## Mechanics of Materials Companion: Case Studies, Design, and RetrofitCase histories--Work with real world engineering problems while learning about engineering history. * Design and Retrofit--Multistep, synthesis approach to problem solving. * Suitable as a companion for any textbook--All chapters are based on general concepts. |

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In Dynamics, bodies did not deform, but they moved. Now in Strength of Materials

, we add a different dose of reality into your problems by saying that materials

deform when forces (and moments) are

units, ...

In Dynamics, bodies did not deform, but they moved. Now in Strength of Materials

, we add a different dose of reality into your problems by saying that materials

deform when forces (and moments) are

**applied**. Here are some useful terms,units, ...

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Before any load is

value also increases. The stress and its corresponding strain are plotted. There

are ...

Before any load is

**applied**to the specimen, you're at the origin, a. As the load is**applied**and increases in magnitude, the specimen elongates and the strainvalue also increases. The stress and its corresponding strain are plotted. There

are ...

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If the load is

from Eq. 2.1. What if you suddenly push or pull on that spring? The spring would

probably deform considerably more than if the same force was "softly"

If the load is

**applied**very slowly (static case), then the deformation is computedfrom Eq. 2.1. What if you suddenly push or pull on that spring? The spring would

probably deform considerably more than if the same force was "softly"

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### Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1 |

AXIAL LOAD AND TORSION | 23 |

BENDING STRESS | 47 |

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