Worked Examples in Engineering Field Theory is a product of a lecture course given by the author to first-year students in the Department of Engineering in the University of Leicester. The book presents a summary of field theory together with a large number of worked examples and solutions to all problems given in the author's other book, Engineering Field Theory. The 14 chapters of this book are organized into two parts. Part I focuses on the concept of flux including electric flux. This part also tackles the application of the theory in gravitation, ideal fluid flow, and magnetism. Part II deals with the concept of potential including electrical potential, as well as the applications of the theory to gravitation, electric conduction, fluid flow through permeable media, conductive heat transfer, ideal fluid flow, and magnetism. This material will be useful to students who have difficulty with the problems presented in the author's other book, or who need further worked examples and more problems to solve.This book provides a summary of the theory together with worked examples, problems, and their solutions in the context of all its many applications, gravitation, electrostatics, magnetism, electric current flow, conductive heat transfer, fluid flow, and seepage. Each chapter consists of ... The first section consists of a summary of the theory needed to solve the problems covered in that chapter. Those studentsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Worked Examples in Engineering Field Theory|
|Author||:||A. J. Baden Fuller|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|