This text provides students with brief summaries of key facts topic-by-topic and then a series of carefully paced and sequenced worked examples using real exam questions, with additional explanatory notes. The text will reinforce knowledge learnt in lectures and through companion textbooks, complete understanding, and help in preparing for exams.
Structural Mechanics: Worked Examples is an ideal companion resource for undergraduate courses in Civil Engineering and Building. Everything you need to reinforce knowledge learnt in lectures and through textbooks: / summaries of key facts on each topic / carefully paced and sequenced worked examples using real exam questions, with additional explanatory notes / practice problems with answers Check you have understood your lectures and practise for exams!
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