A Textbook Of Engineering Mechanics (As Per Jntu Syllabus)
New Age International, 2007 - 418 pages
Engineering Mechanics Is A Core Subject Taught To Engineering Students In The First Year Of Their Course By Going Through This Subject. The Students Develop The Capability To Model Actual Problem In To An Engineering Problem And Find The Solutions Using Laws At Mechanics. The Neat Free-Body Diagrams Are Presented And Problems Are Solved Systematically To Make The Procedure Clear. Throughout Si Units And Standard Notations Are Recommended By Indian Standard Codes Are Used. The Author Has Tried To Meet The Needs Of Syllabi Of Almost All Universities.
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