Hibbeler – Mechanics of Materials 9th Edition c2014

Hibbeler – Mechanics of Materials 9th Edition c2014
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R. C. Hibbeler
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Hibbeler – Mechanics of Materials 9th Edition c2014
Stress3
Chapter Objectives 3
1.1  Introduction3
1.2  Equilibrium of a Deformable Body4
1.3  Stress22
1.4  Average Normal Stress in an Axially
Loaded Bar24
1.5  Average Shear Stress32
1.6  Allowable Stress Design46
1.7  Limit State Design48
2
Strain67
Chapter Objectives 67
2.1  Deformation67
2.2  Strain68
Mechanical Properties
of Materials83
Chapter Objectives 83
3.1  The Tension and Compression Test83
3.2  The Stress–Strain Diagram85
3.3  Stress–Strain Behavior of Ductile and
Brittle Materials89
3.4  Hooke’s Law92
3.5  Strain Energy94
3.6  Poisson’s Ratio104
3.7  The Shear Stress–Strain Diagram106
*3.8  Failure of Materials Due to Creep
and Fatigue109
4
Axial Load121
Chapter Objectives 121
4.1  Saint-Venant’s Principle121
4.2  Elastic Deformation of an Axially Loaded
Member124
4.3  Principle of Superposition138
4.4  Statically Indeterminate Axially Loaded
Member139
4.5  The Force Method of Analysis for Axially
Loaded Members145
4.6  Thermal Stress153
4.7  Stress Concentrations160
*4.8  Inelastic Axial Deformation164
*4.9  Residual Stress166
5
Torsion181
Chapter Objectives 181
5.1  Torsional Deformation of a Circular
Shaft181
5.2  The Torsion Formula184
5.3  Power Transmission192
5.4  Angle of Twist204
5.5  Statically Indeterminate Torque-Loaded
Members218
*5.6  Solid Noncircular Shafts225
*5.7  Thin-Walled Tubes Having Closed Cross
Sections228
5.8  Stress Concentration238
*5.9  Inelastic Torsion241
*5.10  Residual Stress243
Bending259
Chapter Objectives 259
6.1  Shear and Moment Diagrams259
6.2  Graphical Method for Constructing Shear
and Moment Diagrams266
6.3  Bending Deformation of a Straight
Member285
6.4  The Flexure Formula289
6.5  Unsymmetric Bending306
*6.6  Composite Beams316
*6.7  Reinforced Concrete Beams319
*6.8  Curved Beams323
6.9  Stress Concentrations330
*6.10  Inelastic Bending339
7
Transverse Shear363
Chapter Objectives 363
7.1  Shear in Straight Members363
7.2  The Shear Formula365
7.3  Shear Flow in Built-Up Members382
7.4  Shear Flow in Thin-Walled Members391
*7.5  Shear Center for Open Thin-Walled
Members396
8
Combined Loadings409
Chapter Objectives 409
8.1  Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels409
8.2  State of Stress Caused by Combined
Loadings416
9
Stress Transformation441
Chapter Objectives 441
9.1  Plane-Stress Transformation441
9.2  General Equations of Plane-Stress
Transformation446
9.3  Principal Stresses and Maximum In-Plane
Shear Stress449
9.4  Mohr’s Circle—Plane Stress465
9.5  Absolute Maximum Shear Stress477
10
Strain
Transformation489
Chapter Objectives 489
10.1  Plane Strain489
10.2  General Equations of Plane-Strain
Transformation490
*10.3  Mohr’s Circle—Plane Strain498
*10.4  Absolute Maximum Shear Strain506
10.5  Strain Rosettes508
10.6  Material-Property Relationships512
*10.7  Theories of Failure524
11
Design of Beams
and Shafts541
Chapter Objectives 541
11.1  Basis for Beam Design541
11.2  Prismatic Beam Design544
*11.3  Fully Stressed Beams558
*11.4  Shaft Design562
12
Deflection of Beams
and Shafts573
Chapter Objectives 573
12.1  The Elastic Curve573
12.2  Slope and Displacement by
Integration577
*12.3  Discontinuity Functions597
*12.4  Slope and Displacement by the MomentArea Method608
12.5  Method of Superposition623
12.6  Statically Indeterminate Beams
and Shafts631
12.7  Statically Indeterminate Beams and
Shafts—Method of Integration632
*12.8  Statically Indeterminate Beams and
Shafts—Moment-Area Method637
12.9  Statically Indeterminate Beams and
Shafts—Method of Superposition643
13
Buckling of Columns661
Chapter Objectives 661
13.1  Critical Load661
13.2  Ideal Column with Pin Supports664
13.3  Columns Having Various Types
of Supports670
*13.4  The Secant Formula682
*13.5  Inelastic Buckling688
*13.6  Design of Columns for Concentric
Loading696
*13.7  Design of Columns for Eccentric
Loading707
14
Energy Methods719
Chapter Objectives 719
14.1  External Work and Strain Energy719
14.2  Elastic Strain Energy for Various Types
of Loading724
14.3  Conservation of Energy737
14.4  Impact Loading744
*14.5  Principle of Virtual Work 755
*14.6  Method of Virtual Forces Applied
to Trusses 759
*14.7  Method of Virtual Forces Applied
to Beams 766
*14.8  Castigliano’s Theorem 775
*14.9  Castigliano’s Theorem Applied
to Trusses 777
*14.10  Castigliano’s Theorem Applied
to Beams 780
Appendix
A.Geometric Properties of an Area 788
B. Geometric Properties of Structural
Shapes 804
C.Slopes and Deflections of Beams 812
Solutions and Answers for
Preliminary Problems814
Fundamental Problems Partial
Solutions and Answers825
Selected Answers844
Index866
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