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MECMP31WL102014N

Author:Erwin Kreyszig
Publisher:WIley Publication
Edition:10th

## Book Condition:New

Engineering Mathematics is an essential tool for describing and analyzing engineering processes and systems. Mathematics also enables precise representation and communication of knowledge. Mathematical Methods fulfills the need for a book that not only effectively explains the concepts but also aids in visualizing the underlying geometric interpretation. Every chapter has easy to follow explanations of the theory and numerous step-by-step solved problems and examples. The questions have been hand-picked from the previous yearsâ€™ question papers and are suitable to the current pattern of questions asked. Extreme care has been taken to provide careful and correct mathematics, outstanding exercises and helpful worked examples.

Chapter 1 Interpolation and Curve Fitting
1.1 Introduction | 1.2 Finite Differences | 1.3 Interpolation | 1.4 Error in Polynomial Interpolation | 1.5 Lagrangeâ€™s Interpolation Formula for Unequal Intervals | 1.6 Spline Interpolation | 1.7 Curve Fitting
Chapter 2 Numerical Techniques
2.1 Introduction | 2.2 Graphical Method | 2.3 Bisection Method | 2.4 Method of False Position Method (Regula-Falsi Method) | 2.5 Iteration Method | 2.6 Newton-Raphson Method | 2.7 Matrix Decomposition Methods (LU Decomposition Method) | 2.8 Gauss-Seidel and Jacobi Iteration Method | 2.9 Numerical Differentiation | 2.10 Numerical Integration | 2.11 Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations by Taylorâ€™s Series Method | 2.12 Picardâ€™s Method | 2.13 Solution of Ordinary Differential Equation by Eulerâ€™s Method | 2.14 Solution of Ordinary Differential Equation by Runge-Kutta Methods | 2.15 Predictor-Corrector Methods
Chapter 3 Fourier Series
3.1 Introduction | 3.2 Limit of a Function | 3.3 Continuity | 3.4 Periodic Functions | 3.5 Fourier Series | 3.6 Dirichletâ€™s Conditions | 3.7 Eulerâ€™s Formulae | 3.8 Jump of a Function | 3.9 Fourier Series for Discontinuous Functions | 3.10 Even and Odd Functions | 3.11 Change of Interval | 3.12 Half-Range Series
Chapter 4 Fourier Transforms
4.1 Introduction | 4.2 Integral Transforms | 4.3 Fourier Integral | 4.4 Complex Form of Fourier Integral | 4.5 Fourier Transforms and Inversion Transforms | 4.6 Finite Fourier Transforms and Their Inverse | 4.7 Parsevalâ€™s Identity | 4.8 Applications of Fourier Transforms
Chapter 5 Partial Differential Equations and Their Applications
5.1 Introduction | 5.2 Formation of Partial Differential Equations | 5.3 Solution of Partial Differential Equations of First Order | 5.4 Solution of Linear PDEs | 5.5 Non-Linear Partial Differential Equations of First Order | 5.6 Classification of Second-order PDEs | 5.7 Equations Reducible to Standard Forms | 5.8 Charpitâ€™s Method | 5.9 Method of Separation of Variables | 5.10 Solution of One-Dimensional Wave Equation | 5.11 Solution to Two-Dimensional Wave Equation | 5.12 Solution of One-Dimensional Heat Equation | 5.13 Steady Two-Dimensional Heat Problems: Laplaceâ€™s Equation | 5.14 Solution of Laplace Equation in Two Dimensions
Chapter 6 Vector Calculus and Its Applications
6.1 Introduction | 6.2 Vector Algebra | 6.3 Differentiation of a Vector | 6.4 Gradient of a Scalar Point Function | 6.5 Divergence and Curl | 6.6 Flux, Solenoidal Vector, Irrotational Vector, Conservative Vector Field, Scalar Potential | 6.7 Vector Integration | 6.8 Surface and Volume Integrals | 6.9 Greenâ€™s Theorem in the Plane | 6.10 Gauss Divergence Theorem | 6.11 Stokesâ€™ Theorem
Important Points and Formulas | Exercises | Answers | Question Paper 2014