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ENGINEERING
MATHEMATICS
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
A TUTORIAL APPROACH
by Ravish Singh, Vice-Principal,
Thakur College of Engineering &
Technology, Mumbai; Mukul Bhatt Sr.
Lecturer, Dept. of Humanities and
Sciences, Thakur College of
Engineering & Technology, Mumbai
2009 / 1728 Pages
ISBN : 9780070146150
This book, designed for a two-semester
course on engineering mathematics,
presents concepts in adequate depth
using step-by-step problem solving
approach. Enriched with a plethora of
solved examples, practice problems and
engineering applications, it offers a
unique combination of theory and
practice in a lucid and user-friendly
manner.
FEATURES
• Includes application-based
problems— Jacobian, errors and
approximation, maxima and minima
under partial differential equations
• Questions from different university
examination papers interspersed
within the text
• Presents list of important formulae
for quick recap
• Exhaustive pedagogy
• 1800 Solved Problems
• 2200 Practice Problems
CONTENTS
1. Complex Numbers 2. Differential
Calculus I 3. Differential Calculus II 4.
Partial Differentiation 5. Infinite Series
6. Integral calculus 7. Gamma & beta
functions 8. Multiple Integrals 9. Vector
Calculus 10. Differential Equations 11.
Matrices 12. Laplace Transform 13.
Fourier Series 14. Fourier Transform
15. Z-Transform
HIGHER ENGINEERING
MATHEMATICS
by B.V. Ramana, Professor, Mekele
University, Mekele, Tigray, Ethiopia
2006 / 1380 Pages
ISBN : 9780070634190
This Comprehensive text on Higher
Engineering Mathematics covers the
syllabus of all the mathematics papers
offered to the undergraduate students.
Plethora of Solved examples help the
students know the variety of problems &
Procedure to solve them. Plenty of practice
problems facilitate testing their understanding
of the subject.
FEATURES
• Covers the syllabus of all the four
papers of Engineering Mathematics
• Detailed coverage of topics with lot
of solved examples rendering clear
understanding to the students.
• Engineering Applications of Integral
Calculus, Ordinary Differential
Equations of First and Higher Order,
& Partial Differential Equations
illustrate the use of these methods.
• Chapters on preliminary topics like
• Analytical Solid Geometry
• Matrices and Determinants
• Sequence and Series
• Complex Numbers
• Vector Algebra
• Differential and Integral Calculus
• Extensive coverage of “Probability
and Statistics (5 chapters).
CONTENTS
PART A : PRELIMI NARIES Chapter 1.
Vector Algebra , Theory of Equations,
Complex Numbers, PART B : DIFFERENTIAL
AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS
Chapter 2. Differential Calculus, Chapter
3. Partial Differentiation, Chapter 4.
Maxima and Minima, Chapter 5. Curve
Tracing, Chapter 6 Integral Calculus : Applications,
Chapter 7 Multiple Integrals
PART C : ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONSChapter 8. Ordinary Differential,
Equations : First Order with Applications,
Chapter .9. Ordinary Differential
Equations : Second and higher orders
with Applications , Chapter 10. Series
Solutions, Chapter 11. Special Functions,
Chapter 12. Laplace Transform
PART D : LINEAR ALGEBRA AND VECTOR
CALCULUS Chapter 13. Matrices,
Chapter 14. Eigen values and Eigen vectors,
Chapter 15. Vector Differential Calculus,
Chapter 16. Vector Integral Calculus
PART E : FOURIER ANALYSIS
AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
Chapter 17. Fourier Series,
Chapter 18. Partial Differential Equations,
Chapter 19. Applications of PDE,
Chapter 20. Fourier Integral and Fourier
Transform, Chapter 21. Finite Differences
and Z-Transforms PART F : COMPLEX
ANALYSIS Chapter 22. Complex
functions, Chapter 23. Complex Integration,
Chapter 24. Theory of residues,
Chapter 25. Conformal Mapping
Vijay Nicole Imprints Title
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS III
by S. Santha, Noorul Islam College of
Engineering Thuckalay
2006 / 844 Pages
ISBN : 9788182091313
This book Engineering Mathematics III
is designed for third semester
undergraduate engineering students.
The book is rich in solved problems and
covers the syllabus of Anna University.
