations
398(4)
Repeated Loading, Fatigue
402(3)
Shear Stresses and Strains: Torsion
405(30)
Introduction
405(1)
Shearing Stress on Planes at Right Angles
406(1)
Shearing Strains
406(1)
Hooke's Law for Shear
407(1)
Torsion of a Circular Shaft
408(4)
Further Comments on the Torsion of a Circular Shaft
412(2)
Problems Involving Deformation and Stress in a Circular Shaft
414(5)
Torsion Test
419(1)
Power Transmission
420(7)
Flange Couplings
427(8)
Shear Forces and Bending Moments in Beams
435(34)
Introduction
435(1)
Types of Beams
436(1)
Beam Reactions
437(2)
Shear Forces and Bending Moments in Beams
439(10)
Shear-Force and Bending-Moment Diagrams
449(4)
Relations Among Loads, Shear Forces and Bending Moments
453(16)
Bending and Shearing Stresses in Beams
469(81)
Introduction
469(1)
Pure Bending of a Symmetric Beam
470(2)
Deformation Geometry for a Symmetric Beam in Pure Bending
472(1)
Hooke's Law: Distribution of Bending Stress
473(1)
Bending Stress Formula: Flexure Formula
474(2)
Elastic Section Modulus
476(1)
Problems Involving the Bending Stress Formula
476(13)
Shearing Stress in Beams
489(1)
Horizontal Shearing Stress Formula
490(13)
Shear Flow Formula
503(5)
Design of Beams for Strength
508(16)
Residential Design Using Tabulated Values
524(26)
Deflection of Beams Due to Bending
550(75)
Introduction
550(1)
Bending-Moment Diagram by Parts
551(9)
Moment-Area Method
560(5)
Deflection of a Cantilever Beam by the Moment-Area Method
565(7)
Deflection of the Simply Supported Beam by the Moment-Area Method
572(8)
Superposition Method
580(9)
Beam Deflections Using Computer Software
589(8)
Statically Indeterminate Beams by the Superposition Method
597(7)
Deflection of Beams by Integration
604(9)
Singularity Functions
613(12)
Combined Stresses and Mohr's Circle
625(45)
Introduction
625(1)
Axial Forces and Bending Moments
626(12)
Unsymmetric Bending
638(4)
Eccentrically Loaded Members
642(3)
Plane Stress
645(1)
Stress Components on an Oblique Plane
645(2)
Mohr's Circle for Plane Stress
647(4)
Principal Stresses
651(2)
Maximum Shear Stress
653(2)
Axial Stress
655(2)
Biaxial Stress: Thin-Walled Pressure Vessel
657(5)
Pure Shear
662(1)
Combined Stress Problems
663(7)
Columns
670(20)
Introduction
670(2)
Euler Column Formula
672(2)
Effective Length of Columns
674(1)
Further Comments on the Euler Column Formula
675(4)
Tangent Modulus Theory
679(1)
Empirical Column Formulas: Design Formulas
680(10)
Bolted, Riveted, and Welded Structural Connections
690(23)
Introduction
690(1)
Rivets and Bolts
691(1)
Methods of Failure for Bolted Joints
691(3)
Axially Loaded Bolted and Riveted Connections
694(6)
Shear Connections for Building Frames
700(4)
Welds
704(3)
Axially Loaded Welds
707(6)
Appendix 713(38)
Answers to Even-Numbered Problems 751(10)
Index 761


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