Mechanics of Materials
For undergraduate Mechanics of Materials courses in Mechanical, Civil, and Aerospace Engineering departments. Hibbeler continues to be the most student friendly text on the market. The new edition offers a new four-color, photorealistic art program to help students better visualize difficult concepts. Hibbeler continues to have over 1/3 more examples than its competitors, Procedures for Analysis problem solving sections, and a simple, concise writing style. Each chapter is organized into well-defined units that offer instructors great flexibility in course emphasis. Hibbeler combines a fluid writing style, cohesive organization, outstanding illustrations, and dynamic use of exercises, examples, and free body diagrams to help prepare tomorrow's engineers.
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allowable shear stress aluminum angle of twist Applying Eq assumed average normal stress average shear stress axes axial force axial load beam’s bolt buckling caused centroid column compressive stress computed constant cross section cross-sectional area deﬂection deformation Determine the maximum distributed load Draw the shear elastic curve factor of safety ﬁxed ﬂange free-body diagram horizontal inertia intemal length linear-elastic loading shown material maximum bending stress maximum in-plane shear maximum shear stress modulus of elasticity moment of inertia neutral axis normal strain orientation plastic positive principal stresses radius reactions segment shaft shear center shear force shear strain shown in Fig sign convention slope Solution Solve Prob statically indeterminate steel strain energy stress acting stress components stress developed stress distribution stress-strain diagram tensile tensile stress theorem thickness torque torsion tube vertical yield zero