TY - BOOK
AU - Hetnarski,Richard B.
AU - Eslami,M.Reza
ED - SpringerLink (Online service)
TI - Thermal Stresses – Advanced Theory and Applications
T2 - Solid Mechanics and its Applications,
SN - 9781402092473
AV - TA349-359
U1 - 620.1 23
PY - 2009///
CY - Dordrecht
PB - Springer Netherlands
KW - Engineering
KW - Mechanics, applied
KW - Materials
KW - Mechanical engineering
KW - Engineering design
KW - Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
KW - Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials
KW - Structural Mechanics
KW - Mechanical Engineering
KW - Engineering Design
N1 - Basic Laws of Thermoelasticity -- Thermodynamics of Elastic Continuum -- Basic Problems of Thermoelasticity -- Heat Conduction Problems -- Thermal Stresses in Beams -- Disks, Cylinders, and Spheres -- Thermal Expansion in Piping Systems -- Coupled and Generalized Thermoelasticity -- Finite and Boundary Element Methods -- Creep Analysis
N2 - This book is intended as an advanced modern textbook and reference handbook on the topic of thermal stresses. It should serve a wide range of readers, in particular, graduate and postgraduate students, scientists, researchers in various industrial and government institutes, and engineers working in mechanical, civil, and aerospace engineering. This volume covers diverse areas of applied mathematics, continuum mechanics, stress analysis, and mechanical design. This work treats a number of topics not presented in other books on thermal stresses, for example: theory of coupled and generalized thermoelasticity, finite and boundary element method in generalized thermoelasticity, thermal stresses in functionally graded structures, and thermal expansions of piping systems. As the field of thermal stresses lies at the crossroads of stress analysis, theory of elasticity, heat conduction, and advanced methods of applied mathematics, all these subjects are dealt with in the book to the extent they are necessary. Thus, the book is self-contained, so that the reader should not need to consult other sources while studying the topic. The book starts from basic concepts and principles, and these are developed to more advanced levels as the text progresses. Nevertheless, some basic knowledge on the part of the reader is expected in classical mechanics, stress analysis, and mathematics, including vector and cartesian tensor analysis.
UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9247-3
ER -