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Strength of Materials: Theory and Examples

269 pages


Strength of Materials: Theory and Examples covers the basic topics and mathematical aspect relating to the strength of materials.

Each chapter of this book consists of a concise but thorough statement of the theory, followed by a number of worked examples in which the theory is amplified and extended. A large number of unworked examples and its respective answers are also provided.

The topics include the bending stresses, torsion, deflection of beams, struts, and thin curved bars. This text likewise deliberates the shear stress in beams, unsymmetrical bending, elastic constants, and theories of failure.

This publication is recommended for students who are in their first two years of an engineering degree or diploma course.

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