Introduction to statics and dynamics. Chapter 11

Introduction to statics and dynamics. Chapter 11 Many parts of practical machines and structures move in ways that can be idealized as straight-line motion (Chapter 6) or circular motion (Chapters 7 and 8). But often an engineer most analyze parts with more general motions, like a plane in unsteady flight, and a connecting rod in a car engine. Of course, the same basic laws of mechanics still apply. The chapter starts with the kinematics of a rigid body in two dimensions and then progresses to the mechanics and analysis of motions of a planar body.

Authors: Rudra P., Ruina A.Pages: 21     Year: 2001

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