by Stefan Banach
Publisher: Polish Mathematical Society 1951
Number of pages: 550
Contents: Theory Of Vectors; Kinematics Of A Point; Dynamics Of A Material Point; Geometry Of Masses; Systems Of Material Points; Statics Of A Rigid Body; Kinematics Of A Rigid Body; Dynamics Of A Rigid Body; Principle Of Virtual Work; Dynamics Of Holonomic Systems; Variational Principles Op Mechanics.
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