PRACTICAL, PORTABLE, AND PACKED WITH UP-TO-DATE STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING FORMULASThoroughly revised with more than 300 new formulas,this compact yet comprehensive compilation puts essential data related to the design and analysis of engineeringstructures at your fingertips. StructuralEngineering Formulas, Second Edition covers a wide range of topics, including statics, soils, foundations, retaining structures, pipes, and tunnels, and explains the use and application of each ready-to-use formula. This time-saving reference for civil engineers is alsoinvaluable to students and those studying for licensing exams.
Stress and strain-methods of analysis | Properties of geometric sections | Beams--diagrams and formulas for various loading conditions | Frames--diagrams and formulas for various static loading conditions | Arches--diagrams and formulas for various loading conditions | Trusses--method of joints and method of section analysis | Plates--bending moments for various support and loading conditions | Soils | Foundations | Retaining structures | Pipes and tunnels--bending moments for various static loading conditions
Ilya Mikhelson had more than 30 years of experience in design, research, and teaching design of bridges, tunnels, subway stations, and buildings. He wrote numerous publications, including Precast Concrete for Underground Construction, Tunnels, and Subways and Building Structures. Tyler G. Hicks, PE, is a consulting engineer and a successful engineering book author. He has worked in plant design and operation in a variety of industries, taught at several engineering schools, and lectured both in the United States and abroad. Mr. Hicks holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Cooper Union School of Engineering in New York. He is the author of more than 20 books in engineering and related fields, including Civil Engineering Formulas, Handbook of Mechanical Engineering Calculations, and Handbook of Energy Engineering Calculations.
Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Part I: Basis of Structural Analysis Chapter 1: Stress and Strain: Methods of Analysis Chapter 2: Properties of Geometric Sections Part II: Statics Chapter 3: Beams Chapter 4: Frames Chapter 5: Arches Chapter 6: Trusses Chapter 7: Plates Part III: Soils and Foundations Chapter 8: Soils Chapter 9: Foundations Part IV: Retaining Structures Chapter 10: Retaining Structures Chapter 11: Retaining Structures Part V: Pipes and Tunnels Chapter 12: Pipes and Tunnels Chapter 13: Pipes and Tunnels (part 2) Appendix