Everything in Motion: Kinematics and Kinetics


The by now fairly clever reader of chapters 1 and 2 can already do some pretty cool things like calculating the forces in rigid bodies that move with a constant velocity. As well as the strain that should occur at some point after the introduction of a load — only, of course, in the linear, elastic domain.


Angular Velocity Translational Motion Free Fall Circular Motion Initial Speed 
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