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# Engineering analysis with Maple/Mathematica / Abraham I. Beltzer.

Material type: TextPublication details: London : Academic Press, c1995.ISBN:
• 0120855704
DDC classification:
• 620.00285 20
Contents:
Symbolic Manipulation Codes - Introduction to Maple/Mathematica -- Direct Methods -- Finite Element Method -- Finite Difference Methods -- Workshop -- Appendix A: Manipulations with Matrices -- Appendix B: Section-file Correspondence.
Summary: Engineering Analysis with Maple/Mathematica shows how, by using symbolic codes, the process of deriving analytical and numerical results relevant for engineering design becomes much easier. This allows students or researchers to concentrate on the underlying ideas rather than being hampered by the associated calculations. The book is divided into five parts, covering basic information on symbolic codes through to solving engineering problems with them. A disk is included written for Maple and Mathematica, to enable the reader to experiment freely with a variety of problems.
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Symbolic Manipulation Codes - Introduction to Maple/Mathematica -- Direct Methods -- Finite Element Method -- Finite Difference Methods -- Workshop -- Appendix A: Manipulations with Matrices -- Appendix B: Section-file Correspondence.

Engineering Analysis with Maple/Mathematica shows how, by using symbolic codes, the process of deriving analytical and numerical results relevant for engineering design becomes much easier. This allows students or researchers to concentrate on the underlying ideas rather than being hampered by the associated calculations. The book is divided into five parts, covering basic information on symbolic codes through to solving engineering problems with them. A disk is included written for Maple and Mathematica, to enable the reader to experiment freely with a variety of problems.

1 31/2 in. computer disk attached to inside back cover.

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