Posted by **Nice_smile)** at Sept. 5, 2015

English | Jan. 27, 1984 | ISBN: 0521274249 | 540 Pages | PDF | 26 MB

How can the drag coefficient of a car be reduced? What factors govern the variation in the shape of the Earth's magnetosphere?

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Aug. 9, 2017

English | PDF | 2017 (2018 Edition) | 389 Pages | ISBN : 981105357X | 12.7 MB

The primary objective of this book is to provide an easy approach to the basic principles of Engineering Drawing, which is one of the core subjects for undergraduate students in all branches of engineering. Further, it offers comprehensive coverage of topics required for a first course in this subject, based on the author’s years of experience in teaching this subject.

Posted by **ksveta6** at Feb. 21, 2017

2016 | ISBN: 1498738486 | English | 427 pages | PDF | 161 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Feb. 11, 2016

Published: 2000-08-17 | ISBN: 0387947809 | PDF | 223 pages | 5.55 MB

Posted by **roxul** at Aug. 16, 2015

English | ISBN: 1439850879 | 2011 | 345 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Aug. 7, 2015

English | Mar. 15, 1972 | ISBN: 0262200198 | 310 Pages | PDF | 16 MB

The subject of turbulence, the most forbidding in fluid dynamics, has usually proved treacherous to the beginner, caught in the whirls and eddies of its nonlinearities and statistical imponderables.

Posted by **nebulae** at July 19, 2015

English | ISBN: 1439850879 | 2011 | 345 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Posted by **Underaglassmoon** at July 18, 2015

Springer | Mathematics | July 2 2015 | Third Edition | ISBN-10: 3319178512 | 369 pages | pdf | 10.48 mb

by J David Logan (Author)

Posted by **thingska** at April 27, 2015

English | Oct 21, 1992 | ISBN: 0201554062 | 320 Pages | PDF | 12.1 MB

Posted by **MoneyRich** at Dec. 13, 2014

English | June 23, 2003 | ISBN: 0521587506 | 436 pages | PDF | 4 MB

The theory of dynamical systems has given rise to the vast new area variously called applied dynamics, nonlinear science, or chaos theory. This introductory text covers the central topological and probabilistic notions in dynamics ranging from Newtonian mechanics to coding theory. The only prerequisite is a basic undergraduate analysis course. The authors use a progression of examples to present the concepts and tools for describing asymptotic behavior in dynamical systems, gradually increasing the level of complexity. Subjects include contractions, logistic maps, equidistribution, symbolic dynamics, mechanics, hyperbolic dynamics, strange attractors, twist maps, and KAM-theory.