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Table of Contents
                            Mechanics
Introduction
Fundamentals of Kinematics
	1. General Concepts of Motion
		Basic Problem of Mechanics
		1.1. Translational Motion of Bodies. Material Point
		1.2. Position of a Body in Space. Reference System
		1.3. Displacement
		1.4. On Vector Quantities
		1.5. Projections of a Vector onto Coordinate Axes and Operations on Projections
		1.6. Uniform Rectilinear Motion. Velocity
		1.7. Graphic Representation of Motion
		1.8. Relative Nature of Motion
		1.9. On System of Units
		Summary
	2. Nonuniform Rectilinear Motion
		Velocity May Change
		2.1. Velocity of Nonuniform Motion
		22. Acceleration. Uniformly Accelerated Motion
		2.3. Displacement in Uniformly Accelerated Motion
		24. Measurement of Acceleration
		2.5. Free Fall. Acceleration Due to Gravity
		Summary
	3. Curvilinear Motion
		Motion More Complex than Rectilinear
		3.1. Displacement and Velocity in Curvilinear Motion
		3.2. Acceleration in Uniform Motion of a Body in a Circle
		3.3. Period and Frequency of a Body Moving in a Circle
		3.4. Motion on a Routing Body
		Summary
Fundamentals of Dynamics
	4. Laws of Motion
		The Most Important Question is “Why”
		4.1. Bodies and Surroundings. Newton’s First Law
		4.2. Interaction of Bodies. Acceleration of Bodies as a Result of Their Interaction
		4.3. Inertia of Bodies
		4.4. Mass of Bodies
		4.5. Force
		4.6. Newton’s Second Law
		4.7. What Do We Learn from Newton’s Second Law?
		4.8. Measurement of Force
		4.9. Newton’s Third Law
		Summary. The Importance of Newton’s Laws
	5. Forces in Nature
		Are There Many Types of Force in Nature?
		5.1. Elastic Forces
		5.2. Motion Is the Cause of Deformation
		5.3. Force of Universal Gravitation
		5.4. Gravitational Constant
		5.5. Force of Gravity
		5.6. Friction. Static Friction
		5.7. Sliding Friction
		Summary
	6. Application of the Laws of Dynamics
		The Same Laws of Motion for All Forces
		6.1. Motion of a Body Under the Action of Elastic Force
		6.2. Motion Under the Action of Force of Gravity: a Body Moves Along the Vertical
		6.3. Motion Under the Action of Force of Gravity: Initial Velocity of a Body Is at an Angle to the Horizontal
		6.4. Weight of a Body. Weightlessness
		6.5. Weight of a Body Moving with an Acceleration
		6.6. Artificial Earth’s Satellites. Orbital Velocity
		6.7. Motion of a Body Under the Action of Friction
		6.8. Motion of a Body Under the Action of Several Forces
		6.9. Motion on Bends
		6.10. Conditions of Translatory Motion of Bodies. Centre of Mass and Centre of Gravity
		6.11. Are the Laws of Newtonian Mechanics Always Valid? (Motion from Different Points of View)
		Summary
	7. Fundamentals of Statics (Equilibrium of Bodies)
		What Does Statics Study?
		7.1. Equilibrium of Bodies in the Absence of Rotation
		7.2. Equilibrium of Bodies with a Fixed Axis of Rotation
		7.3. Stability of Equilibrium of Bodies
		Summary
Conservation Laws in Mechanics
	8. The Law of Conservation of Momentum
		Physical Quantities That Are Conserved
		8.1. Force and Momentum
		8.2. The Law of Conservation of Momentum
		8.3. Reaction Propulsion
		Summary
	9. The Law of Conservation of Energy
		One of the Most Important Quantities in Science and Engineering
		9.1. Mechanical Work
		9.2. Work Done by Forces Applied to a Body and the Change in Its Velocity
		9.3. Work Done by the Force of Gravity
		9.4. Potential Energy of a Body Acted upon by the Force of Gravity
		9.5. Work Done by an Elastic Force: Potential Energy of a Body Subject to Elastic Deformation
		9.6. The Law of Conservation of Total Mechanical Energy
		9.7. Friction Work and Mechanical Energy
		9.8. Power
		9.9. Energy Transformation. Utilization of Machinery
		9.10. Efficiency
		9.11. Flow of Fluid in Pipes. Bernoulli’s Law
		Summary
	On the Importance of Conservation Laws
Conclusion
Practical Work
	1. Determination of the Acceleration of a Body in Uniformly Accelerated Motion
	2. Measurement of the Rigidity of a Spring
	3. Determination of the Coeflicient of Sliding Friction
	4. Analysis of Motion of a Body Along a Parabola
	5. Analysis of Motion of a Body in a Circle
	6. Equilibrium Conditions for a Lever
	7. Determination of the Centre of Gravity of a Flat Plate
	8. Experimental Investigation of the Law of Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Answers to Exercises
Index
                        

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