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| About The Book ENGINEERING MECHANICS
Designed to serve as a textbook for the first-year B.E./B. Tech. students of all branches as well as for the AMIE students, it covers the syllabi of almost all universities and institutes. This book provides a thorough understanding of the principles and applications of Engineering Mechanics. A lucid pattern, both in terms of language and content, has been adopted throughout the text.
Beginning with an introduction to the subject, the book provides a detailed treatment of systems of forces and elaborately explains the concepts of centroid and centre of gravity, moment of inertia, virtual work, friction, kinematics of particle and motion of projectiles. It also discusses the laws of motion, power and energy, and collision of elastic bodies in dynamics. The topics are dealt with in a well-organized sequence with proper explanations and simple mathematical formulations.
KEY FEATURES :
Includes both vector and scalar analyses of topics.
Emphasizes the practical applicability of Engineering Mechanics to the real-life situations.
Gives key concepts to help instructors deliver the lecture in a better way.
Includes a large number of worked-out examples to help students comprehend the concepts with ease.
Provides chapter-end review questions to test students understanding of the subject.
Gives chapter-end numerical problems to enhance problem-solving ability. Many of the problems depict realistic situations encountered in engineering practice.
Incorporates objective type questions to help students prepare for examinations.
Table of Contents:
1. Mechanics: An Overview
2. Forces and Basic Principles of Statics
3. Coplanar, Concurrent Force System
4. Coplanar, Non-concurrent Force System
5. Analysis of Framed Structures
6. Virtual Work
7. Centroids and Centre of Gravity
8. Moments of Inertia
10. Kinematics: Plane Rectilinear Motion
11. Motion in a Vertical Plane Under Gravity Projectile
12. Laws of Motion
13. Work, Power and Energy
14. Collision of Elastic Bodies