Engineering Mechanics provides a detailed and holistic treatment of the basic theories and principles of both statics and dynamics.
Starting from the fundamental concepts of the system of forces and equilibrium along with the free-body diagram, the book comprehensively covers the various analytical aspects of rigid body mechanics. These include friction, centre of gravity, moment of inertia, analysis of frames, kinematics and kinetics, work–energy method, mechanical vibrations, and the principle of virtual work.
Within each chapter, the simpler topics and problems precede those that are more complex and advanced. Each chapter starts with the key concepts and gradually builds up on the advanced topics using detailed and easy-to-understand illustrations that aid visualization of the explanation given in the text.