11.02.2017

MECHANICS OF MATERIALS

Mechanics of Materials

Author(s)                  Ferdinand P. Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr., John T. DeWolf, David F. Mazurek
Publisher McGraw-Hill
Date 2014
pages 896
Format pdf
Size 28.6 Mb

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   This book is an excellent leader for the teaching of all aspects of solid mechanics. It has already been well met by thousands of readers all around the world. The content of the volume provides students of mechanics of materials with a truly precise presentation of the topics; the text has been illustrated with many live engineering examples easy to understand for the students and relating to both theory and application. The methodology of presenting the material used by the author gives readers a good opportunity to succeed in studying. The book is filled with detailed examples and homework problems to make students confident. The readers will be able to learn quite well straight from this work. The data diagrams contained in the publication are very clear and understandable. According to the numerous customer reviews, this publication is there among the most helpful ones available today. The text has been mainly based on the understanding of the several fundamental concepts and use of the simplified models. Such approach has made it possible to develop all required formulas in a very logical and rational way, clearly indicating all conditions under which they could be applied to the design and analysis of different engineering structures and components of the machines. The authors have also used many informative "picture equations" to assist readers...

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