Mechanics, 3/e

Mechanics, 3/e

Authors : D S Mathur & P S Hemne

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About the Author

D S Mathur :-

P S Hemne :-
He is having about 41 years of teaching experience. He was former Principal and Head of the Post-graduate Department of Physics of the reputed college of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. He is an Eminent Author of Sixteen text-books and reference books in Physics. Some of his most famous books are Heat, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics; Mechanics, B.Sc. Practical Physics; Introduction to Lasers Theory and Applications; and Physics for Degree Students of B.Sc. Part I, II, III for all Universities in India. Most of the above books are available online on Google and Amazon website. He was ex-Chairman, Board of studies (BOS) in Physics, and member of Perspective Plan of Gondwana University. He is Life member of Luminescence Society of India. RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur has awarded him Ph.D. degree for his interdisciplinary Research work on Phototherapy. He has prestigious Research work on photoluminescence.

About the Book

For Graduate/PG Level. The book presents a comprehensive study of important topics of Mechanics for students of pure and applied sciences, particularly students of B.Sc. (Pass and Honours) and Engineering in a brief, coherent and lucid manner. This book is prepared as per the present syllabi for UGC and the syllabi of most of the Indian Universities. The topics are so selected that the book covers mostly every aspect of Mechanics. Vector notations are used throughout the book which is a special feature of the book. Large number of solved examples, based on SI system of units are given at the end of each chapter. articlewise.


Table of Content

Contents: 1. Vectors 2. Reference Frams- Newton'S Lawas 3. Relativity 4. Non-Relastivistic Particle Dynamics 5. Conservation Laws - Law Of Conservation Of Energy 6. Conservation Laws (Contd.)7. Harmonic Oscillator 8. Harmonic Oscillator (Contd.) 9. Wave Motion 10. Dynamic Of Rigid Bodies 11.Gravitation - Fields And Potentials 12. Elascity 13. Bending Of Beams 14.Hydrodynamics - Viscosity 15. Production And Measurement