2020 by William Baumback, Bruce McGarvie, Vancouver Community College.
Written as a tool to master AutoCAD. No two students learn at the same pace, therefore the book was written with competency-based module; bite-size pieces that allow you to work at your own pace.
2021 by Wally Baumback, Vancouver Community College.
A tool to master AutoCAD 3D. No two students learn at the same pace, therefore the book was written with competency-based modules; bite-size pieces that allow you to work at your own pace.
2020 by Daniel W. Baker, Colorado State University, William Haynes, Massachusetts Maritime Academy.
A free, open-source textbook appropriate for anyone who wishes to learn more about vectors, forces, moments, static equilibrium, and the properties of shapes. Specifically, it has been written to be the textbook for Engineering Mechanics: Statics, the first course in the Engineering Mechanics series offered in most university-level engineering programs.
Content should prepare you for subsequent classes covering Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics and Mechanics of Materials. At its core, Engineering Statics provides the tools to solve static equilibrium problems for rigid bodies. The additional topics of resolving internal loads in rigid bodies and computing area moments of inertia are also included as stepping stones for later courses. Includes questions, examples, and interactives.