Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics – Anthony Bedford – 4th Edition


The main objective in this is to teach fundamental concepts and . Instead of presenting the as a sequence of independent methods, their coherence is emphasized by demonstrating that energy and techniques can be derived from Newton’s second law.
The same approach is applied to a particle to obtain equations describing the dynamics of rigid bodies, and in explaining the motion of these bodies the vector of angular velocity and the vector equations describing the movements are consistently employed relative points. To help students identify important outcomes, the key equations are highlighted, and the concepts discussed in each chapter are reinforced by presenting them back in a summary at the end of each chapter.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Movement of a point
3. Strength, mass and acceleration
4. Energy methods
5. Methods of the amount of movement
6. Flat kinematics of rigid bodies
7. Two-dimensional dynamics of rigid bodies
8. Energy and momentum in the flat dynamics of rigid bodies
9. Kinematic and dynamic three-dimensional rigid bodies
10. Vibrations
Appendix A. Math review
Appendix B. Area and Line Properties
Appendix C. Properties of volumes and homogeneous bodies
Appendix D. Spherical coordinates
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