Engineering Mechanics

Statics and Dynamics

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ISBN:

9780199494613

Publication date:

04/12/2018

Paperback

512 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 499.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199494613

Publication date:

04/12/2018

Paperback

512 pages

241.0x184.0mm

First Edition

Vela Murali

Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics is specially designed for a one-semester interdisciplinary course offered to the first-year engineering students pursuing an undergraduate engineering programme.

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First Edition

Vela Murali

Description

Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics is specially designed for a one-semester interdisciplinary course offered to the first-year engineering students pursuing an undergraduate engineering programme.

The book addresses both statics and dynamics—the integral parts of rigid body mechanics. Beginning with the basics of the subject, the book delves into concepts of equilibrium, properties of surfaces and solids, friction, and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. It employs a problem-solving approach that helps students discover, explore, and connect with the subject and also provides rich pedagogical support.

First Edition

Vela Murali

Table of contents

  1. Fundamentals of Mechanics
  2. Statics of Particle: Coplanar, Concurrent Forces
  3. Statics of Particle: Concurrent, Non-coplanar Forces (Forces in Space)
  4. Statics of Rigid Body: Non-concurrent, Coplanar Forces and Non-concurrent, Non-coplanar Forces
  5. Properties of Surfaces and Solids: Centroid and Centre of Gravity
  6. Properties of Surfaces and Solids: Moment of Inertia and Mass Moment of Inertia
  7. Friction
  8. Kinematics of Particle
  9. Kinetics of Particle
  10. Dynamics of Rigid Bodies

First Edition

Vela Murali

Features

  • Adopts simple algebraic methods of solving problems in the place of the conventional vectorial method, wherever possible
  • Uses a simple and direct style of writing with effective terminologies and nomenclatures to explain the concepts
  • Incorporates ‘quadrant approach’ to resolve forces that act on planes
  • Provides numerous solved examples and exercises with hints for practice


ONLINE RESOURCES

For Faculty
  • Chapter-wise PPTs


For Students
  • Solved Question Paper
  • Objective Questions with Answers
  • Additional Solved Examples

Description

Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics is specially designed for a one-semester interdisciplinary course offered to the first-year engineering students pursuing an undergraduate engineering programme.

The book addresses both statics and dynamics—the integral parts of rigid body mechanics. Beginning with the basics of the subject, the book delves into concepts of equilibrium, properties of surfaces and solids, friction, and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. It employs a problem-solving approach that helps students discover, explore, and connect with the subject and also provides rich pedagogical support.

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Table of contents

  1. Fundamentals of Mechanics
  2. Statics of Particle: Coplanar, Concurrent Forces
  3. Statics of Particle: Concurrent, Non-coplanar Forces (Forces in Space)
  4. Statics of Rigid Body: Non-concurrent, Coplanar Forces and Non-concurrent, Non-coplanar Forces
  5. Properties of Surfaces and Solids: Centroid and Centre of Gravity
  6. Properties of Surfaces and Solids: Moment of Inertia and Mass Moment of Inertia
  7. Friction
  8. Kinematics of Particle
  9. Kinetics of Particle
  10. Dynamics of Rigid Bodies

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