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Feb2113, 04:57 AM

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I've used the search function. But I'm still curious if opinions have changed.
I have some experience with mechanics, physics and maths, I'm studying Mechanical Engineering next year at university. I'm looking for a book that goes into depth with the fundamentals of dynamics. i've had a look on amazon, in particular these have interested me: Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics Russell C. Hibbeler Engineering Dynamics Jerry Ginsberg Engineering Dynamics: A Comprehensive Introduction N. Jeremy Kasdin Derek A. Paley Dynamics of Particles and Rigid Bodies: A Systematic Approach Anil Rao Classical Dynamics Donald T. Greenwood In particular "Engineering Dynamics: A Comprehensive Introduction" Does anyone have any experience with any of these? I'm from UK. Thanks. 


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