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 Dill, Ellis Harold, 1932
 Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, c2007.
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 Book — 352 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 FUNDAMENTALS OF CONTINUUM MECHANICS Material Models Classical SpaceTime Material Bodies Strain Rate of Strain Curvilinear Coordinate Systems Conservation of Mass Balance of Momentum Balance of Energy Constitutive Equations Thermodynamic Dissipation Objectivity: Invariance for Rigid Motions ColemanMizel Model Fluid Mechanics Problems for
 Chapter 1 Bibliography NONLINEAR ELASTICITY Thermoelasticity Material Symmetries Isotropic Materials Incompressible Materials Conjugate Measures of Stress and Strain Some Symmetry Groups Rate Formulations for Elastic Materials Energy Principles Geometry of Small Deformations Linear Elasticity Special Constitutive Models for Isotropic Materials Mechanical Restrictions on the Constitutive Relations Problems for
 Chapter 2 Bibliography LINEAR ELASTICITY Basic Equations Plane Strain Plane Stress Properties of Solutions Potential Energy Special Matrix Notation The Finite Element Method of Solution General Equations for an Assembly of Elements Finite Element Analysis for Large Deformations Problems for
 Chapter 3 Bibliography PLASTICITY Classical Theory of Plasticity Work Principle von MisesType Yield Criterion Hill Yield Criterion for Orthotropic Materials Isotropic Hardening Kinematic Hardening Combined Hardening laws General Equations of Plasticity Strain Formulation of Plasticity Finite Element Analysis Large Deformations Thermodynamics of ElasticPlastic Materials Problems for
 Chapter 4 Bibliography VISCOELASTICITY Linear Viscoelasticity Effect of Temperature Nonlinear Viscoelasticity Thermodynamics of Materials with Fading Memory Problems for
 Chapter 5 Bibliography FRACTURE AND FATIGUE Fracture Criterion Plane Crack through a Sheet Fracture Modes Calculation of the Stress Intensity Factor Crack Growth Problems for
 Chapter 6 Bibliography MATHEMATICAL TOOLS FOR CONTINUUM MECHANICS Sets of Real Numbers Matrices Vector Analysis Tensors Isotropic Functions Abstract Derivatives Some Basic Mathematical Definitions and Theorems Problems for
 Chapter 7 Bibliography INDEX.
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2. Elasticity with mathematica : an introduction to continuum mechanics and linear elasticity [2007]
 Constantinescu, Andrei.
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
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 Book — ix, 255 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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 Preface
 1. Kinematics: displacements and strains
 2. Dynamics and statics: stresses and equilibrium
 3. Linear elasticity
 4. General principles in problems of elasticity
 5. Stress functions
 6. Displacement potentials
 7. Energy principles and variational formulations
 Appendix 1. Differential operators
 Appendix 2. Mathematica tricks
 Appendix 3. Plotting parametric meshes Bibliography Index.
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 Finite Elemente. English
 Braess, Dietrich, 1938
 3rd ed.  Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
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 Book — xvii, 365 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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 Preface to the Third English Edition Preface to the First English Edition Preface to the German Edition Notation
 1. Introduction
 2. Conforming finite elements
 3. Nonconforming and other methods
 4. The conjugate gradient method
 5. Multigrid methods
 6. Finite elements in solid mechanics References Index.
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 Armenàkas, Anthony E., 1924
 Boca Raton, FL : Taylor & Francis/CRC Press, 2006.
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 Book — 975 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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This book presents both differential equation and integral formulations of boundary value problems for computing the stress and displacement fields of solid bodies at two levels of approximation  isotropic linear theory of elasticity as well as theories of mechanics of materials. Moreover, the book applies these formulations to practical solutions in detailed, easytofollow examples. "Advanced Mechanics of Materials and Applied Elasticity" presents modern and classical methods of analysis in current notation and in the context of current practices. The author's wellbalanced choice of topics, clear and direct presentation, and emphasis on the integration of sophisticated mathematics with practical examples offer students in civil, mechanical, and aerospace engineering an unparalleled guide and reference for courses in advanced mechanics of materials, stress analysis, elasticity, and energy methods in structural analysis.
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 Ding, Haojiang.
 Dordrecht : Springer, 2006.
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 Book — xii, 435 p. : fig., tab. ; 25 cm.
