Classical and Computational Solid Mechanics
This invaluable book has been written for engineers and engineering scientists in a style that is readable, precise, concise, and practical. It gives first priority to the formulation of problems, presenting the classical results as the gold standard, and the numerical approach as a tool for obtaining solutions. The classical part is a revision of the well-known text Foundations of Solid Mechanics, with a much-expanded discussion on the theories of plasticity and large elastic deformation with finite strains. The computational part is all new and is aimed at solving many major linear and nonlinear boundary-value problems.
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ANALYSIS OF STRAIN
ELASTIC AND PLASTIC BEHAVIOR
LINEARIZED THEORY OF ELASTICITY
SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS IN LINEARIZED
INCREMENTAL APPROACH TO SOLVING
FINITE ELEMENT METHODS
MIXED AND HYBRID FORMULATIONS
FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR PLATES
FINITE ELEMENT MODELING OF NONLINEAR
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