FEATURES
• More than 500 solved problems
• Exercises with hints
• Two mark questions with answers
• Model question papers
CONTENTS
1. Partial Differential Equations 2. Fourier
Series 3. Boundary Value Problems
4. Fourier Transform 5. Z-Transforms
and Difference Equations
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U S Edition
MASTERING TECHNICAL
MATHEMATICS
3rd Edition
by Stan Gibilisco & Norman
Crowhurst
2008 / 627 Pages
ISBN : 9780071494489
For more than fifteen years, Mastering
Technical Mathematics has been the
definitive self-teaching guide for those
wishing to boost their career by learning
the principles of mathematics as they
apply to science and engineering.
Featuring the same user-friendly
pedagogy, practical examples, and
detailed illustrations that have made this
resource a favorite of the scientific and
technical communities, the new third
edition delivers four entirely new
chapters and expanded treatment of
cutting-edge topics.
CONTENTS
PART 1 : WORKING WITH NUMBERS
1. From Counting to Addition 2. Subtraction
3. Multiplication 4. Division 5. Fractions
6. Area and Volume 7. Time as a
Dimension PART 2 : ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY,
AND TRIGONOMETRY 8. First
Notions in Algebra 9. "School" Algebra
10. Quadratic Equations 11. Some Useful
Shortcuts 12. Mechanical Mathematics
13. Ratio and Proportion 14. Trigonometric
and Geometric Calculations
PART 3 : ANALYSIS AND CALCULUS
15. Systems of Counting 16. Theory of
Progressions 17. Practical Progressions
18. Analyzing Motion 19. Developing Calculus
Theory 20. Combining Calculus
with Other Tools 21. Coordinate Systems
and Graphs 22. Imaginary and Complex
Numbers PART 4 : TOOLS OF APPLIED
MATHEMATICS 23. Working with
Series 24. Logarithms 25. Handy Formulas
and Techniques 26. Calculation
Aids 27. Digital Mathematics 28. Vector
Quantities 29. Scientific Notation 30.
Working with Statistics
PROBABILITY &
STATISTICS
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
3rd Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
(Schaums Outlines Series)
by Murray R. Spiegel, Former
Professor and Chairman of
Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute, Hartford Graduate Center;
John J. Schiller, Ph.D. Associate
Professor of Mathematics, Temple
University; R. Alu Srinivasan,
Professor of Mathematics, Temple
University; Debasree Goswami, Dept.
of Statistics, Hindu College, Delhi
University
2010 / 572 pages
ISBN : 9780070151543
This book is designed for use as a
supplement to all current standard texts
or as a textbook for a formal course on
Probability and Statistics. It should also
be of considerable value to those taking
courses in mathematics, management,
commerce, or any of the numerous
other fields in which Probability and
statistical methods are employed.
SALIENT FEATURES
• Excellent coverage of random
variables, Distributions, sampling
theory, estimation and hypothesis
testing, correlation and regression,
curve fitting, analysis of variance
and Bayesian methods
• More than 900 solved and unsolved
problems
• Includes application-based
problems
INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY
AND STATISTICS PRINCIPLES AND
APPLICATIONS FOR ENGINEERING
AND THE COMPUTING SCIENCES
4th Edition
by J. Susan Milton, Radford University
and Jesse C. Arnold,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
2006
ISBN : 9780070636941
This well-respected text is designed
for the first course in probability and
statistics taken by students majoring in
Engineering and the Computing
Sciences. The prerequisite is one year
of calculus. The text offers a balanced
presentation of applications and theory.
The authors take care to develop the
theoretical foundations for the statistical
methods presented at a level that is
accessible to students with only a
calculus background. They explore the
practical implications of the formal
results to problem-solving so students
gain an understanding of the logic
behind the techniques as well as
practice in using them. The examples,
exercises, and applications were
chosen specifically for students in
engineering and computer science and
include opportunities for real data
analysis.
FEATURES
• NEW! References to statistical
analysis packages have been
added. This enables students to see
how the techniques are
applied by using these popular
packages.
• NEW! Some of the more difficult
derivations have been moved to an
appendix.
• NEW! Discussion of Tukey’s
method of paired comparisons and
a section on the use of tolerance
limits in quality control
• New and retained examples and
exercises are chosen specifically for
students in engineering and
computer science. Students can
work on problems within a context
that is familiar and interesting to
them.
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• Students gain understanding of the
logic behind the techniques as well
as practice using them due to the
authors’ approach. Because of this,
students are better able to retain the
information and are better prepared
to apply the techniques in this and
future courses.
