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Engineering Mechanics

Engineering Mechanics

Author(s):
  • S.K. Sinha
  • Author: S.K. Sinha
    • ISBN:9789332585508
    • 10 Digit ISBN:9332585504
    • Price:Rs. 559.00
    • Pages:848
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    Pearson brings to you Engineering Mechanics - an ideal offering for the complete course on engineering mechanics. Written in a simple and lucid style, the book covers the basic principles of mechanics and its application to the solution of engineering problems. This book is apt for self-study by the students and lays down a strong foundation for problem- solving abilities in mechanics.

     

    Table of Content

    1.Basic Principles
    2.Force Systems and Resultants
    3.Equilibrium
    4.Friction
    5.Belt and Rope Drives
    6.Beam
    7.Truss
    8.Centroid
    9.Moment of Inertia of Areas
    10.Moment of Inertia of Masses
    11.Simple Lifting Machines
    12.Virtual-Work Method
    13.Potential-Energy Method and Stability
    14.Kinematics of Particles
    15.Motion with Constant Acceleration
    16.Projectile
    17.Kinetics of Particles
    18.Work, Energy and Power for Particles
    19.Impulse and Momentum
    20.Impact of Elastic Bodies
    21.Kinematics of Rigid Bodies
    22.Kinetics of Rigid Bodies
    23.Mechanical Vibrations and Simple Harmonic Motion
    24.Simple Stresses and Strains (Web Chapter)
    25.Bending of Beams (Web Chapter)
    26.Theory of Torsion (Web Chapter)
     

    Salient Features

    1. Holistic treatment of basic principles and applications of both Statics and Dynamics.
    2. The theory has been explained in a logical and consistent manner, following a unified approach throughout the book, which makes the learning easy and smooth.
    3. Emphasis is given on gradual built-up of concepts with numerous illustrations.
    3. Free-Body Diagrams are emphasized throughout the book, without which the concepts of mechanics cannot be fully understood
    5. More than 600 solved examples are provided. Most of these are similar to questions asked in university examinations."