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1. HVAC equations, data, and rules of thumb [2016]
 Bell, Arthur A., author.
 Third edition.  New York : McGrawHill Education, [2016]
 Description
 Book — xix, 636 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
 Summary

 Part 1. Introduction
 Part 2. Definitions
 Part 3. Equations
 Part 4. Conversion Factors
 Part 5. Cooling Load Rules of Thumb
 Part 6. Heating Load Rules of Thumb
 Part 7. Infiltration Rules of Thumb
 Part 8. Ventilation Rules of Thumb
 Part 9. Humidification Rules of Thumb
 Part 10. People/Occupancy Rules of Thumb
 Part 11. Lighting Rules of Thumb
 Part 12. Appliance/Equipment Rules of Thumb
 Part 13. Cooling Load Factors
 Part 14. Heating Load Factors
 Part 15. Design Conditions and Energy Conservation
 Part 16. HVAC System Selection Criteria
 Part 17. Air Distribution Systems
 Part 18. Piping Systems, General
 Part 19. Hydronic (Water) Piping Systems
 Part 20. Glycol Piping Systems
 Part 21. Steam Piping Systems
 Part 22. Steam Condensate Piping Systems
 Part 23. AC Condensate Piping
 Part 24. Refrigerant Piping Systems
 Part 25. Air Handling Units
 Part 26. Fans
 Part 27. Pumps
 Part 28. Chillers
 Part 29. Cooling Towers and Condensers
 Part 30. Heat Exchangers
 Part 31. Boilers
 Part 32. Motors and Motor Controllers
 Part 33. Humidifiers
 Part 34. Filters
 Part 35. Insulation
 Part 36. Fire Stopping and ThroughPenetration Systems
 Part 37. Makeup Water
 Part 38. Water Treatment and Chemical Feed Systems
 Part 39. Automatic Controls Building Automation Systems
 Part 40. Equipment Schedules
 Part 41. Equipment Manufacturers
 Part 42. Building Construction Business Fundamentals
 Part 43. Architectural, Structural, and Electrical Information
 Part 44. Properties of Air
 Part 45. Properties of Water
 Part 46. Cleanroom Criteria
 Part 47. Wind Chill and Heat Index
 Part 48. Miscellaneous
 Part 49. General Notes
 Part 50. Designer's Checklist
 Part 51. Professional Societies and Trade Organizations
 Part 52. References and Design Manuals.
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 1. Introduction
 2. Definitions
 3. Equations
 4. Conversion Factors
 5. Cooling Load Rules of Thumb
 6. Heating Load Rules of Thumb
 7. Infiltration Rules of Thumb
 8. Ventilation Rules of Thumb
 9. Humidification Rules of Thumb
 10. People/Occupancy Rules of Thumb
 11. Lighting Rules of Thumb
 12. Appliance/Equipment Rules of Thumb
 13. Cooling Load Factors
 14. Heating Load Factors
 15. Design Conditions and Energy Conservation
 16. HVAC System Selection Criteria
 17. Air Distribution Systems
 18. Piping Systems General
 19. Hydronic (Water) Piping Systems
 20. Glycol Piping Systems
 21. Steam Piping Systems
 22. Steam Condensate Piping Systems
 23. AC Condensate Systems
 24. Refrigerant Piping Systems
 25. Air Handling Units
 26. Fans
 27. Pumps
 28. Chillers
 29. Cooling Towers and Condensers
 30. Heat Exchangers
 31. Boilers and Furnaces
 32. Motors and Motor Controllers
 33. Humidifiers
 34. Filters
 35. Insulation
 36. Fire Stopping and ThroughPenetration Systems
 37. Makeup Water
 38. Water Treatment and Chemical Feed Systems
 39. Automatic Control and Building Automation Systems
 40. Equipment Schedules
 41. Equipment Manufacturers
 42. Building Construction Business Fundamentals
 43. Architectural, Structural and Electrical Information
 44. Sound, Vibration, and Acoustics
 45. Properties of Air
 46. Properties of Water
 47. Cleanroom Criteria
 48. Wind Chill and Heat Index
 49. Miscellaneous
 50. General Notes
 51. Designer's Checklist
 52. Professional Societies and Trade Organizations
 53. References and Design Manuals.
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This comprehensive volume, often called the "HVAC bible, " has been thoroughly updated to cover the latest code changes, equipment, and techniques HVAC Equations, Data, and Rules of Thumb, 3e offers all of the information an HVAC student or professional needs in one resource. The book thoroughly explains the expansion of piping systems and temperature limitations of new materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, PVC, CPVC, and PEX. Detailed information is included for all types of facilities, including offices, hotels, hospitals, restaurants, commercial spaces, and computer rooms. This practical handbook reflects all the latest code changesincluding the ASHRAE standardsand explains how to interpret and put them to use. It includes completely updated coverage of new pumps, chillers, air handling units, cooling equipment, boilers, and pipe material. You will get complete coverage of sustainability organizations that have become more important since last edition, including LEED, USGBC, Energy Star. Features hundreds of equations and rules for everything from ductwork to airhandling systems Includes a brandnew chapter on sound, vibration, and acoustics Contains an updated list of equipment manufacturers for all products featured.
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2. Programming with MATLAB 2016 [2016]
 Lee, HueiHuang, author.
 Mission, KS : SDC Publications, [2016]
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 Book — 400 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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3. Numerical methods for engineers [2015]
 Chapra, Steven C., author.
