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Differential Equations for Engineers

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  • Date Published: June 2010
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  • isbn: 9780511771033
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  • This book presents a systematic and comprehensive introduction to ordinary differential equations for engineering students and practitioners. Mathematical concepts and various techniques are presented in a clear, logical, and concise manner. Various visual features are used to highlight focus areas. Complete illustrative diagrams are used to facilitate mathematical modeling of application problems. Readers are motivated by a focus on the relevance of differential equations through their applications in various engineering disciplines. Studies of various types of differential equations are determined by engineering applications. Theory and techniques for solving differential equations are then applied to solve practical engineering problems. Detailed step-by-step analysis is presented to model the engineering problems using differential equations from physical principles and to solve the differential equations using the easiest possible method. Such a detailed, step-by-step approach, especially when applied to practical engineering problems, helps the readers to develop problem-solving skills. This book is suitable for use not only as a textbook on ordinary differential equations for undergraduate students in an engineering program but also as a guide to self-study. It can also be used as a reference after students have completed learning the subject.

    • A step-by-step approach, applied to practical engineering problems, helps the readers to develop problem-solving skills
    • Illustrative diagrams are used to facilitate mathematical modeling of application problems
    • A systematic introduction to ordinary differential equations for engineering students
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    "It is warmly recommended as a core reading for a standard one-semester course on di erential equations for engineering students. The material in the book is very carefully organized, the presentation is transparent and rigorous, numerous illustrations, use of shades and mini-diagrams" in formulas help to follow the details better and to grab the ideas faster." - Yuri V. Rogovchenko, ZentralBlatt MATH

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    01st Sep 2015 by Kashifaliabro

    Very good publication for students at engineering an science of the world

    30th May 2016 by Creatucuenta

    This is a very interesting book, where I want to improve my knowledge about differential equations.

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    • Date Published: June 2010
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511771033
    • contains: 95 b/w illus. 8 tables 465 exercises
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction
    2. First-order and simple higher-order differential equations
    3. Applications of first-order and simple higher-order equations
    4. Linear differential equations
    5. Applications of linear differential equations
    6. The Laplace transform and its applications
    7. Systems of linear differential equations
    8. Applications of systems of linear differential equations
    9. Series solutions of differential equations
    10. Numerical solutions of differential equations
    11. Partial differential equations
    12. Solving ordinary differential equations using Maple
    Appendix A. Tables of mathematical formulas.

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    Differential Equations for Engineers

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    • Advanced Differential Equations for MS program
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    Wei-Chau Xie, University of Waterloo, Ontario
    Wei-Chau Xie is a Professor in the Department of Civil and Environment Engineering and the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. He is the author of Dynamic Stability of Structures and has published numerous journal articles on dynamic stability, structural dynamics and random vibration, nonlinear dynamics and stochastic mechanics, reliability and safety analysis of engineering systems, and seismic analysis and design of engineering structures. He has been teaching differential equations to engineering students for almost twenty years. He received the Teaching Excellence Award in 2001 in recognition of his exemplary record of outstanding teaching, concern for students, and commitment to the development and enrichment of engineering education at Waterloo. He was the recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award in 2007, which is the highest formal recognition given by the University of Waterloo for a superior record of continued excellence in teaching.

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