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Over the past 50 years, Meriam amp Kraige's "Engineering Mechanics: Statics" has established a highly respected tradition of Excellence, a tradition that emphasizes accuracy, rigor, clarity, and applications. Now completely revised, redesigned, and modernized, the new fifth edition of this classic text builds on these strengths, adding new problems and a more accessible, student--friendly presentation. New Features include: Accessibility: New Contributors Bill Palm has revised the text to make it easier to understand; Pedagogy: End-of-Chapter summaries and highlighted "key concepts" sections help students remember key points; New Application Areas: Includes new application areas such as biomechanics; New Homework Problems: 50 per cent of the problems are new or revised; Solving Problem With...: A Series of optional booklets on "Solving Statics Problems with" Matlab, Mathcad, and Maple Web-Based Problem Solving: A Collection of over 150 online problems; Extension Sample Problems: These problems show how computational tools can be used to solve a variety of 'What If' Scenarios; Electronic Figures and Electronic Transparencies of Solved Problems: Text figures and more than 100 solved problems are available on the Web.
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