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 Preface
 Chapter 1 BASIC EQUATIONS OF ANISOTROPIC ELASTICITY: 1.1 Transformation of Strains and Stresses 1.2 Basic Equations 1.2.1 Geometric equations 1.2.2 Equations of motion 1.2.3 Constitutive equations 1.3 Boundary and Initial Conditions 1.3.1 Boundary conditions 1.3.2 Initial conditions 1.4 Thermoelasticity.
 Chapter 2 GENERAL SOLUTION FOR TRANSVERSELY ISOTROPIC PROBLEMS: 2.1 Governing Equations 2.1.1 Methods of solution 2.1.2 Governing equations for the displacement method 2.1.3 Equations for a mixed method
 the statespace method 2.2 Displacement Method 2.2.1 General solution in Cartesian coordinates 2.2.2 General solution in cylindrical coordinates 2.3 Stress Method for Axisymmetric Problems 2.4 Displacement Method for Spherically Isotropic Bodies 2.4.1 General solution 2.4.2 Relationship between transversely isotropic and spherically isotropic solutions.
 Chapter 3 PROBLEMS FOR INFINITE SOLIDS: 3.1 The Unified Point Force Solution 3.1.1 A point force perpendicular to the isotropic plane 3.1.2 A point force within the isotropic plane 3.2 The Point Force Solution for an Infinite Solid Composed of two HalfSpaces 3.2.
 1 A point force perpendicular to the isotropic plane 3.2.2 A point force within the isotropic plane 3.2.3 Some remarks 3.3 An Infinite Transversely Isotropic Space with an Inclusions 3.4 Spherically Isotropic Materials 3.4.1 An infinite space subjected to a point force 3.4.2 Stress concentration in neighbourhood of a spherical cavity.
 Chapter 4 HALFSPACE AND LAYERED MEDIA: 4.1 Unified Solution for a HalfSpace Subjected to a Surface Point Force 4.1.1 A point force normal to the halfspace surface 4.1.2 A point force tangential to the halfspace surface 4.2 A HalfSpace Subjected to an Interior Point Force 4.2.
 1 A point force normal to the halfspace surface 4.2.2 A point force tangential to the halfspace surface 4.3 General Solution by Fourier Transform 4.4 Point Force Solution of an Elastic Layer 4.5 Layered Elastic Media.
 Chapter 5 EQUILIBRIUM OF BODIES OF REVOLUTION: 5.1 Some Harmonic Functions 5.1.1 Harmonic polynomials 5.1.2 Harmonic functions containing ln(r I ij ) 5.1.3 Harmonic functions containing R 5.2 An Annular (Circular) Plate Subjected to Axial Tension and Radial Compression 5.3 An Annular (Circular) Plate Subjected to Pure Bending 5.4 A SimplySupported Annular (Circular) Plate Under Uniform Transverse Loading 5.5 A Uniformly Rotating Annular (Circular) Plate 5.6 Transversely Isotropic Cones 5.6.1 Compression of a cone under an axial force 5.6.2 Bending of a cone under a transverse force 5.7 Spherically Isotropic Cones 5.7.1. Equilibrium and boundary conditions 5.7.2. A cone under tip forces 5.7.3. A cone under concentrated moments at its apex 5.7.4. Conical shells.
 Chapter 6 THERMAL STRESSES: 6.1 Transversely Isotropic Materials 6.2 A Different General Solution for Transversely Isotropic Thermoelasticity 6.2.
 1 General solution for dynamic problems 6.2.2 General solution for static problems 6.3 Spherically Isotropic Materials.
 Chapter 7 FRICTIONAL CONTACT: 7.1 Two Elastic Bodies in Contact 7.1.1 Mathematical description of a contact system 7.1.2 Deformation of transversely isotropic bodies under frictionless contact 7.1.3 A halfspace under point forces 7.2 Contact of a Sphere with a HalfSpace 7.2.1 Contact with normal loading 7.2.2 Contact with tangential loading 7.3 Contact of a Cylindrical Punch with a HalfSpace 7.3.1 Contact with normal loading 7.3.2 Contact with tangential loading 7.4 Indentation by a Cone 7.4.1 Contact with normal loading 7.4.2 Contact with tangential loading 7.5 Inclined Contact of a Cylindrical Punch with a HalfSpace 7.5.1 Contact with normal loading 7.5.2 Contact with tangential loading 7.6 Discussions on Solutions for Frictional Contact.
