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Mechanical Vibrations By Bob Williams
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This textbook is intended for a one-semester course in Mechanical Vibrations for any Mechanical Engineering curriculum. Covered are the modeling and solution of 1-dof linear first- and second-order... More > vibrational systems. Free and forced, undamped and damped systems are covered. Also covered are simple harmonic motion, phasors, logarithmic decrement, vibrational resonance, transmissibility, state-space methods, and general forcing functions. There is an introduction to the modeling and solutions of multi-dof vibrational systems. Throughout there is an emphasis on numerical examples and alternate solution approaches. MATLAB Software is used as a tool for vibrational motion solutions, plots, and animations throughout.< Less
Mechanics Principles On Your Mobile By Clive W. Humphris
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Mechanics Principles on your Mobile eBook provide handy portable reference and calculation software tools aimed at more experienced or professional readers not wanting the usual study approach in the... More > sister title (learning on your smartphone published by eptsoft) otherwise the overall content is similar and now available as PC, Tablet and Smartphone Apps. See Additional Notes at the back of the book for instructions to download the accompanying interactive App which brings the 250+ topics to life allowing you to insert your own values. Visually on a phone or tablet it looks almost identical to the eBook pages, except you can edit the inputs to update the graphics with hundreds of standard calculations or to evaluate more complex equations reflecting those changes, all redrawn to scale in colourful graphics your mobile device. Optional comprehensive PC version to download with even more features both applications can be unlocked with your eBook purchase receipt for no additional charge.< Less
High School Mechanics By Raymond Ciufo
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High School Mechanics Primer
High School Mechanics By Raymond Ciufo
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High School Mechanics Primer
The Mechanics of Reality Construction By Richard Lighthouse
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This short paper presents some basic and related concepts about the nature of reality construction. There are three kinds of electric force residing in the Electrical Universe. These are (1)... More > Ordinary thoughts, (2) Psychological intensities, and (3) Emotional intensities. An Electric force can become a physical mass under certain conditions. Examples and diagrams are presented to detail the concepts. Suggestions for future research are provided.< Less
High School Mechanics Workbook By Raymond Ciufo
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Workbook with answers for high school mechanics.
High School Mechanics Workbook By Raymond Ciufo
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Workbook with answers for high school mechanics.
Physics: Investigate the Mechanics of Nature By Jane Gardner
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Have you ever noticed that the physical world works in certain ways? When you push an object it moves. Skateboarders use force and motion to perform tricks. If you jump as high as you can,... More > you’ll quickly fall back to the ground. Baseball players use gravity to bring the ball back down when they throw it. The fascinating science of physics helps you understand why forces, motion, gravity, electricity, magnetism, light, and sound work in predictable ways. Physics: Investigate the Mechanics of Nature features graphic novel illustrations, interesting sidebars, youtube links, and a glossary of important vocabulary to bring the complex world of physics to life. Inquiry-based, age-appropriate projects include designing a skateboard park that maps the forces at work—both on the skateboarder and on the skateboard—and creating an electroscope to detect electric charges around your house or school. Physics can be fun!< Less
Mechanical Analysis of Motor Movements By Dr. Satender B. Singh
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Biomechanics is the study of the structure and function of biological systems by means of the methods of “mechanics.” – which is the branch of physics involving analysis of the... More > actions of forces. Within “mechanics” there are two sub-fields of study: (1) statics, which is the study of systems that are in a state of constant motion either at rest (with no motion) or moving with a constant velocity; and (2) dynamics, which is the study of systems in motion in which acceleration is present, which may involve kinematics (i.e., the study of the motion of bodies with respect to time, displacement, velocity, and speed of movement either in a straight line or in a rotary direction) and kinetics (the study of the forces associated with motion, including forces causing motion and forces resulting from motion).< Less
Introduction to Mechanics for Children By Ryan Shuell
eBook (ePub): $9.99
Mechanics is an area of science concerned with the behavior of physical bodies when subjected to forces or displacements, and the subsequent effects of the bodies on their environment. The... More > scientific discipline has its origins in Ancient Greece with the writings of Aristotle and Archimedes. During the early modern period, scientists such as Galileo, Kepler, and Newton, laid the foundation for what is now known as classical mechanics. It is a branch of classical physics that deals with particles that are either at rest or are moving with velocities significantly less than the speed of light. It can also be defined as a branch of science which deals with the motion of and forces on objects.< Less