The book illustrates the use of simple mathematical analysis techniques within the area of basic structural mechanics, in particular the elementary theories of beams, columns and cables. The focus is on: Identification of the physical background of the theories and their particular mathematicalproperties. Demonstration of mathematical techniques for analysis of simple problems in structural mechanics, and identification of the relevant parameters and properties of the solution. Derivation of the solutions to a number of basic problems of structural mechanics in a form suitable for later reference.The presentation concentrates on the main principles and the characteristics of the solutions. The theory also serves as a basis for the formulation of numerical models and for intelligent interpretation of their results.
TAILLE DU FICHIER: 1,99 MB
DATE DE PUBLICATION: 2001-Jul-11
AUTEUR: Steen Krenk
NOM DE FICHIER: Mechanics and analysis of beams, columns and cables. 2nd edition.pdf
This text introduces engineering and architectural students to the basic techniques required for analyzing the majority of structures and the elements of which most structures are composed, including beams, frames, trusses, arches, and cables. Although the authors assume that readers have completed basic courses in statics and strength of materials, we briefly review the basic techniques from ...
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