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Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics

Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics

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Language English
Contributor(s) Ferdinand P. Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr.
Binding Paperback
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Overview: Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics

For all the undergraduate engineering students pursuing their course in mechanical engineering, it is important that they have a strong base on the basic concepts. Therefore, apart from the academic books, it is recommended to have a guidebook that can help you understand the concepts in a simpler manner with practices to improve your problem-solving capabilities. Such a book is the 'Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics,' and it is a helpful as well as useful in terms of gaining the knowledge of mechanics. The book is written by the famous academic books' writer duo of Ferdinand P. Beer and E. Russell Johnson Jr.

Content Of The Book

The 'Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics' is a reliable book for the engineering students. The book consists of various basic concepts, and skilled theories that most of the higher mechanisms are based on. There are various chapters that elaborately explain the topics with relevant examples in a lucid manner. The authors have incorporated the dynamics and mechanics of delivering a sound knowledge to the students through this book. The content of the book has an unmatched accuracy with significant innovations in the field of mechanical engineering. The problem-solving section of every chapter helps the students in revising the theories and concepts that they have learned in the chapter. The extensive study of mechanics in this book is also beneficial for those who are appearing for the entrance examination for higher education in the same field.

About The Authors

Ferdinand P. Beer and E. Russell Johnson Jr. are renowned names in academic books' writing. Their knowledge on undergraduate engineering mechanics is immense, and they have published a number of textbooks for the young students. They have managed to introduce and develop various theoretical and pedagogical innovations as well. Some of their famous works are 'Mechanics for Engineers, Statics,' 'Mechanics of Materials,' and 'Mechanics for Engineers: Statics and Dynamics.' You can order online for the paperback edition of the book published by McGraw-Hill Education with the ISBN-10 number of 0071004556 and the ISBN-13 number of 9780071004558.

Product Details
Language English
Publication Date March 1, 1990
Publisher McGraw-Hill Education (ISE Editions)
Contributor(s) Ferdinand P. Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr.
Binding Paperback
Edition Metric ed 4 Revised ed
Page Count 510
ISBN 10 0071004556
ISBN 13 9780071004558
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  1.  Good book to build understanding 1 May, 2013 On Junglee.com
    I have used this book as a reference as my part of college curriculum. I have found the book quite useful and elaborate in its explanation of the concepts. Typing mistakes or answer mistakes are too rare to find. The solved examples give a nice picture of the concept being discussed. The problems and scenarios discussed in the chapters are very close to real world situations and pre-conditions. The exercises are very useful to test your understanding of the concepts. So I enjoyed learning Dynamics through this book.
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