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Apple Academic Press Inc.
07 November 2014
Developed with stress analysts handling multidisciplinary subjects in mind, and written to provide the theories needed for problem solving and stress analysis on structural systems, Essentials of Mechanical Stress Analysis presents a variety of relevant topics-normally offered as individual course topics-that are crucial for carrying out the analysis of structures. This work explores concepts through both theory and numerical examples, and covers the analytical and numerical approaches to stress analysis, as well as isotropic, metallic, and orthotropic composite material analyses.

Comprised of 13 chapters, this must-have resource:

Establishes the fundamentals of material behavior required for understanding the concepts of stress analysis Defines stress and strain, and elaborates on the basic concepts exposing the relationship between the two Discusses topics related to contact stresses and pressure vessels Introduces the different failure criteria and margins of safety calculations for ductile and brittle materials Illustrates beam analysis theory under various types of loading Introduces plate analysis theory Addresses elastic instability and the buckling of columns and plates Demonstrates the concept of fatigue and stress to life-cycle calculations Explores the application of energy methods for determining deflection and stresses of structural systems Highlights the numerical methods and finite element techniques most commonly used for the calculation of stress Presents stress analysis methods for composite laminates Explains fastener and joint connection analysis theory Provides MathCAD (R) sample simulation codes that can be used for fast and reliable stress analysis Essentials of Mechanical Stress Analysis is a quintessential guide detailing topics related to stress and structural analysis for practicing stress analysts in mechanical, aerospace, civil, and materials engineering fields and serves as a reference for higher-level undergraduates and graduate students.
By:   Amir Javidinejad (Zodiac Aerospace Garden Grove California USA)
Imprint:   Apple Academic Press Inc.
Country of Publication:   Canada
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 156mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   522g
ISBN:   9781482258479
ISBN 10:   1482258471
Series:   Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Series
Pages:   264
Publication Date:   07 November 2014
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Primary ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Basics of Material Engineering Introduction The Fundamental Terms The Material Properties Problems References Stress and Strain Relationship Introduction Stress 2-D Stresses on an Inclined Angle Principal Stresses Mohr's Circle Strain Plane Stress and Strain Principal Strains Stress Based on the Measured Strains Stress State in Polar Coordinates Stress Field around Circular Holes in Thin Plates Problems References Stress Due to Pressure Conditions Introduction Contact Stresses Thin-Walled Spherical Pressure Vessels Thin-Walled Cylindrical Pressure Vessels Thick-Walled Cylinder Problems References Failure Criteria Introduction Material Failure Maximum Shear Stress Criterion Maximum Distortion Energy Criterion Maximum Normal Stress Criterion Mohr's Criterion Factor of Safety Calculations Problems References Beam Analysis Theory Introduction Boundary Conditions and Loading Shear and Moment Diagrams Deflection of the Beams Bending of the Beams Shear of the Beams Torsion of the Beams Curved Beam Theory Problems References Plate Analysis Theory Introduction Circular Plates Uniformly Loaded Circular Plates Loaded at the Center Uniformly Loaded Rectangular Plates Problems References Elastic Stability and Buckling Introduction Column Buckling Instability Column Buckling under Combined Axial and Bending Loads Multiple Column System Buckling Buckling of Plates Problems References Fatigue Analysis Introduction Stress-Life S-N Curve Fatigue Crack Growth Problems References Energy Methods Introduction Strain Energy Castigliano's Theory Stress Due to Impact by Potential Energy Problems References Numerical and Finite Element Methods Introduction Stress on Truss Elements Stress on Beam Members Accurate Finite Element Analysis of Plates Problems References Composite Analysis Theory Introduction Orthotropic Lamina Orthotropic Layers Oriented at an Arbitrary Angle Analysis of Laminate Effective Modulus of the Laminate Problems References Fasteners and Joint Connections Introduction Fastener Connection Failure Welded Connection Failure Eccentric Loading of Fasteners Intercoupling Loading of Fasteners and Inserts Fastener Properties Problems References MathCAD (R) Stress Analysis Simulations Introduction Section Property Calculations Stress Transformation and Principal Stresses Hooke's Law (Stress and Strain Conversations) Contact Stresses Pressure Vessels Shear and Moment Diagrams Curved Beam Theory Deflection of Circular Plates Deflection of Rectangular Plates Column Buckling Plate Buckling Finite Elements of Truss System Composite Laminate Lay-up Analysis Eccentric Loading of the Fasteners References

Amir Javidinejad received his MS from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and his PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. Dr. Javidinejad has extensive practical experience in structural solid mechanics and finite element methods from aerospace, military, and commercial industries as well as from academia. He has been involved in research in the areas of structural mechanics of isotropic and composite materials, and his experiences include static and dynamics simulation of various structures and structural testing correlations.

Reviews for Essentials of Mechanical Stress Analysis

I like the example and homework problems. I also like the inclusion of topics such as orthotropic materials/composite materials, fasteners and numerical methods, plus the MathCAD chapter. -R.E. Rowlands, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA


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