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Engineering Mechanics, Statics and Dynamics

Anthony Bedford and Wallace Fowler

Welcome to the Study Site for Engineering Mechanics, Statics and Dynamics by

Anthony Bedford and Wallace Fowler. Please visit the entire site. There are three separate parts:

Part 1: On-Line Homework

To Use On-Line Homework, you first need to register for this site with an access code. Student Access codes are available on either the inside cover of the Bedford/Fowler Statics or Dynamics Study Pack, or in your student access code card. Professor access codes are available from your Prentice Hall rep, or by sending an email to

engineering@prenhall.com

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Download Student Guide by clicking Here

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Download Instructor Guide by clicking Here

Part 2: Study Pack

This part of the site contains:

  • 500 practice problems not in your text with solutions.
  • Tutorials on using MATLAB and Mathcad in Mechanics.
  • Dynamics simulations done in ADAMS software.

To access this part of the site, click Here. To use this feature, you first need to register for this site with an access code. Student Access codes are available on the inside cover of the Bedford/Fowler Statics or Dynamics Study Pack. Professor access codes are available from your Prentice Hall rep. Or, send an email to

engineering@prenhall.com

Registration at any part of the site gives access to all parts.

Part 3: Check-Up Questions and Trouble-Shooting

True or False and Multiple Choice quiz questions created by Dr. Karim Nohra of the University of South Florida. Questions are conceptual in nature, keyed chapter by chapter, and are graded automatically.

To begin a quiz, just choose a chapter from the drop-down menu at the bottom of the screen.

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2. When the Program launches, select "File" and "Open" and then select your CD Drive.

3. Simulations for this text will be on the CD in the "WM Files" folder

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