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Physics for engineers and scientist Hans C. Ohanian, John T. Markert

By: Ohanian, Hans C [autor]Contributor(s): Markert, John T [autor]Publisher: United States of America Norton & Company 2007Edition: 3th. EditionDescription: li, 1430 pages pages 28 cmContent type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9780393926316Subject(s): Fisica | TermodinámicaDDC classification: 530
Contents:
Motion, force, and energy. - - Oscillations, waves, and fluids. - - Temperature, heat, and thermodynamics. - - Electricity and magnetism. - - Waves and optics. - - Relativity, quanta, and particles.
Summary: Our aim in physics for engineers and scientists, Third edition, is to present a modern view of classical mechanics and electromagnetism, including some optics and quantum physics. We also want to offer students a glimpse of the practical applications off physics in science, engineering, and everyday life. The book and its learning package emerged from a collaborative effort that began more than six years ago.
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Colección general 530 O363 (Browse shelf) 3th. Edition 2007 2 Available 0000056293
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The text presents a modern view of classical mechanics and electromagnetism for today's science and engineering students, including coverage of optics and quantum physics and emphasizing the relationship between macroscopic and microscopic phenomena.

Organized to address specific concepts and then build on them, this highly readable text divides each chapter into short, focused sections followed by review questions. Using real-world examples, the authors offer a glimpse of the practical applications of physics in science and engineering, developing a solid conceptual foundation before introducing mathematical results and derivations (a basic knowledge of derivatives and integrals is assumed).

Includes index, appendix 1. Greek alphabet. - - 2. Mathematics review. - - 3. Geometry and trigonometry review. - - 4. Calculus review. - - 5. Propagating uncertainties. - - 6. The international system of units. - - 7. Best values of fundamental constants. - - 8. Conversion factors. - - 9. The periodic table and chemical elements. - - 10. Formula sheets. - - 11. Answers to odd-numbered problems and review problems

Motion, force, and energy. - - Oscillations, waves, and fluids. - - Temperature, heat, and thermodynamics. - - Electricity and magnetism. - - Waves and optics. - - Relativity, quanta, and particles.

Our aim in physics for engineers and scientists, Third edition, is to present a modern view of classical mechanics and electromagnetism, including some optics and quantum physics. We also want to offer students a glimpse of the practical applications off physics in science, engineering, and everyday life. The book and its learning package emerged from a collaborative effort that began more than six years ago.

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