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Applied Dynamics in Engineering

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Title: Applied Dynamics in Engineering
Author: Michael Spektor
ISBN: 0831135220 / 9780831135225
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 712
Publisher: Industrial Press
Year: 2016
Availability: In Stock
  • Description
  • Contents

This book is primarily a guide for professionals and can be used by students of Dynamics. It features 96 real-life problems in dynamics that are common in all engineering fields; including industrial, mechanical and electrical. And it uses a special table guide that allows the reader to find the solution to each specific problem. The descriptions of the solutions of problems are presented in the chapters 3 to 18.


  • The analysis of the structure of the differential equation of motion, as well as the analysis of the components that constitute this equation presented in the Chapter 1 allow readers to understand the principles of composing the differential equation of motion for actual engineering systems.
  • Presents the straightforward universal methodology of solving linear differential equations of motion based on the Laplace transform.
  • The table of Laplace Transform pairs presented in the Chapter 1 is based on reviewing numerous related analytical sources and represents a comprehensive source containing sufficient information for solving the differential equations of motion for common engineering systems.
  • Helps determine the number of possible common engineering problems based on the analysis of the structure of the differential equation of motion, as well as on the realistic resisting and active loading factors that constitute the differential equation of motion.
  • Each paragraph represents a standalone description.  There is no need to look for notations or analytical techniques throughout the book. The book contains all required supplemental information for solving the problems.


Chapter 1 : Principles of Applied Dynamics
Chapter 2 : Common Engineering Problems in Dynamics
Chapter 3 : Force of Inertia
Chapter 4 : Friction
Chapter 5 : Constant Resistance
Chapter 6 : Constant Resistance and Friction
Chapter 7 : Stiffness
Chapter 8 : Stiffness and Friction
Chapter 9 : Stiffness and Constant Resistance
Chapter 10 : Stiffness, Constant Resistance, and Friction
Chapter 11 : Damping
Chapter 12 : Damping and Friction
Chapter 13 : Damping and Constant Resistance
Chapter 14 : Damping, Constant Resistance, and Friction
Chapter 15 : Damping and Stiffness
Chapter 16 : Damping, Stiffness, and Friction
Chapter 17 : Damping, Stiffness, and Constant Resistance
Chapter 18 : Damping, Stiffness, Constant Resistance, and Friction
Chapter 19 : Examples of Two-Dimensional Motion


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