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Editorial Reviews. Mechanical Engineering Science provides an introduction to the basic science and mechanics required by mechanical engineering students in their studies; it links in with and complements the authors' companion volume Applied Mechanics. This edition of a well-known classic text has been completely updated and includes new material giving extended coverage of power Cited by: Mechanical Science for Technicians, Volume 2 introduces the basic principles of stress-and-strain analysis.
The book is comprised of 10 chapters that cover various aspects of mechanical sciences. The text first details the principles of stress-and-strain analysis and then proceeds to tackling the second moments of area of beam Edition: 1.
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