This concise and authoritative book emphasizes basic principles and problem formulation. It illustrates both the cohesiveness of the relatively few fundamental ideas in this area and the great variety of problems these ideas solve. All of the problems address principles and procedures inherent in the design and analysis of engineering structures and mechanical systems, with many of the problems referring explicitly to design considerations.
Sample problems are presented in a single page format with comments and cautions keyed to salient points in the solution.
-- Illustrations are color coordinated to identify related ideas throughout the book (e.g., red = forces and moments, green = velocity and acceleration).
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This update continues the same high standards set by previous editions and adds new features of help and interest to students. Explains how to construct and solve mathematical models which describe the effects of force and motion on a variety of structures and machines. Contains a vast amount of problems, ranging from simple to complex, which deal with principles and procedures inherent in the design of engineering structures and mechanical systems. Sample problems with detailed solutions include helpful observations of common errors and pitfalls to be avoided.
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Descripción Wiley, 1993. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0471592722