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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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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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Puppets Without Strings (Science for Everyone) – Varshavsky, Pospelov
In this post, we will see the book Puppets Without Strings: Reflections on the Evolution and Control of Some ManMade Systems by V. I. Varshavsky, D. A. Pospelov. This is another book in the Science For Everyone series. About the … Continue reading
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Tagged automata, behavior, control, decentralisation, feedback, machines, mechanisms, mir books, patterns, puppets, science for everyone, soviet, systems, technology, theory
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A Visit To Transurania – Knorre
In this post, we will see the book A Visit To Transurania by E. Knorre. About the book: The synthesis of elements heavier than uranium has opened up new spheres in our knowledge of nature and new fields of nuclear … Continue reading
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Tagged artificial, atoms, elementary particles, elements, ions, mir books, nuclear physics, nuclear reactors, radioactivity, transuranium
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Things to Come – Fedchenko
In this post, we will see the book Things to Come composed by V. Fedchenko. About the book The book is a collection of essays by leading Soviet scientists who predict how the future will pan out for various fields. … Continue reading
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Tagged engineering, future, mir books, science, soviet, technology
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