 Seventh edition.  New York, NY : McGrawHill Education, [2015]
 Description
 Book — xvi, 970 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
 Summary

 Part 1 Modeling, Computers, and Error Analysis
 1 Mathematical Modeling and Engineering Problem Solving
 2 Programming and Software
 3 Approximations and RoundOff Errors
 4 Truncation Errors and the Taylor Series
 Part 2 Roots of Equations
 5 Bracketing Methods
 6 Open Methods
 7 Roots of Polynomials
 8 Case Studies: Roots of Equations
 Part 3 Linear Algebraic Equations
 9 Gauss Elimination
 10 LU Decomposition and Matrix Inversion
 11 Special Matrices and GaussSeidel
 12 Case Studies: Linear Algebraic Equations
 Part 4 Optimization
 13 OneDimensional Unconstrained Optimization
 14 Multidimensional Unconstrained Optimization
 15 Constrained Optimization
 16 Case Studies: Optimization
 Part 5 Curve Fitting
 17 LeastSquares Regression
 18 Interpolation
 19 Fourier Approximation
 20 Case Studies: Curve Fitting
 Part 6 Numerical Differentiation and Integration
 21 NewtonCotes Integration Formulas
 22 Integration of Equations
 23 Numerical Differentiation
 24 Case Studies: Numerical Integration and Differentiation
 Part 7 Ordinary Differential Equations
 25 RungeKutta Methods
 26 Stiffness and Multistep Methods
 27 BoundaryValue and Eigenvalue Problems
 28 Case Studies: Ordinary Differential Equations
 Part 8 Partial Differential Equations
 29 Finite Difference: Elliptic Equations
 30 Finite Difference: Parabolic Equations
 31 FiniteElement Method
 32 Case Studies: Partial Differential Equations Appendix A The Fourier Series Appendix B Getting Started with Matlab Appendix C Getting Starte dwith Mathcad Bibliography Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780073397924 20160618
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4. Civil engineering solved problems [2012]
 Lindeburg, Michael R.
 6th ed.  Belmont, Calif. : Professional Publications, c2012.
 Description
 Book — 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.
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5. Computational continuum mechanics [2012]
 Shabana, Ahmed A., 1951
 2nd ed.  Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
 Description
 Book — xii, 328 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 1. Introduction
 2. Kinematics
 3. Forces and stresses
 4. Constitutive equations
 5. Plasticity formulations
 6. Finite element formulations: largedeformation, largerotation problem
 7. Finite element formulation: smalldeformation, largerotation problem
 8. Computational geometry and finite element analysis.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781107016026 20160614
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 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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 Book — xi, 189 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 1. Introduction
 2. Modelling
 3. Numerical aspects of CFD
 4. Turbulent flow modelling
 5. Turbulent mixing and chemical reactions
 6. Multiphase flow modelling
 7. Best practice guidelines
 8. References and further reading Appendix.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781107018952 20160615
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TA357 .C58776 2012  Unknown 
 Chandrupatla, Tirupathi R., 1944
 4th ed.  Upper Saddle River,NJ : Pearson, c2012.
 Description
 Book — xvi, 496 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 PREFACE XIII ABOUT THE AUTHOR XVI
 1 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
 1 1.1 Introduction
 1 1.2 Historical Background
 1 1.3 Outline of Presentation
 2 1.4 Stresses and Equilibrium
 2 1.5 Boundary Conditions
 4 1.6 StrainDisplacement Relations
 5 1.7 StressStrain Relations
 6 Special Cases,
 7 1.8 Temperature Effects
 8 1.9 Potential Energy and Equilibrium: The RayleighRitz Method
 9 Potential Energy ss ,
 9 RayleighRitz Method,
 12 1.10 Galerkin's Method
 14 1.11 Saint Venant's Principle
 18 1.12 Von Mises Stress
 19 1.13 Principle of Superposition
 19 1.14 Computer Programs
 20 1.15 Conclusion
 20 Historical References
 20 Problems
 21
 2 MATRIX ALGEBRA AND GAUSSIAN ELIMINATION
 28 2.1 Matrix Algebra
 28 Row and Column Vectors,
 29 Addition and Subtraction,
 29 Multiplication by a Scalar,
 29 Matrix Multiplication,
 29 Transposition,
 30 Differentiation and Integration,
 30 Square Matrix,
 31 Diagonal Matrix,
 31 Identity Matrix,
 31 Symmetric Matrix,
 32 Upper Triangular Matrix,
 32 Determinant of a Matrix,
 32 Matrix Inversion,
 32 Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors,
 33 Positive Definite Matrix,
 35 Cholesky Decomposition,
 35 2.2 Gaussian Elimination
 35 General Algorithm for Gaussian Elimination,
 37 Symmetric Matrix,
 40 Symmetric Banded Matrices,
 40 Solution with Multiple Right Sides,
 40 Gaussian Elimination with Column Reduction,
 42 Skyline Solution,
 44 Frontal Solution,
 45 2.3 Conjugate Gradient Method for Equation Solving
 45 Conjugate Gradient Algorithm,
 46 Input Data/Output
 46 Problems
 47 Program Listings,
 49
 3 ONEDIMENSIONAL PROBLEMS
 51 3.1 Introduction
 51 3.2 Finite Element Modeling
 52 Element Division,
 52 Numbering Scheme,
 53 3.3 Shape Functions and Local Coordinates
