Introduction to Mechanics of Continua
A classic in the field, this book meets the demands of courses that establish groundwork in hydrodynamics, gas dynamics, plasticity and elasticity, and it provides typical continua problems for nonspecialists. The author addresses the major aspects of continuum studies: geometrical foundations, state of stress, instantaneous motion, fundamental laws, perfect fluids, viscous fluids, visco-plastic and perfectly plastic materials, hypoelastic materials, finite strain, and elastic and hyperelastic materials. The text’s broad converge and numerous applications include more than 160 problems and examples, and the only prerequisites are first- and second-year college calculus. 1961 ed.
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Principal axes of a symmetric tensor of the second order
State of Stress
Mohrs representation of states of stress Plane state of stress
Viscoplastic and Perfectly Plastic Materials
Plane plastic flow
Hypoelastic Materials Classical Theory of Elasticity
Hypoelastic materials in the neighborhood of stressfree state
Torsion of cylindrical bars
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