Solid mechanics
theory modeling and problems
Bertram, A.
creator
author.
Glüge, Rainer.
author.
text
New York
Springer
c2015
monographic
eng
xiii, 318 p. : 87 illustrations, 1 illu. ; 24 cm.
This textbook offers an introduction to modeling the mechanical behavior of solids within continuum mechanics and thermodynamics. To illustrate the fundamental principles, the book starts with an overview of the most important models in one dimension. Tensor calculus, which is called for in three-dimensional modeling, is concisely presented in the second part of the book. Once the reader is equipped with these essential mathematical tools, the third part of the book develops the foundations of continuum mechanics right from the beginning. Lastly, the book's fourth part focuses on modeling the mechanics of materials and in particular elasticity, viscoelasticity and plasticity. Intended as an introductory textbook for students and for professionals interested in self-study, it also features numerous worked-out examples to aid in understanding.
by Albrecht Bertram and Rainer Glüge.
Mechanics
Mechanics, Applied
Materials science
Building materials
Solid Mechanics
Characterization and Evaluation of Materials
Building Materials
531 BER/S
9783319195650
IN-BhIIT
201118
20240102141025.0
TB10059