 55 3.4 The PotentialEnergy Approach
 59 Element Stiffness Matrix,
 60 Force Terms,
 62 3.5 The Galerkin Approach
 64 Element Stiffness,
 64 Force Terms,
 65 3.6 Assembly of the Global Stiffness Matrix and Load Vector
 66 3.7 Properties of K
 69 3.8 The Finite Element Equations: Treatment of Boundary Conditions
 70 Types of Boundary Conditions,
 70 Elimination Approach,
 71 Penalty Approach,
 76 Multipoint Constraints,
 82 3.9 Quadratic Shape Functions
 85 3.10 Temperature Effects
 92 3.11 Problem Modeling and Boundary Conditions
 96 Problem in Equilibrium,
 96 Symmetry,
 97 Two Elements with Same End Displacements,
 97 Problem with a Closing Gap,
 98 Input Data/Output,
 98 Problems
 99 Program Listing,
 111
 4 TRUSSES
 117 4.1 Introduction
 117 4.2 Plane Trusses
 118 Local and Global Coordinate Systems,
 118 Formulas for Calculating / and m,
 119 Element Stiffness Matrix,
 120 Stress Calculations,
 121 Temperature Effects,
 126 4.3 ThreeDimensional Trusses
 129 4.4 Assembly of Global Stiffness Matrix for the Banded and Skyline Solutions
 131 Assembly for Banded Solution,
 131 Skyline Assembly ,
 132 4.5 Problem Modeling and Boundary Conditions
 134 Inclined Support in Two Dimensions,
 134 Inclined Support in Three DimensionsLine Constraint,
 134 Inclined Support in Three DimensionsPlane Constraint,
 135 Symmetry and Antisymmetry ,
 136 Input Data/Output,
 138 Problems
 139 Program Listing,
 147
 5 BEAMS AND FRAMES
 150 5.1 Introduction
 150 PotentialEnergy Approach,
 151 Galerkin Approach,
 152 5.2 Finite Element Formulation
 153 Element StiffnessDirect Approach,
 157 5.3 Load Vector
 158 5.4 Boundary Considerations
 159 5.5 Shear Force and Bending Moment
 160 5.6 Beams on Elastic Supports
 162 5.7 Plane Frames
 163 5.8 ThreeDimensional Frames
 169 5.9 Problem Modeling and Boundary Conditions
 173 5.10 Some Comments
 174 Input Data/Output,
 174 Problems
 176 Program Listings,
 183
 6 TWODIMENSIONAL PROBLEMS USING CONSTANT STRAIN TRIANGLES
 188 6.1 Introduction
 188 6.2 Finite Element Modeling
 189 6.3 Constant Strain Triangle (CST)
 191 Isoparametric Representation,
 192 PotentialEnergy Approach,
 198 Element Stiffness,
 198 Force Terms,
 199 Integration Formula on a Triangle,
 206 Galerkin Approach,
 206 Stress Calculations,
 208 Temperature Effects,
 210 6.4 Problem Modeling and Boundary Conditions
 212 Some General Comments on Dividing into Elements,
 215 6.5 Patch Test and Convergence
 215 Patch Test,
 215 6.6 Orthotropic Materials
 216 Temperature Effects,
 220 Input Data/Output,
 222 Problems
 225 Program Listing,
 238
 7 AXISYMMETRIC SOLIDS SUBJECTED TO AXISYMMETRIC LOADING
 242 7.1 Introduction
 242 7.2 Axisymmetric Formulation
 243 7.3 Finite Element Modeling: Triangular Element
 245 PotentialEnergy Approach,
 248 Body Force Term,
 249 Rotating Flywheel,
 249 Surface Traction,
 250 Galerkin Approach,
 252 Stress Calculations,
 255 Temperature Effects,
 256 7.4 Problem Modeling and Boundary Conditions
 256 Cylinder Subjected to Internal Pressure,
 256 Infinite Cylinder,
 257 Press Fit on a Rigid Shaft,
 257 Press Fit on an Elastic Shaft,
 258 Belleville Spring,
 259 Thermal Stress Problem,
 260 Input Data/Output,
 262 Problems
 263 Program Listing,
 271
 8 TWODIMENSIONAL ISOPARAMETRIC ELEMENTS AND NUMERICAL INTEGRATION
 273 8.1 Introduction
 273 8.2 The FourNode Quadrilateral
 273 Shape Functions,
 273 Element Stiffness Matrix,
 276 Element Force Vectors,
 279 8.3 Numerical Integration
 279 TwoDimensional Integrals,
 283 Stiffness Integration,
 283 Stress Calculations,
 284 8.4 Higher Order Elements
 286 NineNode Quadrilateral,
 287 EightNode Quadrilateral,
 289 SixNode Triangle,
 290 Integration on a TriangleSymmetric Points,
 291 Integration on a TriangleDegenerate Quadrilateral,
 292 8.5 FourNode Quadrilateral for Axisymmetric Problems
 294 8.6 Conjugate Gradient Implementation of the Quadrilateral Element
 295 8.7 Concluding Remarks and Convergence
 295 8.8 References for Convergence
 297 Input Data/Output,
 298 Problems
 300 Program Listings,
 308
 9 THREEDIMENSIONAL PROBLEMS IN STRESS ANALYSIS
 312 9.1 Introduction
 312 9.2 Finite Element Formulation
 313 Element Stiffness,
 316 Force Terms,
 317 9.3 Stress Calculations
 317 9.4 Mesh Preparation
 318 9.5 Hexahedral Elements and Higher Order Elements
 322 9.6 Problem Modeling
 324 9.7 Frontal Method for Finite Element Matrices
 326 Connectivity and Prefront Routine,
 327 Element Assembly and Consideration of Specified dof,
 328 Elimination of Completed dof,
 328 Backsubstitution,
 329 Consideration of Multipoint Constraints,
 329 Input Data/Output,
 330 Problems
 332 Program Listings,
 336
 10 SCALAR FIELD PROBLEMS
 345 10.1 Introduction
 345 10.2 Steady State Heat Transfer
 346 OneDimensional Heat Conduction,
 347 OneDimensional Heat Transfer in Thin Fins,
 355 TwoDimensional SteadyState Heat Conduction,
 359 TwoDimensional Fins,
 369 Preprocessing for Program Heat2D,
 370 10.3 Torsion
 370 Triangular Element,
 372 Galerkin Approach,
 373 10.4 Potential Flow, Seepage, Electric and Magnetic Fields, and Fluid Flow in Ducts
 376 Potential Flow,
 376 Seepage,
 378 Electrical and Magnetic Field Problems,
 379 Fluid Flow in Ducts,
 381 Acoustics,
 383 Boundary Conditions,
