## Engineering mechanics: statics and dynamics, Volume 1 |

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### Contents

Evolution of Mechanics | 1 |

Concurrency | 61 |

Part two Applications of Concurrent Systems | 130 |

Copyright | |

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analysis angle angular momentum angular velocity applied assumed axes axis centroid coefficient component equations concept condition conservation conservation theorems constant coordinate corresponding couple determine differential direction cosines displacement distance dynamics effect equal equilibrium equivalent Euler equations Example fluid force system free body diagram friction ft/sec given gravitational horizontal inertia ellipsoid inertia tensor inertial values integral involved kinematic kinetic energy kips lb-ft line of action linear momentum load located magnitude mass center mathematical maximum mechanics modulus Mohr's circle Newton's second law Note obtain particle perpendicular plane position vector potential energy pressure principle problem products of inertia quantity rad/sec radius reference frame relation relative represented resultant rigid body rotation scalar shear stress shown in Fig solution solving space specified spring static surface Synthesis theorem tion torque truss unit vector virtual zero