Engineering Dynamics

ISBN-10: 0691135371
ISBN-13: 9780691135373
Edition: 2011
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Book details

List price: $77.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 3/25/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 704
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 3.344
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
What Is Dynamics?
Organization of the Book
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Newtonian Mechanics
Newton's Laws
A Deeper Look at Newton's Second Law
Building Models and the Free-Body Diagram
Constraints and Degrees of Freedom
A Discussion of Units
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Particle Dynamics in the Plane
Planar Kinematics and Kinetics of a Particle
The Simple Pendulum
More on Vectors and Reference Frames
Velocity and Acceleration in the Inertial Frame
Inertial Velocity and Acceleration in a Rotating Frame
The Polar Frame and Fictional Forces
An Introduction to Relative Motion
How to Solve a Dynamics Problem
Derivations-Properties of the Vector Derivative
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Linear and Angular Momentum of a Particle
Linear Momentum and Linear Impulse
Angular Momentum and Angular Impulse
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Energy of a Particle
Work and Power
Total Work and Kinetic Energy
Work Due to an Impulse
Conservative Forces and Potential Energy
Total Energy
Derivations-Conservative Forces and Potential Energy
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Planar Motion of a Multiparticle System
Linear Momentum of a Multiparticle System
Linear Momentum of a System of Particles
Impacts and Collisions
Mass Flow
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Angular Momentum and Energy of a Multiparticle System
Angular Momentum of a System of Particles
Angular Momentum Separation
Total Angular Momentum Relative to an Arbitrary Point
Work and Energy of a Multiparticle System
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Relative Motion and Rigid-Body Dynamics in Two Dimensions
Relative Motion in a Rotating Frame
Rotational Motion of a Planar Rigid Body
Relative Motion in a Rotating Frame
Planar Kinetics in a Rotating Frame
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Dynamics of a Planar Rigid Body
A Rigid Body Is a Multiparticle System
Translation of the Center of Mass-Euler's First Law
Rotation about the Center of Mass- Euler's Second Law
Rotation about an Arbitrary Body Point
Work and Energy of a Rigid Body
A Collection of Rigid Bodies and Particles
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Dynamics in Three Dimensions
Particle Kinematics and Kinetics in Three Dimensions
Two New Coordinate Systems
The Cylindrical and Spherical Reference Frames
Linear Momentum, Angular Momentum, and Energy
Relative Motion m Three Dimensions
Derivations-Euler's Theorem and the Angular Velocity
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Multiparticle and Rigid-Body Dynamics in Three Dimensions
Euler's Laws in Three Dimensions
Three-Dimensional Rotational Equations of Motion of a Rigid Body
The Moment Transport Theorem and the Parallel Axis Theorem in Three Dimensions
Dynamics of Multibody Systems in Three Dimensions
Rotating the Moment of Inertia Tensor
Angular Impulse in Three Dimensions
Work and Energy of a Rigid Body in Three Dimensions
Tutorials
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Problems
Advanced Topics
Some Important Examples
An Introduction to Vibrations and Linear Systems
Linearization and the Linearized Dynamics of an Airplane
Impacts of Finite-Sized Particles
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
An Introduction to Analytical Mechanics
Generalized Coordinates
Degrees of Freedom and Constraints
Lagrange's Method
Kane's Method
Key Ideas
Notes and Further Reading
Appendices
A Brief Review of Calculus
Continuous Functions
Differentiation
Integration
Higher Derivatives and the Taylor Series
Multivariable Functions and the Gradient
The Directional Derivative
Differential Volumes and Multiple Integration
Vector Algebra and Useful Identities
The Vector
Vector Magnitude
Vector Components
Vector Multiplication
Differential Equations
What Is a Differential Equation?
Some Common ODEs and Their Solutions
First-Order Form
Numerical Integration of an Initial Value Problem
Using Matlab to Solve ODEs
Moments of Inertia of Selected Bodies
Bibliography
Index

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