Bull Ridge Publishing

JonesBBPSCover.jpg Buckling of Bars, Plates, and Shells
Fundamental buckling equations are derived for behavior of the three basic structural elements, bars, plates, and shells.  The equations are energy-based after Langhaar. 

JonesDTPCover.jpg Deformation Theory of Plasticity

 The deformation theory of plasticity is developed in contrast to incremental theory and applied to several problems including beam bending, a thick-walled spherical shell under internal pressure and heating, plastic buckling of bars, plates, and shells, and plastic thermal buckling of bars and plates with temperature-dependent nonlinear material properties.  Composite materials are treated with a total-energy approach.

VasilievCPVCover.jpg Composite Pressure Vessels

Composite pressure vessels reinforced with high-strength glass, carbon, or organic fibers can have much higher weight efficiency than achievable with traditional metals.  Sophisticated design, analysis, and manufacturing methods have been developed to achieve this efficiency, with reasonable risk, which always accompanies the application of aerospace structures with high weight efficiency, has been acceptable and taken into account.

JonesDCSFrontCover.jpg Design of Composite Structures

An introduction to the many aspects of composite structures design is presented with examples of past experience. The topics of materials selection, configuration selection, manufacturing, joints, failure, optimization, and design philosophy are addressed.

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