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Preface Preface Preface Preface Preface The present edition of the book is a completely revised version of the earlier two editions. The second edition provided an opportunity to correct several typographical errors and wrong answers to some problems. Also, in addition, based on many suggestions received, a chapter on composite materials was also added and this addition was well received. Since this is a second-level course addressed to senior level students, many suggestions were being received to add several specialized topics. While it was difficult to accommodate all suggestions in a book of this type, still, a few topics due to their importance needed to be included and a new edition became necessary. As in the earlier editions, the first five chapters deal with the general analysis of mechanics of deformable solids. The contents of these chapters provide a firm foundation to the mechanics of deformable solids which will enable the student to analyse and solve a variety of strength-related design problems encountered in practice. The second reason is to bring into focus the assumptions made in obtaining several basic equations.

Mohrs theory of failure has been considerably enlarged because of its practical application. Chapter 5 deals with energy methods, which is one of the important topics and hence, is discussed in great detail.

The discussions in this chapter are important because of their applicability to a wide variety of problems. Several worked examples illustrate the applications of these theorems. Bending of beams, Centre of flexure, Curved Beams, etc. This chapter also discusses the validity of EulerBernoulli hypothesis in the derivations of beam equations.

Torsion is covered in great detail in Chapter 7.

Torsion of circular, elliptical, equilateral triangular bars, thin-walled multiple cell sections, etc. Another notable inclusion in this chapter is the torsion of bars with multiply connected sections which, in spite of its importance, is not found in standard texts. Analysis of axisymmetric problems like composite tubes under internal and external pressures, rotating disks, shafts and cylinders can be found in Chapter 8.

Stresses and deformations caused in bodies due to thermal gradients need special attention because of their frequent occurrences. Usually, these problems are treated in books on Thermoelasticity. The analysis of thermal stress problems are not any more complicated than the traditional problems discussed in books on Advanced Mechanics of Solids.

Chapter 9 in this book covers thermal stress problems.

Elastic instability problems are covered in Chapter In addition to topics on Beam Columns, this chapter exposes the student to the instability problem as an eigenvalue problem. This is an important concept that a student has to appreciate. Energy methods as those of RayleighRitz, Timoshenko, use of trigonometric series, etc.

Introduction to the mechanics of composites is found in Chapter Modern day engineering practices and manufacturing industries make use of a variety of composites. This chapter provides a good foundation to this topic.

The subject material is a natural extension from isotropic solids to anisotropic solids. Chapter 5 deals with energy methods, which is one of the important topics and hence, is discussed in great detail. The discussions in this chapter are important because of their applicability to a wide variety of problems.

Several worked examples illustrate the applications of these theorems.

Bending of beams, Centre of flexure, Curved Beams, etc. This chapter also discusses the validity of EulerBernoulli hypothesis in the derivations of beam equations. Torsion is covered in great detail in Chapter 7. Torsion of circular, elliptical, equilateral triangular bars, thin-walled multiple cell sections, etc.

Another notable inclusion in this chapter is the torsion of bars with multiply connected sections which, in spite of its importance, is not found in standard texts. Analysis of axisymmetric problems like composite tubes under internal and external pressures, rotating disks, shafts and cylinders can be found in Chapter 8.

Stresses and deformations caused in bodies due to thermal gradients need special attention because of their frequent occurrences. Usually, these problems are treated in books on Thermoelasticity. The analysis of thermal stress problems are not any more complicated than the traditional problems discussed in books on Advanced Mechanics of Solids.

Chapter 9 in this book covers thermal stress problems. Elastic instability problems are covered in Chapter In addition to topics on Beam Columns, this chapter exposes the student to the instability problem as an eigenvalue problem.

This is an important concept that a student has to appreciate.

Energy methods as those of RayleighRitz, Timoshenko, use of trigonometric series, etc. Introduction to the mechanics of composites is found in Chapter Modern day engineering practices and manufacturing industries make use of a variety of composites.

This chapter provides a good foundation to this topic. The subject material is a natural extension from isotropic solids to anisotropic solids. Orthotropic materials, off-axis loading, angle-ply and cross-ply laminates, failure criteria for composites, effects of Poissons ratio, etc.