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Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics (Hardcover, 1st Ed/8th Printing)
"The importance of mechanics in the preparation of young engineers for work in specialized fields cannot be overemphasized. The demand from industry is more and more for young men who are soundly grounded in their fundamental subjects, rather than for those with specialized training.— from the Preface
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GOOD: For its age this book is in amazing condition. It has been downgraded due to the previous owner having written his name in ink on the first page along with what appear to be page numbers.
This is a 1st edition, 8th printing of the 1937 version of Timoshenko and Young’s book on Engineering Mechanics in the field of Dynamics. The authors describe the book as going beyond what is normally taught in an Engineering Mechanics class.Areas of expansion include: (1) vibration problems in engineering for which they believe elementary courses must now (1937) consider this important class of problems to be effective; (2) articles on elliptic harmonic motion and planetary engineering; and (3) a chapter on relative motion, together with applications to the solution of engineering problems.
I Kinematics of a Particle
II Principles of Dynamics
III Rectilinear Translation
IV Curvilinear Translation
V Rotation of a Body About a Fixed Axis
VI Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies
VII Relative Motion
- Timoshenko, S.; Young, D. H.
- McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.
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- 5.6” x 8.5” x 0.9”
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