The most comprehensive book in its field, Formulas for Stress, Strain, and Structural Matrices, Second Edition is a source of formulas for the analysis and design of structural members and mechanical elements. * Presents simple formulas, organized by type of member, to permit more complex members to be solved. * Includes formulas for dynamic response as well as nominal vibration formulas. * Contains background material on stress and strain, mechanical properties of materials, stress analysis, stress concentration, and fracture and fatigue mechanics._/, 2 (2-48agt; a#39;ya#39;z yz y z yz where ys, zs are indicated in Fig. ... Cook, R. Da and Young, W. C. Advanced Mechanics of Materials, Macmillan, New York. 1985. 2.4. Cowper, G. Ra aquot;The Shear Coefficient in Timoshenkoa#39;s Beam Theory, aquot; J. Appl. Mech. ... R. I., The Shaft Book, U.S. Army ARRADCOM MISD Usera#39;s Manual 80-5.
|Title||:||Formulas for stress, strain, and structural matrices|
|Author||:||Walter D. Pilkey|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2005|