Solid Mechanics (Mechanical) IES/GATE Handwritten Notes

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Topics in Solid Mechanics:

  • Equivalent force systems
  • Free-body diagrams
  • Equilibrium equations
  • Analysis of determinate trusses and frames
  • Friction; particle kinematics and dynamics
  • Dynamics of rigid bodies under planar motion
  • Law of conservation of energy
  • Law of conservation of momentum.

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