Engineering Mechanics

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This online reviewer is not intended to replace but rather to compliment your textbook in Engineering Mechanics. For easy reference, short review to basic principles and formulas are presented at the beginning of each topic. To make the best out from this online reviewer, make sure to read your textbook before jumping yourself here. The solution to each problem assumed that you already know the basic concept and principles in Engineering Mechanics.
 

Engineering Mechanics is divided into two major parts, namely Statics and Dynamics.
 

Statics is primarily concerned to system of forces applied to body at rest. It includes the following topics: resultant of force system; equilibrium of force system; cables; friction; trusses; frames; centroid; center of gravity; and moment of inertia.

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Rectangular Components of a Force Moment of a Force about a Point Couples
Resultant of Concurrent Forces Resultant of Parallel Force System Resultant of Non-concurrent, Non-parallel Force System
Equilibriumf of Concurrent Force System Equilibrium of Parallel Force System Equilibrium of Non-concurrent, Non-parallel Force System
Method of Joints for Simple Trusses Method of Sections for Simple Trusses Method of Members for Frames
Dry Friction Centroid of Plane Areas Moment of Inertia and Radius of Gyration

 

Dynamics is the study of body in motion. It covers the following: kinematics, dynamics, kinetics, work-energy equation, impulse and momentum, and mechanical vibrations.

Contents so far...

Rectilinear Translation Projectile Motion

 

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Re: Engineering Mechanics

who's the author of your reference book. my prof also used the same sample problems but i dont know what's her reference. please? thanks a lot.

Re: Engineering Mechanics

is there a lesson for space truss?? I don't understand this topic. help me please

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