Problems in Applied, Industrial and Engineering Mathematics

Problems in Applied, Industrial and Engineering Mathematics

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This book contains contributions by sixteen editors of a single journal specialised in real-world applications of mathematics, particularly in engineering. These papers serve to indicate that applying mathematics can be a very exciting and intellectually rewarding activity. Among the applied fields we note Thermal and Marangoni convection. High-pressure gas-discharge lamps, Potential flow in a channel, Thin airfoil problems, Cooling of a fibre, Moving-contact-line problems, Spot disturbance in boundary layers, Fibre-reinforced composites, Numerics of nonuniform grids, Stewartson layers on a rotating disk, Causality and the radiation condition, Nonlinear elastic membranes, Acoustics in bubbly liquids, Oscillation of a floating body in a viscous fluid, Electromagnetics of superconducting composites. Applied mathematicians, theoretical physicists and engineers will find a lot in this book that will be of interest to them.Appl. Math. 23 (1969) 489a€“490. . A.J.M. Spencer, Deformations of Fibre- reinforced Materials. Clarendon Press, Oxford ... CISM Courses and Lecture Notes No. 282, Springer (1984) pp. 1a€“32. A.J.M. Spencer, Modelling of finite deformations ofanbsp;...

Title:Problems in Applied, Industrial and Engineering Mathematics
Author:H.K. Kuiken, S.W. Rienstra
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06


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