Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics (14th Edition)

Download Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics (14th Edition) written by Russell C. Hibbeler in PDF format. This book is under the category Engineering and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 133915425/9780133915426. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Russell C. Hibbeler

publisher

Pearson; 14th edition (April 10; 2015)

file-type

PDF

pages

1464 pages

language

English

isbn10

133915425

isbn13

9780133915426


Book Description

A Tried and True Method for Conceptual Understanding and the Development of Problem-solving Abilities The Statics and the Dynamics of Engineering Mechanics The 14th edition (PDF) does an excellent job of presenting a presentation of the theory and application of engineering mechanics that is both straightforward and comprehensive. College students are given the tools they need to be successful in Engineering Mechanics by drawing upon Professor Hibbeler’s incredible everyday classroom expertise as well as his knowledge of how college students study these subjects. This e-textbook is fashioned by the opinions and recommendations of hundreds of reviewers who work in the teaching profession; in addition, many of the author’s own students contributed to the shaping of this e-textbook.

This revised and improved edition of the Preliminary Problems is included in the 14th edition of the book. These problems are designed to help engineering students acquire conceptual knowledge and strengthen problem-solving abilities. The e-book includes a wide range of issues from a variety of engineering specializations, with an emphasis on realistic and practical scenarios that are likely to be encountered in professional practice, and with varied degrees of difficulty.

Also available with the online homework, lesson, and assessment program MasteringEngineering, which must be purchased separately. This product was created to operate in conjunction with this textbook to help students become more engaged and improve their performance. Students in higher education can benefit from personalised instruction that is delivered in the form of interactive and self-paced tutorials. Students of engineering are able to actively learn, comprehend, and remember even the most complex concepts because to the large variety of activities that are available to them. Students are guided through engineering principles using a methodical, step-by-step approach by both the textbook and MasteringEngineering, which works together to accomplish this.

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