Vector Mechanics For Engineering Statics 10th Edition
- Publisher: Tata Mcgraw Hill
- ISBN-13: 9781259062698
- Pages: 600
- Binding: Paperback
- Year of Pub / Reprint Year: 2013
About The Book
A first course in mechanics should develop a student’s ability to analyze and solve problems using well-understood basic principles applied in a simple logical manner. The emphasis of this text focuses on the correct understanding of the principles of mechanics and on their application to the solution of engineering problems. In order to achieve the goal of being able to analyze mechanics problems.
Table Of Contents
1 Introduction 2 Statics of Particles 3 Rigid Bodies: Equivalent Systems of Forces 4 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies 5 Distributed Forces: Centroids and Centers of Gravity 6 Analysis of Structures 7 Forces in Beams and Cables 8 Friction 9 Distributed Forces: Moments of Inertia 10 Method of Virtual Work Fundamentals of Engineering Examination Index Answers to Problems
About The Authors
Ferdinand P. Beer was a French Mechanical Engineer and academician, who worked at the Lehigh University as chairman of the mechanics and mechanical engineering departments. He is best remembered for his contributions towards the literature of mechanics which are considered the foundation of structural academics today.
E. Russell Johnston Jr. was an American mechanical engineer and an academician who worked at the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Connecticut. He was also the Department Head for a brief period.
David F. Mazurek is the Professor of Civil Engineering at the Department of Engineering, U.S. Coast Guard Academy. He has previously served on General Dynamics’ Electric Boat Division, supporting the submarine construction and engineering design and analysis of pressure hulls and other structures.
The writers have also collaborated on Mechanics for Engineers.