Next to Aircraft Structures by Bruhn, this book is a must read for every Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering students. This book emphasize greatly on how stress related formula were derived. It lacks practical problem which is needed for an aircraft structural analyst. However, it is very helpful to learn the subject in-depth and build the foundation for analysis.
This book published by Edward Arnold Publishers Ltd. written by T.H.G Megson focusing graduate level engineering students in the field of Aeronautics. Every book published has its own unique number to ease online sellers, SKUs and customers. In-order to preserve a book’s identity International Standard Book Number has been introduced. ISBN-10 of the book, Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students by T.H.G. Megson, is 0713133937 and ISBN-13 is 978-0713133936. Total number of pages included are 495 pages and the eBook about to download is of size 61.2 MB.
Review by Aeronautical Journal
This is an excellent book and should find a place on the shelf of any student or practicing engineer involved in aircraft structural analysis. I can recommend it to the aeronautical community without reservation’
The Aeronautical Journal, October 2001 (Prof. A.J. Morris)
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Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students provides a completely self-contained course in aircraft structures which contains not only the fundamentals of elasticity and aircraft structural analysis but also the associated topics of airworthiness and aero-elasticity.
The book is intended mainly for engineering students at degree level or diploma level, from the starting point in their specialization in aeronautical engineering up to their final examinations. Other engineering specialists in structures in both the academic and industrial fields will find much of interest.
In Part 1 a variety of analytical methods are discussed with the emphasis on energy methods, and the role and limitations of each are discussed. Part 2 deals largely with analysis of the thin-walled, cellular type of structure peculiar to aircraft, while Part 3 covers airworthiness and elementary aero-elasticity. Worked examples are used extensively in the text to illustrate the theory and problems with answers are given at the end of each chapter. SI units are used throughout.
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