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Stress Analysis for Creep

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by J. T. Boyle & J. Spence
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Stress Analysis for Creep by J. T. Boyle & J. Spence

Stress Analysis for Creep focuses on methods on creep analysis.
The book first ponders on the occurrence of creep in mechanical engineering components, including background to stress analysis for creep and general-purpose computer programs for creep analysis. The text presents a phenomenological description of creep. The phenomenon of creep, physical mechanisms of creep, convenient uniaxial constitutive relationships, and creep rupture are described. The book also explains simple component behavior, creep under multiaxial states of stress, and stress analysis for steady creep. The text focuses on reference stress methods in steady creep. Reference stresses for combined loading with a power law; non-isothermal power-law creep; reference temperatures; and approximate reference stress methods are elaborated.
The text also focuses on stress analysis for transient creep; approximate solution of transient creep problems; and creep buckling and rupture. The text highlights the design for creep, including material data requirements and constitutive modeling for design; verification and qualification of stress analysis; and design methodology.
The book is a good source of data for readers wanting to study creep analysis.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 294
Size: 27.3 MB
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Date published:   1983
ISBN: 9781483101606 (DRM-PDF)

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