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By William S. Slaughter

This publication is derived from notes utilized in educating a first-year graduate-level direction in elasticity within the division of Mechanical Engineering on the college of Pittsburgh. this can be a sleek therapy of the linearized idea of elasticity, that is awarded as a specialization of the final concept of continuum mechanics. It encompasses a finished creation to tensor research, a rigorous improvement of the governing box equations with an emphasis on spotting the assumptions and approximations in­ herent within the linearized conception, specification of boundary stipulations, and a survey of answer tools for vital sessions of difficulties. - and three-d difficulties, torsion of noncircular cylinders, variational equipment, and complicated variable tools are lined. This booklet is meant because the textual content for a first-year graduate path in me­ chanical or civil engineering. adequate intensity is supplied such that the textual content can be utilized with out a prerequisite path in continuum mechanics, and the fabric is gifted in this type of approach as to organize scholars for next classes in nonlinear elasticity, inelasticity, and fracture mechanics. adjust­ natively, for a path that's preceded by way of a path in continuum mechanics, there's adequate extra content material for an entire semester of linearized elasticity.

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4. 6 The solid spindle AB has a diameter of 100 mm and is made of steel with shear modulus G = 77 GPa and allowable shear stress Tall = 80 MPa. The sleeve CD has an outer diameter of 250 mm and a wall thickness of 25 mm and is made of aluminum with G = 26 GPa and Tall = 70 MPa. Determine the largest angle through which A may be rotated. lUll J-~ 200 111111 D 1. 7 Determine the magnitude and location of the maximum deflection of the beam AB in terms of b, L, E, I, and P. You may assume that a> b.

4. An index character should appear no more than twice in any given term of an equation (as a result of 2 and 3). In short, there is no ambiguity in how a valid indicial notation equation would be expanded. The first thing one should do when faced with an indicial notation equation is to identify the free and dummy indices and compute how many equations are represented and how many terms each equation will have. 26) using indicial notation. Chapter 2. Mathematical Preliminaries 34 Solution. 26d) where it is understood that the range and summation conventions apply.

2 Consider uniaxial tension of a uniform rod of length Land crosssectional area A and made of a material with Young's modulus E. Show that, for elastic deformation, the increase in length 6 of the rod is given in terms of the axial load P by 6 = PL/AE. 3 Two wooden members of 60 x 100-mm uniform rectangular cross section are joined by a simple glued joint as shown. 50 MPa in 20 Chapter 1. Review of Mechanics of Materials shear. If the magnitude of the tensile axial load applied to the members is P = 6 kN, determine the factor of safety for the joint when (a) 0: = 20°, (b) 0: = 35°, and (c) 0: = 45°.

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