Author: G. Stephenson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 1990-04-12
This textbook provides a solid foundation to a number of important topics in mathematics of interest to science and engineering students. Included are tensor algebra, ordinary differential equations, contour integration, Laplace and Fourier transforms, partial differential equations and the calculus of variations. The authors' approach is simple and direct with an emphasis on the analytical understanding of the material. The text is virtually selfcontained, assuming only that the student has a solid understanding of ancillary mathematics. Each chapter contains a large number of worked examples, and concludes with problems for solution, with answers in the back of the book.
The book comprises ten chapters, Each chapter contains serveral soved problems clarifying the introduced concepts. Some of the examples are taken from the recent literature and serve to illustrate the applications in various fields of engineering and science. At the end of each chapter, there are assignment problems with two levels of difficulty. A list of references is provided at the end of the book. This book is the product of a close collaboration between two mathematicians and an engineer. The engineer has been helpful in pinpointing the problems which engineering students encounter in books written by mathematicians. Contents: Review of Calculus and Ordinary Differential Equations; Series Solutions and Special Functions; Complex Variables; Vector and Tensor Analysis; Partial Differential Equations I; Partial Differential Equations II; Numerical Methods; Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations; Calculus of Variations; Special Topics. Readership: Upper level undergraduates, graduate students and researchers in mathematical modeling, mathematical physics and numerical &computational mathematics.
Author: Phil Dyke
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2018-05-07
Covers multivariable calculus, starting from the basics and leading up to the three theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes, but always with an eye on practical applications. Written for a wide spectrum of undergraduate students by an experienced author, this book provides a very practical approach to advanced calculus—starting from the basics and leading up to the theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes. It explains, clearly and concisely, partial differentiation, multiple integration, vectors and vector calculus, and provides end-of-chapter exercises along with their solutions to aid the readers’ understanding. Written in an approachable style and filled with numerous illustrative examples throughout, Two and Three Dimensional Calculus: with Applications in Science and Engineering assumes no prior knowledge of partial differentiation or vectors and explains difficult concepts with easy to follow examples. Rather than concentrating on mathematical structures, the book describes the development of techniques through their use in science and engineering so that students acquire skills that enable them to be used in a wide variety of practical situations. It also has enough rigor to enable those who wish to investigate the more mathematical generalizations found in most mathematics degrees to do so. Assumes no prior knowledge of partial differentiation, multiple integration or vectors Includes easy-to-follow examples throughout to help explain difficult concepts Features end-of-chapter exercises with solutions to exercises in the book. Two and Three Dimensional Calculus: with Applications in Science and Engineering is an ideal textbook for undergraduate students of engineering and applied sciences as well as those needing to use these methods for real problems in industry and commerce.
Author: John C. Amazigo
Release Date: 1980-09-02
Written in problem-solving format, this book emphasizes the purpose of an advanced calculus course by offering a more thorough presentation of some topics to which engineering and physical science students have already been exposed. By supplementing and extending these subjects, the book demonstrates how the tools and ideas developed are vital to an understanding of advanced physical theories.
Author: Mangatiana A. Robdera
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2011-06-27
This text introduces to undergraduates the more abstract concepts of advanced calculus, smoothing the transition from standard calculus to the more rigorous approach of proof writing and a deeper understanding of mathematical analysis. The first part deals with the basic foundation of analysis on the real line; the second part studies more abstract notions in mathematical analysis. Each topic contains a brief introduction and detailed examples.
Advanced Engineering Mathematics provides comprehensive and contemporary coverage of key mathematical ideas, techniques, and their widespread applications, for students majoring in engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics. Using a wide range of examples throughout the book, Jeffrey illustrates how to construct simple mathematical models, how to apply mathematical reasoning to select a particular solution from a range of possible alternatives, and how to determine which solution has physical significance. Jeffrey includes material that is not found in works of a similar nature, such as the use of the matrix exponential when solving systems of ordinary differential equations. The text provides many detailed, worked examples following the introduction of each new idea, and large problem sets provide both routine practice, and, in many cases, greater challenge and insight for students. Most chapters end with a set of computer projects that require the use of any CAS (such as Maple or Mathematica) that reinforce ideas and provide insight into more advanced problems. Comprehensive coverage of frequently used integrals, functions and fundamental mathematical results Contents selected and organized to suit the needs of students, scientists, and engineers Contains tables of Laplace and Fourier transform pairs New section on numerical approximation New section on the z-transform Easy reference system
Author: Philip M. Anselone
Release Date: 1996
Aimed at students seeking a career in science, engineering or mathematics, this text on multivariable calculus emphasizes that calculus is best understood via geometry and interdisciplinary applications. The book includes problem sets and chapter projects that offer a substantial source of applied problems. Also included are chapter-end do-it-yourself projects on topics in science, engineering and probability. Short examples of MATLAB code are featured occasionally.
