THE THEORY OF MATERIALS FAILURE
|Author(s)||Richard M. Christensen|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|D O W N L O A D|
This volume destined to be treated as a true classic in the mechanics of solids provides readers with the scientific evaluations and duly detailed derivations of the failure criteria of solid materials. In his stimulating book the author gives a comprehensive theory of the failures developed for the isotropic and homogeneous materials ranging from brittle materials to ductile metals.
An excellent subject easily accessible to the researchers in the field and students at all levels. Once they open this comprehensive and concise volume, they will definitely find it next to impossible to put it down until every chapter has been finished. The content is concerned with the material failure theory having the physical and mathematical basis. Though it shall not be treated as the complete review of the theory, it shall rather be considered a discriminating exposition of the subject.
There is a serious gap in the available information that would cover this matter and the intention of the author was to provide all missing knowledge and make a book featuring duly organized and unified presentation of classical and newly introduced approaches to the failure analysis. Such approach has made the content accessible to everyone from practicing engineers to the newcomers.
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