Aims to foster interaction between industry at the grass roots level of specific problems. The problems presented in the book arise from models developed by industrial scientists engaged in research and development of new or improved products. The topics explored include: diffusion in porous media and in rubber/glass transition; coating flows; solvation of molecules; semiconductor processing; optoelectronics; photographic images; density-functional theory; sphere packing; performance evaluation; causal networks; electrical well logging; pursuit-evasion algorithms; and nonlinear viscoelasticity. Open problems and references are incorporated into most of the chapters. The final chapter contains some solutions to problems raised in earlier volumes.The GPS signal from satellite i at Si to the antenna 0 at location ZQ is S$(alt;) = Re[ Ax, t(t + tit - Tbil)eAl-(/a#39;+ Here, the signal ... A is an amplitude factor that accounts for transmission loss and satellite and receiver antenna patterns, fc is the carrier oranbsp;...
|Title||:||Mathematics in Industrial Problems|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1997-01-24|