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This volume consists of papers presented at the Variational Analysis and Aerospace Engineering Workshop II held in Erice, Italy in September 2010 at the International School of Mathematics "Guido Stampacchia." The workshop provided a platform for aerospace engineers and mathematicians (from universities, research centers and industry) to discuss the advanced problems requiring an extensive application of mathematics. The presentations were dedicated to the most advanced subjects in engineering and, in particular to computational fluid dynamics methods, introduction of new materials, optimization in aerodynamics, structural optimization, space missions, flight mechanics, control theory and optimization, variational methods and applications, etc.
This book will capture the interest of researchers from both academia and industry.
In the last couple of decades the Boundary Element Method (BEM) has become a well-established technique that is widely used for solving various problems in electrical engineering and electromagnetics. Although there are many excellent research papers published in the relevant literature that describe various BEM applications in electrical engineering and electromagnetics, there has been a lack of suitable textbooks and monographs on the subject. This book presents BEM in a simple fashion in order to help the beginner to understand the very basic principles of the method. It initially derives BEM for the simplest potential problems and subsequently builds on these to formulate BEM for a wide range of applications in electromagnetics. The book aims to introduce both undergraduate and graduate students to the BEM fundamentals in a way that enables the reader to solve more complex problems on their own. In addition, it will serve as a useful text to enable professional engineers and research students to make full use of BEM in electrical engineering.
A Catholic Engineer Searches for GOD is an entertaining, intriguing, and thought-provoking book. It enables the reader to absorb, comprehend, and gradually conclude that there (probably) is no God, and religion is obsolete.
This edition covers ethics of animal research up to date, primarily by incorporating the thoughtful treatment of the issue by Hal Herzog in his recent text about human-animal interaction. It closes with a discussion of how to review the literature with a new section that includes specific tips on how to organize and write a literature review. This issue also includes a discussion of effect size, power, and meta-analysis, especially by showing the manner in which they are interrelated and significantly increases coverage of the methods used and the issues involved with conducting online research.
Perturbation Methods for Engineers and Scientists examines the main techniques of perturbation expansions applied to both differential equations and integral expressions. It describes several fluid dynamics applications, including aerofoils, boundary layers in momentum heat, and mass transfer. In addition, it applies the multiple scale technique to the description of surface roughness effects in lubrication. The book's intuitive, rather than formal, approach enables these advanced techniques to be used by scientists and engineers as well as by students.
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