From the “Theory of Plasticity” by Sedov

  1. Some effects arising from the deformation of solids and not described in the framework of the model of an elastic body
  2. Residual deformations. Loading surface
  3. The main defining relations in the theory of plastic bodies
  4. Examples of models of plastic bodies
  5. The problem of torsion of a cylindrical rod of elastic plastic material without hardening

From the “Theory of Elasticity” by Sedov

  1. Introductory remarks
  2. The model of the elastic body
  3. Problems of uniaxial tension of an elastic beam
  4. Deformations and stresses arising in a round pipe made of elastic material under the action of internal and external pressures (Lame problem)
  5. Statement of problems of the theory of elasticity. Clapeyron equation. The uniqueness theorem for solving problems in the theory of elasticity. The principle of Saint-Venant
  6. The problem of beam bending
  7. Torsion of cylindrical rods
  8. Methods of resistance of materials in problems of beam bending
  9. Variational methods in the theory of elasticity
  10. Elastic waves in an isotropic medium

From the “Hydromechanics” by Sedov

  1. Hydrostatics
  2. The general theory of steady motions of ideal liquids and gases. Bernoulli Integral
  3. Bernoulli integral for an incompressible heavy fluid
  4. The phenomenon of cavitation
  5. Bernoulli integral for adiabatic flows of a perfect gas
  6. The effect of compressibility on the shape of current tubes. Elementary Laval nozzle theory
  7. The application of integral relations to the finite volumes of the material medium with steady motion
  8. Interaction of liquids and gases with streamlined bodies during steady motion
  9. The main units of hydrodynamic and gas machines
  10. The main elements of the theory of jet thrust
  11. Potential flows of an ideal fluid. Cauchy-Lagrange integral
  12. Potential motions of incompressible fluid. Properties of harmonic functions
  13. The problem of the motion of a sphere in an unlimited volume of an ideal incompressible fluid
  14. The kinematic problem of the motion of a rigid body in an unlimited volume of an ideal incompressible fluid
  15. Energy, momentum, angular momentum of a liquid when a solid is moving in it and the basis of the theory of attached masses
  16. Forces of action of an ideal fluid on a body moving in an unlimited mass of fluid
  17. Gas movements with small perturbations
  18. Propagation of plane waves of finite amplitude (Riemann waves)
  19. The movement of the ball inside a viscous incompressible fluid
  20. The movement of an incompressible viscous fluid in cylindrical pipes
  21. Turbulent fluid motion
  22. The equations of the laminar boundary layer
  23. The boundary layer when flowing around an incompressible fluid flat plate. Blazius problem
  24. Some important effects of the motion of a viscous fluid in a boundary layer
  25. Determination of the velocity field from given vortices and sources
  26. Important examples of vortex fields
  27. The dynamic theory of cylindrical vortices
  28. The motion of a system of continuously distributed vortices in an ideal fluid
  29. Diffusion of vortices in a viscous incompressible fluid

From the “Formulation of problems in continuum mechanics” by Sedov

  1. General framework for the formulation of specific tasks
  2. Typical simplifications in the formulation of some problems associated with a decrease in the number of independent variables
  3. Linearization of equations and problems of continuum mechanics
  4. Conditions on surfaces of strong discontinuities
  5. Strong discontinuities in the electromagnetic field
  6. Tear surfaces inside ideal compressible media
  7. Dimensions of physical quantities and \Pi-theorem
  8. Parameters defining the class of phenomena and typical examples of application of the methods of dimensional theory
  9. Similarity and modeling of phenomena

From the “Basic concepts and equations of electrodynamics” by Sedov

  1. The basic concepts of electrodynamics. Electromagnetic field. Maxwell’s equations in void
  2. Maxwell’s equations in Minkowski space
  3. Lorentz transformations and inertial reference systems
  4. The interaction of the electromagnetic field with conductors
  5. Interaction of an electromagnetic field with bodies taking into account polarization and magnetization
  6. Magnetic hydrodynamics
  7. The laws of freezing magnetic and vortex lines