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STATICS AND DYNAMICS DEMYSTIFIED

Statics and Dynamics Demystified

Author(s)                 David McMahon
Publisher McGraw-Hill
Date 2006
Pages 246
Format pdf
Size 5 Mb

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   Statics and Dynamics Demystified is written for anyone who needs help learning the basic concept and definitions of statics and dynamics. Although geared somewhat for students taking engineering mechanics courses, this book is useful for a broad audience. Students who are taking freshman calculus-bused physics. which is mostly about statics and dynamics, will find this book useful allhough there are some topics here and there that are more advanced than what is covered in that course. Physics students will also find the book useful as a supplement or book to brush up with when taking undergraduate junior level mechanics classes. The last chapter briefly introduces advanced methods like the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian that physics students will find helpful. The purpose of the book is not to be all encompassing or thorough but instead the idea is to help the reader build a basic foundation tor die subject. Therefore, each chapter introduces a few key concepts you will find on a statics and dynamics syllabus. Then example problems are solved. Again, we are not trying to be exhaustively thorough but are instead trying to help students grasp the basic concepts. So, only a few select problems are solved to illustrate the methods used witheach type of problem. Chapicrsare relatively short (compared to what you might find in your textbook) and the end of each chapter has a quiz. For the most part each quiz, duplicates the types of problems solved in the text so you can test vour knowledge and gain confidence by repeating something you've already seen.

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