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Computational Dynamics (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 7. März 2001

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A practical approach to the computational methods used to solve real-world dynamics problems. Computational dynamics has grown rapidly in recent years with the advent of high-speed digital computers and the need to develop simulation and analysis computational capabilities for mechanical and aerospace systems that consist of interconnected bodies. "Computational Dynamics, Second Edition" offers a full introduction to the concepts, definitions, and techniques used in multibody dynamics and presents essential topics concerning kinematics and dynamics of motion in two and three dimensions. Skilfully organized into eight chapters that mirror the standard learning sequence of computational dynamics courses, this Second Edition begins with a discussion of classical techniques that review some of the fundamental concepts and formulations in the general field of dynamics. Next, it builds on these concepts in order to demonstrate the use of the methods as the foundation for the study of computational dynamics. Finally, the book presents different computational methodologies used in the computer-aided analysis of mechanical and aerospace systems.

Each chapter features simple examples that show the main ideas and procedures, as well as straightforward problem sets that facilitate learning and help readers build problem-solving skills. Clearly written and ready to apply, "Computational Dynamics, Second Edition" is a valuable reference for both aspiring and practicing mechanical and aerospace engineers.

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The last two decades have seen enormous progress in the computer-aided analysis of mechanical systems. Yet, to date, the vast majority of books that treat kinematics and the dynamics of motion are rooted mainly in classical methods and geared to the needs of physicists. Even more surprising is the fact that little or nothing has been written on modern computational methods for those who could benefit most from a comprehensive, pedagogically cohesive treatment of the subject—graduate-level students and professionals in mechanical and aerospace engineering. Computational Dynamics fills the gap in the literature by providing just such a treatment. Designed to function as an integral part of the course curricula taught in all mechanical and aerospace engineering departments, this book presents computational methods for the solution of real-world problems commonly encountered by professionals working in these fields. Computational Dynamics begins with a thorough introduction to relevant classical techniques. It then builds upon those techniques to demonstrate how they form the foundation for the study of modern computational dynamics. It offers in-depth coverage of kinematics and the dynamics of motion in three dimensions with an analytical development that includes Lagrangian and Hamiltonian methods as well as Newton-Euler equations. Real-life examples are provided throughout to help demonstrate how computational method are used to arrive at solutions for real-world engineering problems. In addition, problem sets presented at the end of each chapter are formulated to help readers to focus on the main concepts and computational methods discussed in the chapter. Computational Dynamics is geared specifically for senior undergraduate and graduate students of mechanical and aerospace engineering. It is also an indispensable resource for professionals who work in these and related fields. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Digital Download.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Clear, complete, very useful 22. Oktober 2001
Von D. Jung - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This is a great book. Very well written and easy to follow. I bought this because I wanted to know how to implement a constrained Newtonian physics engine. This book provided almost everything I needed to know. My only complaints are that there could be a bit more detail on computer techniques, and the math notation used seems unlike any other sources on the same subject I've come accross. Also, the information on modeling contact friction is sparse.
(Note that I read the e-book version, unfortunately. I assume the content is identical though. I'll never buy an Adobe format e-book again [see my review of the e-version])
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