 384 OneDimensional Acoustics,
 384 OneDimensional Axial Vibrations,
 386 TwoDimensional Acoustics,
 388 10.5 Conclusion
 389 Input Data/Output,
 389 Problems
 391 Program Listings,
 402
 11 DYNAMIC CONSIDERATIONS
 408 11.1 Introduction
 408 11.2 Formulation
 408 Solid Body with Distributed Mass,
 409 11.3 Element Mass Matrices
 411 11.4 Evaluation of Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
 416 Properties of Eigenvectors,
 417 EigenvalueEigenvector Evaluation,
 417 Inverse Iteration Method ,
 420 Generalized Jacobi Method,
 423 Tridiagonalization and Implicit Shift Approach,
 427 Bringing Generalized Problem to Standard Form,
 427 Tridiagonalization,
 428 Implicit Symmetric QR Step with Wilkinson Shift for Diagonalization,
 431 11.5 Interfacing with Previous Finite Element Programs and a Program for Determining Critical Speeds of Shafts
 432 11.6 Guyan Reduction
 433 11.7 Rigid Body Modes
 436 11.8 Conclusion
 438 Input Data/Output,
 438 Problems
 440 Program Listings,
 446
 12 PREPROCESSING AND POSTPROCESSING
 453 12.1 Introduction
 453 12.2 Mesh Generation
 453 Region and Block Representation,
 453 Block Corner Nodes, Sides, and Subdivisions,
 454 12.3 Postprocessing
 461 Deformed Configuration and Mode Shape,
 461 Contour Plotting,
 462 Nodal Values from Known Constant Element Values for a Triangle,
 463 LeastSquares Fit for a FourNoded Quadrilateral,
 465 12.4 Conclusion
 466 Input Data/Output,
 467 Problems
 468 Program Listings,
 470
 APPENDIX 483 BIBLIOGRAPHY
 486 ANSWERS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS
 490 INDEX 492.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780132162746 20160607
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8. Advanced engineering mathematics [2011]
 Zill, Dennis G., 1940
 4th ed.  Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett, c2011.
 Description
 Book — 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm. + 1 CDROM (4 3/4 in.).
 Summary

 Introduction to differential equations
 Firstorder differential equations
 Higherorder differential equations
 The laplace transform
 Series solutions of linear differential equations
 Numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations
 Vectors
 Matrices
 Vector calculus
 Systems of linear differential equations
 Systems of nonlinear differential equations
 Orthogonal functions and fourier series
 Boundaryvalue problems in rectangular coordinates
 Boundaryvalue problems in other coordinate systems
 Integral transform method
 Numerical solutions of partial differentials equations
 Functions of a complex variable
 Integration in the complex plane
 Series and residues
 Conformal mappings.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780763779665 20160603
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9. Advanced engineering mathematics [2011]
 Stroud, K. A.
 5th ed.  New York : Industrial Press, Inc., c2011.
 Description
 Book — xxiv, 1111 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Numerical Solution of Equations and Interpolation. Laplace Transforms
 Part 1. Laplace Transforms
 Part 2. Laplace Transforms
 Part 3. Z Transforms. Fourier Series. Introduction to the Fourier Transforms. Power Series Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations. Numerical Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations. Partial Differentiation. Partial Differential Equations. Matrix Algebra. Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations. Multiple Integration
 1. Multiple Integration
 2. Integral Functions. Vector Analysis
 1. Vector Analysis
 2. Vector Analysis
 3. Complex Analysis
 1. Complex Analysis
 2. Complex Analysis
 3. Optimization and Linear Programming. Appendix. Answers. Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780831134495 20160607
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10. Advanced engineering mathematics [2011]
 Kreyszig, Erwin.
 10th ed.  Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2011.
 Description
 Book — xxi, 1113, 109, 130 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

The tenth edition of this bestselling text includes examples in more detail and more applied exercises; both changes are aimed at making the material more relevant and accessible to readers. Kreyszig introduces engineers and computer scientists to advanced math topics as they relate to practical problems. It goes into the following topics at great depth differential equations, partial differential equations, Fourier analysis, vector analysis, complex analysis, and linear algebra/differential equations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780470458365 20160610
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QA401 .K7 2011  Unknown 2hour loan 
QA401 .K7 2011  Unknown 2hour loan 
CME10201, ENGR155A01
 Course
 CME10201  Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers
 Instructor(s)
 Le, Hung
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 ENGR155A01  Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers
 Instructor(s)
 Le, Hung
11. The finite element method in engineering [2011]
 Rao, Singiresu S., 1944
 5th ed.  Amsterdam ; Boston, MA : ButterworthHeinemann, c2011.
 Description
 Book — xv, 710 p. : ill ; 29 cm.
