Engineering Mechanics

By S. Rajasekaran, G. Sankarasubramanian more
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Publisher Vikas Publishing
ISBN 9788125942351
Author: S. Rajasekaran, G. Sankarasubramanian
Number of Pages 633
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Engineering Mechanics by S. Rajasekaran, G. Sankarasubramanian
Book Summary:

Written in a comprehensive manner, this book elaborates on the tricky aspects of the motion of particle and its cause, forces and vectors, lifting machines and pulleys, inertia and projectiles, juxtapositioning them with relevant, neat illustrations, which make the science of engineering mechanics an interesting study for aspiring engineers. The book, has a large number of theoretical questions, numerical problems and a highly informative objective-type question bank. It caters to the learning needs of BE/BTech students and also those preparing for competitive exams.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for BE/BTech students.
Key Features:

1. Lucid and well-explained concepts with 300+ theoretical questions

2. Unsolved numerical exercises with answers for self-assessment

3. Insightful summary for quick review at the end of every chapter

4. Appendices for supplementary information

5. Objective-type question bank at the end of the book

6. Solved question papers of past examinations

Table of Contents:

1. Statics of Particles—Concurrent Forces in Plane

2. Statics of Particles—Concurrent Force in Space

3. Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-Concurrent Forces in Plane

4. Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-Concurrent Forces in Space

5. Friction

6. Centroid and Centre of Gravity

7. Moment of Inertia and Mass Moment of Inertia

8. Kinematics of Particles Rectilinear Motion

9. Kinematics of Particles—Curvilinear Motion

10. Kinetics of Particles—Work and Energy

11. Kinetics of Particles—Impulse and Momentum

12. Collision of Elastic Bodies

13. Kinematics of Rigid Bodies

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