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Lecture Notes and Exercises on Statics

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Lecture Notes and Exercises on Statics
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Number of pages: 121

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Course objectives: To understand and use the general ideas of force vectors and equilibrium of particle and rigid body; To understand and use the general ideas of structural analysis and internal force and friction; To understand and use the general ideas of center of gravity, centroids and moments of inertia.

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