5 edition of Encyclopedia of material tensors on CD found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Popov, S. V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 computer optical disc|
|LC Control Number||00528868|
Additional simplifying assumptions are made such as shape, thickness, material properties, etc to allow analytical approximations or numerical analysis to be made for frequently-encountered problems, when the additional accuracy gained by solving the complete elasticity equations is unnecessary. Inserted after the preface in the first volume was a two-page list of the publications used in compiling the work. Load Next Page. The author has found a right compromise which allows to bring closer these points of view the book chapters are intended for mathematicians, which will find an illustrated presentation of mathematical concepts and solved problems in mechanics, and for physics and engineering students too, since the mathematical foundations are introduced in a practical way. And that, my dear reader, is good news for you!
One of the author's goals has been to reduce the gap between first and second academic cycles. When writing this new book, the author had the following assertion fresh in his mind: Pedagogy contributes to Rigor. No differences there. The last part of the 10th volume was a supplement that brought the work up to date and corrected errors. It is very concise, and gives you an overview of linear elasticity from 3 different approaches: vector calculus, tensors, and dyadics. It is pretty rare that a complete solution to the linear elasticity equations for a 3D object will have an easily obtainable or even manageable analytical solution.
The parts were bound in three stout quarto volumes of some 2, pages, with copperplate engravings by Bell, and dated It is much more of an understand-the-subject book than a solve-problems-in-the-subject book. If you give me details on what specific topics you would like to cover, and let me know whether you are most interested in general elasticity, linear elasticity, or mechanics of materials, I can point you in a more specific direction. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription.
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Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. The parts were bound in three stout quarto volumes of some 2, pages, with copperplate engravings by Bell, and dated Great question. It includes numerical methods as well. Now, that said, and yes, I know it sounds a tad hypocritical, but I wanted to leave nothing to chance.
If you do go that route, I would just check it out from a library, read the first two chapters about 90 pages - skip the part on crystals for nowand then find a more in-depth book. Second — and I am being very forthright here: I have never noticed that the domain changes have very much impact for counselors who, once again.
It probably has more 3D stuff than Green and Zerna if I remember correctly -- Landau and Lifgarbagez - 'Theory of Elasticity' This is a good read, and has the typical straight-to-the-point approach of the Landau and Lifgarbagez series which I like a lot.
Professional Practice 38 questions and 5. Professional Development, Supervision, and Consultation 20 questions. When I see any gaps, I may add a few things here and there to the Inner Circle. My advisor thinks highly of it. In the past several years these included: 1. In some areas, tensor fields are so ubiquitous that they are often simply called "tensors".
Mechanics of materials also studies yielding, failure, [usually simplified] plasticity, etc. It is pretty rare that a complete solution to the linear elasticity equations for a 3D object will have an easily obtainable or even manageable analytical solution.
This assumption is reasonably valid in many real-life applications, and the theory that follows is very well-developed. Second edition The second edition was a much more ambitious work in both length and scope.
There are some example problems, but expect to be supplementing the book to get practice. Its also cheap. If you know the material, you know the material!
This leads to non-linear differential equations. This notion is clearly introduced from the one of virtual displacements and virtual velocities are also considered.
The concept enabled an alternative formulation of the intrinsic differential geometry of a manifold in the form of the Riemann curvature tensor.
The line kind of blurs between mechanics of materials and linear elasticity for many models, as many mechanics of materials models use linear elasticity equations as a starting point. Fundamental Counseling Issues 32 questions 2. It is much more of an understand-the-subject book than a solve-problems-in-the-subject book.Tensor categories / Pavel Etingof, Shlomo Gelaki, Dmitri Nikshych, Victor Ostrik.
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A scalar function that depends entirely on the principal invariants of a tensor is objective, i.e., independent from rotations of the coordinate system.
This property is commonly used in formulating closed-form expressions for the strain energy density, or Helmholtz free energy, of a nonlinear material possessing isotropic symmetry. The first pages of "Tensors, differential forms, and variational principles", by David Lovelock and Hanno Rund, are metric-free.
This book is very heavily into tensor subscripts and superscripts. This book is very heavily into tensor subscripts and atlasbowling.com by: Online books on:Free Physics Books Download Ebooks Online tutorials downloadable e-books downloads zip chm rar Tensor properties, Vector and tensor fields, Configurations, Motion, The Lagrangian description of motion, Stretch and strain tensors, The polar decomposition, Velocity gradients, and rates of deformation, Balance of mass, Reynolds.
Recommend a book for self-learning tensor calculus. I recently graduated with a bs in mathematics and physics, and in my undergrad education I had a brief encounter with the very basics of tensor calculus, just enough to understand what I needed for the time being.