Mathematics for Engineering Students 1e WebPDF (Revised)

Revised First Edition


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    Edition: 1st edition (Revised)
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9781485129431
  • Extent: 156 pages
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  • Category: Mathematics

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Engineering is mathematics in action. But engineering students do not always see the link between what they learn in mathematics and how this applies to engineering problems. 

From relatively simple questions, like determining the maximum weight a beam can support to complex projects like mapping out the most efficient electrical flow for a city’s traffic lights, mathematics is essential.

Chapter 1: Application of integration

Chapter 2: First-order ordinary differential equations

Chapter 3: Higher-order ordinary differential equations

Chapter 4: Fourier series

Chapter 5: Partial differential equations

The material in this book is suitable for Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics students and covers the basic areas of application of integration, ordinary and partial equations.

This book bridges the gap between mathematics and engineering by including examples from engineering in the solution of the mathematical problems. 

 

Examples and exercises with solutions are provided to encourage students to develop their problem-solving acumen, an essential skill for successful engineering in practice.

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Engineering is mathematics in action. But engineering students do not always see the link between what they learn in mathematics and how this applies to engineering problems. 

From relatively simple questions, like determining the maximum weight a beam can support to complex projects like mapping out the most efficient electrical flow for a city’s traffic lights, mathematics is essential.

Chapter 1: Application of integration

Chapter 2: First-order ordinary differential equations

Chapter 3: Higher-order ordinary differential equations

Chapter 4: Fourier series

Chapter 5: Partial differential equations

The material in this book is suitable for Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics students and covers the basic areas of application of integration, ordinary and partial equations.

This book bridges the gap between mathematics and engineering by including examples from engineering in the solution of the mathematical problems. 

 

Examples and exercises with solutions are provided to encourage students to develop their problem-solving acumen, an essential skill for successful engineering in practice.

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.