Posted by **interes** at May 25, 2015

English | 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319107135 | 214 pages | pdf | 5 mb

Posted by **Jeembo** at April 25, 2017

English | 1991 | ISBN: 3540544461 | 348 Pages | PDF | 22.1 MB

The author considers meteorology as a part of fluid dynamics. He tries to derive the properties of atmospheric flows from a rational analysis of the Navier-Stokes equations, at the same time analyzing various types of initial and boundary problems.

Posted by **nebulae** at April 25, 2017

English | ISBN: 3319520415 | 2017 | 308 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Posted by **step778** at Feb. 13, 2017

2003 | pages: 438 | ISBN: 9812383786 | DJVU | 1,1 mb

Posted by **roxul** at Nov. 15, 2016

English | ISBN: 3319449672 | 2016 | 380 pages | PDF | 10 MB

Posted by **Underaglassmoon** at May 3, 2016

Springer | Physics | May 24, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319287621 | 276 pages | pdf | 14.59 mb

Editors: Afraimovich, Valentin, Machado, José António Tenreiro, Zhang, Jiazhong (Eds.)

Analyzes methods for discontinuous dynamical systems

Examines singularities in fluid and thermal dynamics and their bifurcation analysis

Illustrates analysis and control of nonlinear dynamical systems with practical applications

Posted by **roxul** at April 21, 2016

English | 2011 | 468 Pages | ISBN: 9814350338 | PDF | 25 MB

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Nov. 6, 2015

You’ll likely notice that most issues of Fluid Power World have a particular focus on students and fluid power education. While it’s common to see “students are our future” type statements in most any industry, I think we can all admit that getting kids-heck, even college engineering students-interested in hydraulics or pneumatics is a big challenge. Fluid power is a mature industry that doesn’t capture the mainstream media’s imagination of what engineers do the way that bridge building or rocket designing might.

Posted by **DZ123** at Oct. 18, 2015

English | 1997 | ISBN: 0792345762 | PDF | pages: 489 | 17,2 mb

Posted by **ksenya.b** at Oct. 12, 2015

PDF | 1998 | 299 pages | ISBN: 3540627448 | English | 68 MB

This book consists of two parts, the first dealing with dissipative structures and the second with the structure and physics of chaos. The first part was written by Y. Kuramoto and the second part by H. Mori. Throughout the book, emphasis is laid on fundamental concepts and methods rather than applications, which are too numerous to be treated here.