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About the Author
G Sankarasubramanian :- G Sankarasubramanian, is a professor of Civil Engineering at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. He was awarded BE (Hons) at PSG College of Technology, University of Madras in 1984; MTech from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur in 1985. He obtained his PhD degree in Civil Engineering from Bharathiar University in 1996. He is a Fellow of The Institution of Engineers (India), Fellow of Indian Concrete Institute (FICI) and Fellow of Indian Water Works Association (FIWWA). He has organized national conferences and short-term training programmes and delivered special lectures in many faculty development programmes. Dr Sankarasubramanian is the coordinator of IGNOU programme study centre for engineering programmes.S Rajasekaran :- Dr S Rajasekaran is the Professor Emeritus, Department of Civil Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. With a brilliant academic record and teaching career, which includes assignments abroad, Dr Rajasekaran has been honoured with many national awards and is associated with various world bodies. He has published about 275 papers in national and international journals and conferences besides authoring 17 books.
Dr G Sankarasubramanian is Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. He has a brilliant academic record and has published papers in national and international journals and conferences and authored five books. He is a member of many national and international bodies.
About the Book
Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics is a textbook designed essentially for all engineering students. It explains the fundamental concepts and principles udnerlying the subject and illustrates the application of numerical methods to solve engineering problems.
Statics of Particles—Concurrent Forces in plane
Statics of Particles—Concurrent Forces in space
Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-concurrent Forces in Plane
Statics of Rigid Bodies: Non-concurrent Forces in Space