Strength of Materials – G. H. Ryder – 3rd Edition

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of 3rd Edition (English) by G. H. Ryder is especially designed to help those pursuing their third semester in their Masters in . The provides the student with a clear understanding of the principles of engineering design. It also includes an analysis to certain .

All the chapters in the book include numbered paragraphs so as to make the book simple and easy to follow. The principles, formulae and methods in the book are summarized at the end of each chapter thus making study easy. The examples in the book are worked out so as to give the student a clear explanation.

Strength of Materials covers the study of the behaviour of structural and machine members under the action of external loads. Analysis is directed towards determining the limiting loads, that the member can stand before failure of the material or excessive deformation. To this end, three basic sets of relations can be obtained. The book highlights the of these conditions.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Direct Stress
3. Shear Stress
4. Compound Stress and Strain
5. Elastic Constants
6. Shearing Force and Bending Moment
7. Bending Stress
8. Shear Stress in Beams
9. Torsion
10. Deflection of Beams
11. Built-in and Continuous Beams
12. Bending of Curved Bars and Rigid Frames
13. Plastic Theory of Bending
14. Springs
15. Struts
16. Cylinders and Spheres
17. Rotating Discs and Cylinders
18. Circular Plates
19. Vibrations and Critical Speeds
20. Material Testing and Experimental Methods
21. Appendix
22. Index
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