Cartesian Tensors and the Equations of Solid Mechanics
Author(s): K. B. M. Nambudiripad
E-ISBN: Publication Year: 2017
Binding: Paper Back Dimension: 185mm x 240mm Weight: 755
About the book
CARTESIAN TENSORS AND THE EQUATIONS OF SOLID MECHANICS introduces the mechanics of solids at an intermediate level using Cartesian tensors. The emphasis is on the physical significance and understanding behind the tensor formalism. Included in the book are a brief introduction to general tensors, anisotropy, some elementary concepts revisited, and a short early history of the mechanics of solids.
Table of Contents
Preface / Introduction / Index Notation / Transformation of Coordinates and Induced Transformations / Introduction to Mechanics of Solids / The State of Stress at a Point / Tensors: Cartesian Tensors and Tensor Operations / Some Common Operators and Results in Index Notation / Variation of Stress from Point to Point / Stress at a Point: Geometric Visualisation / Stress at a Point: Index Notation / Strain at a Point / Constitutive Equations / Field Equations of the Theory of Elasticity / Miscellaneous Topics / Early History / Bibliography / Index.
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