Mechanics of Material [Paperback]
Author : Beer, Ferdinand P. - Johnston Jr., E. Russell - DeWolf, John T. - Mazurek, David
- Beer, Ferdinand P. - Johnston Jr., E. Russell - DeWolf, John T. - Mazurek, David
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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- kassem : What A Wonderful Book!!
I feel very comfortable recommending this splendid book to aerospace, civil, mechanical, and material engineering students. So far, this book has helped me a lot in 3 courses. Theses courses are CE 203 structural mechanics, AE 328 aircraft structures, and ME 471 mechanical metallurgy. I have admired this book for the following reasons: 1-It has made me interested in my courses 2-It is very easy indeed to comprehend 3-It uses simple examples to explain the concepts 4-Key formulas are shaded 5-It has a good number of solved problems 6-It has a summary at the end of each chapter 7-Answers to even-numbered questions are provided at the end of this book 8-In case that you forget some basic ideas in your CE 201 (Statics), Appendix A of this book gives excellent review in calculating the moments of areas I am sure that you will find it very useful.