Mechanics Of Materials 5th Beer Johnston Solution Manualpdf
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The mechanical properties of solids are the subject of a large number of papers published in the scientific literature. The most important characteristics are the elastic modulus, usually indicated by the Young's Modulus, the stress required to deform the material, usually indicated by the Tensile Strength, the damages induced on the material by a compressive stress, usually indicated by the compressive Modulus and the stress required to induce an opening of the material, usually called Fracture Strength. These mechanical properties are the main criteria to characterize the material and can be very useful during the selection of materials to perform specific applications (such as aerospace or automobile construction, which requires materials with a low stiffness, but strong cohesion and fracture resistance).
The term elastic modulus of a solid is very general and is used to describe the resistance of the material to deformations. When the deformation is applied parallel to the crystal lattice, the strain is called tension and when applied perpendicular to the lattice, the strain is called compression. The elastic modulus E related to a strain e is defined as:
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