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Dynamics for Engineers : Dynamics for Engineers - B. B. Muvdi

Dynamics for Engineers

Dynamics for Engineers

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Published: 14th March 1997
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"Mechanics is one ofthe branches ofphysics in which the number ofprinciples is at once very few and very rich in useful consequences. On the other hand, there are few sciences which have required so much thought-the conquest of a few axioms has taken more than 2000 years. "-Rene Dugas, A History 0/ Mechanics Introductory courses in engineering mechanics (statics and dynamics) are generally found very early in engineering curricula. As such, they should provide the student with a thorough background in the basic fundamentals that form the foundation for subsequent work in engi­ neering analysis and design. Consequently, our primary goal in writing Statics for Engineers and Dynamics for Engineers has been to develop the fundamental principles of engineering mechanics in a manner that the student can readily comprehend. With this comprehension, the student thus acquires the tools that would enable him/her to think through the solution ofmany types ofengineering problems using logic and sound judgment based upon fundamental principles. Approach We have made every effort to present the material in a concise but clear manner. Each subject is presented in one or more sections fol­ lowed by one or more examples, the solutions for which are presented in a detailed fashion with frequent reference to the basic underlying principles. A set of problems is provided for use in homework assign­ ments.

Preface
Kinematics of Particlesp. 1
Particles Kinetics: Force and Accelerationp. 110
Particle Kinetics: Energyp. 191
Particle Kinetics: Impulse-Momentump. 250
Two-Dimensional Kinematics of Rigid Bodiesp. 356
Two-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies: Force and Accelerationp. 452
Two-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies - Energyp. 551
Two-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodies: Impulse-Momentump. 603
Three-Dimensional Kinematics of Rigid Bodiesp. 657
Three-Dimensional Kinetics of Rigid Bodiesp. 699
Vibrationsp. 769
Properties of Selected Lines and Areasp. 852
Properties of Selected Massesp. 855
Useful Mathematical Relationsp. 859
Selected Derivativesp. 861
Selected Integralsp. 863
Supports and Connectionsp. 866
Answersp. 872
Indexp. 895
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ISBN: 9780387947983
ISBN-10: 0387947981
Series: Dynamics for Engineers
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 900
Published: 14th March 1997
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.54 x 18.54  x 4.78
Weight (kg): 1.66