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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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Random Processes In Electrical And Mechanical Systems – Lebedev
In this post, we will see the book Random Processes In Electrical And Mechanical Systems by V. L. Lebedev. About the book This book deals with stationary and nonstationary random processes in linear systems and in inertialess nonlinear systems which … Continue reading
Posted in books, electronics, engineering, mathematics, physics, soviet, technology
Tagged brownian motion, Derivatives, detectors, electrical systems, engineering, filters, inertial nonlinear systems, inertialess nonlinear system, linear systems, mechanical systems, moments, noise, nonlinear problems, physics, properties, random force, random functions, random processes, soviet, spectral method, statistical properties, theory, thermal noise, transformations, voltage noise
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Fundamentals Of Radio – Zherebtsov
In this post, we will see the book Fundamentals Of Radio by I. Zherebtsov. About the book A book explaining fundamental working of radio. Topics covered include oscillatory circuits, aerials, radio wave propagation, electron valves, rectifiers, amplifiers, transmitters, receivers, circuits, … Continue reading
Posted in books, electronics, engineering, foreign languages publishing, physics, soviet, technology
Tagged aerials, amplifiers, characteristics, circuits, diodes, Electroacoustic Devices, engineering, low frequency, physics, radio, radio waves, receivers, rectifiers, semiconductor devices, signals, soviet, technology, tetrodes, transmitters, triodes, Valve Oscillators, wave modulation
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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
Posted in books, mathematics, mir books, mir publishers, science, technology
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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Steam Boilers of Thermal Power Stations – Reznikov, Lipov
In this post, we will see the book Steam Boilers Of Thermal Power Stations by M. I. Reznikov; Yu. M. Lipov. About the book This textbook has been written as a highereducation course in steam boilers for thermal power stations. … Continue reading
Posted in books, engineering, soviet, technology
Tagged boilers, bubbling systems, coal fired furnaces, combustion, combustion products, control, electric power stations, engineering, evaporation, fuel preparation, fuels, furnaces, hydrodynamics, impurities, materials, mir books, mir publishers, nuclear power plants, operations, physiochemical behavior, steam generation, temperature, theormodyanmics, theory, water, working fluid
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Heat And Mass Transfer Vol. 1 – Lykov, Smol’skii ( Eds.)
In this post, we will see the book Heat And Mass Transfer Vol. 1 – A. V. Lykov, B. M. Smol’skii ( Eds.). Volume 1 Convective Heat Exchange in a Homogeneous Medium edited by: B.S. Petukhov, I.P. Ginzburg, and А. S. … Continue reading
Posted in engineering, physics, soviet, technology
Tagged engineering, heat, heat transfer, hydraulics, materials, physics, properties, resistance, super critical region, technology, thermal physics
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Low Temperature Properties Of Polymers – Perepechko
In this post, we will see the book Low Temperature Properties Of Polymers by I. Perepechko. About the book The purpose of this book is to systematize the available material and to delineate the principal trends in the investigation of those … Continue reading
Posted in books, chemistry, engineering, mir books, mir publishers, soviet, technology
Tagged acoustical, chemical techonology, chemistry, dielectric, electrical, electrical properties, engineering, heat capacity, NMR, nuclear magnetic resonance, polymers, properties, relaxation processes, thermal conductivity, thermal expansion, thermal properties, thermophysical characteristics, viscoelastic parameters
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