Book Title : Mechanics of Materials

Author(s) : Ferdinand P.Beer, E.Russell Johnston, John T. Dewolf David F.Mazurek

Publisher : McGraw hill

Edition : fifth

Pages : 818

Size : 22.9 MB

Book Description :

The fifth edition of **Mechanics of Materials by Ferdinand P.Beer, E.Russel Johnston, John T. Dewolf David F. Mazurek** maintains the spirit of its successful previous editions that have made this book standard in solid mechanics for over two decades. It provides a precise presentation of subject illustrated with numerous Engineering examples that help the students easily understand and related to theory and applications.

Salient Features :

- Exhaustive exposure to the analysis of the stresses and corresponding deformations in various structural members.
- Liberal use of free-body diagrams to determine external and internal forces.
- Unique style of presentation portrays a rare combination of scientific language, appropriate mathematical descriptions with logical flow of topics.
- Computer problems at the end of each chapter.
- Rich pool of Pedagogy includes:
- 176 solved problems
- 1498 exercise problems
- 72 computer problems
- 1686 figures

Table of Contents :

Chapter 1. Introduction- Concept of Stress

Chapter 2. Stress and Strain-Axial Loading

Chapter 3. Torsion

Chapter 4. Pure Bending

Chapter 5. Analysis and Design of Beams for Bending

Chapter 6. Shearing Stresses in Beams and Thin-Walled Members

Chapter 7. Transformers of Stress and Strain

Chapter 8. Principal Stresses under Given Loading Conditions

Chapter 9. Deflection of Beams

Chapter 10. Columns

Chapter 11. Energy Methods