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Applied Methods in the Theory of Nonlinear Oscillations – Starzhinskii
In this post, we will see the book Applied Methods in the Theory of Nonlinear Oscillations by V. M. Starzhinskii. About the book: The book is aimed at engineers with a strong mathematical background, scientists working in mechanics and applied mathematics, … Continue reading
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Tagged applied. nonlinear, asymptotic stability, bibikovpliss, Brjuno theorem, damping, duffing equation, equations. solutions, Forced Vibrations, foxed points, free oscillations, ishlinskii problem, lyapunov, mathematics, mir publishers, molchanov criterion, moscow, normal forms, oscillations, Oscillatory Chains, pendulum, perturbations, poincare theorem, sixth order, solid bodies, soviet, third order systems
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The Forces of Nature – Grigoryev, Myakishev
In this post we, will see the book The Forces of Nature by V. Grigoryev and G. Myakishev. About the book: This book is a popular description of the unity of the forces of nature for the general reader. At present, … Continue reading
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Tagged electromagnetic forces, forces, general relativity, geometry, gravitational force, history, nuclear force, physics, resonance, science, unity, weak force
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Miracles on Wheels – Markusha
In this post, we will see the book Miracles on Wheels: A Book for Inquiring Minds by Anatoly Markusha. About the book: This book has been written not only for budding engineers and mechanics: it is addressed to anyone who is thinking … Continue reading
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Tagged design, education, engineering, hints, history, life pro tips, mathematics, philosophy, problem solving, raduga publishers, rules of thumb, technology, thinking
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A glimpse of this months upcoming posts
Essays on the Universe Solid State Physics – Epifanov Multiple Integrals, Field Theory and Series – Fomin, Budak Basic Electronics – Zerbestov Man and Animals The Night After A book of problems in ODE The Nine Colours of the Rainbow … Continue reading
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Tagged books, mathematics, mir books, mir publishers, problems and solutions
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Einstein – Kuznetsov
In last few posts, we have seen two books on Einstein and his work (Albert Einstein’s Philosophical Views and The Theory of Relativity and Einstein and the philosophical problems of 20thcentury physics). In this post, we will see yet another book … Continue reading
A Simple NonEuclidean Geometry And Its Physical Basis – Yaglom
In this post, we will see the book A simple nonEuclidean geometry and its physical basis: an elementary account of Galilean geometry and the Galilean principle of relativity by I. M. Yaglom. This book is remarkable in that it relies only on … Continue reading
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Tagged bolyai, coparallelograms, cotrapezoids, distance, einstein, Galilean Geometry, galilean relativity, gauss, geometry, hyperbolic geometry, klein, lobachevsky, lorentz transformation, mathematics, mechanics, Minkowski, noneuclidean, relativity, riemann, riemannian geometry
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Plasma Physics – Kadomtsev (Ed.)
In this post, we will see the book Plasma Physics edited by B. B. Kadomtsev. About the book This collection contains articles both original and already published in the Soviet Union in 197980, written by wellknown Soviet scientists and devoted … Continue reading
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Tagged cyclotron, density, ecr line, electron temperature, equilibrium, evolution equations, Helical Equilibria, Helical Instabilities, Hydromagnetic Instability, kink instability, langmuir solitons, measurement, mir publishers, physics, plasma, solitary waves, soviet, tokamak, Toroidal Plasma, vortex
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