Published May 1984
by Springer-Verlag .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||311|
The present book collects the lectures and seminars delivered at the workshop on "Statics and Dynamics of Nonlinear Systems" held at the Centre for SCientific Culture "Ettore Majorana" in Erice; Italy, July 1 to 11, , in the framework of the International School of Materials Science and Technology. Mechanics can be subdivided in various ways: statics vs dynamics, particles vs rigid bodies, and 1 vs 2 vs 3 spatial dimensions. Thus a 12 chapter mechanics table of contents could look like this I. Statics A. particles 1) 1D 2) 2D 3) 3D B. rigid bodies 4) 1D 5) 2D 6) 3D II. Dynamics C. particles 7) 1D 8) 2D 9) 3D D. rigid bodies 10) 1D 11) 2D. I think Strogatz's Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos is a good introduction. A course's worth of his lectures teaching a class with this text is available online, as well. The lectures are on the YouTube channel "Cornell MAE" as a playlist. Shlomo Sternberg's Dynamical Systems is a good companion or second book on this topic. Statics: Analysis and Design of Systems in Equilibrium, by Sheri D. Sheppard of Stanford University, and Benson H. Tongue, University of California, Berkeley, offers a student-focused approach to Statics. With a strong emphasis on drawing free body diagrams, use of a structured problem-solving methodology, inclusion of real-world case studies, and robust pedagogy coupled with a truly engaging.
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