Focuses on the key concepts, models, and equations engineers need. Second Edition includes many updates in technology and new fields such as nanotechnology, bioinstrumentation, etc. See more information for table of contents - 232 chapters.
Covers basic subjects that mechanical engineers will meet in their careers as well as the analysis of important machine elements, including shafts, lugs, and shear pins together with mechanical fasteners such as bolts
Offers a detailed treatment of topics in statics, friction, kinematics, dynamics, energy relations, impulse and momentum, systems of particles, variable mass systems, and three-dimensional rigid body analysis.
With chapters on mathematical principles, physical units and standards as well as the fundamentals of mechanical, aerospace, electrical, chemical, and industrial engineering, this classic reference is more relevant than ever to both practicing engineers and students studying for the FE and PE exams.
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