 Chapter 8 BENDING, VIBRATION AND STABILITY OF PLATES: 8.1 General Solution Method 8.1.1 Rectangular plates 8.1.2 Circular plates 8.2 The SateSpace Method for Laminated Plates 8.2.1 Laminated rectangular plates 8.2.2 Laminated circular plates.
 Chapter 9 VIBRATIONS OF CYLINDERS AND CYLINDRICAL SHELLS OF TRANSVERSELY ISOTROPIC MATERIALS: 9.1 Three Simple Modes of Vibration 9.1.1 Axisymmetric torsional vibration 9.1.2 Breathing mode vibration 9.1.3 Thicknessshear vibration 9.2 Asymmetric Vibration 9.3 Vibration of a Layered Cylindrical Shell 9.3.1 Statespace formulations 9.3.2 Layerwise method and state vector solution 9.3.3 Free vibration analysis and numerical results 9.4 Vibration of a Cylindrical Shell Coupled with Fluid 9.4.1 Coupling effect of fluid 9.4.2 Free vibration of submerged and/or fluidfilled cylinders and cylindrical shells 9.4.3 Numerical results of a fluidfilled cylindrical shell 9.5 Vibration of a Cylindrical Shell Coupled with the Surrounding Elastic Medium 9.5.1 Elastic waves in an isotropic elastic medium 9.5.2 Displacements and stresses in the shell 9.5.3 Vibration of the shell.
 Chapter 10 SPHERICAL SHELLS OF SPHERICALLY ISOTROPIC MATERIALS: 10.1 Free Vibration 10.1.1 Basic equations and solution 10.1.2 Free vibration analysis 10.2 Frequency Equations and Numerical Results 10.2.1 Frequency equations of a singlelayered hollow sphere 10.2.2 Some special cases 10.2.3 An example 10.3 Vibration Coupled with Fluid 10.3.1 Effect of fluid 10.3.2 Frequency equations 10.3.3 Numerical results 10.4 Vibration Coupled with the Surrounding Elastic Medium 10.4.1 Pasternak model of elastic foundation 10.4.2 Frequency equations 10.4.3 Numerical results 10.5 Laminated Spherical Shells 10.5.1 Statespace formulations for spherically isotropic elasticity 10.5.2 Layerwise method and state vector solution 10.5.3 Frequency equations 10.5.4 Numerical results. Appendix A ADDITIONAL NOTES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY TO CHAPTERS. Appendix B SPECIAL FUNCTIONS. Appendix C NOMENCLATURE. REFERENCES. INDEX.
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 Rand, Omri.
 Boston : Birkhäuser, c2005.
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 Book — xviii, 451 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. + 1 CDROM (4 3/4 in.)
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 Preface. List of Figures. List of Tables. Fundamentals of Anisotropic Elasticity and Analytical Methodologies. Anisotropic Materials. Plane Deformation Analysis. Solution Methodologies. Foundations of Anisotropic Beam Analysis. Beams of General Anisotropy. Homogeneous, Uncoupled Monoclinic Beams. NonHomogeneous Plane and Beam Analysis. Solid Coupled Monoclinic Beams. ThinWalled Coupled Monoclinic Beams. Programs Description. References. Index.
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7. Theory of elasticity [2005]
 Teorii͡a uprugosti. English
 Lurʹe, A. I. (Anatoliĭ Isakovich), 19011980
 Berlin : Springer, 2005.
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 Book — 1050 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Stress Tensor. Deformation of a Continuum. The Constitutive Laws of the Linear Theory of Elasticity. Governing Relationships in the Linear Theory of Elasticity. Threedimensional Problems in the Theory of Elasticity. SaintVenant's Problem. The Plane Problem of the Theory of Elasticity. Constitutive Laws for Nonlinear Elastic Bodies. Problems and Methods of the Nonlinear Theory of Elasticity.
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8. Mathematical theory of elasticity [2004]
 Hetnarski, Richard B.
 New York : Taylor & Francis, 2004.
