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2nd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
Section I Basics Introduction Scope of the Book Mechanical Engineering Design Design Process Design Analysis Problem Formulation and Computation Factor of Safety and Design Codes Units and Conversion Loading Classes and Equilibrium Free-Body Diagrams and Load Analysis Case Studies in Engineering Work, Energy, and Power Stress Components Normal and Shear Strains Problems Materials Introduction Material Property Definitions Static Strength Hooke's Law and Modulus of Elasticity Generalized Hooke's Law Thermal Stress-Strain Relations Temperature and Stress-Strain Properties Moduli of Resilience and Toughness Dynamic and Thermal Effects Hardness Processes to Improve Hardness and the Strength of Metals General Properties of Metals General Properties of Nonmetals Problems Stress and Strain Introduction Stresses in Axially Loaded Members Direct Shear Stress and Bearing Stress Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels Stress in Members in Torsion Shear and Moment in Beams Stresses in Beams Design of Beams Plane Stress Combined Stresses Plane Strain Measurement of Strain; Strain Rosette Stress-Concentration Factors Importance of Stress-Concentration Factors in Design Three-Dimensional Stress Equations of Equilibrium for Stress Strain-Displacement Relations: Exact Solutions Problems Deflection and Impact Introduction Deflection of Axially Loaded Members Angle of Twist of Shafts Deflection of Beams by Integration Beam Deflections by Superposition Beam Deflection by the Moment-Area Method Impact Loading Longitudinal and Bending Impact Torsional Impact Bending of Thin Plates Deflection of Plates by Integration Problems Energy Methods and Stability Introduction Strain Energy Strain Energy in Common Members Work-Energy Method Castigliano's Theorem Statically Indeterminate Problems Virtual Work Principle Use of Trigonometric Series in Energy Methods Buckling of Columns Critical Stress in a Column Initially Curved Columns Eccentric Loads and the Secant Formula Design Formulas for Columns Beam-Columns Energy Methods Applied to Buckling Buckling of Rectangular Plates Problems Section II Failure Prevention Static Failure Criteria and Reliability Introduction Introduction to Fracture Mechanics Stress-Intensity Factors Fracture Toughness Yield and Fracture Criteria Maximum Shear Stress Theory Maximum Distortion Energy Theory Octahedral Shear Stress Theory Comparison of the Yielding Theories Maximum Principal Stress Theory Mohr's Theory Coulomb-Mohr Theory Reliability Normal Distributions Reliability Method and Margin of Safety Problems Fatigue Failure Criteria Introduction Nature of Fatigue Failures Fatigue Tests S-N Diagrams Estimating the Endurance Limit and Fatigue Strength Modified Endurance Limit Endurance Limit Reduction Factors Fluctuating Stresses Theories of Fatigue Failure Comparison of the Fatigue Criteria Design for Simple Fluctuating Loads Design for Combined Fluctuating Loads Prediction of Cumulative Fatigue Damage Fracture Mechanics Approach to Fatigue Problems Surface Failure Introduction Corrosion Friction Wear Wear Equation Contact-Stress Distributions Spherical and Cylindrical Surfaces in Contact Maximum Stress in General Contact Surface-Fatigue Failure Prevention of Surface Damage Problems Section III Applications Shafts and Associated Parts Introduction Materials Used for Shafting Design of Shafts in Steady Torsion Combined Static Loadings on Shafts Design of Shafts for Fluctuating and Shock Loads Interference Fits Critical Speed of Shafts Mounting Parts Stresses in Keys Splines Couplings Universal Joints Problems Bearings
Ansel C. Ugural is a visiting professor of mechanical engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey. He has held faculty positions at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he has served for two decades as a professor and chairman of the mechanical engineering department. Professor Ugural earned his MS in mechanical engineering and PhD in engineering mechanics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the author of several books, including Stresses in Beams, Plates, and Shells (CRC Press, 3rd ed., 2010). In addition, he has published numerous articles in trade and professional journals.