Introduction to Mechanism Design by Eric Constans; Karl B. DyerIntroduction to Mechanism Design: with Computer Applications provides an updated approach to undergraduate Mechanism Design and Kinematics courses/modules for engineering students. The use of web-based simulations, solid modeling, and software such as MATLAB and Excel is employed to link the design process with the latest software tools for the design and analysis of mechanisms and machines. While a mechanical engineer might brainstorm with a pencil and sketch pad, the final result is developed and communicated through CAD and computational visualizations. This modern approach to mechanical design processes has not been fully integrated in most books, as it is in this new text.
Publication Date: 2018-07-31
Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics by S. S. BhavikattiStandard notations are used throughout.All problems are solved systematically to illustrate the correct method of answering.ABOUT THE BOOK:This is a comprehensive book catering to the requirements of Engineering Mechanics course at undergraduate level. Emphasis has been laid on drawing neat free-body diagrams and then applying the laws of mechanics systematically. Standard notations are used throughout and important points are stressed. All problems are solved systematically to illustrate the correct method of answering.
Publication Date: 2011-06-01
Mechanical Engineering Principles by John Bird; Carl T. F. RossIn this book John Bird and Carl Ross introduce mechanical principles and technology through examples and applications - enabling students to develop a sound understanding of the principles needed by professional engineers and technicians. No previous background in engineering is assumed and theoretical concepts are supported by over 600 problems and worked examples. This completely new text is designed to match a wide range of pre-degree courses, and provide an accessible introduction for undergraduates with no previous background in engineering studies. The authors have ensured syllabus-match for the leading UK courses at this level: AVCE optional units Mechanical Engineering Principles and Further Mechanical Engineering Principles, and the new BTEC National unit: Mechanical Principles. A student-friendly introduction to core engineering topics which does not assume any background in engineering studies A brand new text matched to the latest syllabus requirements Includes over 600 problems and 400 worked examples