

Engineering Mechanics Dynamics 5/e SI Units

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ISBN10 : 9810679742 ISBN13 : 9789810679743 
ÃâÆÇ»ç : Prentice Hall 
ÃâÆÇ³â : 2008 
ÆäÀÌÁö : 676 pages 
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Description  This is the 5th SI Edition, adapted based on the current 5th U.S. edition, and it is published in fullcolour. All examples, exercises and solutions have been adapted into SI units wherever U.S. customary units are used. As with the original U.S. 5th edition, the SI Edition takes a critical thinking approach to help introductory students learn to think like engineers. Compelling photorealistic art and a robust photograph program prompt students to visualize and think critically about engineering situations while Optional Design Examples and Computational Examples expose students to important ABET topics. Available to lecturers:  The Solutions Manual, which is available on My Asian Companion Website has been adapted wherever U.S. customary units have been used in the diagrams or powerpoint slides.  Also available are the freebody diagrams and example images from the textbook. Features  Available to lecturers:  The Solutions Manual, which is available on My Asian Companion Website has been adapted wherever U.S. customary units have been used in the diagrams or powerpoint slides.  Also available are the freebody diagrams and example images from the textbook. Active Example  A new example format that encourages students to spend more time thinking critically about the concepts. Each section contains an Active Example that is presented in a format that integrates the text and art. A Practice Problem is included within each Active Example to allow students to check their understanding. To give students additional motivation to check their understanding, the answer and full solution to the Practice Problem are included in the back of the book. Examplefocused Problems  Homework problems designed to encourage students to return to a previous example in the section and study it to expand their understanding of the concept. Professors can easily identify and assign these problems to encourage further study of particular examples. ,b>Results? Subsections that present essential contents of each section. Explanations and their associated figures are presented in the same text/art format as the Active Example. Photorealistic Art Program ? Specially rendered illustrations of near photographicquality. Helps students connect visually to engineering scenarios.



12. Engineering and Mechanics. Engineering and Mechanics. Learning Mechanics. Fundamental Concepts. Units. Newtonian Gravitation. 13. Motion of a Point. Position, Velocity, and Acceleration. StraightLine Motion. Curvilinear Motion. 14. Force, Mass, and Acceleration. Newton's Second Law. Equation of Motion for the Center of Mass. Inertial Reference Frames. Applications. Orbital Mechanics. Numerical Solutions. 15. Energy Methods. Work and Kinetic Energy. Principle of Work and Energy. Work and Power. Work Done by Particular Forces. Potential Energy. Conservation of Energy. Conservative Forces. Relationship between Force and Potential Energy. 16. Momentum Methods. Principle of Impulse and Momentum. Conservation of Linear Momentum. Impacts. Angular Momentum. Mass Flows. 17. Planar Kinematics of Rigid Bodies. Rigid Bodies and Types of Motion. Rotation about a Fixed Axis. General Motions: Velocities. General Motions: Accelerations. Sliding Contacts. Moving Reference Frames. 18. Planar Dynamics of Rigid Bodies. Preview of the Equations of Motion. Momentum Principles for a System of Particles. Derivation of the Equations of Motion. Applications. Numerical Solutions. Appendix: Moments of Inertia. 19. Energy and Momentum in RigidBody Dynamics. Principle of Work and Energy. Kinetic Energy. Work and Potential Energy. Power. Principles of Impulse and Momentum. Impacts. 20. ThreeDimensional Kinematics and Dynamics of Rigid Bodies. Kinematics. Euler's Equations. The Euler Angles. Appendix: Moments and Products of Inertia. 21. Vibrations Conservative Systems. Damped Vibrations. Forced Vibrations. Appendix A. Review of Mathematics. Appendix B. Properties of Areas and Lines. Appendix C. Properties of Volumes and Homogeneous Objects. Appendix D. Spherical Coordinates. Appendix E. D'Alembert's Principle.



Anthony Bedford University of Texas at Austin Wallace Fowler University of Texas at Austin



