## Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Continuum MechanicsFor comprehensive—and comprehensible—coverage of both theory and real-world applications, you can't find a better study guide than Schaum's Outline of Continuum Mechanics. It gives you everything you need to get ready for tests and earn better grades! You get plenty of worked problems—solved for you step by step—along with hundreds of practice problems. From the mathematical foundations to fluid mechanics and viscoelasticity, this guide covers all the fundamentals—plus it shows you how theory is applied. This is the study guide to choose if you want to ace continuum mechanics! |

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It is a well written continuum mechanics books that encompasses most of the introductory topics. However, the author has a newer book on the subject with new and revised content, issued by a different editorial company. It is a good book to learn, study, and review concepts.

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### Contents

Chapter MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS | 1 |

ANALYSIS OF STRESS | 44 |

DEFORMATION AND STRAIN | 77 |

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arbitrary axis base vectors body forces Cartesian tensor constant constitutive equations continuity equation continuum mechanics coordinate axes coordinate system defined deformation tensor Determine differential direction cosines displacement field displacement gradient displacement vector divergence theorem dyadic equilibrium equations Eulerian expressed flow function given incompressible indices indicial notation integral irrotational Kelvin Kelvin material Lagrangian line element loading material derivative maximum shear Maxwell Mises yield condition Mohr's circles Newtonian fluid order code orthogonal particle plane strain plane stress position vector principal axes principal directions principal stress values principal values quadric rate of deformation represented result of Problem scalar second-order tensor shear stress Show shown in Fig SOLVED PROBLEMS strain increment strain tensor stress components stress tensor stress vector stress-strain symbolic notation symmetric transformation law Tresca unit normal unit vector velocity field viscoelastic volume vorticity written zero