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Simulations of Machines Using MATLAB (R) and SIMULINK (R) (Paperback)
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Simulations of Machines Using MATLAB ® and SIMULINK ® (Paperback)

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Paperback 176 Pages / Published: 31/10/2000
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This book is intended as a supplement for undergraduate courses in Kinematics or Dynamics of Mechanisms, taught in Mechanical Engineering departments. As a MATLAB ® supplement, it can be used with any standard textbook, including Norton's DESIGN OF MACHINERY Second Edition, Erdman/Sandor's MECHANISMS DESIGN, Third Edition, or Mabie/Reinholtz MECHANISMS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY, Fourth Edition. The emphasis of the text is integrating the computational power of MATLAB ® into the analysis and design of mechanisms. This new book in Brooks/Cole's Bookware Companion Series ™ is the first to apply the use of MATLAB ® to the study of kinematics and dynamics of mechanisms. This book is intended as a useful guide for readers interested in understanding kinematics, or as a reference for practicing mechanical engineers. It provides detailed instruction and examples showing how to use MATLAB ® (increasingly, the software program of choice among engineers for complex computations) and its accompanying simulation environment, SIMULINK ®, to develop powerful and accurate computer simulations of constrained mechanical systems.

Publisher: Cengage Learning, Inc
ISBN: 9780534952792
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 261 g
Dimensions: 235 x 187 x 10 mm

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