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Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics






Author C.L. Best, E.W. Nelson, W.G. McLean
Publisher McGraw Hill
ISBN 9780070461932
Schaums Outlines of Theory and Problems of Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics

PROBLEMS AND SECTIONS ALSO FOUND IN THE ix
COMPANION SCHAUM'S ELECTRONIC TUTOR
Chapter 1 VECTORS 1 (18)
1.1 Definitions
1.2 Addition of Two Vectors
1.3 Subtraction of a Vector
1.4 Zero Vector
1.5 Composition of Vectors
1.6 Multiplication of Vectors by Scalars
1.7 Orthogonal Triad of Unit Vectors
1.8 Position Vector
1.9 Dot or Scalar Product
1.10 The Cross or Vector Product
1.11 Vector Calculus
1.12 Dimensions and Units
Chapter 2 OPERATIONS WITH FORCES 19 (12)
2.1 The Moment of a Force
2.2 A Couple
2.3 The Moment of a Couple
2.4 Replacing a Single Force
2.5 Coplanar Force Systems
2.6 Notes
Chapter 3 RESULTANTS OR COPLANAR FORCE 31 (15)
SYSTEMS
3.1 Coplanar Forces
3.2 Concurrent System
3.3 Parallel System
3.4 Nonconcurrent, Nonparallel System
3.5 Resultant of Distributed Force Systems
Chapter 4 RESULTANTS OF NONCOPLANAR FORCE 46 (10)
SYSTEMS
4.1 Noncoplanar Force Systems
4.2 Resultants of a Noncoplanar Force
System
4.3 Concurrent System
4.4 Parallel System
4.5 Nonconcurrent, Nonparallel System
Chapter 5 EQUILIBRIUM OF COPLANAR FORCE 56 (24)
SYSTEMS
5.1 Equilibrium of a Coplanar Force System
5.2 Two-Force Members
5.3 Concurrent System
5.4 Parallel System
5.5 Nonconcurrent, Nonparallel System
5.6 Remarks--Free Body Diagrams
Chapter 6 EQUILIBRIUM OF NONCOPLANAR FORCE 80 (17)
SYSTEMS
6.1 Equilibrium of a Noncoplanar Force
System
6.2 Parallel System
6.3 Concurrent System
6.4 Nonconcurrent, Nonparallel System
Chapter 7 TRUSSES AND CABLES 97 (18)
7.1 Trusses and Cables
7.2 Trusses
7.3 Cables
Chapter 8 FORCES IN BEAMS 115(12)
8.1 Beams
8.2 Types of Beams
8.3 Shear and Moment
8.4 Shear and Moment Diagrams
8.5 Slope of the Shear Diagram
8.6 Change in Shear
8.7 Slope of the Moment Diagram
8.8 Change in Moment
Chapter 9 FRICTION 127(28)
9.1 General Concepts
9.2 Laws of Friction
9.3 Jackscrew
9.4 Belt Friction and Brake Bands
9.5 Rolling Resistance
Chapter 10 FIRST MOMENTS AND CENTROIDS 155(29)
10.1 Centroid of an Assemblage
10.2 Centroid of a Continuous Quantity
10.3 Theorems of Pappus and Guldinus
10.4 Center of Pressure
Chapter 11 VIRTUAL WORK 184(11)
11.1 Virtual Displacement and Virtual Work
11.2 Equilibrium
11.3 Stable Equilibrium
11.4 Unstable Equilibrium
11.5 Neutral Equilibrium
11.6 Summary of Equilibrium
Chapter 12 KINEMATICS OF A PARTICLE 195(34)
12.1 Kinematics
12.2 Rectilinear Motion
12.3 Curvilinear Motion
12.4 Rectangular Components
12.5 Tangential and Normal Components
12.6 Radial and Transverse Components
12.7 Units
Chapter 13 DYNAMICS OF A PARTICLE 229(32)
13.1 Newton's Laws of Motion
13.2 Units
13.3 Acceleration
13.4 D'Alembert's Principle
13.5 Problems in Dynamics
Chapter 14 KINEMATICS OF A RIGID BODY IN 261(37)
PLANE MOTION
14.1 Plane Motion of a Rigid Body
14.2 Translation
14.3 Rotation
14.4 Instantaneous Axis of Rotation
14.5 Coriolis' Acceleration
Chapter 15 MOMENTS OF INERTIA 298(32)
15.1 Axial Moment of Inertia of an Element
of Area
15.2 Polar Moment of Inertia of an Element
of Area
15.3 Product of Inertia of an Element of
Area
15.4 Axial Moment of Inertia of an Area
15.5 Radius of Gyration of an Area
15.6 Polar Moment of Inertia of an Area
15.7 Product of Inertia of an Area
15.8 Parallel Axis Theorem
15.9 Composite Area
15.10 Rotated Set of Axes
15.11 Mohr's Circle
15.12 Axial Moment of Inertia of an
Element of Mass
15.13 Axial Moment of Inertia of a Mass
15.14 Radius of Gryation of a Mass
15.15 Product of Inertia of a Mass
15.16 Parallel Axis Theorem for a Mass
15.17 Composite Mass
Chapter 16 DYNAMICS OF A RIGID BODY IN PLANE 330(64)
MOTION
16.1 Vector Equations of Plane Motion
16.2 Scalar Equations of Plane Motion
16.3 Pictorial Representation of the
Equations
16.4 Translation of a Rigid Body
16.5 Rotation of a Rigid Body
16.6 Center of Percussion
16.7 The Inertia-Force Method for Rigid
Bodies
Chapter 17 WORK AND ENERGY 394(30)
17.1 Work
17.2 Special Cases
17.3 Power
17.4 Efficiency
17.5 Kinetic Energy of a Particle
17.6 Work-Energy Relations for a Particle
17.7 Kinetic Energy T of a Rigid Body in
Translation
17.8 Kinetic Energy T of a Rigid Body in
Rotation
17.9 Kinetic Energy T of a Body in Plane
Motion
17.10 Potential Energy
17.11 Work-Energy Relations for a Rigid
Body
17.12 Law of Conservation of Energy
Chapter 18 IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM 424(38)
18.1 Linear Impulse-Momentum Relation for
a Particle
18.2 Linear Impulse-Momentum Relation for
an Assemblage of Particles
18.3 Moment of Momentum H(0)
18.4 Moment of Relative Momentum H(0)
18.5 Corresponding Scalar Equations
18.6 Units
18.7 Conservation of Linear Momentum
18.8 Conservation of Angular Momentum
18.9 Impact
18.10 Variable Mass
Chapter 19 MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS 462(31)
19.1 Definitions
19.2 Degrees of Freedom
19.3 Simple Harmonic Motion
19.4 Multicomponent Systems
19.5 Units
Appendix A SI UNITS 493(2)
Appendix B FIRST MOMENTS AND CENTROIDS 495(2)
Appendix C COMPUTER SOLUTIONS TO SELECTED 497(4)
PROBLEMS
Appendix D SAMPLE SCREENS FROM THE COMPANION 501(16)
SCHAUM'S ELECTRONIC TUTOR
INDEX 517

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