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 Book — xxviii, 821 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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 1. Creators of the Theory of Elasticity
 2. Mathematical Preliminaries
 3. Fundamentals of Linear Elasticity
 4. Formulation of Problems of Elasticity
 5. Variational Formulation of Elastostatics
 6. Variational Principles of Elastodynamics
 7. Complete Solutions of Elasticity
 8. Formulation of Twodimensional Problems
 9. Solutions to Particular ThreeDimensional Boundary Value Problems of Elastostatics
 10. Solutions to Particular TwoDimensional Boundary Value Problems of Elastostatics
 11. Solutions to Particular ThreeDimensional InitialBoundary Value Problems of Elastodynamics
 12. Solutions to Particular TwoDimensional Initialboundary Value Problems of Elastodynamics
 13. OneDimensional Solutions of Elastodynamics Name Index Subject Index.
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 Taber, Larry Alan.
 River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, c2004.
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 Book — xvi, 399 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Vectors, Dyadics, and Tensors Analysis of Deformation Analysis of Stress Constitutive Relations Biomechanics Applications.
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10. Advanced strength and applied elasticity [2003]
 Ugural, A. C.
 4th ed.  Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall PTR, c2003.
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 Book — xiv, 544 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 (NOTE: Each chapter ends with Problems.) Preface to the Fourth Edition. List of Symbols.
 1. Analysis of Stress. Introduction. Scope of Treatment. Definition of Stress. Components of Stress: Stress Tensor. Some Special Cases of Stress. Internal ForceResultant and Stress Relations. Stresses on Inclined Planes in an Axially Loaded Member. Variation of Stress within a Body. TwoDimensional Stress at a Point. Principal Stresses and Maximum Shear Stress in Two Dimensions. Mohr's Circle for TwoDimensional Stress. ThreeDimensional Stress at a Point. Principal Stresses in Three Dimensions. Normal and Shear Stresses on an Oblique Plane. Mohr's Circle for ThreeDimensional Stress. Boundary Conditions in Terms of Surface Forces.
 2. Strain and StressStrain Relations. Introduction. Deformation. Strain Defined. Equations of Compatibility. State of Strain at a Point. Engineering Materials. StressStrain Diagrams. Hooke's Law and Poisson's Ratio. Generalized Hooke's Law. Measurement of Strain: Bonded Strain Gages. Strain Energy. Strain Energy in Common Structural Member. Components of Strain Energy. SaintVenant's Principle.
 3. TwoDimensional Problems in Elasticity. Introduction. Fundamental Principles of Analysis. Part AFormulation and Methods of Solution. Plane Strain Problems. Plane Stress Problems. Airy's Stress Function. Solution of Elasticity Problems. Thermal Stresses. Basic Relations in Polar Coordinates. Part BStress Concentrations. Stresses Due to Concentrated Loads. Stress Distribution near Concentrated Load Acting on a Beam. Stress Concentration Factors. NEUBER'S DIAGRAM. Contact Stresses.
 4. Failure Criteria. Introduction. Failure. Failure by Yielding. Failure by Fracture. Yield and Fracture Criteria. Maximum Shearing Stress Theory. Maximum Distortion Energy Theory. Octahedral Shearing Stress Theory. Comparison of the Yielding Theories. Maximum Principal Stress Theory. Mohr's Theory. CoulombMohr Theory. Introductory Fracture Mechanics. Failure Criteria for Metal Fatigue. Fatigue Life under Combined Loading. Impact or Dynamic Loads. Dynamic and Thermal Effects.
 5. Bending of Beams. Introduction. Part AExact Solutions. Pure Bending of Beams of Symmetrical Cross Section. Pure Bending of Beams of Asymmetrical Cross Section. Bending of a Cantilever of Narrow Section. Bending of a Simply Supported, Narrow Beam. Part BApproximate Solutions. Elementary Theory of Bending. Bending and Shearing Stresses. Effect of Transverse Normal Stress. Composite Beams. Shear Center. Statically Indeterminate Systems. Energy Method for Deflections. Part CCurved Beams. Exact Solution. Tangential Stress. Winkler's Theory. Combined Tangential and Normal Stresses.
 6. Torsion of Prismatic Bars. Introduction. Elementary Theory of Torsion of Circular Bars. General Solution of the Torsion Problem. Prandtl's Stress Function. Prandtl's Membrane Analogy. Torsion of ThinWalled Members of Open Cross Section. Torsion of Multiply Connected ThinWalled Sections. Fluid Flow Analogy and Stress Concentration. Torsion of Restrained ThinWalled Members of Open Cross Section. Curved Circular Bars: Helical Springs.
