Part 1: Introduction Chapter 1: Introduction Part 2: Facts; Principles; Methods Chapter 2: Stress and Strain: Important Relationships Chapter 3: The Behavior of Bodies Under Stress Chapter 4: Principles and Analytical Methods Chapter 5: Numerical Methods Chapter 6: Experimental Methods Part 3: Formulas and Examples Chapter 7: Tension, Compression, Shear, and Combined Stress Chapter 8: Beams; Flexure of Straight Bars Chapter 9: Bending of Curved Beams Chapter 10: Torsion Chapter 11: Flat Plates Chapter 12: Columns and Other Compression Members Chapter 13: Shells of Revolution; Pressure Vessels; Pipes Chapter 14: Bodies in Contact Undergoing Direct Bearing and Shear Stress Chapter 15: Elastic Stability Chapter 16: Dynamic and Temperature Stresses Chapter 17: Stress Concentration Factors Appendix A: Properties of a Plane Area Appendix B: Glossary: Definitions Appendix C: Composite Materials Name Index Subject Index
Warren C. Young is professor emeritus in the department of mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he was on the faculty for over 40 years. Dr. Young has also taught as a visiting professor at Bengal Engineering College in Calcutta, India, and served as chief of the Energy Manpower and Training Project sponsored by USAir in Bandung, Indonesia. Richard G. Budynas is professor of mechanical engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology. He is author of a newly revised McGraw-Hill textbook, Applied Strength and Applied Stress Analysis, 2nd Edition.