Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers
This book is also available through the Introductory Engineering Custom Publishing System. If you are interested in creating a course-pack that includes chapters from this book, you can get further information by calling 212-850-6272 or sending email inquiries to engineerjwiley.com. Designed to cover scores of numerical techniques (including statistical methods) encountered by engineers and technologists. Pedagogically sound it uses a conversational style and contains highlighted key words and end-of-chapter summaries along with method summary, pitfalls and recommendations for choice of techniques. 80% of the worked examples and case studies are based on applied problems. A complete chapter on design features problems relevant to using this tool in engineering practice. Offers over 40 pseudocodes for implementing methods discussed.
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Adams-Moulton algorithm angle applied approximation augmented matrix bisection method boundary conditions Chapter coefficient matrix column component compute control points convergence coordinates criterion function curve decimal denote derivative determine diagonal differential equations digits discussed eigenvalues elements engineering equal estimate Euler method example explicit method expressed formula Gauss elimination Gauss-Jordan method Gauss-Seidel Gauss-Seidel method given grid initial input integrand integration interpolation interval Jacobi method joints Lagrange language limit loop LU decomposition magnitude mathematical maximum modified Euler multiplication n x n Newton-Raphson method obtain operations pivot row polynomial power method predictor-corrector method problem procedure Pseudocode quadrature quantity result right-hand side right-hand vector root round-off errors Runge-Kutta methods scalar secant method second-order shown in Fig Simpson's rule solution of Eq solving step system of equations Table Taylor series trapezoidal rule triangular truncation error truss variable Write zero