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Mechanics is the area of physics concerned with the relationships between force, matter, and motion among physical objects. Forces applied to objects result in displacements, which are changes of an object's position relative to its environment.

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Organizations relating to Mechanics

International Association on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures / Zurich, Switzerland / Est. 1991
European Federation of Precision Mechanical and Optical Industries / Berlin, Germany / Est. 1958
Panamerican Confederation of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering and Related Fields, San Juan / Est. 1991
European association for Surface Treatment on Aluminium / Gersau, Switzerland / Est. 1989
International Association for Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology / Raleigh NC, USA / Est. 1971
Asian Association for Dynamic Osteosynthesis / Shatin, Hong Kong / Est. 1992
Federación Iberoamericana de Ingenieria Mecanica / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1991
DYMAT Association / Gramat, France
Asian Hyperbaric and Diving Medical Association / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 2005
Asian Tribology Council / Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
International Bureau of Strata Mechanics / Katowice, Poland / Est. 1958
International Ballistics Society
Asian Fluid Mechanics Committee / Beijing, China / Est. 1980
European Committee for Surface Treatment / Leuven, Belgium / Est. 1981
International NanoSPD Steering Committee / Ufa, Russia / Est. 2002
International Marangoni Association / Vienna, Austria / Est. 2001
Society for Economic Dynamics / Stony Brook NY, USA
European Association for Structural Dynamics / Volos, Greece / Est. 1990
Cardiovascular System Dynamics Society / Columbus OH, USA / Est. 1976
International Society of Dynamic Games / Montréal QC, Canada / Est. 1990
Global Oscillation Network Group / Tucson AZ, USA / Est. 1997
European Space Tribology Laboratory / Warrington, UK / Est. 1972
European Gravitational Observatory / Cascina, Italy / Est. 2000
European Pressure Sensitive Manufacturers Association
International Polar Motion Service / Est. 1962
International Society for Dynamics of the Upper Urinary Tract / Wuustwezel, Belgium / Est. 1979
International Office for Mechanical Cultivation / Est. 1928
Fédération arabe des travailleurs des institutions métallurgiques, mécaniques et électriques
European Society for Wood Mechanics
Commission internationale pour l'étude mécanique du sol / Est. 1910
European Association of the Manufacturers of Gas Pressure Regulators and Safety Devices / Est. 1971
Thermal Spraying and Surface Engineering Association / Rugby, UK
System Dynamics Society / Littleton MA, USA
International Academy of Urban Dynamics / Mumbai, India
Fédération des entreprises internationales de la mécanique et de l'électronique / Paris, France / Est. 1909
Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society / Monash VIC, Australia
International Hyperbaric Medical Association / Madison GA, USA
European Study Conference on Low Energy Molecular Collisions
International Symposium on Ultrasonic Doppler Methods for Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Engineering
International Symposium on Electrokinetic Remediation
International Conference on Algebraic Methods in Dynamical Systems / Est. 2008
International Conference on Mechanics of Composites / Est. 2014
International Conference on Mechanical Ventilation
Convention on Damage Caused by Foreign Aircraft to Third Parties on the Surface / Montréal QC, Canada / Est. 1952
Convention Concerning the Protection of Workers Against Occupational Hazards in the Working Environment Due to Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1977
Protocol to Amend the Convention on Damage Caused by Foreign Aircraft to Third Parties on the Surface / Montréal QC, Canada / Est. 1978
International Gravity and Geoid Commission
International Mechanics and Structures Committee / Est. 1991
IUPS Commission on Gravitational Physiology / Est. 1973
Stichting Mondiaal Alternatief / Hoofddorp, Netherlands / Est. 1974

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World Problems relating to Mechanics

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Occupational stress
Inadequate watershed management
Tribal conflicts within states
Pollution of inland waters
Inadequate road maintenance
Inadequate water system infrastructure
Vibration sickness
Earth surface faulting
Vibrations as a health hazard
Vibration damage to cultural artefacts
Air pressure injuries

Action Strategies relating to Mechanics

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Concretizing local global dynamic
Developing surface treatment industry
Easing friction between tribes
Instituting integrated management of water catchments
Re-aligning grassroots pressure
Challenging social reality
Studying consequences of migration
Resisting peer pressure
Maintaining economic system dynamics
Equipping local community leadership
Increasing accountability for sale of surface-to-air missiles
Demanding constant re-evaluation of social integrity
Integrating society through structural norms
Taking due political pressure
Symbolizing local leadership dynamics
Increasing combined use of surface and groundwater
Advancing vehicle dynamics
Avoiding damage to ears
Ensuring sufficient delivery pressure
Ordering basic dynamics
Maintaining playing field surface
Avoiding mechanical failure
Easing friction between religions
Using political pressure
Applying civil pressure for law making

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