 Summary

Finite Element Analysis is an analytical engineering tool originated by the Aerospace and nuclear power industries to find usable, approximate solutions to problems with many complex variables. It is an extension of derivative and integral calculus, and uses very large matrix arrays and mesh diagrams to calculate stress points, movement of loads and forces, and other basic physical behaviors. Rao provides a thorough grounding of the mathematical principles for setting up finite element solutions in civil, mechanical, and aerospace engineering applications. The new edition includes examples using modern computer tools such as Matlab, Ansys, Nastran, and Abaqus. Professional engineers will benefit from the introduction to the many useful applications of finite element analysis, and will gain a better understanding of its limitations and special uses. New to this edition: examples and applications in Matlab, Ansys, and Abaqus; structured problem solving approach in all worked examples; new discussions throughout, including the direct method of deriving finite element equations, use of strong and weak form formulations, complete treatment of dynamic analysis, and detailed analysis of heat transfer problems; more examples and exercises; and, all figures revised and redrawn for clarity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781856176613 20160608
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12. Introduction to MATLAB [2011]
 Etter, Delores M. (Delores Maria), 1947
 2nd ed.  Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, c2011.
 Description
 Book — xii, 236 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 1 / AN INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING PROBLEM SOLVING
 1 Engineering Achievements
 1 1.1 Engineering Environment
 1 1.2 Engineering Computing and MATLAB
 2 1.3 An Engineering ProblemSolving Methodology
 7
 2 / GETTING STARTED WITH MATLAB
 16 Engineering Achievement: Wind Tunnels
 16 2.1 Introduction to MATLAB and MATLAB Windows
 16 2.2 Simple Operations
 24 2.3 Output Options
 39 2.4 Saving Your Work
 44
 3 / MATLAB FUNCTIONS
 56 Engineering Achievement:Weather Prediction
 56 3.1 Introduction to Functions
 56 3.2 Elementary Mathematical Functions
 59 3.3 Trigonometric Functions
 64 3.4 Data Analysis Functions
 68 3.5 Random Number Generating Functions
 79 3.6 UserDefined Functions
 86
 4 / PLOTTING
 96 Engineering Achievement: Ocean Dynamics
 96 4.1 xy Plots
 96 4.2 ThreeDimensional Plots
 118 4.3 Editing Plots from the Menu Bar
 123 4.4 Creating Plots from the Workspace Window
 125
 5 / CONTROL STRUCTURES
 130 Engineering Achievement: Signal Processing
 130 5.1 Relational and Logical Operators
 130 5.2 Selection Structures
 133 5.3 Loops
 144
 6 / MATRIX COMPUTATIONS
 152 Engineering Achievement: Manned Space Flight
 152 6.1 Special Matrices
 152 6.2 Matrix Operations and Functions
 158 6.3 Solutions to Systems of Linear Equations
 169
 7 / SYMBOLIC MATHEMATICS
 179 Engineering Achievement: Geolocation
 179 7.1 Symbolic Algebra
 179 7.2 Equation Solving
 185 7.3 Differentiation and Integration
 191
 8 / NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES
 197 Engineering Achievement: Dynamic Fluid Flow
 197 8.1 Interpolation
 197 8.2 Curve Fitting: Linear and Polynomial Regression
 206 8.3 Using the Interactive Fitting Tool
 214 8.4 Numerical Integration
 218 8.5 Numerical Differentiation
 221 INDEX.
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 International Conference on Modelling and Computation in Engineering (2010 : Hong Kong, China)
 Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boca Raton [Fla.] : CRC Press/Balkema, c2011.
 Description
 Book — vii, 209 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 Preface Influence analysis of core rock construction in super large section and span tunnel, D. Zhou, L. Cao, Y. Ma & Z. Shi Research on the application of BVP members in the seismic reduction technology for coreoutrigger structures, Z. Deng, F. Sun & G. Li Relaxation modulus prediction of asphaltrubber concrete based on micromechanics , N.S. Guo, Y.Q. Tan, Z.C.Wang &Y.H. Zhao Effect of forward swept leading edge on a transonic axial compressor rotor stall margin, Y.F. Shi, H.Wu, M. Li, K. Mao & L.X. Chen Research on inherent characteristics of the wind turbine tower based on field testing, R.L. Ma, Y.Q. Ma & H.Q. Liu Mapmatching algorithm based on the index mechanism, J. Zhai, H. Zhao, H. Mao &W. Sun Laboratory model experiments on dynamic behavior of road structures under repeated traffic loads, Z. Lu, H. Yao, J. Liu & M. Hu An agentbased distributed decision support system for fire rescue, Y.Wang, W. Shao &Y.Wang Optimum analysis of construction sequences in super large section and span tunnel, D. Zhou, Y. Ma, L. Cao & Z. Shi Force mechanism and nonlinear finite element analysis on the behavior of CFDSST columntobeam connections, Y. Li, Y.B. He, J. Guo, H.B. Zhou, P. Huang & B. Chen Seismic isolation of the railway bridge with tall piers using controlled rocking approach, X. Xia, X. Chen & X. Li Application of Miner's Law to the remaining service life prediction of airport cement concrete pavement, J.F. Liang, X.D. Zhang & Z.Q. Zhu Structural robust design based on InfoGap model, R. Xu, H. Tang & S. Xue Mathematical modeling method of trawler equipped with CPP, X.F. Sun, Y. Yin, H.L. Shen & X.Y. Zhang Modeling preferential zoneregulated freshwatersaltwater mixing zone, Y.Q. Xia & M.C. Boufadel Stability analysis of the built tunnel support