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As senior wrangler in 1854, Edward John Routh (1831–1907) was the man who beat James Clerk Maxwell in the Cambridge mathematics tripos. He went on to become a highly successful coach in mathematics at Cambridge, producing a total of twenty-seven senior wranglers during his career - an unrivalled achievement. In addition to his considerable teaching commitments, Routh was also a very able and productive researcher who contributed to the foundations of control theory and to the modern treatment of mechanics. This two-volume textbook, which first appeared in 1891–2 and is reissued here in the revised edition that was published between 1896 and 1902, offers extensive coverage of statics, providing formulae and examples throughout for the benefit of students. While the growth of modern physics and mathematics may have forced out the problem-based mechanics of Routh's textbooks from the undergraduate syllabus, the utility and importance of his work is undiminished.
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- Date Published: September 2013
- format: Multiple copy pack
- isbn: 9781108050302
- length: 806 pages
- dimensions: 220 x 142 x 50 mm
- weight: 0.9kg
- contains: 15 b/w illus.
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Volume 1: Preface
1. The parallelogram of forces
2. Forces acting at a point
3. Parallel forces
4. Forces in two dimensions
5. On friction
6. The principle of work
7. Forces in three dimensions
8. Graphical statics
9. Centre of gravity
10. On strings
11. The machines. Volume 2: Preface
2. The bending of rods
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