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How Man Learned To Fly – Belyayev
In this post, we will see the book How Man Learned To Fly by Alexander Belyayev. About the book All of us want to fly like birds. Now flying seems to be an everyday thing for us. But attempts to … Continue reading
Posted in Aerodynamics, books, children's books, children's science, malysh publishers, popular science, science, technology
Tagged Aerodynamics, aeroplaces, aerostats, aviation, children's literature, children's science, dirigibles, flight, gliders, history of technology, hot air balloons, illustrated books, planes, popular science, rockets, winged crafts
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Physics Of The 20th Century History And Outlook
In this post, we will see the book Physics Of The 20th Century History And Outlook edited by Ye. P. Velikhov, A. S. BorovikRomanov, I. M. Khalatnikov, S. R. Mikulinsky, A. T. Grigor’yan, V. P. Vizgin. About the book To … Continue reading
Posted in books, history, mir books, mir publishers, philosophy, physics, science, soviet
Tagged astrophysics, atomiscists, future, history, mir, new atom, nonlinear mechanics, nonlinear physics, philosophy, problems, quantum electronics, quantum mechanics, quantum theory, random processes, science, soviet, stochastics, structures, theory
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Computational Mathematics – Danilina, Dubrovskaya, Kvasha, Smirnov
In this post, we will see the book Computational Mathematics by N. I. Danilina; N. S. Dubrovskaya; O. P. Kvasha; G. L. Smirnov. About the book The rapid development of computer engineering in recent times has led to ail expansion … Continue reading
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Tagged adam's extrapolation method, approximate methods, approximate solutions, boundary value problems, Characteristic Polynomial, Cholesky's Method, computational methods, Danilevsky's Method, difference scheme, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of a Matrix, elementary functions, euler's method, extrapolation, Gauss Elimination Method, Horner's Method, interpolation, iterative methods, Krylov's Method, LeverrierFaddeev Method, linear vector spaces, matrix algebra, method of finite differences, Methods of Solving Nonlinear Equations, milne's method, Newton's Method of Approximation, NewtonCotes Quadrature Formulas, Numerical Differentiation and Integration, numerical methods, ordinary diff, ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, picard's method, power series, quadrature formula, rungekutta method, solutions, systems of linear equations, Theory of Errors
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An AZ Of Cosmonautics – Gor’kov, Avdeev
In this post we will see the book An AZ Of Cosmonautics by V. Gor’kov and Yu. Avdeev. About the book In the year marking the 20th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s flight into space, I was responsible for running the … Continue reading
Posted in books, children's books, mir books, mir publishers, science, soviet, technology
Tagged astronauts, atmosphere, baikonur, children's book, cosmonauts, earth, engine, food, launch, life in a space ship, mir, moon, outer space, planets, rocket, salyut, satellite, soviet, soyuz, space ship, space travel, technology, training, weightlessness
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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
Posted in books, engineering, mathematics, mir books, mir publishers, physics, science, soviet, technology
Tagged biharmonic, contact, curvilinear coordinates, dynamic, elasticity, engineering, equations, mathematics, mir books, physics, solutions, static, strain, stress, theory, thermal
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ABC’s of Quantum Mechanics – Rydnik (LaTeX version)
We have already seen this book earlier. But this post is to bring to your notice the electronic version of the book typeset using LuaLaTeX. The book has come out nicely. Of course, it could have been better! I have … Continue reading
Posted in books, mir books, mir publishers, physics, science
Tagged atoms, elementary, history, latex, nuclei, particles, physics, quanta, quantum mechanics
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At the Crossroads of Infinities – Parnov
In this post, we will see the book At the crossroads of infinities by E. I. Parnov. About the book At the Crossroads of Infinities is a story about the struggle of ideas out of which the modern physical picture … Continue reading
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Tagged development, elementary particles, history of science, ideas, mir books, quantum mechanics, space, special relativity, theories, time, unified theory, universe
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The Magic of Galaxies and Stars – Gurevich, Chernin
In this post, we will see the book The Magic of Galaxies and Stars L. E. Gurevich and A. D. Chernin About the book This book is ideal for those who wish to start learning about the intriguing modem concepts of … Continue reading
Posted in astronomy, books, history, mir books, mir publishers, physics, science, soviet, used books
Tagged astronomy, astrophysics, big bang, binary stars, book stores, clusters, cosmogony, cosmology, evolution, expansion, galaxies, gas clouds, general relativity, gravity, hidden mass, large scale structure, mir publishers, protogalaxies, stars, turbulence, universe, used books
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