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  1. Applied Mathematical and Physical Formulas, Second Edition

    The revised version of this comprehensive pocket reference guide is ideal for anyone who deals with physics, chemistry, mathematics, finance, and computer systems and needs to review or quickly refresh their memory of what they studied in school. It covers the fundamentals of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and analytical geometry, and statistics, and presents the application of differential equations and integral calculus. It reveals the comparative advantages of binomial distribution, standard distribution, Poisson distribution, and normal distribution, and includes most used definitions and formulas of kinematics, dynamics, statics, mechanics of fluids, thermal variable of state, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, light, and atomic and nuclear physics. It also presents applications and solutions to problems concerning simple interest, compound interest, effective rate, annuity, amortization of loans, and sinking fund payments.

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  2. Applied Engineering Economics Using Excel

    This must-have textbook for students in mechanical, civil, and electrical engineering departments addresses issues not sufficiently covered by existing engineering economics texts. Clearly presenting fundamental concepts that engineering students need to master in one semester, the author effectively applies an incremental learning method, starting with resolving personal financial matters and gradually progressing to the complexities of engineering economic calculations. Ample practical examples and exercises with answers at the end of each chapter teach students to solve problems using Microsoft Excel without the need for calculus. Future engineers also will gain valuable skills such as the ability to effectively communicate the results of their analyses to financial professionals.

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  3. So You Want to be an Engineer

    This book is based on the authors’ 100-plus years of experience as engineers and provides students with practical knowledge of what to expect as they enter the engineering field with a career in mind.  Besides students, it will also serve as a practical guide for guidance counselors and recent engineering graduates, and contains topics infrequently found in other introductory engineering texts such as mentoring, interviewing, intellectual property, and how to navigate the variety of career choices.  Every chapter contains a recommended reading list for additional information, and most chapters include problem-solving tasks that help students master the topic.

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  4. Engineers Precision Data Pocket Reference

    A pocket-size reference that has all the fundamental data that engineers need in their daily work. Taping and drilling charts, hole coordinate charts with common sizes already worked out, speeds/feeds, material specs, drawing symbols and standards, CNC machine codes, plus much more. Ideal for mechanical, manufacturing, and design engineers, draftsmen, toolmakers, machinists, students, and hobbyists

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  5. Solving Engineering Problems in Dynamics

    This comprehensive yet compact step-by-step guide to solving real life mechanical engineering problems in dynamics offers all the necessary methodologies and supplemental information—in one place. It includes numerous solutions of examples of linear, non-linear, and two-degree-of-freedom systems. These solutions demonstrate in detail the process of the analytical investigations of actual mechanical engineering problems in dynamics. It is sure to be a very useful guide for students in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, as well practitioners who need to analyze and solve a variety of problems in dynamics.

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