affected by construction of overlapped tunnel based on numerical simulation, J. Jia & H.Wang Study on simulation test of heat transfer in unsaturated compacted red clay, Y.ZH. Tan, L.W. Kong &AI.G. Guo Numerical simulation of freespace explosion based on LSDYNA, L. Liu, Y. Yao, Y. Li & K. Xia Dynamic response of harmonic plane compressional waves around a circular cavity in liquidfilled solid halfspace, L.F. Jiang, S.X. Chen & Z. Han Unsaturated creep tests and empirical models of the sliding zone soils of the Qianjiangping landslide in Three Gorges, S.M.Wang & X.L. Lai Pounding effects of movable bearing on seismic behaviors of continuous girder bridges, W.L. Qiu, M. Jiang & L. Zhou Research on transient state of ultrasonic feeding, L. Li & Q. He Crack identification of multilayer plane frames based on wavelet transform of rotation mode, D.Q. Guan, N. Jiang &Y.T. Dong Research on lateral shearing deformation of asphalt pavement under heavy axle load, Y. Zhu, X. Kong & K.Wang Theoretical explanation on the characteristics of earthquake induced landslides by computation on model slopes, Y.H. Lang & H. Nakamura Energy and exergy analysis of air cooling systems with consideration of the thermal comfort, F.H. Ge, Q.S. Yu & C.Q.Wang Application of soilwater characteristic curve taking stress influence into considerations in unsaturated seepage analysis, Sh.M.Wang, H.B. Qin & G.Wang Upper bound analysis and calculation comparison for rock slope stability with HoekBrown failure criterion based on strength reduction technique, L.H. Zhao, D.P. Deng, F. Huang &Y.L. Lin Study on contribution rate of equipment manufacturing industry to the Northeast China's economic increase, W. Shao, L. Chen &W. Zhou Application of fiber wall element model in nonlinear analysis of steel high performance concrete shear walls, L. Bai & X. Liang Upper bound multirigidbody limit analysis on positive soil pressure based on the slipline field theory, L.H. Zhao, F. Yang, L. Li & J. Zhou Fabrication and testing of frequency selective surface based on fabrics, C. Li, Q.Wang, Z. Tang, J. Han, M. Shi & M. Li Apply grey relational analysis to microstructure and mechanical property of weld metal, L. Zhao, L.T. Yang & K.J. Dai Optimum study on windinduced vibration control by IGA, D.Y.Wang &Y. Zhou Risk analysis of tunnel shield machine drivingin and drivingout construction process in tunnelling engineering, D.L. Yang, R.J. Zheng & H.Z. Guo Research on CPR parameters impact on hemodynamic effects based on mathematics model, L. Xu & X.Wu Infinite element method for solving open boundary field problem and its application in resitivity welllogging, Z. Tang, J. Yuan, J. Zhu &W. Yan Author index.
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 Dechaumphai, Pramote.
 Oxford : Alpha Science, c2011.
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 Book — xi, 489 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 First Step to Numerical Methods / Root of Equations / System of Linear Equations / Interpolation and Extrapolation / LeastSquares Regression / Numerical Integration and Differentiation / Ordinary Differential Equations / Partial Differential Equations / Finite Element Method / Bibliography / Appendixes / Index.
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15. Differential equations for engineers [2010]
 Xie, WeiChau, 1964
 Cambridge [U.K.] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
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 Book — xvi, 550 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 1. Introduction
 2. Firstorder and simple higherorder differential equations
 3. Applications of firstorder and simple higherorder equations
 4. Linear differential equations
 5. Applications of linear differential equations
 6. The Laplace transform and its applications
 7. Systems of linear differential equations
 8. Applications of systems of linear differential equations
 9. Series solutions of differential equations
 10. Numerical solutions of differential equations
 11. Partial differential equations
 12. Solving ordinary differential equations using Maple Appendix A. Tables of mathematical formulas.
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16. Engineering computation with MATLAB [2010]
 Smith, David M., 1942
 2nd ed.  Boston : Addison/Wesley, c2010.
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 Book — 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Previous Edition TOC
 Chapter 1: Introduction to Computers and Programming 1.1 Background 1.2 History of Computer Architectures 1.3 Computing Systems Today 1.4 Executing a MATLAB Program 1.5 Problem Solving
 Chapter 2: Getting Started with MATLAB 2.1 Programming Language Background 2.2 Basic Data Manipulation 2.3 The MATLAB User Interface 2.4 Scripts 2.5 Engineering Example Spacecraft Launch
 Chapter 3: Arrays 3.1 Concept: Using Builtin Functions 3.2 Concept: Data Collections 3.3 MATLAB Vectors 3.4 Engineering Example Forces and Moments 3.5 MATLAB Arrays 3.6 Engineering Example Computing Soil Volume
 Chapter 4: Execution Control 4.1 Concept: Code Blocks 4.2 Conditional Execution in General 4.3 if Statements 4.4 switch Statements 4.5 Iteration in General 4.6 for Loops 4.7 while Loops 4.8 Engineering Example Computing Liquid Levels
 Chapter 5: Functions 5.1 Concepts: Abstraction and Encapsulation 5.2 Black Box View of a Function 5.3 MATLAB Implementation 5.4 Engineering Example Measuring a Solid Object
