Mechanics of MachinesBook - 1990
Mechanics of Machines uses applications and numerical examples that offer a realistic appreciation of actual system parameters and performance. Its logical two-part organization allows the individual principles to be readily identified and systematically studied. And as a self-contained book it will serve as an excellent source for mechanics students and mechanical engineers. Includes hundreds of worked examples, illustrating the basic principles of mechanics. Explains the application of control systems to robotics. Contains extensive chapter-end problems, allowing readers to immediately apply what they've just learned.
Publisher: New York : Industrial Press, c1990
Branch Call Number: 621.811/RYD