Focusing on the fundamentals of material statics and strength, Applied Statics and Strength of Materials, Fifth Edition presents a non-Calculus-based, elementary, analytical, and practical approach, with rigorous, comprehensive example problems that follow the explanation of theory and very complete homework problems that allow trainees to practice the material. The goal of the book is to provide readers with the necessary mechanics background for more advanced and specialized areas of study in the many fields of engineering technology — for example, civil, mechanical, construction, architectural, industrial, and manufacturing.
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This text provides thorough coverage of all basic statics and strength topics in an applied, step-by-step presentation that is ideal for undergraduate engineering technology students. New coverage based on recent trends in the field and the latest standards for AISC Load and Resistance Factor Design, introduces students to this new industry standard. All material is presented at a mathematics level which does not require the use of calculus.From the Back Cover:
This fifth edition of Applied Statics and Strength of Materials presents a non-calculus based elementary, analytical and practical approach to the principles and physical concepts of statics and strength of materials. The book focuses on the mastery of basic principles. It features a rigorous, comprehensive step-by-step problem-solving approach; an abundance of worked-out examples and homework problems; and a focus on principles and applications for many fields of engineering technology.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2008. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1 Introduction1-1 Mechanics Overview1-2 Applications of Statics1-3 The Mathematics of Statics1-4 Calculations and Numerical Accuracy1-5 SI Units for Statics and Strength of MaterialsSummaryProblems2. Principles of Statics2-1 Forces and the Effects of Forces2-2 Characteristics of a Force2-3 Units of a Force2-4 Types and Occurrence of Forces2-5 Scalar and Vector Quantities2-6 The Principle of Transmissibility2-7 Types of Force Systems2-8 Orthogonal Concurrent Forces: Resultants and ComponentsSummaryProblems3. Resultants of Coplanar Force Systems3-1 Resultant of Two Concurrent Forces3-2 Resultant of Three of More Concurrent Forces3-3 Moment of a Force3-4 The Principle of Moments: Varignon's Theorem3-5 Resultants of Parallel Force Systems3-6 Couples3-7 Resultants of Nonconcurrent Force SystemsSummaryProblems4. Equilibrium of Coplanar Force Systems4-1 Introduction4-2 Conditions of Equilibrium4-3 The Free-Body Diagram4-4 Equilibrium of Concurrent Force Systems4-5 Equilibrium of Parallel Force Systems4-6 Equilibrium of Nonconcurrent Force SystemsSummaryProblems5. Analysis of Structures5-1 Introduction5-2 Trusses5-3 Forces in Members of Trusses5-4 The Method of Joints5-5 The Method of Sections5-6 Analysis of FramesSummaryProblems6. Friction6-1 Introduction6-2 Friction Theory6-3 Angle of Friction6-4 Friction Applications6-5 Wedges6-6 Belt Friction6-7 Square-Threaded ScrewsSummaryProblems7. Centroids and Centers of Gravity7-1 Introduction7-2 Center of Gravity7-3 Centroids and Centroidal Axes7-4 Centroids and Centroidal Axes of Composite AreasSummaryProblems8. Area Moments of Inertia8-1 Introduction and Definitions8-2 Moment of Inertia8-3 The Transfer Formula8-4 Moment of Inertia of Composite Areas8-5 Radius of Gyration8-6 Polar Moments of InertiaSummaryProblems9. Stresses and Strains9-1 Introduction9-2 Tensile and Compressive Stresses9-3 Shear Stresses9-4 Tensile and Compressive Strain and Deformation9-5 Shear Strain9-6 The Relation between Stress and Strain (Hooke's Law)SummaryProblems10. Properties of Materials10-1 The Tension Test10-2 The Stress-Strain Diagram10-3 Mechanical Properties of Materials10-4 Engineering Materials: Metals10-5 Engineering Materials: Nonmetals10-6 Allowable Stresses and Calculated Stresses10-7 Factor of Safety10-8 Elastic-Inelastic BehaviorSummaryProblems11. Stress Considerations11-1 Poisson's Ratio11-2 Thermal Effects11-3 Members Composed of Two or more Elements11-4 Stress Concentration11-5 Stresses on Inclined Planes11-6 Shear Stresses on Mutually Perpendicular Planes11-7 Tension and Compression Caused By ShearSummaryProblems12. Torsion in Circular Sections12-1 Introduction12-2 Members in Torsion12-3 Torsional Shear Stress12-4 Angle of Twist12-5 Transmission of Power by a ShaftSummaryProblems13. Shear and Bending Moment in Beams13-1 Types of Beams and Supports13-2 Types of Loads on Beams13-3 Beam Reactions13-4 Shear Force and Bending Moment13-5 Shear Diagrams13-6 Moment Diagrams13-7 Sections of Maximum Moment<. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0131946846
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0131946846