Engineering Mechanics 
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Engineering Mechanics : (As Per The New Syllabus, B.Tech. 1 Year Of U.P ... Bhavikatti Limited preview  2008 
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bodies is directly body at point called celestial sphere change of momentum classical approach Classical mechanics concurrent forces acting dimensional analysis dimensional homogenity dimensions directly proportional earth surface engineering problems equal and opposite F1 and F2 fluid force F forces acting simultaneously forces are parallel forces Coplanar free body diagram Hence kg mass law of forces law of gravitation law of superposition law of transmissibility laws of mechanics line of action magnitude and direction Metre per second Newton’s first law Newton’s law Newton’s second law Newton’s third law Newtonian mechanics parallelogram law offorces particle rate of change represent F2 represented in magnitude represents the resultant resultant is represented resultant of F1 rigid body shown in Fig single plane Sir Issac Newton solid mechanics Strength of Materials system of forces system of units transmissibility of forces treated as rigid triangle law offorces unit of force Unit of g vector approach