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Mechanics: StaticsStatics is the study of forces which act on a rigid body with no change in momentum occur and is concerned with the static equilibrium state of the rigid body under the action of forces as stated in Newton's First and Third Laws. But static mechanics is mainly deal with problems of statics of which rigid bodys are always at rest. Force By Newton's Second Law, the accelarion of an object is directly proportional to the applied force and inversely proportional to the object mass. Applied force is measured as 1 Newton when the applied force cause an object of mass 1 kg to accelerae at 1m/s and can be expressed F=ma. As the object is also accelerated according to the direction of the applied force, force is a vector quantity. But, in fact, the nature of a force is derived from the resultant of interaction between two objects. Idealizations Idealizations are techniques used to simplify the application of theory in problem modeling. They are
Types of Force The most common types of forces are
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