• Data sets for examples and
problems are provided in electronic
format for use with the most popular
statistical packages. Students do
not have to waste valuable time
entering data and data-entry errors
are eliminated. Student Solutions
Manual and an Instructor’s Manual
are available
CONTENTS
1 Introduction to Probability and Counting
/ 2 Some Probability Laws / 3 Discrete
Distributions / 4 Continuous Distributions
/ 5 Joint Distributions / 6 Descriptive
Statistics / 7 Estimation / 8 Inferences
on the Mean and Variance of a
Distribution / 9 Inferences on Proportions
/ 10 Comparing Two Means and Two
Variances / 11 Sample Linear
Regression and Correlation / 12 Multiple
Linear Regression Models / 13 Analysis
of Variance / 14 Factorial Experiments /
15 Categorical Data / 16 Statistical
Quality Control
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
by A P Baisnab and M Jas
2004 / 420 Pages
ISBN : 9780074600412
CONTENTS
1. Algebra of Sets, Beta and Gamma
Functions 2. Probability Theory 3. Random
Variables and Probability Distributions
4. Mathematical Expectation
5. Some Discrete and Continuous Distributions
6. Generating Functions, Characteristic
Functions and Limit Theorems
7. Elements of Statistics 8. Sampling
Distributions 9. Theory of Estimation 10.
Tests of Hypotheses 11. Curve Fitting
and Correlation 12. Theory of Errors
PROBABILITY
2nd Edition
(Schaum’s Outline Series)
(Special Indian Edition)
by Seymour Lipschutz, Mathematics
Department, Temple University, Marc
Lars Lipson University of Georgia,
Kanchan Jain Department of Statistics,
Punjab University, Chandigarh
2009 / 420 Pages
ISBN : 9780070146228
This book is designed for use as a
supplement to all current standard texts
or as a textbook for a formal course on
Probability theory and applications. It
should also be of considerable value to
those taking courses in Mathematics,
Statistics, Management, Engineering or
any of the numerous other fields in
which Probability concepts are
employed.
FEATURES
• Cover all important topics such as
Set Theory, Conditional Probability
and Independence, Random
Variables, Important Discrete and
Continuous Distributions, and
Markov Chains
• New Chapter on Moment
Generating, Probability Generating
and Characteristic Functions
• Rich pedagogy
• 174 Examples
• 327 Solved problems
• 294 Supplementary problems
CONTENTS
1. Set Theory 2. Techniques of
Counting 3. Introduction to Probability
4. Conditional Probability and
Independence 5. Random Variables 6.
Discrete and Continuous Distributions
7. Generating Functions and
Characteristics Functions 8. Markov
Processes Appendix A: Inequalities,
Convergence Concepts and Order
Statistics Appendix B: Descriptive
Statistics Appendix C: Chi-square
Distribution
STATISTICS
4th Edition
(Schaum’s Outline Series)
(Special Indian Edition)
by Late Murray R Spiegel, Former
Professor and Chairman, Mathematics
Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute, Hartford Graduate Center;
Larry J Stephens, University of
Nebraska, United States Adapted by
Narinder Kumar, Punjab University
2010 / 648 Pages
ISBN : 9780070151536
This book is designed for use as a
supplement to all current standard texts
or as a textbook for a formal course on
Statistics. It should also be of
considerable value to those taking
courses in mathematics, management,
commerce, or any of the numerous
other fields in which statistical methods
are employed.
SALIENT FEATURES
• Excellent coverage of frequency
distribution, measures of central
tendency, standard deviation and
dispersion, moments, probability
distributions, sampling theory,
skewness, and kurtosis, Chi-square
test, curve fitting, correlation and
regression, and variance analysis
• Rich Pedagogy
• 487 Solved problems
• 621 Supplementary problems
• 160 Multiple-choice questions
CONTENTS
1. variables and graphs 2. Frequency
Distributions 3. The Mean, Median,
Mode and Other Measures of Central
Tendency 4. The Standard Deviation
and Other Measures of Dispersion 5.
Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis 6.
Elementary Probability Theory 7. The
Binomial, Normal and Poisson
Distribution 8. Elementary Sampling
Theory 9. Statistical Estimation Theory
10. Statistical Decision Theory 11.
Small Sampling Theory 12. The Chisquare
Test 13. Curve Fitting and the
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Method of Least Square 14. Correlation
Theory 15. Multiple and Partial
Correlation 16. Analysis of Variance 17.
