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This is a collection of instructional materials for conducting introductory engineering courses on six topics: Statics, Dynamics, Fluids, Thermodynamics, Calculus, and Multimedia. All materials are cost-free. Features include eBook tutorials for students, database of homework/quiz/test problems, solutions to all problems, lectures in both Quicktime and Flash format, computer grading and course management systems for instructors and TA's.  The student eBook tutorials are available without registration.

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Classical Mechanics
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