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impressa Joannem Moylin alias de Cambray
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Dec 21, 1533
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There was the sound of a single bullet, and then . . . a deafening barrage of gunfire and explosions. There were, literally, thousands of bullets in the air at once, and more tracers streaking across the sky than there were stars overhead. It was a miracle that most of us weren’t killed instantly.

Staff Sergeant Salvatore, “Sal,” Giunta was the first living person to receive the Medal of Honor—the highest honor presented by the U.S. military—since the conclusion of the Vietnam War. In Living with Honor, this hero who maintains he is “just a soldier” tells us the story of the fateful day in Afghanistan that led to his receiving the unique honor. With candor, insight, and humility, Giunta not only recounts the harrowing events leading up to when he and his company fell under siege, but also illustrates the empowering, invaluable lessons he learned.

As a seventeen-year-old teen working at Subway, Giunta was like any other kid trying to figure out which step to take next with his life after graduating from high school. When Giunta walked into the local Army recruiting center in his hometown, he just wanted a free T-shirt. But when he walked out, his curiosity had been piqued and he enlisted in the Army.

Deployed to Afghanistan, Giunta soon learned from the more seasoned soldiers how “different” this war was compared to others that America had fought. Stationed with the 173rd Airborne Brigade near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border in the Korengal Valley— also known as the “Valley of Death”—Giunta and his company were ambushed by Taliban insurgents. Giunta went into action after seeing that his squad leader had fallen. Exposing himself to blistering enemy fire, Giunta charged toward his squad leader and administered first aid while he covered him with his own body. Though Giunta was struck by the relentless barrage of bullets, he engaged the enemy and then attempted to reach additional wounded soldiers. When he realized that yet another soldier was separated from his unit, he advanced forward. Discovering two rebels carrying away a U.S. soldier, Giunta killed one insurgent and wounded the other, and immediately provided aid to the injured soldier. More than just a remarkable memoir by a remarkable person, Living with Honor is a powerful testament to the human spirit and all that one can achieve when faced with seemingly impossible obstacles.

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The President clasps the medal around my neck. Applause fills the room. But I know it’s not for me alone. I look at my mom and dad. I look at Brennan’s parents and I look at Mendoza’s. And I try to communicate to Brennan and Mendoza wordlessly: This is for you . . . and for everyone who has fought and died. For everyone who has made the ultimate sacrifice. I am not a hero. I’m just a soldier.

—Salvatore A. Giunta, from Living with Honor
Beam theories are exploited worldwide to analyze civil, mechanical,automotive, and aerospace structures. Many beam approaches havebeen proposed during the last centuries by eminent scientists suchas Euler, Bernoulli, Navier, Timoshenko, Vlasov, etc.  Most ofthese models are problem dependent: they provide reliable resultsfor a given problem, for instance a given section and cannot beapplied to a different one.

Beam Structures: Classical and Advanced Theories proposesa new original unified approach to beam theory that includespractically all classical and advanced models for beams and whichhas become established and recognised globally as the mostimportant contribution to the field in the last quarter of acentury.

The Carrera Unified Formulation (CUF) has hierarchicalproperties, that is, the error can be reduced by increasing thenumber of the unknown variables. This formulation is extremelysuitable for computer implementations and can deal with mosttypical engineering challenges. It overcomes the problem ofclassical formulae that require different formulas for tension,bending, shear and torsion; it can be applied to any beamgeometries and loading conditions, reaching a high level ofaccuracy with low computational cost, and can tackle problems thatin most cases are solved by employing plate/shell and 3Dformulations.

Key features:

compares classical and modern approaches to beam theory,including classical well-known results related to Euler-Bernoulliand Timoshenko beam theoriespays particular attention to typical applications related tobridge structures, aircraft wings, helicopters and propellerbladesprovides a number of numerical examples including typicalAerospace and Civil Engineering problemsproposes many benchmark assessments to help the readerimplement the CUF if they wish to do soaccompanied by a companion website hosting dedicated softwareMUL2 that is used to obtain the numerical solutions in the book,allowing the reader to reproduce the examples given in the book aswell as to solve other problems of their own ahref="http://www.mul2.com/"www.mul2.com/a

Researchers of continuum mechanics of solids and structures andstructural analysts in industry will find this book extremelyinsightful. It will also be of great interest to graduate andpostgraduate students of mechanical, civil and aerospaceengineering.

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