** About the book** ANALYTICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICS contains a logically consistent, analytical development of mechanics (statics and dynamics), illustrated by a large number of examples of engineering interest. The exercises given at the end of each chapter are all partially solved. On studying the book, the reader will discover the underlying beauty of the subject, apart from learning the intricate engineering applications. The prerequisites of the book are the methods of Calculus, Differential Equations, Vector Algebra and elements of Vector Calculus. Calculus of Variations has also been used in an informal way.
The book will be useful as a text book for undergraduate courses of engineering and mathematics and as a basic reference book on mechanics for scholars at higher levels. |

**Table of Contents** Preface / Fundamental Concepts and Laws of Mechanics / Part I: Analytical Statics: System of Coplanar Forces Acting on a Body / Some Special Problems / Centre of Gravity / Equilibrium of Flexible Strings / Bending of Beams / The Variational Principle of Statics / Stability of Equilibrium / System of Forces in Three Dimensions / Part II: Analytical Dynamics: Basic Equations of Newtonian Dynamics of Constant Mass / Rectilinear Motion of a Particle / Motion in a Plane : Cartesian Coordinates / Motion in a Plane : Polar Coordinates / Constrained Motion in a Plane / Motion of a Body of Varying Mass / Motion of a Rigid Body Parallel to a Plane and About a Fixed Point / Impulsive Motion of a Rigid Body Parallel to a Plane / Lagrange’s and Hamilton’s Equations of Motion / Bibliography / Index.
**Audience**
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Researchers and Professionals |