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Table of Contents
Basic Principles of Statics and Strength of Materials
Nonconcurrent Coplanar Force Systems
Concurrent Coplanar Force Systems
Concurrent Noncoplanar Force Systems
Stress and Deformation
Bolted, Welded, and Riveted Connections
Torsion, Shafts, Shaft Couplings, and Keyes
Centroid, Moments of Inertis, and Radius of Gyration
Beams, Shear Forces, and Bending Moments
Stresses and Deflections in Beams