Author: David Bachman
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Release Date: 2007-06-05
Your INTEGRAL tool for mastering ADVANCED CALCULUS Interested in going further in calculus but don't where to begin? No problem! With Advanced Calculus Demystified, there's no limit to how much you will learn. Beginning with an overview of functions of multiple variables and their graphs, this book covers the fundamentals, without spending too much time on rigorous proofs. Then you will move through more complex topics including partial derivatives, multiple integrals, parameterizations, vectors, and gradients, so you'll be able to solve difficult problems with ease. And, you can test yourself at the end of every chapter for calculated proof that you're mastering this subject, which is the gateway to many exciting areas of mathematics, science, and engineering. This fast and easy guide offers: Numerous detailed examples to illustrate basic concepts Geometric interpretations of vector operations such as div, grad, and curl Coverage of key integration theorems including Green's, Stokes', and Gauss' Quizzes at the end of each chapter to reinforce learning A time-saving approach to performing better on an exam or at work Simple enough for a beginner, but challenging enough for a more advanced student, Advanced Calculus Demystified is one book you won't want to function without!
Author: Murray R. Spiegel
Publisher: Schaum's Outline Series
Release Date: 1963
Genre: Calcul - Analyse mathématique
Master advanced calculus with this simple-to-use guide. It helps cut study time and hone problem-solving skills test-taking. Coverage includes all course fundamentals--supplementing any class text; 925 fully worked problems and step-by-step solutions; clear explanations of all principal concepts needed in advanced calculus; and more.
Author: Robert S. Borden
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Release Date: 1998
An excellent undergraduate text examines sets and structures, limit and continuity in En, measure and integration, differentiable mappings, sequences and series, applications of improper integrals, more. Problems with tips and solutions for some.
Beginning with linear algebra and later expanding into calculus of variations, Advanced Engineering Mathematics provides accessible and comprehensive mathematical preparation for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students taking engineering courses. This book offers a review of standard mathematics coursework while effectively integrating science and engineering throughout the text. It explores the use of engineering applications, carefully explains links to engineering practice, and introduces the mathematical tools required for understanding and utilizing software packages. Provides comprehensive coverage of mathematics used by engineering students Combines stimulating examples with formal exposition and provides context for the mathematics presented Contains a wide variety of applications and homework problems Includes over 300 figures, more than 40 tables, and over 1500 equations Introduces useful MathematicaTM and MATLAB® procedures Presents faculty and student ancillaries, including an online student solutions manual, full solutions manual for instructors, and full-color figure sides for classroom presentations Advanced Engineering Mathematics covers ordinary and partial differential equations, matrix/linear algebra, Fourier series and transforms, and numerical methods. Examples include the singular value decomposition for matrices, least squares solutions, difference equations, the z-transform, Rayleigh methods for matrices and boundary value problems, the Galerkin method, numerical stability, splines, numerical linear algebra, curvilinear coordinates, calculus of variations, Liapunov functions, controllability, and conformal mapping. This text also serves as a good reference book for students seeking additional information. It incorporates Short Takes sections, describing more advanced topics to readers, and Learn More about It sections with direct references for readers wanting more in-depth information.
Author: S. Selçuk Bayin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2013-06-05
A complete introduction to the multidisciplinary applications of mathematical methods In order to work with varying levels of engineering and physics research, it is important to have a firm understanding of key mathematical concepts such as advanced calculus, differential equations, complex analysis, and introductory mathematical physics. Essentials of Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering provides a comprehensive introduction to these methods under one cover, outlining basic mathematical skills while also encouraging students and practitioners to develop new, interdisciplinary approaches to their research. The book begins with core topics from various branches of mathematics such as limits, integrals, and inverse functions. Subsequent chapters delve into the analytical tools that are commonly used in scientific and engineering studies, including vector analysis, generalized coordinates, determinants and matrices, linear algebra, complex numbers, complex analysis, and Fourier series. The author provides an extensive chapter on probability theory with applications to statistical mechanics and thermodynamics that complements the following chapter on information theory, which contains coverage of Shannon's theory, decision theory, game theory, and quantum information theory. A comprehensive list of references facilitates further exploration of these topics. Throughout the book, numerous examples and exercises reinforce the presented concepts and techniques. In addition, the book is in a modular format, so each chapter covers its subject thoroughly and can be read independently. This structure affords flexibility for individualizing courses and teaching. Providing a solid foundation and overview of the various mathematical methods and applications in multidisciplinary research, Essentials of Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering is an excellent text for courses in physics, science, mathematics, and engineering at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels. It also serves as a useful reference for scientists and engineers who would like a practical review of mathematical methods.
Vector analysis is one of the most useful branches of mathematics. It is a highly scientific field that is used in practical problems arising in engineering and applied sciences. Based on notes gathered throughout the many years of teaching vector calculus, the main purpose of the book is to illustrate the application of vector calculus to physical problems. The theory is explained elegantly and clearly and there is an abundance of solved problems to manifest the application of the theory. The beauty of this book is the richness of practical applications. There are nine chapters each of which contains ample exercises at the end. A bibliography list is also included for ready reference. The book concludes with two appendices. Appendix A contains answers to some selected exercises, and Appendix B contains some useful vector formulas at a glance.This book is suitable for a one semester course for senior undergraduates and junior graduate students in science and engineering. It is also suitable for the scientists and engineers working on practical problems.
Author: Phil Dyke
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
Release Date: 1998-11-11
Genre: Analysis (Mathematics)
This book is a student guide to the applications of differential and integral calculus to vectors. Such material is normally covered in the later years of an engineering or applied physical sciences degree course, or the first and second years of a mathematics degree course. The emphasis is on those features of the subject that will appeal to a user of mathematics, rather than the person who is concerned mainly with rigorous proofs. The aim is to assist the reader to acquire good proficiency in algebraic manipulation that can be used in critically assessing the results obtained from using graphics calculators and algebraic software packages.