Here is the full list of best reference books on Advanced Solid Mechanics.
|1. “Advanced Strength and Applied Elasticity” by A.C. Ugural and S. K. Fenster|
|2. “Advanced Mechanics of Materials” by A.P. Boresi and O. M. Sidebottom|
|3. “Plasticity for Engineers: Theory and Applications” by C.R. Calladine
Book Review: This book focuses on the plastic property of materials and also illustrates the creation of structures and their behavior under load. This book is very suitable for civil, mechanical, marine and aeronautical engineers for the undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The book also delivers a readable and good account of theory and applications. The book also analyses a range of continuum structural problems and metal forming processes which is relevant to engineering practice.
|4. “Mathematical Theory of Elasticity” by I.S. Sokolnikoff|
|5. “Advanced Mechanics of Solids” by L.S. Srinath
Book Review: This book provides a very good foundation in the field of mechanics of deformable solids and also provides an introductory course on strength of materials. The book contains chapters on various topics like theories of failure, energy methods, thermal stresses, stress concentration, contact stresses, fracture mechanics and many more.
|6. “Localization and Solitary Waves in Solid Mechanics” by J. M. T. Thompson, G. W. Hunt, A. R. Champneys|
|7. “Advanced Mechanics of Solids” by Bruhns|
|8. ” Dynamics of Advanced Materials and Smart Structures” by Kazumi Watanabe, Franz Ziegler|
|9. ” Classical and Computational Solid Mechan” by Fung Y. C.|
|10. “IUTAM Symposium on Advanced Optical Methods and Applications in Solid Mechanics” by Alexis Lagarde|
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