Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics (12th Edition)

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Download Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics 12th Edition written by Ferdinand Beer; E. Johnston; David Mazurek in PDF format. This book is under the category Mechanical Engineering and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1259977269/9781259977268. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Ferdinand Beer , E. Johnston , David Mazurek

file-type

PDF

isbn10

1259977269

isbn13

9781259977268

language

English

publisher

‎ McGraw Hill


Book Description

One of the primary goals of an introductory mechanics course is to assist students in developing the ability to first analyze problems in a straightforward and rational manner, and then to apply fundamental principles to the solutions of those problems. It is absolutely necessary to have a solid conceptual understanding of these fundamental mechanics principles in order to successfully solve problems involving mechanics. This updated version of Vector Mechanics for Engineers will be of assistance to instructors in accomplishing the aforementioned goals. This edition continues in the tradition of its highly successful earlier editions by providing coverage that is both conceptually accurate and exhaustive, as well as a significant update to the exercise sets and online distribution of homework problems to your students.

New case studies and other improvements have been made to the text and to Connect for the 12th edition. The problem sets have always stood out as a distinctive feature of the Beer-Johnston series. This edition is the same as the others. There are over 650 homework problems in the book, and over half of them are either brand new or recently revised. This book takes an approach in which the mechanics of particles and the mechanics of rigid bodies are treated in a way that is clearly distinguished from one another. This is one of the characteristics of the approach. Because of this strategy, it is possible to think about straightforward practical applications at an earlier stage while delaying the introduction of more complex ideas. In addition, Connect features over a hundred problems based on the Free-Body Diagram Tool as well as process-oriented problems.

Additionally, McGraw-Connect Hill’s can be obtained. Connect is the only integrated learning system that gives students more control over their education by continuously adapting to deliver exactly what they need, when they need it, and how they need it. This makes students’ time in the classroom more productive. Connect makes it simple for teachers to give out homework, quizzes, and tests to their students, and it also grades and keeps track of the results of those assignments automatically. The problems are shuffled around to prevent students from communicating their solutions to one another, and they might also include a “multi-step solution” that provides assistance to students who are having difficulty.

Additional information

book-author

Ferdinand Beer , E. Johnston , David Mazurek

file-type

PDF

isbn10

1259977269

isbn13

9781259977268

language

English

publisher

‎ McGraw Hill

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