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Type: Book
Title: Engineering modelling and analysis
Author: Walker, D.
Leonard, M.
Metcalfe, A.
Lambert, M.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publisher Place: United States
Issue Date: 2009
ISBN: 0415469619
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David Walker, Martin Lambert, Michael Leonard and Andrew Metcalfe
Abstract: Introducing engineering students to numerical analysis and computing, this book covers a range of topics suitable for the first three years of a four year undergraduate engineering degree. The teaching of computing to engineers is hampered by the lack of suitable problems for the students to tackle, so much effort has gone into making the problems in this book realistic and relevant, while at the same time solvable for undergraduates. Taking a balanced approach to teaching computing and computer methods at the same time, this book satisfies the need to be able to use computers (using both formal languages such as Fortran and other applications such as Matlab and Microsoft Excel), and the need to be able to solve realistic engineering problems.
Contents: Preface Part 1: Introduction 1. Engineering Modelling & Analysis 2. Accuracy, Speed & Algorithms Part 2: Roots of Equations 3. Introduction 4. Bracket Methods 5. Open Methods
Rights: © 2009 Taylor & Francis Group
DOI: 10.1201/9781315274867
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