Author | Milne-Thomson, L. M. author |
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Title | Plane Elastic Systems [electronic resource] / by L. M. Milne-Thomson |

Imprint | Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 1968 |

Edition | Second Edition, Corrected |

Connect to | http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-87870-1 |

Descript | VIII, 211 p. online resource |

SUMMARY

In an epoch-making paper entitled "On an approximate solution for the bending of a beam of rectangular cross-section under any system of load with special reference to points of concentrated or discontinuous loading", received by the Royal Society on June 12, 1902, L. N. G. FlLON introduced the notion of what was subsequently called by LovE "generalยญ ized plane stress". In the same paper FlLÕ also gave the fundamental equations which express the displacement (u, v) in terms of the complex variable. The three basic equations of the theory of KoLOsov (1909) which was subsequently developed and improved by MUSKHELISHVILI (1915 and onwards) can be derived directly from Filon's equations. The derivation is indicated by FlLO)!ẼKO-BoRODICH. Although FILO)! proceeded at once to the real variable, historically he is the founder of the modern theory of the application of the complex variable to plane elastic problems. The method was developed independently by A. C. STEVEXSOX in a paper received by the Royal Society in 1940 but which was not published, for security reasons, until 1945

CONTENT

I. The role of Airyโ{128}{153}s stress function -- II. Complex stresses and their properties in the isotropic case -- III. Mathematical preliminaries to the boundary value problems -- IV. Planes and half-planes -- V. Circular Boundaries -- VI. Curvilinear boundaries -- VII. The influence of anisotropy -- References

Mathematics
Mathematics
Mathematics general