This is a text for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students. It would also be useful to the engineer. It presents a balanced approach between the conventional strength of materials treatment and the rigorous mathematical approach of the theory of elasticity. The first five chapters discuss the analysis of stress and strain, their relations, the theories of failure and energy methods while the last five are application oriented and cover bending of beams, torsion, axi-symmetric problems, thermal stresses and elastic stability. The book uses both metric and SI Units, numerous worked examples and problems are also included.
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"Professor Srinath received his Ph. D. from Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago and has served as Professor of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering at University of Kansas, Lawrence. He has also served as Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Indian Institute of technology, Kanpur, and also at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He has also served as Director of Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. Professor Srinath has authorized several books and papers and has been on the Advisory Boards of several national bodies, dealing with engineering education."
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Book Description McGraw Hill Higher Education, 1982. Book Condition: Fair. N/A. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP93883314