REEDS APPLIED MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS
|Publisher||Thomas Reed Publications|
|D O W N L O A D|
Here is one of the best volumes on the subject of applied mechanics, which has already granted worldwide popularity among engineers. The book opens with the chapter on the vectors and associated diagrams, covering all relevant aspects such as the Bow’s notation, parallel and concurrent forces, non-coplanar forces and others. The second chapter addresses the acceleration and velocity including the angular ones, projectiles, instantaneous center and relative velocity.
The third chapter covers such important matters as the mass and accelerating force, as well as the momentum and torque, while the next one sheds some light on the centripetal acceleration. This one is followed by the chapters devoted to the sliding friction, moments and lifting machines, strain and stress, riveted joints, and pressure vessels.
After that the reader proceeds to the chapters dealing with the beams, including the equilibrium condition, cantilevers, bending, associated stresses, section modulus, direct and bending stress, and torsion. Finally, the closing chapter is completely devoted to the hydraulics including the volumetric expansion, pressure, friction, centrifugal pumps etc.
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