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|A Mathcad Manual for Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics - Computational Edition, 1st Ed.|
|This supplement provides all of the necessary instructions to use Mathcadr Student or Professional software to aid the reader in solving homework problems. It is keyed heavily to the accompanying dynamics text and works through many of the sample problems in detail. While this supplement suggests ways in which to use Mathcadr to enhance your understanding of dynamics and teach you efficient computational skills, you may also browse through the Mathcadr Student manual and think of your own usage of Mathcadr to solve problems and applications in other courses. The first chapter is a general introduction to Mathcadr that concludes with a sample application of Mathcadr to a dynamics problem and can be studied while reading Chapter 1 of the accompanying text.|
CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION Numerical Calculator Algebraic Calculations Symbolic Calculations CHAPTER 1 - KINEMATICS OF A PARTICLE 1.4 Inverse Dynamics Problem Effect of Noise in Data Sample Problems 1.1-1.2, 1.6-1.7, 1.10-1.12, 1.14-1.20, 1.22, 1.24 1.5 Relative Motion Sample Problems 1.25-1.26, 1.34-1.35 CHAPTER 2 - KINEMATICS OF PARTICLES Sample Problems 2.1, 2.3-2.8, 2.10, 2.12-2.15, 2.17, 2.22-2.23 CHAPTER 3 - WORK-ENERGY AND IMPULSE-MOMENTUM: THE FIRST INTEGRALS OF MOTION Impact Problems Sample Problem 3.11 CHAPTER 4 - SYSTEM OF PARTICLES Sample Problems 4.2-4.3 CHAPTER 5 - KINEMATICS OF RIGID BODIES Sample Problems 5.8, 5.14-5.16 5.10 Analysis of Plane Motion in terms of a Parameter sample Problems 5.21, 5.23-5.26, 5.31 CHAPTER 6 - DYNAMICS OF RIGID BODIES IN PLANE MOTION Sample Problems 6.1, 6.3-6.6, 6.8-6.9, 6.11 CHAPTER 7 - POWER, WORK, ENERGY, IMPULSE, AND MOMENTUM OF A RIGID BODY Sample Problem 7.9 CHAPTER 8 - THREE-DIMENSIONAL DYNAMICS OF RIGID BODIES Sample Problems 8.2-8.4 CHAPTER 9 - VIBRATION Sample Problems 9.6, 9.9, 9.10-9.11 APPENDIX A INDEX
|Cengage Learning||S||ISBN-10: 0495296090|
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|A Mathcad Manual for Engineering Mechanics: Statics - Computational Edition, 1st Ed.|
|This supplement to Engineering Mechanics: Statics provides all of the necessary instructions to use Mathcad Student of Professional software to aid the reader in solving homework problems and working through the sample problems within the text. It is keyed heavily to the accompanying Statics text and works through many of the sample problems in detail. While this supplement suggests ways in which to use Mathcad to enhance your understanding of statics and teach you efficient computational skills, you may also browse through the Mathcad Student manual and think of your own usage of Mathcad to solve statics problems and applications in other courses. The manual consists of 11 chapters. The first chapter is a general introduction to Mathcad that concludes with a sample application of Mathcad to a statics problem and can be studied while reading Chapter 1 of the accompanying Statics text. The following 10 chapters present appropriate Mathcad solutions for some of the sample problems given in the text. Chapter 1 - Using Mathcad Computational Software Numerical Calculation Working with Functions Symbolic Calculations Solving Algebraic Equations Graphs and Plots Application of Mathcad to a Statics Problem Along with solutions to sample problems, other topics covered within this manual include: Mathcad as a Vector Calculator; Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations; Using Mathcad for Other Matrix Calculations; Scalar of Dot Product; Vector or Cross Product Between Two Vectors; Parametric Solutions; Solution of Nonlinear Algebraic Equations; Vector or Cross Product Between Two Vectors; Numerical and Symbolic Integration; Three-Dimensional Scatter Plots; Symbolic Generation of Equilibrium Equations; Discontinuity Functions; Cables; Wedges; Belt Friction; Principle Second Moments of Area; Eigenvalue Problems|
CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION CHAPTER 1 - USING MATHCAD COMPUTATIONAL SOFTWARE Numerical Calculation Working with Functions Symbolic Calculations Solving Algebraic Equations Graphs and Plots Application of Mathcad to a Statics Problem CHAPTER 2 - VECTOR ANALYSIS Sample Problem 2.5: Mathcad Solution Mathcad as a Vector Calculator Sample Problem 2.7: Mathcad Solution Sample Problem 2.8 Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations Sample Problem 2.9 Sample Problem 2.10: Mathcad Solution Using Mathcad for Other Matrix Calculations Sample Problem 2.12: Mathcad Solution Scalar or Dot Product Sample Problems 2.13 and 2.14: Mathcad Solutions Sample Problem 2.14 Vector or Cross Product Between Two Vectors Sample Problem 2.16 Sample Problem 2.17 Sample Problem 2.18 Sample Problem 2.19 CHAPTER 3 - PARTICLE EQUILIBRIUM Parametric Solutions Sample Problem 3.4 Sample Problem 3.5 Sample Problem 3.6 Sample Problem 3.8 Solution of Nonlinear Algebraic Equations Sample Problem 3.9 Sample Problem 3.10 Sample Problem 3.13 Sample Problem 3.14 Sample Problem 3.15 CHAPTER 4 - RIGID BODIES: EQUIVALENT FORCE SYSTEMS Vector or Cross product Between Two Vectors Sample Problem 4.4 Sample Problem 4.5 Sample Problem 4.6 Sample Problem 4.7 Sample Problem 4.8 Sample Problem 4.9 Sample Problem 4.10 Sample Problem 4.11 Sample Problem 4.12 Sample Problem 4.13 Sample Problem 4.14 Sample Problem 4.16 Sample Problem 4.17 CHAPTER 5 - DISTRIBUTED FORCES: CENTROIDS AND CENTER OF GRAVITY Numerical and Symbolic Integration Sample Problem 5.1 Sample Problem 5.3 Three-Dimensional Scatter Plots CHAPTER 6 - EQUILIBRIUM OF RIGID BODIES Sample Problem 6.4 Sample Problem 6.5 Sample Problem 6.6 Sample Problem 6.7 Sample Problem 6.8 Sample Problem 6.10 Sample Problem 6.11 Symbolic Generation of Equilibrium Equations Sample Problem 6.12 CHAPTER 7 - ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURES Sample Problem 7.2 Sample Problem 7.3 Sample Problem 7.4 CHAPTER 8 - INTERNAL FORCES IN STRUCTURAL MEMBERS Sample Problem 8.4 Sample Problem 8.6 Discontinuity Functions Cables Sample Problem 8.8 Sample Problem 8.9 Sample Problem 8.10 CHAPTER 9 - FRICTION Sample Problem 9.2 Sample Problem 9.3 Sample Problem 9.4 Wedges Belt Friction CHAPTER 10 - MOMENTS OF INERTIA Principal Second Moments of Area Sample Problem 10.5 Eigenvalue Problem CHAPTER 11 - VIRTUAL WORK Sample Problem 11.3 Sample Problem 11.4 Sample Problem 11.7 SUMMARY INDEX
|Cengage Learning||S||ISBN-10: 0495295949|
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|Essential Mathcad for Engineering, Science, and Math w/ CD, 2nd Edition|
|Using the author's considerable experience of applying Mathcad to engineering problems, Essential Mathcad introduces the most powerful functions and features of the software and teaches how to apply these to create comprehensive calculations for any quantitative subject. The simple, step-by-step approach makes this book an ideal Mathcad text for professional engineers as well as engineering , science, and math students. Examples from a variety of fields demonstrate the power and utility of Mathcad's tools, while also demonstrating how other software, such as Excel spreadsheets, can be incorporated effectively. A full version of Mathcad v15 is available by using the registration code included in the front of the book (North America only). The included software is for educational purposes only.|
|Academic Press - ELSEVIER||ISBN-10: 0123747839|
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|Essential PTC Mathcad« Prime« 3.0|
Learn how to use PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0, one of the world's leading tools for technical computing, in the context of engineering, science, and math applications. Quickly harness the power of Mathcad to solve simple and complex problems. Essential PTC Mathcad is perfect for college students and first-time users as well as for experienced Mathcad users who are moving to Prime 3.0.