 7. Numerical Methods. Introduction. Finite Differences. Finite Difference Equations. Curved Boundaries. Boundary Conditions. Finite Element Method. Properties of a Finite Element. Formulation of the Finite Element Method. Triangular Finite Element. Use of Digital Computers.
 8. Axisymmetrically Loaded Members. Introduction. ThickWalled Cylinders. Maximum Tangential Stress. Application of Failure Theories. Compound Cylinders. Rotating Disks of Constant Thickness. Rotating Disks of Variable Thickness. Rotating Disks of Uniform Stress. Thermal Stresses in Thin Disks. Thermal Stress in Long Circular Cylinders. Finite Element Solution. Formulation of Axisymmetric Element.
 9. Beams on Elastic Foundations. Introduction. General Theory. Infinite Beams. SemiInfinite Beams. Finite Beams: Classification of Beams. Beams Supported by Equally Spaced Elastic Elements. Simplified Solutions for Relatively Stiff Beams. Solution by Finite Differences. Applications.
 10. Energy Methods. Introduction. Work Done in Deformation. Reciprocity Theorem. Castigliano's Theorem. Unit or Dummy Load Method. CrottiEngesser Theorem. Statically Indeterminate Systems. Principle of Virtual Work. Principle of Minimum Potential Energy. Application of Trigonometric Series. RayleighRitz Method.
 11. Elastic Stability. Introduction. Critical Load. Buckling of a Column. End Conditions. Critical Stress in a Column. Allowable Stress. Initially Curved Members Eccentrically Loaded Columns: Secant Formula. Energy Methods Applied to Buckling. Solution by Finite Differences. Finite Difference Solution for Unevenly Spaced Nodes.
 12. Plastic Behavior of Materials. Introduction. Plastic Deformation. True StressTrue Strain Curve in Simple Tension. Instability in Simple Tension. Plastic Deflection of Beams. Analysis of Perfectly Plastic Beams. Collapse Load of Structures. ElasticPlastic Torsion. ElasticPlastic Stresses in Rotating Disks. Plastic StressStrain Relations. Plastic StressStrain Increment Relations. Stresses in Perfectly Plastic ThickWalled Cylinders.
 13. Plates and Shells. Part ABending of Thin Plates. Basic Assumptions. StrainCurvature Relations. Stress, Curvature, and Moment Relations. Governing Equations of Plate Deflection. Boundary Conditions. Simply Supported Rectangular Plates. Axisymmetrically Loaded Circular Plates. Deflections of Rectangular Plates by the Strain Energy Method. Finite Element Solution. Part BMembrane Stresses in Thin Shells. Basic Assumptions. Simple Membrane Action. Symmetrically Loaded Shells of Revolution. Some Common Cases of Shells of Revolution. Cylindrical Shells of General Shape. Appendix A. Indicial Notation.Appendix B. Solution of the Stress Cubic Equation. Principal Stresses. Direction Cosines. Appendix C. Moments of Composite Areas. Centroid. Moments of Inertia. ParallelAxis Theorem. Principal Moments of Inertia. Appendix D. Tables. Average Properties of Common Engineering Materials. Conversion Factors: SI Units to U.S. Customary Units. SI Unit Prefixes. Deflections and Slopes of Beams. References.Answers to Selected Problems.Index.
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11. Handbook of elasticity solutions [2003]
 Kachanov, Mark.
 Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c2003.
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 Book — xiii, 324 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 1: Basic Equations of Elasticity. 1.1. Cartesian Coordinates. 1.2. Cylindrical Coordinates. 1.3. Spherical Coordinates. 1.4. Hooke's Law for Anisotropic Materials.
 2: Point Forces and Systems of Point Forces in ThreeDimensional Space and HalfSpace. 2.1. Point Force in an Infinite Isotropic Solid. 2.2. Systems of Forces Distributed in a Small Volume of an Infinite Isotropic Solid. 2.3. Dynamic Problems of a Suddenly Introduced Point Forces Couples and Dipoles in an Infinite Isotropic Solid. 2.4. Point Force in the Isotropic HalfSpace (Mindlin's Problem). 2.5. Point Force Applied at the Boundary of the Isotropic HalfSpace. 2.6. Point Force of an Infinite Transverse Isotropic Solid. 2.7. Point Force Applied at the Boundary of the Transversely Isotropic HalfSpace. 2.8. Two Joined Isotropic HalfSpaces with Different Moduli: Solution for a Point Force.
