Book On MOS

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Guys can you suggest me some nice book on Mechanics of Solids!
I find "Crandall and Dahl" doesn't go deeper in explaining basic concepts!
I am looking for a which maintains balance between depth and applications!
 

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If you could clarify what you mean by balance between depth and applications, I could recommend several books.

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Simply that it doesn't go in too much of depth,but it goes enough to clear my concepts and has got nice examples and questions.
 
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This text is a classic
http://catalogs.mhhe.com/mhhe/viewProductDetails.do?isbn=0070168938
George Dieter, University of Maryland---College Park

I Mechanical Fundamentals
1 Introduction
2 Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior
3 Elements of the Theory of Plasticity
II Metallurgical Fundamentals
4 Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals
5 Dislocation Theory
6 Strengthening Mechanisms
7 Fracture
III Applications to Materials Testing
8 The Tension Test
9 The Hardness Test
10 The Torsion Test
11 Fracture Mechanics
12 Fatigue of Metals
13 Creep and Stress Rupture
14 Brittle Fracture and Impact Testing
IV Plastic Forming of Metals
15 Fundamentals of Metalworking
16 Forging
17 Rolling of Metals
18 Extrusion
19 Drawing of Rods, Wires and Tubes
20 Sheet-Metal Forming
21 Maching of Metals
Appendixes

Then there are -

http://catalogs.mhhe.com/mhhe/viewProductDetails.do?isbn=0073107956
Ferdinand P. Beer,
E. Russell Johnston, Jr., University of Connecticut
John T. DeWolf, University of Connecticut

Contents

1 Introduction - concept of stress
2 Stress and strain - axial loading
3 Torsion
4 Pure bending
5 Analysis and design of beams for bending
6 Shearing stresses in beams and thin-walled members
7 Transformation of stress and strain
8 Principal stresses under given loading conditions
9 Deflection of beams
10 Columns
11 Energy methods

warning - energy methods may be inappropriate in some applications, particularly where plasticity or permanent deformation is involved.


http://catalogs.mhhe.com/mhhe/viewProductDetails.do?isbn=0028030672
Fa-Hwa Cheng,

Contents

Fundamental Concepts and Principles
Resultant of Coplanar Force Systems
Equilibrium of Coplanar Force Systems
Analysis of Structures
Friction
Concurrent Spatial Force Systems
Center of Gravity and Centroids
Area Moments of Inertia
Simple Stresses
Strains
Mechanical Properties of Materials
Torsion of Circular Shafts
Shear Forces and Bending Moments in Beams
Stresses in Beams
Design of Beams for Strength
Deflections of Beams
Statically Indeterminate Beams
Combined Stresses
Columns
Connections

And perhaps a classic - for $122.00 from Prentice-Hall (Pearson)
E. P. Popov (Egor)
http://vig.prenhall.com/catalog/academic/product/0,1144,0137261594-TOC,00.html [Broken]
Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1999, 864 pp.
ISBN 0-13-726159-4

1. Stress.
2. Strain.
3. Axial Deformation of Bars: Statically Determinate Systems.
4. Axial Deformation of Bars: Statically Indeterminate Systems.
5. Generalized Hooke's Law: Pressure Vessels.
6. Torsion.
7. Beam Statics.
8. Symmetric Beam Bending.
9. Unsymmetric (Skew) Beam Bending.
10. Shear Stresses in Beams.
11. Stress and Strain Transformation.
12. Yield and Fracture Criteria.
13. Elastic Stress Analysis.
14. Beam Deflections by Direct Integration.
15. Beam Deflections by the Moment-area Method.
16. Columns.
17. Energy and Virtual Work.
18. Classical Energy Methods.
19. Elastic Analysis of Systems.
20. Plastic Limit Analysis.

Tables.
Answers to Odd-numbered Problems.
Index.
Conversion Factors between U.S. Customary and SI Units.
 
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Thanks Astronuc.!
 

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