Monday, May 14, 2018

Mechanical Engineering Principles By JOHN BIRD and CARL ROSS

Mechanical Engineering Principles By JOHN BIRD and CARL ROSS
1 The effects of forces on materials
2 Tensile testing
3 Forces acting at a point
4 Forces in structures
5 Simply supported beams
6 Bending moment and shear force diagrams
7 First and second moment of areas
8 Bending of beams
9 Torque
10 Twisting of shafts
11 Linear and angular motion
12 Linear momentum and impulse
13 Force, mass and acceleration
14 Work, energy and power
15 Friction
16 Motion in a circle
17 Simple harmonic motion
18 Simple machines
19 Heat energy and transfer
20 Thermal expansion
21 Hydrostatics
22 Fluid flow
23 Ideal gas laws
24 The measurement of temperature
Mechanical Engineering Principles aims to broaden the reader’s knowledge of the basic principles that are fundamental to mechanical engineering design and the operation of mechanical systems.
Modern engineering systems and products still rely upon static and dynamic principles to make them work. Even systems that appear to be entirely electronic have a physical presence governed by the principles of statics. For clarity, the text is divided into three sections, these being:


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