This note covers the following topics: Acceleration, Angular Momentum, Conservation of Energy, Frames of Reference,
Friction, Forces, Gravitation, Linear Inertia, Mechanical Advantage, Linear
Momentum, Motion in One Dimension, Physical Measurements, Projectiles,
Rotational Dynamics, Rotational Inertia, Statics and Mechanical Equilibrium,
Torque, Vectors.

Author(s): Museum Informatics Project, University of
California, Berkeley

This
note provides an introduction to the mechanics of solids with
applications to science and engineering. Itemphasize the three essential
features of all mechanics analyses, namely: (a) the geometry of the
motion and/or deformation of the structure, and conditions of geometric
fit, (b) the forces on and within structures and assemblages; and (c)
the physical aspects of the structural system which quantify relations
between the forces and motions/deformation.

Author(s): Prof. Carol Livermore, Prof.
Henrik Schmidt, Prof. James H. Williams, Prof. Simona Socrate

This note provides an introduction to the mechanics of
materials and structures. You will be introduced to and become familiar
with all relevant physical properties and fundamental laws governing the
behavior of materials and structures and you will learn how to solve a
variety of problems of interest to civil and environmental engineers.
Topics covered includes: Galileo's problem, Dimensional analysis and
atomic explosion, Newton's laws of motion, Continuum model, Beam stress
model, Beam deformation, Beam elasticity and Fracture mechanics.

Author(s): Prof. Franz-Josef Ulm and Prof.
Markus Buehler

This note explores the
nature of rocks and rock masses as construction, foundation, or
engineering materials. Topics covered include: Physical properties of
intact rocks, stresses and strains, thermal, hydraulic and mechanical
properties of rocks and rock masses, applications of theory of
elasticity in rock mechanics, visco-elasticity, rock discontinuities,
hemispherical projection methods, in situ stresses and stress
measurements, rock slope engineering and underground excavations in
rock.

This note
covers the following topics: Elemantary Principles, Lagrange's
Equations, Hamilton's Principle, Central Force - Kepler Problem, Rigid
Body Motion and Kinematics, Oscillations, Special Relativity,
Hamiltonian Equations, Canonical Transformations, Continuous Systems and
Fields, Relativistic Field Theory.

This book, as its
name suggests, presents those principles of mechanics that are believed
to be essential for the student of engineering.All the
information is there, and is told simple yet completely.

There is a strong
emphasis of classical mechanics with closeness to physics and
engineering. Among the topics explored: linear and nonlinear
oscillators; quasi-periodic and multiperiodic motions; systems with
constraints; Hamilton-Jacobi theory; integrable systems; stability
problems of dissipative and conservative systems. Numerous exercises
accompany the text, but the author assumes a knowledge of calculus.

This note covers the following topics: Numerical Methods, Conic
Sections, Plane and Spherical Trigonomtry, Coordinate Geometry in Three
Dimensions, Gravitational Field and Potential, Celestial Mechanics, Planetary
Motions, Computation of an Ephemeris, Photographic Astrometry, Calculation of
Orbital Elements, General Perturbation Theory, Visual Binary Stars and
Spectroscopic Binary Stars.