 Chapter 6: Character Strings 6.1 Character String Concepts: Mapping and Casting 6.2 MATLAB Implementation 6.3 Format Conversion Functions 6.4 Character String Operations 6.5 Arrays of Strings 6.6 Engineering Example Encryption
 Chapter 7: Cell Arrays and Structures 7.1 Concept: Collecting Dissimilar Objects 7.2 Cell Arrays 7.3 MATLAB Structures 7.4 Structure Arrays 7.5 Engineering Example Assembling a Structure
 Chapter 8: File Input and Output 8.1 Concept: Serial Input and Output (I/O) 8.2 MATLAB Workspace I/O 8.3 HighLevel I/O Functions 8.4 LowerLevel File I/O 8.5 Engineering Example Spreadsheet Data
 Chapter 9: Recursion 9.1 Concept: The Activation Stack 9.2 Recursion Defined 9.3 Implementing a Recursive Function in MATLAB 9.4 Exceptions 9.5 Wrapper Functions 9.6 Tail Recursion 9.7 Mutual Recursion 9.8 Generative Recursion 9.9 Examples of Recursion 9.10 Engineering Example Robot Arm Motion
 Chapter 10: Principles of Problem Solving 10.1 Solving Simple Problems 10.2 Assembling Solution Steps 10.3 Summary of Operations 10.4 Solving Larger Problems 10.5 Engineering Example Processing GeoPolitical Data
 Chapter 11: Plotting 11.1 Plotting in General 11.2 2D Plotting 11.3 3D Plotting 11.4 Surface Plots 11.5 Engineering Example Visualizing Geographic Data
 Chapter 12: Matrices 12.1 Concept: Behavioral Abstraction 12.2 Matrix Operations 12.3 MATLAB Implementation 12.4 Rotating Coordinates 12.5 Solving Simultaneous Linear Equations 12.6 Engineering Examples
 Chapter 13: Images 13.1 Nature of an Image 13.2 Image Types 13.3 Reading, Displaying, and Writing Images 13.4 Operating on Images 13.5 Engineering Example Detecting Edges
 Chapter 14: Processing Sound 14.1 The Physics of Sound 14.2 Recording and Playback 14.3 MATLAB Implementation 14.4 Time Domain Operations 14.5 The Fast Fourier Transform 14.6 Frequency Domain Operations 14.7 Engineering Example Oil Rig Structural Integrity
 Chapter 15: Numerical Methods 15.1 Interpolation 15.2 Curve Fitting 15.3 Numerical Integration 15.4 Numerical Differentiation 15.5 Engineering Example Analyzing Rocket Data
 Chapter 16: Sorting 16.1 Measuring Algorithm Cost 16.2 Algorithms for Sorting Data 16.3 Performance Analysis 16.4 Applications of Sorting Algorithms 16.5 Engineering Example A Selection of Countries Online Chapters
 Chapter 17: Searching Graphs
 Chapter 18: ObjectOriented Programming
 Chapter 19: Linked Lists
 Chapter 20: Binary Trees
 Chapter 21: Nary Trees and Graphs
 Chapter 22: The Cost of Computing Appendixes A MATLAB Special Characters, Reserved Words, and Symbols B The ASCII Character Set C Internal Number Representation D Web Reference Materials (online) E Answers to True or False and Fill in the Blanks (online) Index.
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TA345 .S585 2010  Unknown 
 Moin, Parviz.
 2nd ed.  Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
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 Book — xiv, 241 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 1. Interpolation
 2. Numerical differentiation  finite differences
 3. Numerical integration
 4. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations
 5. Numerical solution of partial differential equations
 6. Discrete transform methods Appendix. A review of linear algebra.
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TA335 .M65 2010  Unknown 2hour loan 
CME20601, ME300C01
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 CME20601  Introduction to Numerical Methods for Engineering
 Instructor(s)
 Mani, Ali
 Course
 ME300C01  Introduction to Numerical Methods for Engineering
 Instructor(s)
 Mani, Ali
 Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
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 Book — xxiv, 598 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
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 PREFACE
 1. INFORMATIONPASSING MULTISCALE METHODS IN SPACE
 1. Mixed multiscale finite element methods on adaptive unstructured grids using limited global information
 2. Formulations of Mechanics problems for materials with selfsimilar multiscale microstructure
 3. Nscale Model Reduction Theory
 2. CONCURRENT MULTISCALE METHODS IN SPACE
 4. Concurrent Coupling of Atomistic and Continuum Models
 5. Coarsegrained molecular dynamics: Concurrent Multiscale Simulation at Finite Temperature
 6. Atomistic to continuum coupling
 3. SPACETIME SCALE BRIDGING METHODS
 7. Methods of Systematic Upscaling
 8. Equationfree computation: an overview of patch dynamics
 9. On multiscale computational mechanics with timespace homogenization
 4. ADAPTIVITY, ERROR ESTIMATION AND UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION
 10. Estimation and Control of Modeling Error: A General Approach to Multiscale Modeling
 11. Error Estimates for Multiscale Methods for Multiphysics Problems
 5. MULTISCALE SOFTWARE
 12. Component Software for Multiscale Simulation
 6. SELECTED MULTISCALE APPLICATIONS
 13. Finite Temperature Multiscale Methods for Silicon NEMS
 14. Multiscale materials
 15. From Macroscopic to Mesoscopic Models of Chromatin Folding
 16. Multiscale Nature Inspired Chemical Engineering.
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 Optimisation multidisciplinaire en mécanique. English.
 London, UK : ISTE ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 2010.
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 Book — xvii, 549 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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20. MATLAB for engineers [2009]
 Moore, Holly.
 2nd ed.  New York : Prentice Hall, c2009.
