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Schaum’s Outline of Strength of Materials, Seventh Edition is packed with twenty-two mini practice exams, and hundreds of examples, solved problems, and practice exercises to test your skills. This updated guide approaches the subject in a more concise, ordered manner than most standard texts, which are often filled with extraneous material.
Schaum’s Outline of Strength of Materials, Seventh Edition features:
- 455 fully-solved problems
- 68 examples
- 22 mini practice exams
- 2 final exams
- 22 problem-solving videos
- Extra practice on topics such as determinate force systems, torsion, cantilever beams, and more
- Clear, concise explanations of all strength of materials concepts
- Content supplements the major leading textbooks in strength of materials
- Content that is appropriate Strength of Materials, Mechanics of Materials, Introductory Structural Analysis, and Mechanics and Strength of Materials courses
- PLUS: Access to the revised Schaums.com website and new app, containing 22 problem-solving videos, and more.
Schaum’s reinforces the main concepts required in your course and offers hundreds of practice exercises to help you succeed. Use Schaum’s to shorten your study time―and get your best test scores!
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About the Author
William Nash was a Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a faculty member at the University of Florida for 13 years. He served as Structural Research Engineer at the David Taylor Research Center of the Navy Department in Washington, D.C. and had extensive experience consulting for the U.S. Air Force, Lockheed Aerospace Corporation, and General Electric.
Merle C. Potter, PhD, is the author of Engineering Analysis and the co-author of The Mechanics of Fluids, Fluid Mechanics, Thermal Sciences, Thermodynamics, Engineering Your Future, Differential Equations, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, and numerous exam review books. He is Professor Emeritus of mechanical engineering at Michigan State University.