Engineering Mechanics of SolidsPopov (civil engineering, U. Cal., Berkeley) has written this textbook for undergraduate students. Traditional topics are supplemented by an exposure to several newlyemerging disciplines, such as the probabilistic basis for structural analysis, and matrix methods. Annotation copyright Book News, In 
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Contents
StressAxial LoadsSafety  1 
Pure Bending and Bending  6 
Part B STRESS ANALYSIS OF AXIALLY  12 
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allowable stress aluminum analysis angle applied force applied load assumed axes axial force axially loaded bars beam behavior bolts buckling calculations caused centroid column compression concentrated force considered constant cross section crosssectional area cylinder deflection deformation Determine diameter direction elastic curve elastic modulus equal equations equilibrium example factor of safety figure flange flexure forces acting formula given by Eq Hence Hooke's law horizontal indeterminate problems internal kips length linearly elastic material maximum shear stress modulus Mohr's circle neutral axis normal stress Note obtained perpendicular plane plastic pressure vessel principal stresses problem procedure radius reactions rectangular resisting rotation segment shear center shear strain shear stress shown in Fig solution statically indeterminate steel strain energy stress concentrations stress distribution stressstrain diagram stresses acting tangent tensile tensile stress tension thinwalled torque torsion tube vertical virtual welds yield zero