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Engineering Science

Engineering Science Book
Author : William Bolton
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2015-06-05
ISBN : 1317572297
File Size : 54,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Comprehensive engineering science coverage that is fully in line with the latest vocational course requirements New chapters on heat transfer and fluid mechanics Topic-based approach ensures that this text is suitable for all vocational engineering courses Coverage of all the mechanical, electrical and electronic principles within one volume provides a comprehensive exploration of scientific principles within engineering Engineering Science is a comprehensive textbook suitable for all vocational and pre-degree courses. Taking a subject-led approach, the essential scientific principles engineering students need for their studies are topic-by-topic based in presntation. Unlike most of the textbooks available for this subject, Bill Bolton goes beyond the core science to include the mechanical, electrical and electronic principles needed in the majority of courses. A concise and accessible text is supported by numerous worked examples and problems, with a complete answer section at the back of the book. Now in its sixth edition, the text has been fully updated in line with the current BTEC National syllabus and will also prove an essential reference for students embarking on Higher National engineering qualifications and Foundation Degrees.

Software Engineering for Science

Software Engineering for Science Book
Author : Jeffrey C. Carver,Neil P. Chue Hong,George K. Thiruvathukal
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 2016-11-03
ISBN : 1498743862
File Size : 31,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Software Engineering for Science provides an in-depth collection of peer-reviewed chapters that describe experiences with applying software engineering practices to the development of scientific software. It provides a better understanding of how software engineering is and should be practiced, and which software engineering practices are effective for scientific software. The book starts with a detailed overview of the Scientific Software Lifecycle, and a general overview of the scientific software development process. It highlights key issues commonly arising during scientific software development, as well as solutions to these problems. The second part of the book provides examples of the use of testing in scientific software development, including key issues and challenges. The chapters then describe solutions and case studies aimed at applying testing to scientific software development efforts. The final part of the book provides examples of applying software engineering techniques to scientific software, including not only computational modeling, but also software for data management and analysis. The authors describe their experiences and lessons learned from developing complex scientific software in different domains. About the Editors Jeffrey Carver is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Alabama. He is one of the primary organizers of the workshop series on Software Engineering for Science (http://www.SE4Science.org/workshops). Neil P. Chue Hong is Director of the Software Sustainability Institute at the University of Edinburgh. His research interests include barriers and incentives in research software ecosystems and the role of software as a research object. George K. Thiruvathukal is Professor of Computer Science at Loyola University Chicago and Visiting Faculty at Argonne National Laboratory. His current research is focused on software metrics in open source mathematical and scientific software.

Engineering Science

Engineering Science Book
Author : Mike Tooley,Lloyd Dingle
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2020-08-31
ISBN : 1000171310
File Size : 49,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Focusing primarily on core topics in mechanical and electrical science, students enrolled on a wide range of higher education engineering courses at undergraduate level will find Engineering Science, second edition, an invaluable aid to their learning. With updated and expanded content, this new edition covers sections on the mechanics of materials, dynamics, thermodynamics, electrostatics and electromagnetic principles, and a.c./d.c. circuit theory. Entirely new sections are devoted to the study of gyroscopes and the effect of applied torques on their behaviour, and the use of Laplace transformation as a tool for modelling complex networks of inductance, capacitance and resistance. In addition, a new overview of the decibel (dB) introduces a handy technique for expressing logarithmic ratios. Knowledge-check and review questions, along with activities, are included throughout the book, and the necessary background mathematics is integrated alongside the appropriate areas of engineering. The result is a clear and easily accessible textbook that encourages independent study and covers the essential scientific principles that students will meet at this level. The book is supported with a companion website for students and lecturers at www.key2engineeringscience.com, and it includes: • Solutions to the Test Your Knowledge and Review Questions in the book • Further guidance on Essential Mathematics with introductions to vectors, vector operations, the calculus and differential equations, etc. • An extra chapter on steam properties, cycles and plant • Downloadable SCILAB scripts that help simplify some of the advanced mathematical content • Selected illustrations from the book

