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Equations of Equilibrium in Terms of Displacements. General Solution for the Displacements. The Principle of Superposition.

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Uniqueness of Solution. The Reciproca! Approximate Character of the Plane Stress Solutions. Pure Bending of Prismatical Bars.

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Pure Bending of Plates. Torsion of Prismatical Bars. Bars with Elliptical Cross Section. Other Elementary Solutions. Membrane Analogy. Torsion of Rectangular Bars. Additional Results. Hydrodynamical Analogies. Torsion of Circular Shafts of Variable Diameter.

Theory of elasticity - Timoshenko.pdf

Stress Function. Circular Cross Section.

Elliptic Cross Section. Rectangular Cross Section. Nonsymmetrical Cross Sections. Shear Center. The Solution of Bending Problems by the Displacements. Further Investigations of Bending. Soap-film Method. General Equations.

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Solution by Polynomials. Bending of a Circular Plate.

Force at a Point of an Indefinitely Extended Solid. Local Stresses around a Spherical Cavity.

Force on Boundary of a Semi-infinite Body. Pressure between Two Bodies in Contact. More General Case lmpact of Spheres.

Symmetrical Deformation of a Circular Cylinder. The Circular Cylinder with a Band of Pressure. Twist of a Circular Ring Sector.

Some Problema of Plane Thermal Stress. The Thin Circular Disk: Temperature Symmetrical about Center The Long Circular Cylinder. The Sphere. Initial Stresses.

Two-dimensional Problema with Steady Heat Flow. Solutions of the General Equations. Longitudinal Waves in Prismatical Bars. Longitudinal lmpact of Bars.

Plane Waves. Derivation of Finite Difference Equations 2. Methods of Successive Approximation. Relaxation Method. Triangular and Hexagonal N ets. Block and Group Relaxation. Torsion of Bars with Multiply-connected Cross Sections. Points Near the Boundary.

Theory of Elasticity - TIMOSHENKO.pdf

Biharmonic Equation. N Outward normal to the surface of a body. A Cross-sectional area. Moments of inertia of a cross section with respect to x- and y-axes.

I v Polar moment of inertia of a cross section. Hence the intensity of this distribution, i. In the general case of Fig.

The limiting direction of the resultant 6P is the diretion of the stress.

Notation for Forces and Stresses. There are two kinds of externai forces which may act on bodies.

Forces distributed over the surface. Forces distributed over the volume of a body, such as gravitational forces, magnetic forces or in the case of a body in motion, inertia forces, are called body forces. We shall also resolve the body force per unit volume into three components and denote z these components by X, Y, Z. OZ We shall use the letter u for denoting normal stress and the letter T for shearing stress.

If we take a ;y very small cubic element ata point O, Fig. The normal stress is taken positive when it produces tension and negative when it produces compression.

Two subscnpt letters are used in this case the first the di rect10n of the normal to the plane under consideration ' and :he second indicating the direction of the component of the stress. For mstance, if we again consider the sides perpendicular to the y-axis the.

Following this rule the positive directions of all th.He was elected dean of the Division of Structural Engineering in The normal stress is taken Dosrtrve when it produces tension and negative when it produces compression. The purposes of this arrangement are: Prove that there is no stress at all at the apex of the tooth. Biot, Physics, vol. E Modulus of elasticity in tension and compression.

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