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No part of this publicationmay be reproduced,storedin a retrieval system,or transmittedin any form or by any means, electronic,mechanical,photocopying,recording,scanning,or otherwise,except as permitted under Sec- tions or of the United StatesCopyrightAct, without either the prior written permissionof the Pub- lisher,or authorizationthrough payment of the appropriateper-copy fee to the CopyrightClearanceCenter, Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA , ,fax To order books please call 1 Boresi, RichardJ.
Includesbibliographicalreferencesand index. ISBN cloth : alk. Strengthof materials. RichardJoseph , B66 PREFACE This book is written as a text for advanced undergraduatesand graduate students in aero- space, civil, and mechanical engineering and applied mechanics. It is also intended as a reference for practitioners. The book contains topics sufficient for two academicsemesters or three quarters.
Thus, there is enough variety that instructorsof a one-semestercourse or one- or two-quartercourses can choose topics of interest to students. New to this Edition In this sixth edition, we have attempted to thoroughly review the fifth edition with the intention of clarifying and condensing the presentation, updating many of the examples and homework problems, and adding selected new topics.
In the face of these additions, we have also attempted to control the growth in size of the book. Such is a difficult task. Based on a survey of the market, the final chapter, finite element methods, has been removed from the book and is available at no cost from the book Web site: http:llwww.
Those topics that we have retained are presented with detail and precision, as in previous editions of the book. Throughout the revision pro- cess, the philosophyof previous editions has been maintained. That is, we have attempted to develop the topics from basic principles so that the applicability and limitations of the methods are clear.
Without an understandingof the underlyingprinciples and assumptions upon which analysismethods are based, users of those methods may be limited to applica- tion of the methods to known problems. Furthermore, they may not have the necessary understandingto extend or adapt the theories and developmentsto their own applications. Hence, we regard conceptsand fundamentalsas no less importantthan applicationof solu- tion methods in problem solving.
Organization In Chapter 1 basic concepts of one-dimensionalload-stress, load-deflec- tion, and stress-strain diagramsare introduced. A discussionof the tension test and associ- ated material properties is presented, followed by a brief introduction to failure theories. Theories of stress and strain follow in Chapter 2. Definitionsof the stress tensor and vari- ous stress quantities are developed from detailed examination of equilibrium conditions for a body.
Likewise,definitionsof strain are developed from a consideration of deforma- tion of a body. Here, the independence and similarity of the theories of stress and strain become evident. Chapter 3 joins the theories of stress and strain by the theory of linear stress-strain-temperature relations, based upon the requirements of the first law of ther- modynamics.
Stress-strain relations and material constants for anisotropic, orthotropic, and isotropicmaterials are discussed. Yield theory is developed in Chapter4. Starting with one-dimensionalstress-strain behavior, the concepts of yield criteria, yield functions, and yield surfaces are developed to describe nonlinear material response for multiaxial stress states.
The von Mises and Tresca criteria are discussed and compared in detail. The appli- cation of energymethods, Chapter5,includesa discussionof the dummy load method and its relation to the Castiglianomethod. That is, these chap- ters use fundamental concepts of equilibrium, compatibility conditions, constitutiverela- tions, and material response to study the behavior of selected mechanical and structural members.
Specifically,the followingtopics are considered:torsion,nonsymmetricalbend- ing, shear center, curved beams, beams on elastic foundations, thick-wall cylinders, and column stability. Key kinematic and material response assumptions are emphasized in order to highlight the applicabilityand limitationsof the analysis methods. Chapters contain selectedtopics that are not generally treated by the mechan- ics of materialsmethod, but are neverthelessareas of interest and advanced study for prac- ticing engineers.
This part of the book contains a mix of topics involving both behavior of structural and mechanical systems flat plates, stress concentrations,and contact stresses as well as detailed study of material behavior fracturemechanics and fatigue.
Acknowledgments We thank Joe Hayton, EngineeringEditor at Wiley, for his help and advice during the development of this edition. In addition, we also appreciate the help of Valerie Vargas, Production Editor,Adriana Lavergne at Argosy for work on composition, and David Wood at Wellington Studiosfor work on the illustrationprogram. We acknowl- edge the help of the followingreviewers, who offered useful insights into developingthis edition: Abhijit Bhattacharyya,University of Alberta BillY.
Menzemer,University of Akron JamesA. Contact your local sales representativefor additionaldetails. Finally, we welcome comments, suggestions, questions, and corrections that you might wish to offer.
Send your remarks to Dr. Arthur P. The chapter serves also as a brief guide and introductionto the remainderof the book. You may find it fruitfulto refer to this chapter,from time to time, in conjunctionwith the study of topics in other chapters. In most structuresor machines,the primary function of a mem- ber is to supportor transfer externalforces loads that act on it, without failing. Failureof a membermay occur when it is loadedbeyond its capacityto resist fracture, general yield- ing, excessive deflection, or instability see Section 1.
These types of failure depend on the nature of the load and the type of member. In elementary mechanics of materials, members subjected to axial loads, bending moments,and torsionalforces are studied. Simpleformulasfor the stress and deflection of such members are developed Gere, Some of these formulas arebased on simplify- ing assumptions and as such must be subjected to certain restrictions when extended to new problems.
In this book, many of these formulas are used and extended to applications of more complex problems. But first we review,without derivation,some of the basic for- mulas from mechanics of materials and highlight the limitations to their application.
Advanced Mechanics of Materials
Updated and reorganized, each of the topics is thoroughly developed from fundamental principles. The assumptions, applicability and limitations of the methods are cleary discussed. Includes such advanced subjects as plasticity, creep, fracture, mechanics, flat plates, high cycle fatigue, contact stresses and finite elements. Due to the widespread use of the metric system, SI units are used throughout. Contains a generous selection of illustrative examples and problems. This updated and reorganized textbook for mechanical engineering students continues to offer a blend of analysis, approximation and judgement based on practical experience, but the work has been enhanced by expanding certain key topics, such as finite element analysis. Convert currency.
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You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. Would you like to change to the site? Arthur P. Boresi , Richard J. Building on the success of five previous editions, this new sixth edition continues to present a unified approach to the study of the behavior of structural members and the development of design and failure criteria. The text treats each type of structural member in sufficient detail so that the resulting solutions are directly applicable to real-world problems.
Advanced Mechanics of Materials, 6th Edition