Roark's Formulas for Stress and Strain Essay

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Roark’s Formulas for Stress and Strain
WARREN C. YOUNG RICHARD G. BUDYNAS

Seventh Edition

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Contents

List of Tables

vii

Preface to the Seventh Edition ix Preface to the First Edition xi

Part 1 Introduction
Chapter 1 Introduction 3

Terminology. State Properties, Units, and Conversions. Contents.

Part 2 Facts; Principles; Methods
Chapter 2 Stress and Strain: Important Relationships 9

Stress. Strain and the Stress–Strain Relations. Stress Transformations. Strain Transformations. Tables. References.

Chapter 3

The Behavior of Bodies under Stress

35

Methods of Loading. Elasticity; Proportionality of Stress and Strain. Factors Affecting Elastic Properties. Load–Deformation Relation for a Body. Plasticity. Creep and Rupture under Long-Time Loading. Criteria of Elastic Failure and of Rupture. Fatigue. Brittle Fracture. Stress Concentration. Effect of Form and Scale on Strength; Rupture Factor. Prestressing. Elastic Stability. References.

Chapter 4

Principles and Analytical Methods

63

Equations of Motion and of Equilibrium. Principle of Superposition. Principle of Reciprocal Deflections. Method of Consistent Deformations (Strain Compatibility). Principles and Methods Involving Strain Energy. Dimensional Analysis. Remarks on the Use of Formulas. References. iii iv

Contents

Chapter 5

Numerical Methods

73

The Finite-Difference Method. The Finite-Element Method. The BoundaryElement Method. References.

Chapter 6

Experimental

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