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Additional derivation of the shock velocity presented; diffusive conservation laws introduced; presentations improved on the initiation of a shock and the formation of caustics for the characteristic.
We don’t recognize your username or password. Appropriate for an elementary or advanced undergraduate first course of varying lengths. Applied Partial Differential Equations, 4th Edition. Traffic flow model presentation updated —i.
Provides students with an expanded presentation on system stability. NEW – Similarity solution for ht heat equation added. Sign Up Already have an access code? The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning. Username Hanerman Forgot your username or password?
Applied Partial Differential Equations, 4th Edition
Allows instructors flexibility in the selection of material. Two-dimensional effects and the modulational instability. Eases students into the material so that they can build on their knowledge base. Emphasizing the physical interpretation of mathematical solutions, this habsrman introduces applied mathematics while presenting partial differential equations.
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Provides students with improved material on shock waves. NEW – Curved and rainbow caustics discussion updated. Description Appropriate for an elementary or advanced undergraduate first course of varying lengths. NEW – Stability of systems of ordinary differential equation —Including eigenvalues of the Jacobian matrix and bifurcations to motivate stability of PDE. Green’s Functions for Time-Independent Problems. Provides students with the somewhat longer description of the traffic flow model.
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Engages students and clearly explains details and ideas with patience and sustained enthusiasm. Provides students with background necessary to move on to harder exercises.
Clear and lively writing style. Emphasizes examples and problem solving. Provides students with a concise discussion of similarity solution. Curved and rainbow caustics discussion updated. Well-done treatment of numerical methods for PDE —Includes Finite difference methods, Fourier-von Newmann stability analysis, heat equation, wave equation, Laplace’s equation, and Finite element method Introduction.
Shows students how the time dependent heat equation evolves in time to the steady state temperature distribution. Green’s Functions for Wave and Heat Equations. Heat flow and vibrating strings and membranes.