Theoretical Kinematics
by Oene Bottema, Bernard Roth
Publisher: Dover Publications 1990
ISBN/ASIN: 0486663469
ISBN-13: 9780486663463
Number of pages: 558
Description:
This book is an important reference for any researcher in kinematics, it covers many important results for analysis and design of mechanisms. The authors used the adjective theoretical in the title in order to distinguish the subject from applied kinematics.
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