 3: Selected TwoDimensional Problems. 3.1. Introductory Material. 3.2. Infinite 2D Solid. Isotropic and Orthotropic Materials. 3.3. 2D Isotropic HalfPlane. 3.4. Stress Concentrations near Holes and Inclusions. 3.5. Equilibrium of an Elastic Wedge. 3.6. Circular Ring Loaded by External and Internal Pressures.
 4: ThreeDimensional Crack Problems for the Isotropic or Transversely Isotropic Infinite Solid. 4.1. Circular (PennyShaped) Crack. 4.2. HalfPlane Crack. 4.3. External Circular Crack. 4.4. Elliptical Crack.
 5: A Crack in an Infinite Isotropic TwoDimensional Solid. 5.1. A Pair of Equal and Opposite Point Forces Applied at an Arbitrary Point of the Crack. 5.2. Uniform Loading at Crack Faces. 5.3. Crack Tip Fields. 5.4. Far Field Asymptotics.
 6: A Crack in an Infinite Anisotropic TwoDimensional Solid. 6.1. Notations and General Representations for a 2D Anisotropic Elastic Solid. 6.2. A Pair of Equal and Opposite Point Forces Applied at an Arbitrary Point of the Crack. 6.3. Uniform Loading at Crack Faces. 6.4. Crack Tip Fields. 6.5. Far Field Asymptotics. 6.6. Crack Compliance Tensor. 6.7. Appendix.
 7: Thermoelasticity. 7.1. Basic Equations. 7.2. Stationary 3D Problems. 7.3. NonStationary 3D Problems. 7.4. Stationary 2D Problems. 7.5. NonStationary 2D Problems. 7.6. Thermal Stresses in Heated Infinite Solid Containing an Inhomogeneity or a Cavity.
 8: Contact Problems. 8.1. 2D Problems for a Rigid Punch on the Isotropic and Anisotropic Elastic HalfPlane. 8.2. 3D Problems for a Rigid Punch on the Isotropic and Transversely Isotropic Elastic HalfSpace. 8.3. Contact of Two Elastic Bodies (Hertz' Problem).
 9: Eshelby's Problem and Related Results. 9.1. Inclusion Problem. 9.2. Ellipsoidal Inhomogeneity. 9.3. Eshelby's Tensor for Various Ellipsoidal Shapes. 9.4. Alternative Form of Solution for Ellipsoidal Inhomogeneity. 9.5. Expressions for Tensors P, Q, A and GBPIiGBP. 9.6. Quantities Relevant for Calculation of the Effective Elastic Properties.
 10: Elastic Space Containing a Rigid Ellipsoidal Inclusion Subjected to Translation and Rotation. 10.1. General Ellipsoid. 10.2. Oblate Spheroid. 10.3. Prolate Spheroid. 10.4. Sphere.
 11: Basic Stress Intensity Factors (SIFs). 11.1. SIFs for Cracks in 2D Isotropic Medium. 11.2. SIFs at Tips of a "Rigid Line" Inclusion in 2D Isotropic Material. Appendix A: Curvilinear Coordinate Systems. Appendix B: Differential Operators in Curvilinear Coordinate Systems. References.
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QA931 .K24 2003  Unknown 
 Ratner, Leah W.
 1st ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier, 2003.
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 Book — x, 269 p. ; 23 cm.
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 Part 1 Developing the reliable theory for optimal structure: the practical problems foundation of nonlinear theory of elasticity comparative analysis of the linear and nonlinear theories devising nonlinear theory of elasticity principles of logic in NLTE method of optimal structural design on mathematics in physics on the nature of limit of elasticity on the nature of proof in physical theory history of theory of elasticity on the principles of nonlinear theory.
 Part 2 Linear theory of infinitesimal deformations: the principles of LTE stress deformation Hooke's law geometric characteristics combination of stresses.
 Part 3 Optimization of the typical structures: introduction tension/compression torsion bending combined stresses continuous beams elastic stability of thin shells elastic stability of plates dynamic stresses testing Materials.
