# Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics - 6th Edtion

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Posted on 2012-04-16, by nguyenduy86.

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Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics - 6th Edtion
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Known for its accuracy, clarity, and applications, Meriam & Kraige's Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics has provided a solid foundation of mechanics principles for more than 50 years. Now in its new Sixth Edition, the text continues to help students develop their problem-solving skills with an extensive variety of highly interesting problems related to engineering design. In the new edition, more than 40% of the homework problems are new. There are also new sample problem and more photographs that link theory to application. To help students build necessary visualization and problem-solving skills, the text strongly emphasizes drawing free-body diagrams--the most important skill needed to solve mechanics problems.

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1 Comments for "Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics - 6th Edtion":

1. jeremiahI do not understand this term meta cetenr .Drawing a simple freebody diagram will give you the fastest explanation. You must have your CoG below your CoB so that when you start to tip to one side, the moment is self righting and resists the direction it is turning it. If the buoyancy force was acting below the cetenr of gravity it will push upwards on the far side of a turn causing the object to capsize faster.If meta cetenr means cetenr of volume then the answer is indeterminable without a density; in which case it would turn back into cetenr of gravity vs cetenr of buoyancy forces.
Posted by Deni on 2012-07-22 11:04, email hidden.