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Personal information is secured with SSL technology. Free Shipping No minimum order. Table of Contents Matrix methods; Cartesian tensors; Curvilinear tensors; Large deformation theory; Appendices: A1: Formulae for orthogonal co-ordinate systems; A2: Harmonic and biharmonic functions; A3: Equations in vector form; A4: Direct tensor notation; A5: Polar decomposition; A6: Cosserat continua and micropolar elasticity; A7: Minimal curves and geodesics; Answers to problems; Further reading and index.
Description This updated version covers the considerable work on research and development to determine elastic properties of materials undertaken since the first edition of It emphasises 3-dimensional elasticity, concisely covering this important subject studied in most universities by filling the gap between a mathematical and the engineering approach.
The subject is presented at the level of sophistication for engineers with mathematical knowledge and those familiar with matrices. Readers wary of tensor notation will find help in the opening chapter.
As his text progresses, the author uses Cartesian tensors to develop the theory of thermoelasticity, the theory of generalised plane stress, and complex variable analysis. Relatively inaccessible material with important applications receives special attention, e. Russian work on anisotropic materials, the technique of thermal imaging of strain, and an analysis of the San Andreas fault.
Tensor equations are given in straightforward notation to provide a physical grounding and assist comprehension, and there are useful tables for the solution of problems. Key Features Covers the considerable work on research and development to determine elastic properties of materials undertaken since the first edition of Emphasises 3-dimensional elasticity and fills the gap between a mathematical and engineering approach Uses Cartesian tensors to develop the theory of thermoelasticity, the theory of generalised plane stress, and complex variable analysis Readership Engineers with mathematical knowledge and those familiar with matrices Details.
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