Mathematics for Engineers Vol 3, 1/e

Mathematics for Engineers Vol 3, 1/e

Authors : K Megalai & P Geetha

  • ISBN
  • Pages
  • Binding
  • Language
  • Imprint
  • List Price
Buy e-book online :
 

Save 25%, Apply coupon code SCHAND25 during checkout

 

About the Author

K Megalai :- K Megalai is Assistant Professor at Bannari Amman Institute of Technology. She has been teaching students of engineering and technology for 20 years. She has MSc and MPhil degrees and is currently pursuing PhD from ANNA University, Chennai. She has co-authored books on engineering mathematics for BE/BTech and AIME students.

P Geetha :- P Geetha is Senior Lecturers in the Department of Mathematics, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology Sathyamangalam. She has secured her M.Phil degree from the Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore and has more than a decade of experience in teaching at the undergraduate and post graduate level. She had a brilliant academic career and obtained a prize for proficiency in Mathematics in the year 1996. She has authored books on Discrete Mathematics, Applied Discrete Structures for Computer Applications, Graph Theory and has co-authored books on Mathematics for Engineers Volume 1 and 2 Numerical methods. She is currently pursing for her doctorate at Anna University, Coimbatore and her area of interest is Heat and Mass Transfer.
 

About the Book

This is a sequel to Mathematics for Engineers Volume 1 and 2. Like its predecessors, this book also contains a large number of solved examples for students to internalize concepts. With this provision, it is expected that aspiring engineers will not only be able to master the concepts, but also learn the techniques of solving different kinds of mathematical problems. As the book has gradually evolved from the lectures delivered by the authors and their colleagues over the years, they have been able to use their experiences to design in such a way that students are able to understand complex concepts and study with ease and minimum assistance from the teachers.
 

Contents

    Partial Differential Equations
  • Fourier Series
  • Boundry Value Problems
  • Fourier Transform
  • Z-Transform and Difference Equation
 

Key Features

  • Total conformance with the syllabus
  • Around 250 fully solved examples
  • A large number of unsolved exercises with answers
  • Neat and accurate illustrations