RES.6-003 | Spring 2009 | Undergraduate
Electromechanical Dynamics

Part III

TEXTBOOK CONTENTS FILES
Part III: Elastic and Fluid Media
Chapter 11: Introduction to the Electromechanics of Elastic Media, pp. 651-723 (PDF - 4.0MB)
11.0 Introduction, pp. 652-652
11.1 Force equilibrium, p. 652-653
11.2 Equations of motion for isotropic media, pp. 653-668
11.3 Electromechanical boundary conditions, pp. 668-671
11.4 Waves in isotropic elastic media, pp. 671-696
11.5 Electromechanics and elastic media, pp. 696-717
11.6 Discussion, p. 717
Problems, pp. 718-723
Sections 11.1-11.17 (PDF - 3.7MB)

Problems (PDF)

Chapter 12: Electromechanics of Incompressible, Inviscid Fluids, pp. 724-812 (PDF - 3.9MB)
12.0 Introduction, pp. 724-726
12.1 Inviscid, incompressible fluids, pp. 726-737
12.2 Magnetic field coupling with incompressible fluids, pp. 737-776
12.3 Electric field coupling with incompressible fluids, pp. 776-787
12.4 Discussion, pp. 787-789
Problems, pp. 789-812
Sections 12.0-12.4 (PDF - 3.2MB)

Problems (PDF - 1.7MB)

Chapter 13: Electromechanics of Compressible, Inviscid Fluids, pp. 813-860 (PDF - 2.0MB)
13.0 Introduction, p. 813
13.1 Inviscid, compressible fluids, pp. 813-820
13.2 Electromechanical coupling with compressible fluids, pp. 820-854
13.3 Discussion, p. 854
Problems, pp. 854-860
Sections 13.0-13.3 (PDF - 2.4MB)

Problems (PDF)

Chapter 14: Electromechanical Coupling with Viscous Fluids, pp. 861-894 (PDF - 1.2MB)
14.0 Introduction, p. 861
14.1 Viscous fluids, p. 862-878
14.2 Electromechanical coupling with viscous fluids, pp. 878-893
14.3 Discussion, p. 893
Problems, p. 894
Sections 14.0-14.3 (PDF - 1.2MB)

Problems (PDF)

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