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Introduction to Continuum Mechanics for Engineers

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Introduction to Continuum Mechanics for Engineers
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 0306430509
ISBN-13: 9780306430503
Number of pages: 305

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This textbook is intended to introduce engineering graduate students to the essentials of modern Continuum Mechanics. The objective of an introductory course is to establish certain classical continuum models within a modern framework. The book is essentially self contained and should be suitable for self study.

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