181 books (10 pages) in this category
by PIN TONG
Originally developed to address specific areas of structural mechanics and elasticity, the finite element method is applicable to problems throughout applied mathematics, continuum mechanics, engineering, and physics. This text elucidates the ...
by O. C. ZIENKIEWICZ
A powerful tool for the approximate solution of differential equations, the finite element is extensively used in industry and research. This book offers students of engineering and physics a comprehensive view of the principles involved, with ...
by J. T. ODEN
Geared toward undergraduate and graduate students, this text extends applications of the finite element method from linear problems in elastic structures to a broad class of practical, nonlinear problems in continuum mechanics. It treats both ...
by ANGELO MIELE
This classic text analyses the trajectories of aircraft, missiles, satellites, and spaceships subjected to uniform and central gravitational forces, aerodynamic forces, and thrust. Suitable for students and professionals in aerodynamic ...
by V.V. NOVOZHILOV
One of a rare set of monographs on the nonlinear theory of elasticity, this book is essential reading for students and academicians alike. In fact, as the Bulletin of the A.M.S. noted, ""Students of mechanics will be grateful to the publishers ...
by J. R. LEIGH
Functional analysis provides a concise conceptual framework for linear control theory. This self-contained text, geared toward engineering students, demonstrates the subject's unity. It features a wide range of powerful theorems that illustrate ...
by ROGER R. BATE
by MARK E. DAVIS
Appropriate for a one-semester undergraduate or first-year graduate course, this text introduces the quantitative treatment of chemical reaction engineering. It covers both homogeneous and heterogeneous reacting systems and examines chemical ...
by MARCELO R. M. CRESPO DA SILVA
Designed for a first-year graduate-level or senior course in dynamics for students in engineering and physics, this text will also be useful for self-study and as a reference book for students working in this area. Prerequisites include previous
by LUDWIG PRANDTL
This well-known standard work is an expansion by O. G. Tietjens of a famous series of lectures delivered by Professor Prandtl at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Flow Research. Based on Prandtl's own work, it combines a considerable amount of ...
by L. M. KACHANOV
Based on the author's series of lectures at the Mechanics-Mathematics Faculty of the University of Leningrad, this text is primarily concerned with the plastic deformation of metals at normal temperatures, as applied to the strength of machines ...
How Wireless Technology is Reshaping Our Lives
by Darrell West
The world is going mobile at an astounding pace. Estimates show 80 percent of global Internet access will take place through mobile devices by 2016. Smartphones, tablets, and handheld devices have reshaped communications, the global economy, and
by Jack Lichuan Qiu
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by Eric Mayost
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by MILTON E. HARR
The movement of groundwater is a basic part of soil mechanics. It is an important part of almost every area of civil engineering, agronomy, geology, irrigation, and reclamation. Moreover, the logical structure of its theory appeals to ...
by Bosun Xie
Discusses and summarizes the basic principles and applications of head-related transfer functions and virtual auditory display. This book details the basic principles and applications of head-related transfer function (HRTF) and virtual auditory
by WAYNE JOHNSON
The history of the helicopter may be traced back to the Chinese flying top (c. 400 B.C.) and to the work of Leonardo da Vinci, who sketched designs for a vertical flight machine utilizing a screw-type propeller. In the late nineteenth century, ...