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Energy Methods in Mechanics - Lecture Notes John L. Turner
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This set of lecture notes and worked example problems covers topics in the application of variational and energy methods in mechanics. These are scalar based principles, as contrasted with vector approaches based on Newton’s 2nd Law. The Principle of Virtual Work is the foundation of the variational based approaches. Equilibrium and deformation equations based on virtual work and stationary potential energy are developed with applications to rods, bars, beams, frames, etc. Approximate solution methodologies derived from these techniques (e.g. Rayleigh Ritz and Finite Elements) are covered. An introduction to the use of the Calculus of Variations for continuous systems is included. ...
John Turner Lecture Notes-Dynamics I John L. Turner
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This book is a set of class lecture notes and worked example problems developed for use in an undergraduate introductory Mechanics-Dynamics course for Mechanical, Aerospace and other engineers. The topics include kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies, work-energy methods and impulse-momentum concepts. The author is Dr. John L. Turner, currently an adjunct professor at the University of Arizona.
Mechanics of Materials - Lecture Notes John L. Turner
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This is a set of lecture notes and worked example problems for use in an introductory course in mechanics of materials. It can serve as a primary text or as a supplement to another class text. It includes detailed discussions and illustrations of the fundamental principles of the usual topics of mechanics of materials (stress, strain, Hookes Law, axial, torsional and bending loading, beam deflections, failure theories and a brief intro to buckling of long bars). Emphasis is placed on a thorough coverage of stress and strain at a point and building a foundation for more advanced topics including finite elements and energy methods in mechanics. Dr. John L. Turner is an adjunct professor at ...