The Mechanical Engineering Series presents the latest research results on the cutting edge of mechanical engineering in accessible book form. Designed for the use of students, researchers and engineers, the series presents the modern developments in mechanical engineering and its innovative applications in applied mechanics; biomechanics; computational mechanics; dynamic systems and control; energetics; mechanics of materials; processing; production systems; thermal science; and tribology. The series features graduate-level texts and research monographs in key engineering science concentrations. An advisory board of distinguished scholars, internationally renowned for their research and expertise, ensures quality, timeliness, and relevance of books in the series.
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