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By C. F. Chan Man, D. De Kee, P. N. Kaloni

This can be a mathematical textual content appropriate for college students of engineering and technological know-how who're on the 3rd 12 months undergraduate point or past. it's a booklet of acceptable arithmetic. It avoids the process of directory basically the ideas, via a couple of examples, with no explaining why the concepts paintings. therefore, it offers not just the information but additionally the know-why. both, the textual content has no longer been written as a booklet of natural arithmetic with an inventory of theorems via their proofs. The authors' objective is to aid scholars strengthen an figuring out of arithmetic and its functions. they've got avoided utilizing clichés like "it is apparent" and "it will be shown", that may be actual in basic terms to a mature mathematician. traditionally, the authors were beneficiant in writing down all of the steps in fixing the instance problems.
The booklet includes ten chapters. every one bankruptcy includes numerous solved difficulties clarifying the brought suggestions. a few of the examples are taken from the new literature and serve to demonstrate the functions in numerous fields of engineering and technology. on the finish of every bankruptcy, there are project issues of degrees of hassle. a listing of references is supplied on the finish of the book.
This ebook is the made of a detailed collaboration among mathematicians and an engineer. The engineer has been important in pinpointing the issues which engineering scholars stumble upon in books written by means of mathematicians.

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16-42) We can also determine the particular solution for a combination of the cases examined in (a to c) by intelligent guess work. We need to find the number of undetermined coefficients that can be determined to fit the differential equation. 14-3, 18-1). 16-2. Levenspiel (1972) describes a flow problem with diffusion, involving a firstdc A order chemical reaction. The reaction is characterized by the rate expression — ^ = - k c A . The average velocity in the tubular reactor is (v z ). The concentration of A is given at the inlet (z = 0) of the reactor by c A and at the outlet (z = L) by c ^ .

5-23) We change to polar coordinates (r, 9). 5-24a,b) n , , , 3f , 3f Calculate ^— and — . 5-23) and thus f is expressed explicitly as a function of r and 0 and the partial differentiation can be carried out. In many cases, the substitution can be very complicated. 6 IMPLICIT FUNCTIONS So far we have considered u as an explicit function of x and y [u = f (x, y)]. There are examples where it is more convenient to express u implicitly as a function of x and y. 6-1) where P is the pressure, V is the volume and T is the temperature.

12-34) where c' is a constant. 13 TOTAL OR EXACT FIRST-ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS A given differential equation, could have been obtained by differentiating an implicit function. 13-5) can be solved by inspection, after multiplication by an appropriate "integrating" factor. 10-1) is a total (or exact) differential equation. We suspect that the equation is exact. 10-1) could be represented by dF (x, y) = 0. 13-11,12) So M and N are partial derivatives of the same function F. 13-14), we know that we are dealing with the total derivative of a function of two variables.

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