(BQ) Part 2 book "Statics and mechanics of materials" has contents: Stress and strain—axial loading, torsion, pure bending, analysis and design of beams for bending, shearing stresses in beams and thin walled members, transformations of stress, deflection of beams, columns.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Formulas for stress and strain" has contents: Stress and strain - Important relationships, the behavior of bodies under stress, principles and analytical methods, numerical methods, experimental methods, bending of curved beams,... and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Formulas for stress and strain" has contents: Flat plates, columns and other compression members, bodies in contact undergoing direct bearing and shear stress, elastic stability, dynamic and temperature stresses, stress concentration factors.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Mechanical engineer's pocket book" has contents: Engineering mathematics, engineering statics, engineering dynamics, fastenings, orders of levers, stress and strain, screwed fastenings, riveted joints,... and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Rules of thumb for mechanical engineers" has contents: Bearings, piping and pressure vessels, tribology, vibration, materials, stress and strain, fatigue, instrumentation, engineering economics.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Mechanics of materials" has contents: Shearing stresses in beams and Thin-Walled members, transformations of stress and strain, principal stresses under a given loading, deflection of beams, columns, energy methods.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Problems and solutions in mechanical engineering" has contents: Application of friction - Belt friction, laws of motion, beam, truss, simple stress and strain, compound stress and strain, pure bending of beam, torsion.
(BQ) The book shows how thermally induced stresses and strains due to curing, add to or subtract from those due to applied loads. Another important element, and one unique to this book, is an emphasis on the difference between specifying the applied loads, i.e., force and moment results, often the case in practice, versus specifying strains and curvatures and determining the subsequent stresses and force and moment results. This represents a fundamental distinction in solid mechanics.
The following will be discussed in this chapter: Stress & strain: axial loading, normal strain, stress-strain test, stress-strain diagram: ductile materials, stress-strain diagram: brittle materials, hooke’s law: modulus of elasticity, elastic vs. plastic behavior, fatigue, deformations under axial loading,...
The following will be discussed in this chapter: Introduction, transformation of plane stress, principal stresses, maximum shearing stress, mohr’s circle for plane stress, general state of stress, application of mohr’s circle to the three- dimensional analysis of stress, yield criteria for ductile materials under plane stress, fracture criteria for brittle materials under plane stress, stresses in thin-walled pressure vessels.
This module outlines the basic mechanics of elastic response | a physical phenomenon that
materials often (but do not always) exhibit. An elastic material is one that deforms immediately
upon loading, maintains a constant deformation as long as the load is held constant, and returns
immediately to its original undeformed shape when the load is removed. This module will also
introduce two essential concepts in Mechanics of Materials: stress and strain
After reading this chapter, you should be able to answer the following questions: What is stress, and how is it different than stressors and strains? What are the four main types of stressors? How do individuals cope with stress? How does the Type A Behavior Pattern influence the stress process? How does stress affect job performance and organizational commitment? What steps can organizations take to manage employee stress?
(BQ) Part 1 book "Applied strength of materials for engineering" has contents: stress and strain, poisson's ratio and thermal expansion, pressure vessels and stress concentrations, bolted and welded joints, properties of areas, torsion in round shafts, beam reactions, shear diagrams, and moment diagrams.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Mechanics of materials" has contents: Stresses in beams (advanced topics); analysis of stress and strain, applications of plane stress (pressure vessels, beams, and combined loadings), deflections of beams, statically indeterminate beams, columns, review of centroids and moments of inertia.
(BQ) The first 8 chapters provide the conceptual basis for Part II (Applications), where the major classes of machine components are covered. Optional coverage of finite element analysis is included, in the final chapter of the text, with selected examples and cases showing FEA applications in mechanical design.
(BQ) Part 1 book "A first course in the finite element" has contents: Introduction, introduction to the stiffness (displacement) method, development of truss equations, development of beam equations, frame and grid equations, development of the plane stress and plane strain stiffness equations.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Mechanics of materials" has contents: Introduction—concept of stress, stress and strain—axial loading, torsion, pure bending, analysis and design of beams for bending, shearing stresses in beams and thin walled members.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Mechanics of materials" has contents: Shearing stresses in beams and thin walled members, transformations of stress and strain, principal stresses under a given loading, deflection of beams, columns, energy methods.
(BQ) Part 1 book "The finite element method (Volume 1: The basis)" has contents: Some preliminaries - The standard discrete system, a direct approach to problems in elasticity; plane stress and plane strain; axisymmetric stress analysis; the patch test, reduced integration, and non-conforming elements,... and other contents.