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Russell C. Hibbeler
Prentice Hall; 11 edition (May 4, 2006)
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Engineering Mechanics: Statics (Hardcover). Published May 4th 2006 by Prentice Hall. Author(s): Russell C. Hibbeler. ISBN: 0132215004 (ISBN13: 9780132215008).

In his revision of Engineering Mechanics, . Hibbeler empowers students to succeed in the whole learning experience. Hibbeler achieves this by calling on his everyday classroom experience and his knowledge of how students learn inside and outside of lecture. This text is ideal for civil and mechanical engineering professionals.

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Engineering Mechanics: Statics excels in providing a clear and thorough presentation of the theory and application of engineering mechanics. Engineering Mechanics empowers students to succeed by drawing upon Prof. 18 August 2019 (09:52). The book is divided into 11 chapters, in which the principles are first applied to simple, then to more complicated situations. In a general sense, each principle is applied first to a particle, then a rigid body subjected to a coplanar system of forces, and finally to three-dimensional force systems acting on a rigid body.

Offers a concise yet thorough presentation of engineering mechanics theory and application. The material is reinforced with numerous examples to illustrate principles and imaginative, well-illustrated problems of varying degrees of difficulty. The book is committed to developing users' problem-solving skills. Features "Photorealistc" figures (approximately 200) that have been rendered in often 3D photo quality detail to appeal to visual learners. Features a large variety of problem types from a broad range of engineering disciplines, stressing practical, realistic situations encountered in professional practice, varying levels of difficulty, and problems that involve solution by computer. A thorough presentation of engineering mechanics theory and applications includes some of these topics: Force Vectors; Equilibrium of a Particle; Force System Resultants; Equilibrium of a Rigid Body; Structural Analysis; Internal Forces; Friction; Center of Gravity and Centroid; Moments of Inertia; and Virtual Work. For professionals in mechanical engineering, civil engineering, aeronautical engineering, and engineering mechanics careers
  • Life was easier when stuff didn't move! But if stuff starts moving, start here. I love that they have worked out answers for half the problems in the back of book. I found the fundamental problems to be an adequate study guide for the tests. If you have a mean professor you better work um all though. The fundamental problems only cover what they say they do; the fundamentals.

  • PROS:
    - conciseness: It doesn't spend pages trying to tell you 'F=0
    - example problems: the examples actually show a variety of scenarios, and not just the ones where they practically give you 3 out of the 4 variables in an equation.
    - problem sets: good range of difficulty; plenty to practice with
    - problem answers: basically 3/4 of all the problems in the book have answers in the back (except for chapter 7. there's a whole bunch with no answers for some reason). Generally if the problem number is divisible by 4, it's not there.
    - fundamental problem solutions: partial solutions to all fundamental problems are in the back. Even though they're not explicitly step-by-step, they're not bad. Plus the fundamental problems aren't that hard to begin with.
    -weird notation and variable names: like for work-energy, Hibbeler uses T for kinetic energy for some reason. .

    -The actual principles explained in this edition(you know, the actual statics and dynamics?) haven't changed since the previous edition, or the one before that... or the one before that one. Come to think of it, how much of earth's physics has been drastically altered in the past 3 years? not much, if anything at all. But for some reason publishers are still compelled to push out a new edition every 3 years. Apparently our cranes and structures are in danger of flying into the sky, so now you'll have to buy this super awesome newly improved edition only to find out that it tells you the exact same thing the 12th edition did. But you won't know that until you spent $200 and opened the packaging.

    Ranting aside... is it a good book? yeah definitely. It's probably one of the best textbooks I have, and I'll keep it after I graduate and for as long as I'm in the engineering world. But is it necessary to put out a new edition every 2-3 yrs and get professors all excited and force their students to buy it? no. See if you can convince your professor to let you buy an older edition for much much cheaper, especially if s/he uses mastering engineering.

    **If your prof doesn't use Mastering Engineering, keep in mind though, that the end-of-section problems in older editions are in a different order, and there are some new problems in here that weren't in previous editions.**

    (Then again, you can still buy an older version and just ask somebody with this edition to see if he'll let you take a picture of the exercise sets in his book. Problem solved.)

  • Of all my engineering books, the Hibbeler series books are the best looking books, they have excellent color pictures and the layout/organization and fluidity of the text is excellent. However, no one buys books for how they look, this book does a good job of providing derivations and explanations of equations; but, the problem sets at the end of each section are often much more difficult than the examples. The solution manual is readily available online via file hosting sites or torrents but the solutions are usually bare bones and the method of solution is usually harder than that taught by a professor.

    If your school plans to use this with the Mastering Engineering website be aware that this copy on amazon does NOT contain an access code to mastering engineering so you have to fork over the extra $55 for an online access code, take that into account when comparing vs the cost at the school library.

  • This text is very useful in developing mastery of Engineering Dynamics. It is filled with many everyday hands-on examples, simplified and explained in a concise, detailed manner to glean understanding. The text takes basic physical concepts and builds upon them to an extension of practical knowledge. Writings also contain hints and tips to avoid common problem-solving pitfalls. I've also used the Hibbeler text for Statics, 12th ed. and have been exceptionally pleased with its ease of learning.

  • This book is pirated. It’s printed on standard printer paper and bound together like a book. At one point in the book, the brand of printer paper switched and there is a visible difference. Not only that, but the inside covers are missing the fundamental equations pages. I’m very dissatisfied.

  • Great book. The examples do a very good job at explaining the problems. The more difficult problems aren't explained that well though, but that's the purpose in a hard problem, to make you think. It has a great range of difficulty and builds your knowledge up to the tough ones. The fundamental problems helped a lot, especially with the steps in the back. I purchased the statics and dynamics in one, and at the end of statics I could see the book wearing some, but I used it a lot. I haven't finished dynamics yet so I will see how it holds up.

  • This book was essential to understanding Statics and has many good examples. There are a plethora of practice problems that condition you for an exam. I took this course as an independent study and struggled at first (know your physics), but through perseverance and practice I gained a good understanding of the material and completed the course with a B.

    I recommend this book.

  • Lots of examples and illustrations. Whatever problem you are facing there's a good chance there's a good chance you can find a similar solution in the example problems. Solid gold for timely engineering.