Front Cover.

Half Title Page.

Title Page.

Copyright Page.

Contents.

Introduction.

1: Thermodynamics: The Laws of Energy and Work.

2: Thermodynamic States.

3: Thermodynamic Equilibrium.

4: Temperature.

5: Work and Energy.

6: Total Internal Energy.

7: The First Law of Thermodynamics.

8: Heat Engines.

9: Isothermal and Adiabatic Processes.

10: The Second Law of Thermodynamics.

11: Entropy.

12: Efficiency Limits.

13: Entropy and Heat Death.

14: Entropy and the Arrow of Time.

15: Open Systems.

16: Thermodynamic Potentials.

17: Gibbs Free Energy and Chemical Reactions.

18: Enthalpy and the Heat of Reaction.

19: Thermodynamics: Systems at Work.

20: Work of Expansion and Contraction.

21: Equations of State.

22: Heat Capacity and Specific Heat.

23: Heat Capacity and Internal Energy.

24: Entropy as an Exact Differential.

25: The Clausius-Clapeyron Equation.

26: The Laws of Force and Motion.

27: Origins and Foundations.

28: Units and Dimensions.

29: Vectors.

30: Newton's Laws of Motion and Equilibrium.

31: The Laws of Particle Motion.

32: Motion of a Particle in One Dimension.

33: Uniform Motion.

34: Falling Bodies and Uniformly Accelerated Motion.

35: Simple Harmonic Oscillations.

36: Damped and Forced Oscillations.

37: Motion of a Particle in Two or More Dimensions.

38: Projectile Motion.

39: Motion of a Pendulum.

40: Circular Motion.

41: Circular Orbits.

42: Angular Momentum and Torque.

43: Motion of a Group of Particles.

44: Centre of Mass.

45: Conservation of Momentum.

46: Collisions.

47: Relative Motion.

48: Coupled Oscillators.

49: Rigid Bodies.

50: Statics.

51: Rotation about a Fixed Axis.

52: Rotation about a Moving Axis.

53: Centrifugal Force.

54: Coriolis Force.

55: Spinning Tops and Gyroscopes.

56: Analytic Approaches.

57: Configuration Space.

58: The Principle of Virtual Work.

59: Lagrange's and Hamilton's Equations.

60: Solids.

61: History.

62: Concepts of Stress, Strain, and Elasticity.

63: Beams, Columns, Plates, and Shells.

64: The General Theory of Elasticity.

65: Waves.

66: Stress Concentrations and Fracture.

67: Dislocations.

68: Continuum Plasticity Theory.

69: Viscoelasticity.

70: Computational Mechanics.

71: Stress and Strain.

72: Linear and Angular Momentum Principles: Stress and Equations of Motion.

73: Stress.

74: Equations of Motion.

75: Principal Stresses.

76: Strain.

77: Strain-Displacement Relations.

78: Small-Strain Tensor.

79: Finite Deformation and Strain Tensors.

80: Stress-Strain Relations.

81: Linear Elastic Isotropic Solid.

82: Thermal Strains.

83: Anisotropy.

84: Thermodynamic Considerations.

85: Finite Elastic Deformations.

86: Inelastic Response.

87: Problems Involving Elastic Response.

88: Equations of Motion of Linear Elastic Bodies.

89: Body Wave Solutions.

90: Linear Elastic Beam.

91: Free Vibrations.

92: Buckling.

93: Liquids at Rest.

94: Basic Properties of Fluids.

95: Hydrostatics.

96: Differential Manometers.

97: Archimedes' Principle.

98: Surface Tension of Liquids.

99: Liquids in Motion.

100: Bernoulli's Law.

101: Waves on Shallow Water.

102: Compressible Flow in Gases.

103: Viscosity.

104: Stresses in Laminar Motion.

105: Bulk Viscosity.

106: Measurement of Shear Viscosity.

107: Navier-Stokes Equation.

108: Potential Flow.

109: Potential Flow with Circulation: Vortex Lines.

110: Waves on Deep Water.

111: Boundary Layers and Separation.

112: Drag.

113: Lift.

114: Turbulence.

115: Convection.

116: Gravity: The Force of Attraction.

117: Development of Gravitational Theory.

118: Early Concepts.

119: Newton's Law of Gravity.

120: Potential Theory.

121: Acceleration Around Earth, the Moon, and Other Planets.

122: Variations Due to Location and Time.

123: Measurements of g.

124: Gravimetric Surveys and Geophysics.

125: The Moon and the Planets.

126: Gravity: The Universe.

127: Field Theories of Gravitation.

128: Gravitational Fields and the Theory of General Relativity.

129: The Paths of Particles and Light.

130: Gravitational Radiation.

131: Some Astronomical Aspects of Gravitation.

132: Experimental Study of Gravitation.

133: The Inverse Square Law.

134: The Principle of Equivalence.

135: The Constant of Gravitation.

136: The Variation of the Constant of Gravitation with Time.

137: Fundamental Character of G.

138: Conclusion.

139: Biographies.

140: Ludwig Eduard Boltzmann.

141: Sadi Carnot.

142: Henry Cavendish.

143: Rudolf Clausius.

144: Gustave-Gaspard Coriolis.

145: Galileo.

146: Sophie Germain.

147: J. Willard Gibbs.

148: Sir William Rowan Hamilton.

149: Hermann von Helmholtz.

150: Robert Hooke.

151: William Thomson, Baron Kelvin.

152: Johannes Kepler.

153: Joseph-Louis Lagrange.

154: Horace Lamb.

155: James Clerk Maxwell.

156: Isaac Newton.

157: Ludwig Prandtl.

158: William John Macquorn Rankine.

159: Benjamin Thompson.

Glossary.

Bibliography.

Index.