A good mathematical model of a physical situation leads to improved understanding. A good model must be robust and predictive, anticipating results that can be verified by experiment. This book shows engineers how to construct such models and how to solve them numerically, two enormouslyimportant tasks in practical engineering.optical character recognition (OCR) oxidation of silicon, model of 7 1 PAFEC 4 parabolic equation 49, 59, 74 Parkinsona#39;s law 5 ... theory 129 propagation constant 221 pulse code modulation (PCM) 237 punch-through diode 27 Laplacea#39;s equation 12, 27, 29, 49, 50, 58, ... 68, 131, 233 MATLAB 4 Maxwell liquid 18 Maxwella#39;s equations 75 Method of Moments 247 minority carrier recombination 133 mixedanbsp;...

Title | : | Applied numerical modelling for engineers |

Author | : | Donard De Cogan, Anne De Cogan |

Publisher | : | Oxford University Press, USA - 1997 |

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