Nonparametric Tests 18. Statistical
Process Control and Process
Capability
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY
OF STATISTICS
3rd Edition
by Alexander M. Mood, University of
California, Irvine
2001 / 580 Pages
ISBN : 9780070445208
CONTENTS
Preface Excerpts from the first and
second edition 1. Probability 2. Random
variables, distribution functions and
expectation 3. Special parametric
families of univariate distributions 4. Joint
and conditional distributions, stochastic
independence, more expectation 5.
Distributions of functions of random
variables 6. Sampling and sampling
distributions 7. Parametric point
estimation 8. Parametric interval
estimation 9. Tests of hypotheses 10.
Linear models 11. Nonparametric
method / Appendix / A: Mathematical
Addendum / Appendix B: Tabular
summary of parametric families of
distributions / Appendix C: References
and related reading / Appendix D: Tables
Index
PROBABILITY, STATISTICS AND
RANDOM PROCESSES
3rd Editon
by T. Veeraranjan, Dean, Velammal
College of Engineering, Madurai
2008 / 612 Pages
ISBN : 9780070669253
This book, designed with the right blend
of theory and applications, provides
thorough knowledge on the basic con
cepts of Probability, Statistics and Ran
dom Variables offered to the under
graduate students of engineering.
FEATURES
• Detailed coverage on Statistical
Measures of Central Tendency
• In-depth discussion on Dispersion,
Skewness and Kurtosis, and
applications of Random Variables
• New topical coverage on Linear
Correlation and Regression
• Special Probability Distributions and
their inter-relation are explained with
great clarity
RICH PEDAGOGY
• 366 Solved examples
• 1149 Numerical problems
CONTENTS
1. Probability Theory 2. Random Vari
able 3. Function of Random Variables
4. Statistical Averages 5. Some Special
Probability Distributions 6. Random
Processes 7. Special Random Process
8. Test of Hypothesis 9. Queueing
Theory 10. Design of Experiments
STATISTICAL METHODS (Combined
Edition)
by (Late) N. G. Das, Formerly with St.
Xavier’s College, Kolkata
2008 / 952 Pages
ISBN : 9780070083271
The classic text on statistics maintain
the basic approach that has made this
book the standard in statistics for over
three decades. Appropriate coverage of
theory with lucid presentation aided by
numerous solved examples make it an
ideal combination for teachers, students
and aspirants of various competitive
examinations.
FEATURES
• Excellent coverage of Frequency
distribution, Measures of dispersion,
Correlation and Regression, Theory
of Probability, Vital Statistics, and
Statistical Quality Control
• Special notes and techniques of
working out numerical problems,
with elaborate steps.
• Complete list of Statistical Formulae
RICH PEDAGOGY
• 784 Exercises
• 258 Tables
• 120 Theoretical questions
• 53 Figures
CONTENTS
1. Collection of Data : Classification and
Tabulation 2. Charts and Diagrams 3.
Useful Mathematical Devices 4. Frequency
Distribution 5. Measures of Central
Tendency 6. Measures of Dispersion
7. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis 8.
Curve Fitting and Method of Least
Squares 9. Correlation and Regression
10. Interpolation 11. Theory of Probability
12. Theoretical Distributions-Binomial,
Poisson, Norma 13. Sampling Theory
14. Estimation and Test of Significance
15. Analysis of Variance 16. Time Series
17. Index Numbers 18. Vital Statistics
19. Statistical Quality Control
STATISTICAL METHODS
(VOLUME 1)
by (Late) N. G. Das, Formerly with St.
Xavier’s College, Kolkata
2008 / 460 Pages
ISBN : 9780070263505
The classic text on statistics maintain
the basic approach that has made this
book the standard in statistics for over
three decades. Appropriate coverage of
theory with lucid presentation aided by
numerous solved examples make it an
ideal combination for teachers, students
and aspirants of various competitive
examinations.
FEATURES
• Excellent coverage of Frequency
Distribution, Measures of
Dispersion, and Correlation and
Regression
• Special notes and techniques of
working out numerical problems,
with elaborate steps.
• Complete list of Statistical Formulae
RICH PEDAGOGY
• 276 Exercises
• 526 Solved examples
• 120 Theoretical questions
• 46 Short-answer questions
CONTENTS
1. Collection of Data : Classification and
Tabulation 2. Charts and Diagrams
3. Useful Mathematical Devices 4.
Frequency Distribution 5. Measures of
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Central Tendency 6. Measures of
Dispersion 7. Moments, Skewness and
Kurtosis 8. Curve Fitting and Method of
Least Squares 9. Correlation and
Regression 10. Interpolation Theoretical
Questions / Calcutta University-Model
Questions / Important Formulae and
Results / Index
STATISTICAL METHODS
(VOLUME 2)
by (Late) N. G. Das Formerly with St.
