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Comments: (7)

Vosho
This book helped me a great deal to prepare to teach a concentrated course on the subject, it comes with a great exposition of the physics involved. Prom a physicist point of view, I'd recommend it without a doubt to someone wanting to study vector mechanics.
Gholbirius
What I needed.
Hiclerlsi
I bought this book because the assigned dynamics book (Hibbler) was so bad, and generally Mariam-Kraige gave explanations that made sense. I especially liked the fact that it was in SI, as this got rid of a lot of nonsense baggage with the units, so that I could better focus on the material.
Fearlesssinger
This is not both volumes 1 and 2. Rather, it's just Volume 2: Dynamics
Disappointing, at best.
Makaitist
Merchandise was in the shape that it was advertised as being in.
Merchandise was delivered in a timely manner.
I would buy from this supplier again.
Zolorn
Of all the engineering courses I've taken as far - heck, of all the courses I've had, period - Meriam and Kraige's book on Statics has to be the worst. Though the book covers more material than any other Statics books I have seen, the actual content is terrible. The chapters aren't very long, and the explanations that are given usually are too vague or insufficient to truly understand what's going on. Also, there are usually only two or three examples given for every major topic covered; instead of intermingling examples within the chapter to clarify various subjects, they are placed them at the end of every section. Finally, most of the problems they provide for practice (and that end up being assigned for homework) are way too hard.
It also didn't help that my professor for this class was very bad. If you really want to study Statics, buy something else: I highly recommend "800 Solved Problems In Vector Mechanics, Vol. I: Statics" by Shelley (which is in the Schaum's Solved Problems series) or Hibbeler's "Engineering Mechanics: Statics." If all else fails, just check out another Statics book at the nearest library, because Meriam and Kraige's book STINKS.
Best West
My lecturer for this subject in first year was excellent, and took the time to explain all that was needed, so I never really looked at Dynamics, and Statics was fairly easy. On hitting second year, however, I found that it was not that easy. I fell back on the text, and found that it covered all that I needed. Between myself, a friend and Meriam and Kraige I was able to score a pretty decent mark, and much more importantly understand what it was all about.
The book has fair to good examples, plenty of diagrams and a fairly accessible approach. Being an incipient engineer rather than a mathematician, I found that I coped very well with the style, which while it covered the maths, it focussed on what was happening.
A very solid text in a subject that is impossible to cover well for every reader. It suited me well, and it still sits on my shelf as a very useful reference.
The text is extremely dense and concise. The principles are developed almost axiomatically and assume the reader has fully digested earlier material. The concepts are developed in a highly abstract, mathematical way. This makes the text an extremely useful reference once you are familiar with the material, but it is quite difficult for students new to the material. The instructor has to work hard to expand and develop the conceptual material.
There are a number of worked examples with annotations explaning the solution. I found these examples quite helpful, however, there is not any material specifically focussed on problem solving skills.
The strength of this book is its extensive collection of excellent problems illustrated by easy-to-understand color figures. The problems draw on a wide range of real-world examples. Their concrete nature helps makes a Statics course seem relevant and interesting. The quality and scope of the problems easily exceeds that of most other texts. Many of the problems require the student to first figure out what they're being asked to calculate, an important real-world aspect of problem solving. One drawback is that a number of problems depend on fairly tricky geometrical reasoning, which tends to obscure the statics skills being practiced. Finally, there isn't any real attempt to introduce the computer to solving statics problems. As a consequence, there are no problems asking for judgements -- questions such as "at what angle is the force in the bar the least?" Similarly, the large number of simultaneous equations to be solved in some problems could be done more easily on the computer. However, instructors may prefer that students first become proficient solving the problems by hand before making computer-based solutions.
Overall, the problems make this a good text for an instructor to use, but they will have to work hard to help the students learn the concepts and problem solving skills needed to be successfull.
International SI Edition Meriam Engineering Mechanics Volume One, Statics download epub
Engineering
Author: J. L. Meriam
ISBN: 0471592722
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 3 edition (January 18, 1993)
Pages: 544 pages