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. |
From inside the book
Results 1-3 of 12
Page 4
Twisting moment (Mx) The moment about the x-axis "twists" the beam. • Bending
moments (My and Mx) The moments about the y-axis and the z-axis bend the
beam. • Normal force (Fx) The force directed along the x-axis acts normal or ...
Twisting moment (Mx) The moment about the x-axis "twists" the beam. • Bending
moments (My and Mx) The moments about the y-axis and the z-axis bend the
beam. • Normal force (Fx) The force directed along the x-axis acts normal or ...
Page 50
Iz = J y2dA (3-4) Iy = J z2dA (3.5) Note that y2 dA is about the z-axis; hence, it is
Iz. Likewise, Iy comes from z2 dA, which is about the y-axis. You know that it is
the second (2) moment because the exponent inside the integral is 2. Length to
the ...
Iz = J y2dA (3-4) Iy = J z2dA (3.5) Note that y2 dA is about the z-axis; hence, it is
Iz. Likewise, Iy comes from z2 dA, which is about the y-axis. You know that it is
the second (2) moment because the exponent inside the integral is 2. Length to
the ...
Page 52
neutral axis, the greater the stress on that cross section), and (3) minimizing I.
Since I is constant for a given cross section, ... For the I-beam cross section, •
establish the neutral axis and • compute the second moment of inertia about the z
-axis.
neutral axis, the greater the stress on that cross section), and (3) minimizing I.
Since I is constant for a given cross section, ... For the I-beam cross section, •
establish the neutral axis and • compute the second moment of inertia about the z
-axis.
What people are saying - Write a review
User Review - Flag as inappropriate
its a good book very compact and very helpful with common problem projects
Contents
FUNDAMENTALS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1 |
AXIAL LOAD AND TORSION | 23 |
BENDING STRESS | 47 |
Copyright | |
6 other sections not shown
Common terms and phrases
Alloy applied Axial Load beam bending moment diagram bending stress calculations cars centroid chapter Coefficient of Thermal Combined Loading Combined Stresses compression Concrete Canoe cross section deformation Determine the reactions diameter Draw FBD draw the corresponding Draw the FBD engineering equilibrium equations failure free body diagram Fundamentals of Strength hole hydraulic elevator inertia Integrate Load and Torsion Materials and Warm-Up Materials Companion maximum shear stresses Mechanics of Materials method of sections Mini Baja Mohr's circle molasses Monument neutral axis normal stress Photograph piston plane pogo stick Poisson's Ratio principal and maximum problem Red Brass retrofit riders rides rivet roller coaster safety dog scooters shear force shear stress slugs/ft3 Solve the equilibrium Specific Weight spring steel strain Strength of Materials Stresses and Combined structure tank thickness tower vertical Warm-Up Exercises Yield Strength Yield Strength ay Young's Modulus z-axis