The book introduces the most powerful functions and features of the new Prime 3.0 software and teaches how to apply them to create comprehensive calculations for any quantitative subject. Examples from several fields demonstrate the power and utility of Mathcad's tools while also demonstrating how users can effectively incorporate other software, such as Excel spreadsheets. A free 12-month student trial edition of PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 is available by using the registration code included in the book.
Introduction to Mathcad; Variables and Regions; Simple Functions; Units!; Mathcad Settings; Arrays, Vectors, and Matrices; Selected Mathcad Functions; Plotting; Simple Logic Programming; Introduction to Symbolic Calculations; Solving Engineering Equations; Advanced Programming; Calculus and Differential Equations; Putting it all Together; Mathcad Settings; Customizing Mathcad; Templates; Assembling Calculations from Standard Calculation Worksheets; Importing Files from Other Programs in Mathcad; Communicating with Other Programs Using Components; Microsoft Excel Component; Inputs and Outputs; Hyperlinks and Tables of Contents; Conclusion
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|Introduction to Mathcad 15, 3rd Ed.|
1 • MATHCAD: THE ENGINEER’S SCRATCH PAD 1
2 • MATHCAD FUNDAMENTALS 12
4 • WORKING WITH MATRICES 104
6 • PROGRAMMING IN MATHCAD 209
7 • SYMBOLIC MATH USING MATHCAD 266
8 • NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES 305
9 • USING MATHCAD WITH OTHER PROGRAMS 343
|Prentice Hall - PEARSON||ISBN-10: 0136025137|
|PGS: N/A||List: 67.00 YOUR PRICE: 63.65|
|MathCAD® for Introductory Physics, 1st Ed.|
1. MathCAD Fundamentals.
2. Curves and Curve Fitting.
3. Units and Dimensional Analysis.
7. Momentum and Collisions.
8. Rotational Motion.
12. Heat and Thermodynamics.
13. Kinetic Theory.
14. Electric and Magnetic Fields.
15. Applications of the Lorentz Force.
18. Fast Fourier Transform.
19. Special Topics.
|Addison Wesley - PEARSON||ISBN-10: 0201547368|
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|Mathcad: A Tool for Engineers and Scientists + CD-ROM to accompany Mathcad, 2nd Ed.|
|McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math||S||ISBN-10: 0077231562|
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|Numerical Methods Using MathCAD®, 1st Ed.|
Sample Problems and Numerical Methods. Some Basic Issues. Getting Started in Mathcad.
2. Solving Equations of One Variable.
Bisection Method. Regula Falsi and Secant Methods. Newton's Method. Muller's Method. Mathcad's Methods.
3. Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Direct Methods.
Gaussian Elimination. Gaussian Elimination with Row Pivoting. Gaussian Elimination for Tridiagonal Systems. Mathcad's Methods.
4. Solving Systems of Linear Equations: Iterative Methods.
Jacobi Method. Gauss-Seidel Method. Successive Overrelaxation. Mathcad's Methods.
5. Systems of Nonlinear Equations.
Newton's Method for Systems of Equations. Fixed-Point Iteration for Nonlinear Systems. Minimum of a Nonlinear Function. Mathcad's Methods.
6. LU Factorization.
LU Factorization from Gaussian Elimination. LU Factorization of Tridiagonal Matrices. LU Factorization with Pivoting. Direct LU Factorization. Applications of LU Factorization. Mathcad's Methods.
7. Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, and QR Factorization.
Power Method. QR Factorization. Finding Eigenvalues Using QR Factorization. Mathcad's Methods.
Polynomial Interpolation. Hermite Interpolation. Rational Function Interpolation. Spline Interpolation. Mathcad's Methods.
9. Function Approximation.
Least Squares Approximation. Continuous Least-Squares Approximation. Function Approximation at a Point. Mathcad's Methods.
10. Fourier Methods.
Fourier Approximation and Interpolation. Fourier Transforms for n = 2r. Fast Fourier Transforms for General n. Mathcad's Methods.
