## An introduction to the mechanics of solids: stresses and deformation in bars |

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### Contents

Chapter 1DEFINITIONS | 1 |

Chapter 2ANALYSIS | 16 |

Chapter 3AXIAL FORCE AND DEFORMATION | 29 |

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amplitude angle applied assumed axial force bar deformations bar forces beam of Fig bending stresses calculation cantilever centre centroid Chapter component compressive compute conjugate beam consider constant cross-section cycles/sec deflection diameter direction distributed load due to bending elastic elastic modulus element end forces equal equation equilibrium example expressed Find the force find the stress flexibility coefficient free-body given graph Hence Hooke's Law horizontal inertia length linear mass material maximum shear stress method N/mm natural mode neutral axis normal stress obtain parallel plane position principal axes principal stresses problem proportional range radian radius rectangular resultant rotation segment shear flow shear force shear strain shown in Fig simple simply supported slope Solution spring statically indeterminate statics steel stiffness coefficient strain energy stress distribution stress-resultants stress-strain curve structure tensile tensile stress torque torsion truss unstable vertical yield stress Young's modulus zero