Polymer Engineering Science and Viscoelasticity

Polymer Engineering Science and Viscoelasticity Book
Author : Hal F. Brinson,L. Catherine Brinson
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2015-01-24
ISBN : 1489974857
File Size : 35,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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This book provides a unified mechanics and materials perspective on polymers: both the mathematics of viscoelasticity theory as well as the physical mechanisms behind polymer deformation processes. Introductory material on fundamental mechanics is included to provide a continuous baseline for readers from all disciplines. Introductory material on the chemical and molecular basis of polymers is also included, which is essential to the understanding of the thermomechanical response. This self-contained text covers the viscoelastic characterization of polymers including constitutive modeling, experimental methods, thermal response, and stress and failure analysis. Example problems are provided within the text as well as at the end of each chapter. New to this edition: · One new chapter on the use of nano-material inclusions for structural polymer applications and applications such as fiber-reinforced polymers and adhesively bonded structures · Brings up-to-date polymer production and sales data and equipment and procedures for evaluating polymer characterization and classification · The work serves as a comprehensive reference for advanced seniors seeking graduate level courses, first and second year graduate students, and practicing engineers

STEM Starters for Kids Engineering Activity Book

STEM Starters for Kids Engineering Activity Book Book
Author : Jenny Jacoby
Publisher : Racehorse for Young Readers
Release : 2017-09-05
ISBN : 9781631581946
File Size : 35,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Engineering is what brings machines to life. Little learners can discover more about engineering at home by reading the simple explanations and doing the beautifully illustrated activities on each page. Start a lifelong passion for STEM subjects and inspire children to, one day, contribute an invention of their own to the world.

Design Engineering and Science

Design Engineering and Science Book
Author : Nam Pyo Suh,Miguel Cavique,Joseph Timothy Foley
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2021-10-25
ISBN : 303049232X
File Size : 27,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Design Engineering and Science teaches the theory and practice of axiomatic design (AD). It explains the basics of how to conceive and deliver solutions to a variety of design problems. The text shows how a logical framework and scientific basis for design can generate creative solutions in many fields, including engineering, materials, organizations, and a variety of large systems. Learning to apply the systematic methods advocated by AD, a student can construct designs that lead to better environmental sustainability and to increased quality of life for the end-user at the same time reducing the overall cost of the product development process. Examples of previous innovations that take advantage of AD methods include: • on-line electric vehicle design for electric buses with wireless power supply; • mobile harbors that allow unloading of large ships in shallow waters; • microcellular plastics with enhanced toughness and lower weight; and • organizational changes in companies and universities resulting in more efficient and competitive ways of working. The book is divided into two parts. Part I provides detailed and thorough instruction in the fundamentals of design, discussing why design is so important. It explains the relationship between and the selection of functional requirements, design parameters and process variables, and the representation of design outputs. Part II presents multiple applications of AD, including examples from manufacturing, healthcare, and materials processing. Following a course based on this text students learn to create new products and design bespoke manufacturing systems. They will gain insight into how to create imaginative design solutions that satisfy customer needs and learn to avoid introducing undue complexity into their designs. This informative text provides practical and academic insight for engineering design students and will help instructors teach the subject in a novel and more rigorous fashion. Their knowledge of AD will stand former students in good stead in the workplace as these methods are both taught and used in many leading industrial concerns.

Becoming Leaders

Becoming Leaders Book
Author : F. Mary Williams,Carolyn J. Emerson
Publisher : Amer Society of Civil Engineers
Release : 2008
ISBN : 9780784409206
File Size : 52,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Williams and Emerson consulted the best research on a wide range of topics of interest to women in different stages of their careers and present important, timely information alongside practical tips.

Optical Engineering Science

Optical Engineering Science Book
Author : Stephen Rolt
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release : 2020-01-07
ISBN : 111930279X
File Size : 41,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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A practical guide for engineers and students that covers a wide range of optical design and optical metrology topics Optical Engineering Science offers a comprehensive and authoritative review of the science of optical engineering. The book bridges the gap between the basic theoretical principles of classical optics and the practical application of optics in the commercial world. Written by a noted expert in the field, the book examines a range of practical topics that are related to optical design, optical metrology and manufacturing. The book fills a void in the literature by coving all three topics in a single volume. Optical engineering science is at the foundation of the design of commercial optical systems, such as mobile phone cameras and digital cameras as well as highly sophisticated instruments for commercial and research applications. It spans the design, manufacture and testing of space or aerospace instrumentation to the optical sensor technology for environmental monitoring. Optics engineering science has a wide variety of applications, both commercial and research. This important book: Offers a comprehensive review of the topic of optical engineering Covers topics such as optical fibers, waveguides, aspheric surfaces, Zernike polynomials, polarisation, birefringence and more Targets engineering professionals and students Filled with illustrative examples and mathematical equations Written for professional practitioners, optical engineers, optical designers, optical systems engineers and students, Optical Engineering Science offers an authoritative guide that covers the broad range of optical design and optical metrology topics and their applications.