Book Name: Mechanics of Aeronautical Solids, Materials and Structures
Author: Christophe Bouvet
Publisher: Wiley ISTE
File size: 8 Mb
File format: PDF
Mechanics of Aeronautical Solids, Materials and Structures Pdf Book Description:
The target of this work about the mechanisms of aeronautical solids, structures and materials is to provide an summary of the principles required for sizing of constructions at the aeronautical field. It starts by introducing the classical ideas of mechanics: stress, strain, behaviour legislation, and sizing standards, with an emphasis on the standards particular to aeronautics, for example restrict loads and ultimate loads.
Techniques of settlement are then introduced, and specifically the finite element procedure. Plasticity can be covered as a way to highlight its sway on the sizing of constructions, and specifically its advantages for design standards. Lastly, the physics of the two chief substances of aeronautical structures, specifically aluminum and composite materials, is approached so as to describe the sizing standards mentioned in the prior chapters.
Exercises, together with in depth corrections, make it possible for the reader to check their own comprehension of the various subjects.
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