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"The authors do and excellent job of discussing the topics at a level I believe will be absorbed by the students. They also make a good effort to highlight the important issues and points in the text by italicizing or bolding. I feel that the author has done an excellent job of relating real structures to solid body analysis techniques, and haspresented and discussed it in a manner that I think students will appreciate."
"The homework problems are perhaps the strongest point of the text. The problems cover the waterfront in variety, complexity and coverage. They include numerous examples that are found inthe real world and students can identify with them."
"The books strongest feature is the comprehensive coverage and reasonableness of the homework problems in establishing a base of understanding of expected levels of stress, strain, and displacement."
"The author has done an excellent job conveying the concepts. The textbook is easy to follow and all the ideas are clearly presented."
"This is a detailed overview of undergraduate solid mechanics. It is an excellent book, and far superior to current texts, which borrowed extensively from Gere."