11. Numerical Differentiation and Integration.
Differentiation. Basic Numerical Integration. Better Numerical Integration. Gaussian Quadrature. Mathcad's Methods.
12. Ordinary Differential Equations: Initial-Value Problems.
Taylor Methods. Runge-Kutta Methods. Multistep Methods. Stability. Mathcad's Methods.
13. Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations.
Higher-Order ODEs. Systems of Two First-Order ODE. Systems of First-Order ODE-IVP. Stiff ODE and Ill-Conditioned Problems. Mathcad's Methods.
14. Ordinary Differential Equations: Boundary-Value Problems.
Shooting Method for Solving Linear BVP. Shooting Method for Solving Nonlinear BVP. Finite-Difference Method for Solving Linear BVP. Finite-Difference Method for Nonlinear BVP. Mathcad's Methods.
15. Partial Differential Equations.
Classification of PDE. Heat Equation: Parabolic PDE. Wave Equation: Hyperbolic PDE. Poisson Equation: Elliptic PDE. Finite-Element Method for Solving an Elliptic PDE. Mathcad's Methods.
|Addison Wesley - PEARSON||ISBN-10: 013061081X|
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|Random Signals for Engineers Using Matlab and Mathcad|
|This introduction to random variables and signals is intended to provide engineering students with the analytical and computational tools for processing random signals using linear systems, developing the underlying theory as well as applications and maki, Preface.- Introduction to Sets and Probability.- One Dimensional Random Variables.- Operations on Random Numbers.- Two Dimensional Random Variables.- Random Processes.- Transformation of Random Processes.- Applications of Theory.- Appendix A. Linear Signa|
|SPRINGER VERLAG||H||ISBN-10: 0387989563|
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|Tolerance Analysis of Electron Circuits Using MATHCAD|
|MATHCAD Root Sum Square and Extreme Value Analysis MATHCAD Derivatives Approximate Derivatives Extreme Value Analysis (EVA) Root Sum Square (RSS) Analysis DC Differential Amplifier Asymmetric Tolerances General RSS/EVA Equation Sequence Compare MATHCAD EVA with Spice Compare Circuit Analysis Methods More Compicated Circuits RTD A Matrix MATHCAD EVA/RSS Analysis of RTD Circuit Tolerance Analysis of a Bandpass Filter Spice Analysis Bandpass Filter with Asymmetric Tolerances Low Pass Filter Monte Carlo Analysis Random Number Generator MATHCAD's Random Number Generator Gaussian Random Number Generator (RNG) Converting to Random Tolerances Monte Carlo Analysis-DC Differential Amplifier MCA of RTD Circuit MCA Bandpass Filter (BPF) Fast Monte Carlo Analysis-FMCA FMCA-Bandpass Filter MCA of BPF Component Slopes Sallen & Key BPF Sallen & Key BPF-FMCA & EVA MCA-Sallen & Key BPF Why the MCA Spikes Occur Estimating Manufacturing Yield BPF Yield Analysis Advanced Topics Differential Amplifier EVA/RSS of Opamp Offsets MCA of Opamp Offsets Comparing Normal and Uniform Distributions MCA of Opamo Offsets (continued) Tolerance Analysis of LM158 Opamp Stability/Phase Margin Tolerance Analysis of an A-to-D Circuit Decimal to 8-Bit Binary Conversion NS MF10 Switched Capacitor Filter-Mode 3, BPF 400Hz Full-Wave Rectifier Circuit Confidence Intervals for 3s RSS Confidence Intervals for the Mean Large Circuit Comparator Circuit 100Hz Clock Generator Iterative Transient Analysis Half-Wave Rectifier Transient Analysis Second Order Transient Analysis Transient MCA of Bridged-T Circuit Pulse Transformer-Frequency Response Pusle Transformer-Transient Response Spice Listing Appendix Derivation of the RSS Equation Derivation of Factor for Uniform Distribution Inputs Asymmetric Gaussian Distribution Ratio Algorithms Bandpass Filter Spice Comparison MCA of BPF Derivation of 400Hz FWR dc Equation References MATHCAD|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||S||ISBN-10: 0849323398|
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