Engineering Mechanics is print only.
Engineering Mechanics is an ideal introductory text for first-year engineering students covering the three basic topic areas: statics, introductory dynamics and introductory strength of materials.
Each chapter contains worked examples and self-assessment exercises to encourage students to test their own skills and knowledge as they progress.
McGraw-Hill Education / Australia
Country of Publication:
04 May 2010
Part 1: An Introduction 1. Mechanical engineering science 2. Mathematical tools 3. Fundamental concepts and units Part 2: Static Forces 4. Force and gravity 5. Concurrent forces 6. Non-current forces Part 3: Structural Analysis 7. Reactions at beam supports 8. Pin reactions in frames 9. Internal forces in trusses Part 4: Sliding Friction 10. Dry sliding friction 11. Friction on inclined planes 12. Screws and wedges Part 5: Laws of Motion 13. Linear motion 14. Rotational motion 15. Circular motion Part 6: Work and Energy 16. Work and power 17. Mechanical energy 18. Conservation of energy Part 7: Dynamic Systems 19. The force-acceleration method 20. The work-energy method 21. The impulse-momentum method Part 8: Mechanics of machines 22. The law of a machine 23. Simple machines 24. Mechanical drives Part 9: Stress and Elasticity 25. Tensile stress 26. Compressive and thermal stress 27. Shear and torsional stresses Part 10: Bending of Beams 28. Shear force and bending moment 29. Bending stress 30. Deflection of beams Part 11: Towards Engineering Design 31. Bolted and welded joints 32. Pressure vessels 33. Power transmission by shafts