Differential Models [electronic resource] : An Introduction with Mathcad / by Alexander Pavlovich Solodov, Valery Fedorovich Ochkov.

By: Solodov, Alexander Pavlovich [author.]Contributor(s): Ochkov, Valery Fedorovich [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2005Description: XII, 232 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540268208Subject(s): Engineering | Differential Equations | Differential equations, partial | Mathematical physics | Thermodynamics | Engineering mathematics | Mechanics, applied | Engineering | Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering | Theoretical and Applied Mechanics | Mathematical Methods in Physics | Ordinary Differential Equations | Partial Differential Equations | Mechanics, Fluids, ThermodynamicsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 519 LOC classification: TA329-348TA640-643Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Differential Mathematical Models -- Integrable Differential Equations -- Dynamic Model of Systems with Heat Generation -- Stiff Differential Equations -- Heat Transfer near the Stagnation Point at Cross Tube Flow -- The Falkner-Skan Equation of Boundary Layer -- Rayleigh’s Equation: Hydrodynamical Instability -- Kinematic Waves of Concentration in Ion-Exchange Filter -- Kinematic Shock Waves -- Numerical Modeling of the CPU-Board Temperature Field -- Temperature Waves.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Differential equations are often used in mathematical models for technological processes or devices. However, the design of a differential mathematical model is crucial and difficult in engineering. As a hands-on approach to learn how to pose a differential mathematical model the authors have selected 9 examples with important practical application and treat them as following: - Problem-setting and physical model formulation - Designing the differential mathematical model - Integration of the differential equations - Visualization of results Each step of the development of a differential model is enriched by respective Mathcad 11 commands, todays necessary linkage of engineering significance and high computing complexity. To support readers of the book with respect to changes that might occur in future versions of Mathcad (Mathcad 12 for example), updates of examples, codes etc. can be downloaded from the following web page www.thermal.ru. Readers can work with Mathcad-sheets of the book without any Mathcad by help Mathcad Application Server Technology.
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Differential Mathematical Models -- Integrable Differential Equations -- Dynamic Model of Systems with Heat Generation -- Stiff Differential Equations -- Heat Transfer near the Stagnation Point at Cross Tube Flow -- The Falkner-Skan Equation of Boundary Layer -- Rayleigh’s Equation: Hydrodynamical Instability -- Kinematic Waves of Concentration in Ion-Exchange Filter -- Kinematic Shock Waves -- Numerical Modeling of the CPU-Board Temperature Field -- Temperature Waves.

Differential equations are often used in mathematical models for technological processes or devices. However, the design of a differential mathematical model is crucial and difficult in engineering. As a hands-on approach to learn how to pose a differential mathematical model the authors have selected 9 examples with important practical application and treat them as following: - Problem-setting and physical model formulation - Designing the differential mathematical model - Integration of the differential equations - Visualization of results Each step of the development of a differential model is enriched by respective Mathcad 11 commands, todays necessary linkage of engineering significance and high computing complexity. To support readers of the book with respect to changes that might occur in future versions of Mathcad (Mathcad 12 for example), updates of examples, codes etc. can be downloaded from the following web page www.thermal.ru. Readers can work with Mathcad-sheets of the book without any Mathcad by help Mathcad Application Server Technology.

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