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 Book — xiv, 610 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 Previous edition TOC
 SECTION 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO BASIC MATLAB SKILLS
 1. About Matlab 1.1 What is Matlab? 1.2 Student Edition of Matlab 1.3 How is Matlab used in Industry? 1.3.1 Electrical Engineering 1.3.2 Biomedical Engineering 1.3.3 Fluid Dynamics 1.4 Problem Solving in Engineering and Science
 2. Matlab Environment 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Matlab Windows 2.2.1 Command Window 2.2.2 Command History 2.2.3 Workspace Window 2.2.4 Current Directory Window 2.2.5 Document Window 2.2.6 Graphics Window 2.2.7 Edit Window 2.2.8 Start Button 2.3 Solving Problems with Matlab 2.3.1 Using Variables 2.3.2 Matrices in Matlab 2.3.2.1 Scalar Operations 2.3.2.2 Order of Operation 2.3.2.3 Array Operations 2.3.3 Number Display 2.3.3.1 Scientific Notation 2.3.3.2 Display Format 2.4 Saving Your Work 2.4.1 Saving Variables 2.4.2 Script Mfiles
 3. Builtin Matlab Functions 3.1 Using Builtin Functions 3.2 Using the Help Feature 3.3 Elementary Math Functions 3.3.1 Common Computations 3.3.2 Rounding Functions 3.3.3 Discrete Mathematics 3.4 Trigonometric Functions 3.5 Data Analysis Functions 3.5.1 Maximum and Minimum 3.5.2 Mean and Median 3.5.3 Sums and Products 3.5.4 Sorting Values 3.5.5 Determining Matrix Size 3.5.6 Variance and Standard Deviation 3.6 Random Numbers 3.6.1 Uniform Random Numbers 3.6.2 Gaussian Random Numbers 3.7 Complex Numbers 3.8 Computational Limits 3.9 Special Values and Miscellaneous Functions
 4. Manipulating Matlab Matrices 4.1 Manipulating Matrices 4.1.1 Defining Matrices 4.1.2 Using the Colon Operator 4.2 Problems with Two Variables 4.3 Special Matrices 4.3.1 Matrix of Zeros 4.3.2 Matrix of Ones 4.3.3 Diagonal Matrices 4.3.4 Magic Matrices
 5. Plotting 5.1 Two Dimensional Plots 5.1.1 Basic Plotting 5.1.2 Line, Color and Mark Style 5.1.3 Axis Scaling and Annotating Plots 5.2 Subplots 5.3 Other Types of Two Dimensional Plots 5.3.1 Polar Plots 5.3.2 Logarithmic plots 5.3.3 Bar Graphs and Pie Charts 5.3.4 Histograms 5.3.5 XY Graphs with two Y Axes 5.3.6 Function Plots 5.4 Three Dimensional Plotting 5.4.1 Three Dimensional Line Plot 5.4.2 Surface Plots 5.5 Editing Plots from the Menu Bar 5.6 Creating Plots from the Workspace Window 5.7 Saving Your Plots
 SECTION 2: PROGRAMMING IN MATLAB
 6. UserDefined Functions 6.1 Creating Function Mfiles 6.1.1 Syntax 6.1.2 Comments 6.1.3 Functions with Multiple Inputs and Outputs 6.1.4 Functions with No input or no outputs 6.1.5 Determining the number of input and output arguments 6.1.6 Local Variables 6.1.7 Global Variables 6.1.8 Accessing Mfile Code 6.2 Creating Your Own Tool Box of Functions 6.3 Anonymous Functions 6.4 Function Functions
 7. User Controlled Input and Output 7.1 User Defined Input 7.2 Output Options 7.2.1 Display Function 7.2.2 Formatted Output (fprintf) 7.3 Graphical Input 7.4 Using Cell Mode in Matlab Mfiles 7.5 Reading and Writing Data From Files
 8. Logical Functions and Control Structures 8.1 Relational and Logical Operators 8.2 Flow Charts and PseudoCode 8.3 Logical Functions 8.3.1 Find 8.3.2 Flow Charting and Pseudo Code for Find Commands 8.4 Selection Structures 8.4.1 The Simple If 8.4.2 If/Else 8.4.3 Elseif 8.4.4 Switch and Case 8.4.5 Menu 8.5 Repetition Structures  Loops 8.5.1 For Loops 8.5.2 While Loops 8.5.3 Break and Continue 8.5.4 Improving the Efficiency of Loops
 SECTION 3: ADVANCED MATLAB CONCEPTS
 9. Matrix Algebra 9.1 Matrix Operations and Functions 9.1.1 Transpose 9.1.2 Dot Product 9.1.3 Matrix Multiplication 9.1.4 Matrix Inverse 9.1.5 Determinants 9.1.6 Cross Products 9.2 Solutions to Systems of Linear Equations 9.2.1 Solution Using the Matrix Inverse 9.2.2 Solution Using Matrix Left Division 9.3 Special Matrices 9.3.1 Ones and Zeros 9.3.2 Identity Matrix 9.3.3.Other Matrices
 10. Other Kinds of Arrays 10.1 Data Types 10.1.1 Numeric Data Types 10.1.2 Character and String Data 10.1.3 Symbolic Data 10.1.4 Logical Data 10.1.5 Sparse Matrices 10.2 Multidimensional Arrays 10.3 Character Arrays 10.4 Cell Arrays 10.5 Structure Arrays
 11. Symbolic Mathematics 11.1 Symbolic Algebra 11.1.1 Creating Symbolic Variables 11.1.2 Manipulating Symbolic Expressions and Symbolic Equations 11.2 Solving Expressions and Equations 11.2.1 The Solve Function 11.2.2 Solving Systems of Equations 11.2.3 Substitution 11.3 Symbolic Plotting 11.3.1 The ezplot Function 11.3.2 Additional Symbolic Plots 11.4 Calculus 11.4.1 Differentiation 11.4.2 Integration 11.5 Differential Equations
 12. Numerical Techniques 12.1 Interpolation 12.1.1 Linear Interpolation 12.1.2 Cubic Spline Interpolation 12.1.3 Multidimensional Interpolation 12.2 Curve Fitting 12.2.1 Linear Regression 12.2.2 Polynomial Regression 12.2.3 The polyval function 12.3 Using the Interactive Fitting Tools 12.3.1 Basic Fitting Tools 12.3.2 Curve Fitting Toolbox 12.4 Differences and Numerical Differentiation 12.5 Numerical Integration 12.6 Solving Differential Equations Numerically
 13. Advanced Graphics 13.1 Images 13.2 Handle Graphics 13.3 Animation 13.4 Other Visualization Techniques 13.5 Introduction to Volume Visualization Appendix A: Command Summary Appendix B: Answers to Practice Exercises.
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