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Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics

Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics

2nd Edition
By Gary Gray and Francesco Costanzo and Michael Plesha
ISBN10: 007338030X
ISBN13: 9780073380308
Copyright: 2013
09780073380308

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Chapter 1 - Setting the Stage for the Study of Dynamics

Chapter 2 - Particle Kinematics

Chapter 3 - Force and Acceleration Methods for Particles

Chapter 4 - Energy Methods for Particles

Chapter 5 - Momentum Methods for Particles

Chapter 6 - Planar Rigid Body Kinematics

Chapter 7 - Newton-Euler Equations for Planar Rigid Body Motion

Chapter 8 - Energy and Momentum Methods for Rigid Bodies

Chapter 9 - Mechanical Vibrations

Chapter 10 - Three-Dimensional Dynamics of Rigid Bodies

Appendix A - Mass Moments of Inertia

Appendix B - Angular Momentum of a Rigid Body

Appendix C - Answers to Selected Problems