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Strength of Materials – Kinasoshvili
In this post, we will see the book Strength of Materials by R. Kinasoshvili. A book covering various aspects of strength of materials. The topics covered are succinct and with basic definitions and requisite mathematics. Each chapter has a set … Continue reading
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Tagged bending, books, buckling, compression, deformation, elasticity, energy, loading, mir publishers, moments, shear, strain, stress, supports, tension, torsion
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Manual of the Theory of Elasticity – Rekach
In this post, we will see the book Manual of the Theory of Elasticity by V. G. Rekach. About the book This book is designed to be used as an aid to solving elasticity problems in college and university courses … Continue reading
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Tagged biharmonic, contact, curvilinear coordinates, dynamic, elasticity, engineering, equations, mathematics, mir books, physics, solutions, static, strain, stress, theory, thermal
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Nonlinear Phenomena in Plasma Physics and Hydrodynamics – Sagdeev (Ed.)
In this post, we will see the book Nonlinear Phenomena in Plasma Physics and Hydrodynamics edited by R.Z.Sagdeev. This book is part of the Advances in Science and Technology in the USSR Physics Series About the book (From the Preface) … Continue reading
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Tagged autowaves, Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction, bifurcations, biologically active media, chaos, chemical systems, flows, hydrodynamics, magnetic fields, mir books, motion, nonlinear, physics, plasma, renormalization group method, resonance, reversible systems, selfoscillations, solitons, topological, turbulence, vortices
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Elements Of The Applied Theory Of Elastic Vibration – Panovko
In this post, we will see the book Elements Of The Applied Theory Of Elastic Vibration by Ya. Panovko. About the book We may distinguish at least the following live sufficiently independent categories of vibratory processes differing in their nature: … Continue reading
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Tagged analysis, engineering, forced, free, linear systems, mathematics, mir books, parametric, vibrations
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Algunos libros de matemática en Español (Some mathematics books in Spanish)
While browsing through The Internet Archive I stumbled across a few mathematics books in Spanish. We have some of these titles in English, but not all. All credits to The Internet Archive user @librosmir Curso De Algebra Superior A. Kurosch … Continue reading
Engineering Methods for Analysing Strength and Rigidity – Glushkov
In this post, we will see the book Engineering Methods for Analysing Strength and Rigidity by G. Glushkov. About the book The book is a theoretical treatise on the subject of higher order moments. The theory of moments developed into … Continue reading
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Tagged applications, beams, deformation, design, engineering, higher order, mathematics, mir books, moments, nonuniform, stress, structural, theory, uniform
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Linear Algebra And Multi Dimensional Geometry – Efimov, Rozendorn
In this post, we will see the book Linear Algebra And Multi Dimensional Geometry by N. V. Efimov, E. R. Rozendorn About the book This book was conceived as a text combining the course of linear algebra and analytic geometry. It … Continue reading
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Tagged affine spaces, bilinear forms, eigenvectors, euclidean, groups, hypersurfaces, linear equations, linear spaces, linear transformations, mathematics, metrics, mir books, multivectors, projective, quadratic forms, spaces, tensors
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Little Mathematics Library – Remarkable Curves (Persian)
In the Little Mathematics Library series we will see a Persian version of the book Remarkable Curves, by A. I. Markushevich. This book has been written mainly for high school students, but it will also be helpful to anyone studying … Continue reading
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Tagged archimedes, catenary, conic sections, curves, cycloid, exponential, farsi, graphs, hyperbola, involute, little mathematics library, logarithmic, mir books, parabola, pascal, persian, spiral, theorem
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Little Mathematics Library – Recursion Sequences – Markushevich
In this post, we will see the book Recursion Sequences by A. I. Markushevich. This book is a part of the Little Mathematics Library series. About the book This book is one of the “Popular Lectures in Mathematics” series, widely used by … Continue reading
Equality, Resemblance and Order – Schreider
In this post, we will see the book Equality, Resemblance, and Order by Ju. A. Schreider. About the book This book tells how one may formally describe properties of the wellknown relations mentioned in the title. This example is used to … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, binary, distributions, equations, equivalence, functions, geometric objects, high school mathematics, homomorphism, identity, mathematical linguistics, mathematics, mir books, models, operations, order, relations, resemblance, set theory, syntactical structures, tree orders
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