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 Title: Applied Mechanics of Solids
 Author(s) Allan F. Bower
 Publisher: CRC Press; 1st edition (October 5, 2009); eBook (Online Edition)
 Hardcover: 802 pages
 eBook: HTML and PDF
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 1439802475
 ISBN13: 9781439802472
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Book Description
Develop Intuitive Ability to Identify and Avoid Physically Meaningless Predictions. Modern computer simulations make stress analysis easy. This book is a powerful tool for understanding how to take advantage of these revolutionary computer advances in the field of solid mechanics.
About the Authors Allan Bower is a professor of engineering at Brown University, where he teaches in the undergraduate mechanical engineering program and the graduate program in mechanics of solids.
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