Xavier’s College, Kolkata
2008 / 472 Pages
ISBN : 9780070263512
The classic text on statistics maintain
the basic approach that has made this
book the standard in statistics for over
three decades. Appropriate coverage of
theory with lucid presentation aided by
numerous solved examples make it an
ideal combination for teachers, students
and aspirants of various competitive
examinations.
FEATURES
• Excellent coverage of Theory of
probability, Vital Statistics and
Statistical Quality Control
• Special notes and techniques of
working out numerical problems,
with elaborate steps.
• Complete list of Statistical Formulae
RICH PEDAGOGY
• 508 Exercises
• 321Solved examples
CONTENTS
1. Theory of Probability 2. Theoretical
Distributions-Binomial, Poisson, Norma
3. Sampling Theory 4. Estimation and
Test of Significance 5. Analysis of
Variance 6. Time Series 7. Index
Numbers 8. Vital Statistics 9. Statistical
Quality Control
THEORY AND PROBLEMS OF
PROBABILITY, RANDOM
VARIABLES AND RANDOM
PROCESSES
(Schaum’s Outline Series)
by Hwei HSU, Fairleigh Dickinson
Univesity
2004 / 320 Pages
ISBN : 9780070589506
CONTENTS
1. Probability. 2. Random Variables.
3. Multiple Random Variables. 4. Functions
of Random Variables. 5. Random
Processes. 6. Analysis and processing
of Random Processes. 7. Applications.
International Edition
STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
AND SCIENTISTS
3rd Edition
by William Navidi, Colorado School Of
Mines
2010 / 928 Pages
ISBN : 9780071222051 [IE]
Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
stands out for its crystal clear
presentation of applied statistics.
Suitable for a one or two semester
course, the book takes a practical
approach to methods of statistical
modeling and data analysis that are
most often used in scientific work.
Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
features a unique approach highlighted
by an engaging writing style that
explains difficult concepts clearly, along
with the use of contemporary real world
data sets to help motivate students and
show direct connections to industry and
research. While focusing on practical
applications of statistics, the text makes
extensive use of examples to motivate
fundamental concepts and to develop
intuition.
SALIENT FEATURES
• Over 250 new problems have been
added
• A new section was added on
Tolerance and Prediction Intervals in
Chapter 5; the discussion of
controlled experiments and
observational studies was added to
Chapter 1; and confounding in
controlled experiments was added in
Chapter 7.
• A CONNECT site features power
points, Datasets, image library,
solutions, and algorithmic problems.
CONTENTS
1. Sampling and Descriptive Statistics
2. Probability 3. Propagation of Error 4.
Commonly Used Distributions 5.
Confidence Intervals 6. Hypothesis
Testing 7. Correlation and Simple
Linear Regression 8. Multiple
Regression 9. Factorial Experiments
10. Statistical Quality Control A Tables
B Partial Derivatives C Suggestions for
Further Reading; Answers to Selected
Exercises
US Edition
PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICS
FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
by William C. Navidi, Colorado School
Of Mines
2009 / 608 Pages
ISBN : 9780077289317
Principles of Statistics for Engineers and
Scientists offers the same crystal clear
presentation of applied statistics as Bill
Navidi's Statistics for Engineers and
Scientists text, in a manner especially
designed for the needs of a onesemester
course that focuses on
applications.
The text features a unique approach
accentuated by an engaging writing
style that explains difficult concepts
clearly. By presenting ideas in the
context of real-world data featured in
plentiful examples, the book motivates
students to understand fundamental
concepts through practical examples
found in industry and research.
FEATURES
• A commitment to accuracy for which
Bill Navidi's texts have become
known. In line with modern trends,
the text contains exercises suitable
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for solving with computer software
These examples and exercises
involve interpreting, as well as
generating, computer output The
student edition of MINITAB®, the
widely used statistical software
package is available bundled with
the text
• With a focus on applications, the
presentation is condensed to allow
for coverage of a greater number of
topics in a one-semester course
• Topics are organized to allow for
flexibility in the order of
presentation. An introduction to
descriptive aspects of linear
regression is presented in Chapter
2, which is useful for courses in
which there is not enough time to
cover inferential methods Inferential
methods are presented in Chapter 8
• Many examples and exercises use
data from articles published in
scientific journals. This motivates
students by showing them that the
concepts they are learning are
actually used by scientists and
engineers
CONTENTS
1. Sampling and Descriptive Statistics
2. Summarizing Bivariate Data 3.
Probability 4. Commonly Used
Distributions 5. Point and Interval
Estimation for a Single Sample 6.
