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by Arthur P. Boresi


ARTHUR P. BORESI is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Civil andArchitectural Engineering at the University of Wyoming in Laramie

ARTHUR P. BORESI is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Civil andArchitectural Engineering at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. He is the coauthor of a number of books, including Statics and Dynamics, Approximate Solution Methods in Engineering Mechanics, and Advanced Mechanics of Materials.

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ARTHUR P. BORESI is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Civil andArchitectural Engineering at the . Request permission to reuse content from this site. This book is written as a text for advanced undergraduates and graduate students in aerospace, civil, and mechanical engineering and applied mechanics. It is also intended as a reference for practitioners. The book contains topics sufficient for two academic semesters or three quarters.

Advanced Mechanics of Materials book.

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Book by Ferdinand P. Beer. Book Description : The tried and true methodology for presenting material gives your student the best opportunity to succeed in this course. From the detailed examples, to the homework problems, to the carefully developed solutions manual, you and your students can be confident the material is clearly explained and accurately represented. PaperBook:Mechanics of Materials.

Reference books: R1: Advanced Mechanics & Solids - . Learning Objectives Topics to be Coursed Chap/Sec. Generalized Hooke’s law.

Aloo
Everything was going fine, the book is great, everything is good ( no cover which is quite ugly but that is fine), towards 2/3 of the semester (today on 11/11/15) I have discovered that the book jumps from pg 270 to pg 303.

*Edit: I contacted the seller, and they have refunded me for the misprint in one of my books. 5 stars because it is just a misprint, and it should not happen often, and they handled the situation very well.

The content is what you expect except the cover is different.
skriper
This book is well written and even manages to maintain an interesting easily read tone.
The only reason I don't give it a 5 is because it is not a stand alone text. Aside from stress/strain theories and general planar analysis (Mohr's circle relations, Hooke's Laws), there is not much review of basic mechanics of materials in this book so it is not going to work for students new to mechanics or who are looking to be able to review basic mechanics before you delve into the meat of advanced mechanics. In fact, I recommend having a basic mechanics book available even for the more advanced students because it is often a necessary reference for many of the problems.
Aside from the above drawback, the new material presented in this book is layed out very well and with just enough detail to keep an engineer happy. What I mean by this is that only enough mathematics is used as is necessary, and the author avoids extensive exhausting proofs wherever he can.
Some of the advanced topics covered are as follows:

Inelastic Material Behavior
Applications of Energy Methods
Advanced Bending & Torsion
Curved Beam Analysis
Elastic and Inelastic Foundations
Stress Concentrations
Fracture Mechanics
Fatigue
Contact Stresses
Creep
Syleazahad
The book is poorly written and difficult to follow. The examples are too complicated to clearly convey the scope of the class. The reader becomes inundated with the author's attempts to show how much he knows about linear algebra and differential math to the point the text is useless, leaving the bewildered studen my search the internet for other ways to solve to problems.
Onath
Indispensable, very good quality book. Gives solid background for the interested parties. Not for faint-hearted, needs solid math knowledge.
You need to solve the problems. I would recommend it to my friend.
Malarad
Arrived as expected. Simple.
Vetalol
I use this book for my graduate class in civil engineering. The principles are very well explained and there are a lot of good questions following each chapter to practice.
Faegal
Other than the expensive price, the book is great
good sale
Advanced Mechanics of Materials: WITH Student Survey ebook
Author:
Arthur P. Boresi
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John Wiley & Sons Inc; 6th edition (June 4, 2004)
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700 pages
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