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Advanced Mechanics of Materials and Applied Elasticity, Fifth Edition by Saul K. Fenster, Ansel C. Ugural

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Footnotes

* Historical reviews of mechanics of materials and the theory of elasticity are given in Refs. 1.1 through 1.5.

* Further discussion of uniaxial compression stress is found in Section 11.6, where we take up the classification of columns.

* In this case, the body is not in static equilibrium, and the inertia force terms –ρax, –ρay, and –ρaz (where ax, ay, and az are the components of acceleration) must be included in the body force components Fx, Fy, and Fz, respectively, in Eqs. (1.14).

* More details and illustrations of these assumptions are given in Chapter 3.

* After Otto Mohr (1835–1918), professor at Dresden Polytechnic. For further details, see Ref. 1.7, for example.

* For a detailed discussion of the elastic properties of various ...

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