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Advanced Mechanics of Materials by Roman Solecki and R. Jay Conant

--This is the book I used for my junior-year solid mechanics class as a mechanical engineer.  You an read more about it here:

--The book covers a wide range of topics, starting with a standard chapter on intro to stress and strain.  It then quickly moves to more advance topics, including numerical methods/finite element analysis, and a good section on buckling and vibration.

--I think this book complements this course because it covers all of this course's materials, and lays out solid starting points for further readings.

--I feel very comfortable with the book because of my familiarity with it.  Since I don't have much experience with other texts, I can't make a qualitative comparison.  I can only say that I've been happy with it and others might like it too.

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