# The Elements of Statics and Dynamics Part-1

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Introductory theory with solved examples is given in the book. The wide range of problems are also included for more practice and best results.

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Qty: Add to Wishlist  Introductory theory with solved examples is given in the book. The wide range of problems are also included for more practice and best results.

Table of Content:
• 1.    Introduction
• 2.    Composition and Resolution of Forces
• 3.    Composition and Resolution of Forces
• (Continued)
• 4.    Parallel Forces
• 5.    Moments
• 6.    Couples
• 7.    Equilibrium of a Rigid Body Acted on by
• Three Forces in a Plane
• 8.    General Conditions of Equilibrium of a Body
• Acted on by Forces in One Plane
• 9.    Centre of Gravity
• Centre of gravity of a Triangle, Tetrahedron, etc
• General formulae for the determination of the
• centre of gravity
• Determination of the centre of gravity of
• particles distributed in space
• 10.  Centre of Gravity (Continued)
• Properties of the centre of gravity
• Stable, unstable, and neutral equilibrium
• 11.  Centre of Gravity (Continued)
• Centre of gravity of any arc, any plane area, of a solid and
• surface of revolution, etc.
• 12.  Work
• 13.  Machines
• I.      The Lever
• II.     Pulleys and Systems of Pulleys
• III.    The Inclined Plane
• IV.   The Wheel and Axle
• Weston’s Differential Pulley
• V.     The Common Balance
• VI.   The Steelyards
• VII.  The Screw
• 14.  Friction
• Laws of Friction
• Equilibrium on a rough inclined plane
• Efficiency of machines
• Machines with friction
• 15.  Friction (Continued)
• 16.  Miscellaneous
• Bodies connected by smooth hinges
• Funicular, i.e. Rope, Polygon
• Tensions of Elastic Strings
• Graphic Constructions, Link and Force Polygons
• Formal proof of the Parallelogram of Forces
• Centre of gravity of a Circular Arc, and of a Sector and Segment of a Circle
• Centre of gravity of a Zone of a Sphere
• Centre of gravity of a Hollow and a Solid Hemisphere
• Virtual Work
• Roberval’s Balance
• 18.  Vectors
• Easy Miscellaneous Examples
• Harder Miscellaneous Examples