Engineering mechanics. Statics / R.C. Hibbeler.Material type: TextPublisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Pearson, Edition: Thirteenth editionDescription: xxiii, 648 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cmContent type:
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- TA351 .H5 2013
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1. General principles -- Mechanics -- Fundamental concepts -- Units of measurement -- The International System of Units -- Numerical calculations -- General procedure for analysis -- 2. Force vectors -- Scalars and vectors -- Vector operations -- Vector addition of forces -- Addition of a system of coplanar forces -- Cartesian vectors -- Addition of Cartesian vectors -- Position vectors -- Force vector directed along a line -- Dot product -- 3. Equilibrium of a particle -- Condition for the equilibrium of a particle -- The free-body diagram -- Coplanar force systems -- Three-dimensional force systems -- 4. Force system resultants -- Moment of a force : scalar formulation -- Cross product --- Moment of a force : vector formulation -- Principle of moments -- Moment of a force about a specified axis -- Moment of a couple -- Simplification of a force and couple system -- Further simplification of a force and couple system -- Reduction of a simple distributed loading -- 5. Equilibrium of a rigid body -- Conditions for rigid-body equilibrium -- Free-body diagrams -- Equations of equilibrium -- Two- and three-force members-- Free-body diagrams -- Equations of equilibrium -- Constraints and statical determinacy -- 6. Structural analysis -- Simple trusses -- The method of joints -- Zero-force members -- The method of sections -- Space trusses -- Frames and machines -- 7. Internal loadings developed in structural members -- Shear and moment equations and diagrams -- Relations between distributed load, shear, and moment -- 8. Friction -- Characteristics of dry fiction -- Problems involving dry friction -- Wedges -- Frictional forces on screws -- Frictional forces on flat belts -- Frictional forces on collar bearings, pivot bearings, and disks -- Frictional forces on journal bearings -- Rolling resistance -- 9. Center of gravity and centroid -- Center of gravity, center of mass, and the centroid of a body -- Composite bodies -- Theorems of Pappus and Guldinus -- Resultant of a general distributed loading -- Fluid pressure -- 10. Moments of inertia -- Definition of moments of inertia for areas -- Parallel-axis theorem for an area -- Radius of gyration of an area -- Moments of inertia for composite areas -- Product of inertia for an area -- Moments of inertia for an area about inclined axes -- Mohr's circle for moments of inertia -- Mass moment of inertia -- 11. Virtual work -- Definition of work -- Principle of virtual work -- Principle of virtual work for a system of connected rigid bodies -- Conservative forces -- Potential energy -- Potential-energy criterion for equilibrium -- Stability of equilibrium configuration -- Appendix A. Mathematical review and expressions.
In his revision of 'Engineering Mechanics', R.C. Hibbeler empowers students to succeed in the whole learning experience. Hibbeler achieves this by calling on his everyday classroom experience and his knowledge of how students learn inside and outside of lecture.
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