 Part 4 Further discussions in the theory of elasticity: Graph analysis geometrical models of physical functions the equation of elastic line and NLTE.
 Part 5 Philosophy and logic of physical theory: philosophical background of the nonlinear theory of elasticity logic and physical theory role of logic in science general argument the rules of logic logic of construction nonlinear theory of elasticity the definitive logic it is possible to prove a physical theory notes on logic the commentaries on "preface to logic" by Morris R.Cohen the commentaries on "An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science" by Rudolf Carnap definition of scientific law induction concepts in science measurement geometry and a theory kant's synthetic a priori notes on methodology of science on nature of a scientific theory the theory of elasticity as an organized knowledge flowchart diagram logical structure of nonlinear theory of elasticity logic in mathematics on explanation of a physical theory inferential conception of explanation the causal conception of scientific explanation theory and observation validation of scientific theory justificationism falsificationism conventionalism the testing paradigm of scientific inference in summary on the logic of truthfunction on the logic of classes.
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13. Reciprocity in elastodynamics [2003]
 Achenbach, J. D.
 Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003.
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 Book — x, 255 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 1. Introduction
 2. Some elastodynamic theory
 3. Wave motion in an unbounded elastic solid
 4. Some simple applications of reciprocity
 5. Wave motion guided by a carrier wave
 6. Waves in an elastic layer
 7. Reciprocity considerations for the elastic layer
 8. Forced motion of an elastic layer
 9. Integral representations and integral equations
 10. Scattering waveguides and bounded bodies Bibliography Index.
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QA931 .A34 2003  Unknown 
 Renton, J. D. (John Delgaty), 1935
 2nd ed.  Chichester : Horwood, ; c2002.
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 Book — v, 203 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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15. Elasticity [2002]
 Barber, J. R. (James R.)
 2nd ed.  Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers ; c2002.
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 Book — xix, 410 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the first edition. I: General Considerations.
 1. Introduction.
 2. Equilibrium and Compatibility. II: Twodimensional Problems.
 3. Plane Strain and Plane Stress.
 4. Stress Function Formulation.
 5. Problems in Rectangular Coordinates.
 6. End Effects.
 7. Body Forces.
 8. Problems in Polar Coordinates.
 9. Calculation of Displacements.
 10. Curved Beam Problems.
 11. Wedge Problems.
 12. Plane Contact Problems.
 13. Forces, Dislocations and Cracks.
 14. Thermoelasticity.
 15. Antiplane Shear. III: End Loading of the Prismatic Bar.
 16. Torsion of a Prismatic Bar.
 17. Shear of a Prismatic Bar. IV: Three Dimensional Problems.
 18. Displacement Function Solutions.
 19. The Boussinesq Potentials.
 20. Thermoelastic Displacement Potentials.
 21. Singular Solutions.
 22. Spherical Harmonics.
 23. Cylinders and Circular Plates.
 24. Problems in Spherical Coordinates.
 25. Axisymmetric Torsion.
 26. Frictionless Contact.
 27. The Boundaryvalue Problem.
 28. The Pennyshaped Crack.
 29. The Interface Crack.
 30. The Reciprocal Theorem. A: Using Maple and Mathematica. Index.
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This is a first year graduate textbook in Linear Elasticity. It is written with the practical engineering reader in mind, dependence on previous knowledge of Solid Mechanics, Continuum Mechanics or Mathematics being minimized. Most of the text should be readily intelligible to a reader with an undergraduate background of one or two courses in elementary Mechanics of Materials and a rudimentary knowledge of partial differentiation. Emphasis is placed on engineering applications of elasticity and examples are generally worked through to final expressions for the stress and displacement fields in order to explore the engineering consequences of the results. The topics covered were chosen with a view to modern research applications in Fracture Mechanics, Composite Materials, Tribology and Numerical Methods. Thus, significant attention is given to crack and contact problems, problems involving interfaces between dissimilar media, thermo elasticity, singular asymptotic stress fields and threedimensional problems. This second edition includes new chapters on antiplane stress systems, SaintVenant torsion and bending and an expanded section on threedimensional problems in spherical and cylindrical coordinate systems, including axisymmetric torsion of bars of nonuniform circular crosssection. It also includes over 200 endofchapter problems, which are expressed wherever possible in the form they would arise in engineering  that is as a body of a given geometry subjected to prescribed loading  instead of inviting the student to 'verify' that a given candidate stress function is appropriate to the problem. Solution of these problems is considerably facilitated by the use of modern symbolic mathematical languages such as Maple[registered] and Mathematica[registered] and electronic files and hints on this method of solution can be accessed at the web site.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781402009662 20160528
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QA931 .B23 2002  Unknown 
16. The linearized theory of elasticity [2002]
 Slaughter, William S.
