This is the last book of three devoted to Mechanics, and uses the theoretical background presented in Classical Mechanics: Kinematics and Statics and Classical Mechanics: Dynamics. It focuses on exhibiting a unique approach, rooted in the classical mechanics, to study mechanical and electromagnetic processes occurring in Mechatronics. Contrary to the majority of the books devoted to Applied Mechanics, this volume places a particular emphasis on theory, modeling, analysis, and control of gyroscopic devices, including the military applications. This volume provides practicing mechanical/mechatronic engineers and designers, researchers, graduate and postgraduate students with a knowledge of mechanics focused directly on advanced applications.
This Book Of Applied Mechanics Is Intended For Students Of Engineering, Taking A First Course In The Subject Of Engineering Mechanics. The Book Is Written In A Simple Style Laying Great Emphasis On The Basic Concepts And Principles Of Mechanics And Their Applications Which Are Illustrated Through A Large Number Of Examples. Each Chapter Is Preceded By The Learning Outcomes And Concludes With Review Questions And Graded Problems For Practice From Which The Reader Can Judge His Achievement Of Learning Outcomes. The Book Will Be Immensely Useful For Students Beginning A Course Of Study In Engineering Degree Or Diploma For A Better Understanding Of Basic Concepts & Principles Of 'Mechanics' And For Teachers To Plan Their Instruction For The Subject In A Systematic Way.
The Advances in Applied Mechanics book series draws together recent significant advances in various topics in applied mechanics. Published since 1948, Advances in Applied Mechanics aims to provide authoritative review articles on topics in the mechanical sciences, primarily of interest to scientists and engineers working in the various branches of mechanics, but also of interest to the many who use the results of investigations in mechanics in various application areas, such as aerospace, chemical, civil, environmental, mechanical and nuclear engineering. •Covers all fields of the mechanical sciences •Highlights classical and modern areas of mechanics that are ready for review •Provides comprehensive coverage of the field in question
This book offers a concise, applications-oriented introduction to continuum mechanics. It begins with a review of vectors and tensors and their applications to the domain and boundary integrals. The remaining chapters cover kinematics, equilibrium and kinetics, elastic solids, and Newtonian fluids. Every chapter includes numerous worked examples and problems. By providing a reasonable balance between mathematical rigor and practical applications, between solids and fluids, and between linear and nonlinear theories, this timely book will be useful to engineering students, as well as practicing engineers and applied scientists.
Quantum mechanics is widely recognized as the basic law which governs all of nature, including all materials and devices. It has always been essential to the understanding of material properties, and as devices become smaller it is also essential for studying their behavior. Nevertheless, only a small fraction of graduate engineers and materials scientists take a course giving a systematic presentation of the subject. The courses for physics students tend to focus on the fundamentals and formal background, rather than on application, and do not fill the need. This invaluable text has been designed to fill the very apparent gap.The book covers those parts of quantum theory which may be necess...