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Mechanics of Solids is designed to fulfill the needs of the mechanics of solids or strength of materials courses that are offered to undergraduate students of mechanical, civil, aeronautics and chemical engineering during the second and third semesters. The book has been thoroughly revised with multiple-choice questions, examples and exercises to match the syllabi requirement of various universities across the country.

1. Cover
2. Title Page
3. Contents
5. Preface to the Second Edition
6. Preface to the First Edition
7. 1. Analysis of Stress
1. 1.1 - Introduction
2. 1.2 - Classification of Load
3. 1.3 - Stress
4. 1.4 - Concept of Stress at a Point
5. 1.5 - State of Plane Stress
6. 1.6 - Principal Stresses
7. 1.7 - Mohr's Circle
8. 1.8 - Stress Concentration
8. 2. Analysis of Strain
1. 2.1 - Concept of Strain
2. 2.2 - Direct and Shearing Strain
3. 2.3 - State of Strain at a Point
4. 2.4 - State of Plane Strain
5. 2.5 - Strain Gauge
6. 2.6 - Strain Gauge Application
9. 3. Stress–Strain Relationship
1. 3.1 - Hooke's Law
2. 3.2 - Three Dimensional Hooke's Law
3. 3.3 - Stress-Strain Relationships for Plane Stress
4. 3.4 - Stress-Strain Relationships for Plane Strain
5. 3.5 - Bulk Modulus
6. 3.6 - Relation between E and G
7. 3.7 - Generalized Hooke's Law
8. 3.8 - Relationship among Elastic Constants for an Isotropic Homogeneous Elastic Material
11. 5. Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels
1. 5.1 - Introduction
2. 5.2 - Stresses in Thin Cylinders
3. 5.3 - Strain and Change in Volume
4. 5.4 - Strengthening of Thin Cylinders
5. 5.5 - Joints in Cylinders
6. 5.6 - Thin Spherical Shell
7. 5.7 - Volume Change in Spherical Shell
12. 6. Torsion
1. 6.1 - Torsional Shearing Stress and Strain
2. 6.2 - State of Stress at a Point in a Shaft
3. 6.3 - Power Transmission
4. 6.4 - Composite Shafts-Series Connection
5. 6.5 - Statically Indeterminate Torsion Members
6. 6.6 - Strain Energy in Torsion
7. 6.7 - Torsion of Thin Walled Tubes
8. 6.8 - Torsion of a Tapered Shaft
9. 6.9 - Combined Axial and Torsional Load
10. 6.10 - Flanged Coupling
13. 7. Beams and Bending—Shear Force and Bending Moment
1. 7.1 - Classification of Beams
2. 7.2 - Shear Force and Bending Moment in a Beam
3. 7.3 - Concept of Bending Stress
4. 7.4 - Signs for Shearing Force and Bending Moment
5. 7.5 - Shearing Force and Bending Moment Equations
6. 7.6 - Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams
7. 7.7 - Relationships between Loading Rate, Shear Force and Bending Moment
14. 8. Beams and Bending-Stresses
1. 8.1 - Simple Bending Theory
2. 8.2 - Moment of Inertia of Section
3. 8.3 - Shearing Stress in Beams
4. 8.4 - Distribution of Shearing Stress
5. 8.5 - Composite Beams
15. 9. Deflection of Beams
1. 9.1 - Introduction
2. 9.2 - Equation to Elastic Curve
3. 9.3 - A Cantilever beam
4. 9.4 - A Simply Supported Beam
6. 9.6 - Macaulay's Method
7. 9.7 - A Couple Acting upon a Simply Supported Beam
16. 10. Beam Deflection—Moment Area Method
1. 10.1 - Slope and Deflection from Bending Moment Diagram
2. 10.2 - Parts of BM Diagrams
3. 10.3 - Statically Indeterminate Beams
4. 10.4 - Fixed Beams
5. 10.5 - A Fixed Beam with Sinking Supports
6. 10.6 - BM Diagram for a Fixed Beam
7. 10.7 - Maximum Deflection
8. 10.8 - Continuous Beam
17. 11. Strain Energy
18. 12. Springs
1. 12.1 - Introduction
2. 12.2 - Close Coiled Helical Spring–Axial Load Stress
3. 12.3 - Close-Coiled Helical Spring–Axial Torque
4. 12.4 - Strain Energy
5. 12.5 - Combination of Springs
6. 12.6 - Open Coiled Helical Spring
7. 12.7 - Laminated Spring
8. 12.8 - Flat Spiral Spring
19. 13. Columns and Struts
20. 14. Thick Cylinders and Spheres
1. 14.1 - Stresses in Thick Cylinders
2. 14.2 - Lame's Equations
3. 14.3 - Special Case of Solid Shaft
4. 14.4 - Strains and Displacements, Compound Cylinders
5. 14.5 - Thick Spherical Shells
21. 15. Rotating Rings, Discs and Cylinders
1. 15.1 - Rotating Ring
2. 15.2 - Rotating Disc
3. 15.3 - Special Cases of Rotating Disc
4. 15.4 - Disc of Uniform Strength
5. 15.5 - Rotating Cylinder
6. 15.6 - Axial Stress in Rotating Cylinder-Hollow Cylinder
7. 15.7 - Axial Stress in Solid Rotating Cylinder
22. 16. Curved Beams
1. 16.1 - Introduction
2. 16.2 - Stresses in Curved Beams
3. 16.3 - Determination of Eccentricity
4. 16.4 - Rings Under Load
5. 16.5 - Stresses in Rings