 Boston : Birkhäuser, c2002.
 Description
 Book — xxv, 543 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Preface List of Figures List of Tables
 1. Review of Mechanics of Materials
 2. Mathematical Preliminaries
 3. Kinematics
 4. Forces and Stress
 5. Constitutive Equations
 6. Linearized Elasticity Problems
 7. TwoDimensional Problems
 8. Torsion of Noncircular Cylinders
 9. ThreeDimensional Problems
 10. Variational Methods
 11. Complex Variable Methods Appendix: General Curvilinear Coordinates References Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780817641177 20160528
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QA931 .S584 2002  Unknown 
17. Flexures : elements of elastic mechanisms [2000]
 Smith, Stuart T.
 Amsterdam : Gordon & Breach ; Abingdon : Marston, 2000.
 Description
 Book — xiv, 430 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Introduction: Advantages and Disadvantages of Flexures. Goals of Flexure Design. Essentials: Basic Elasticity. Behavior of Materials. Fatigue. Bending of Symmetric Beams. Rigid Body Dynamics: Linear Systems Theory. Vibrations and Natural Frequencies of Continuous Systems. Flexure Elements: Leaf Type Springs. Notch Hinge. Two Axis Hinges. The Four Bar Link. Flexure Systems: General Model for Dynamics of planar Flexures. Hinges of Rotational Symmetry: The Disc Coupling. Rotationally Symmetric Leaf Type Hinge. The Bellows as a Flexure Element. Levers. Manufacturing and Assembly Considerations: Machining and Heat Treatment of Some Common Flexure Materials.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9789056992613 20160528
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TA417.7 .F5 S65 2000  Unavailable Checked out  Overdue Request 
 Atanacković, Teodor M., 1945
 Boston : Birkhäuser, c2000.
 Description
 Book — xii, 374 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Analysis of stress analysis of strain Hooke's law boundary calue problems of elasticity theory solutions of some problems of elasticity theory plane state of stress and plans state of strain energy methods in elasticity theory elementary theory of plates pressure between two bodies in contact elastic stability.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9783764340728 20160528
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QA931 .A76 2000  Unknown 
19. Computational inelasticity [1998]
 Simo, J. C. (Juan C.), 1952
 New York : Springer, c1998.
 Description
 Book — xiv, 392 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Preface. Motivation. One Dimensional Plasticity and Viscoplasticity. Classical Rate Independent Plasticity and Integration Algorithms for Plasticity and Viscoplasticity. Discrete Variational Formulation and Finite Elementary Implementations NonSmooth Multisurface Plasticity and Viscoplasticity. Numerical Analysis of General Return Mapping Algorithms. Nonlinear Continuum Mechanics and Phenomenological Plasticity Models. Objective Integration Algorithms for Rate Formulations of Elastoplasticity. Phenomenological Plasticity Models Based on the Notion of an Intermediate Stress Free Configuration. Viscoelasticity. References. Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780387975207 20160528
Engineering Library (Terman)
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QA931 .S576 1998  Unknown 
20. Elastic and inelastic stress analysis [1997]
 Shames, Irving Herman, 1923
 Washington, DC : Taylor and Francis, c1997.
 Description
 Book — xvi, 722 p. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 Preface Part I:Fundamentals 1.Introduction to Cartesian Tensors 2.Stress 3.Strain Part II:Useful Constitutive Laws 4.Behavior of Engineering Materials 5.Linear Elastic Behavior 6.Linear Viscoelastic Behavior 7.Introduction to Nonlinear Viscoelastic Behavior:Creep 8.Plasticity 9.Boundary Value Problems Part III:Applications to Simple Structural Members 10.Flexure of Beams 11.Torsion of Shafts 12.Plane Strain 13.Plane Stress Appendixes.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781560326861 20160528
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TA418 .S48 1997  Unknown 