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AI STATICS AND MECHANICS OF MATERIALS

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Authors: Mr. KRISHNAMOORTHY SELVARAJ ,  Mr. V. PRABAKARAN , Dr. P. MARIA ANTONY SEBASTIN VIMALAN , Dr. D. Sendil Kumar , Dr. ANUSHA MYLAVARAPU

 

ISBN: 978-93-6096-242-5 Category:
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The capability of material scientists and engineers to detect,
foresee, and design the features that are essential in materials is
something that is continually being worked on to improve. This is
a field that is seeing rapid technological advancement. This is due
to the fact that it is something that is something that is something
that is something that is something that is continually being
worked on to enhance. In the next chapter of this book, you will
learn about the equilibrium of fundamental rigid items, such as the
book you are reading, the phone you are using, or the pencil you
are writing with. This topic will be discussed in further detail in
the following chapter. One definition of a structure is that it is
“any collection of stiff bodies that are joined together and built to
perform some function.” This is one of the several interpretations
of the word “structure.” One can conceptualise a structure as any
set of rigid bodies that are connected to one another in some way.
On the one hand, it is viable for the components of the structure to
move in regard to one another, like the blades on a pair of scissors;
on the other hand, it is also feasible for the components of the
structure to remain in place in relation to one another, like the
members of a bridge. The geometric centre of any geometric
object, regardless of whether the item is a curve in one dimension,
an area in two dimensions, or a volume in three dimensions, is
referred to as the object’s centroid. This is true whether the object
is a curve in one dimension, an area in two dimensions,

Format

Paperback

Language

English

No. of Pages

247