Hypothesis Tests for a Single Sample 7.
Inferences for Two Samples 8. Inference
in Linear Models 9. Factorial
Experiments 10. Statistical Quality
Control
US Edition
ENGINEERING STATISTICS
DEMYSTIFIED
by Larry J Stephens, University of
Nebraska, Omaha
2008 / 448 Pages
ISBN : 9780071462723
This versatile reference offers solid
coverage of the basics of traditional
engineering statistics and also
incorporates examples from the most
popular statistical software programs,
making it equally valuable to
professionals.
CONTENTS
1. Treatment of data 1.1 Pareto
Diagrams, Dot Diagrams, Stem-and-Leaf
Displays, Histograms, 1.2 Descriptive
measures, 1.3 Quartiles and other
Percentiles, 1.4 The Calculation of
2. Probability 2.1 Sample Spaces and
Events, 2.2 Counting, 2.3 Probability, 2.4
The Axioms of Probability, 2.5 Some
Elementary Theorems, 2.6 Conditional
Probability, 2.7 Bayes’ Theorem, 2.8
Mathematical Expectation and Decision
Making 3. Probability Distributions 3.1
Random Variables, 3.2 The Binomial
Distribution, 3.3 The Hypergeometric
Distribution, 3.4 The Mean and Variance
of a Probability Distribution, 3.5
Chebyshev’s Theorem, 3.6 The
Geometric Distribution, 3.7 The
Multinomial Distribution, 3.8 Simulation
4. Probability Densities 4.1 Continuous
Random Variables, 4.2 The Normal
Distribution, 4.3 The Normal
Approximation to the Binomial
Distribution, 4.4 Other Probability
Densities, 4.5 The Uniform Distribution,
4.6 The Log-Normal Distribution, 4.7 The
Gamma Distribution, 4.8 The Beta
Distribution, 4.9 The Weibull Distribution,
4.10 Joint Distributions – Discrete and
Continuous, 4.11 Checking Data for
Normality, 4.12 Transforming
Observations to Near Normality, 4.13
Simulation 5. Sampling Distribution 5.1
Populations and Samples, 5.2 The
sampling Distribution of the Mean (s
Known), 5.3 The sampling Distribution
of the Mean (s Unknown), 5.4 The
sampling Distribution of the Proportion,
5.5 The sampling Distribution of the
Variance 6. Inferences Concerning
Means 6.1 Point Estimation, 6.2 Interval
Estimation, 6.3 Tests of Hypotheses, 6.4
Null Hypotheses and Tests of
Hypotheses, 6.5 Hypotheses
Concerning One Mean, 6.6 The Relation
Between Tests and Confidence Intervals,
6.7 Operating Characteristic Curves, 6.8
Inferences Concerning Two Means, 6.9
Randomization and Pairing 7.
Inferences Concerning Variances 7.1
The Estimation of Variances, 7.2
Hypotheses Concerning One Variance,
7.3 Hypotheses Concerning Two
Variances 8. Inferences Concerning
Proportions 8.1 Estimation of
Proportions, 8.2 Hypotheses Concerning
One Proportion, 8.3 Hypotheses
Concerning Two Proportions, 8.4
Hypotheses Concerning Several
Proportions, 8.5 The Analysis of r x c
Tables, 8.6 Good-ness of Fit
NUMERICAL METHODS
APPLIED NUMERICAL METHODS
WITH MATLAB: FOR ENGINEERS
AND SCIENTISTS, 3rd Edition
by Steven C. Chapra, Tufts University
2012 / 672 Pages
ISBN : 9781259027437
Steven Chapra’s Applied Numerical
Methods with MATLAB, third edition, is
written for engineering and science
students who need to learn numerical
problem solving. Theory is introduced to
inform key concepts which are framed in
applications and demonstrated using
MATLAB.
FEATURES
• Engineering Examples, case
studies, and applications are
presented throughout the text and
cover the many engineering
disciplines. The level of
mathematical rigor is appropriate for
students at this level.
• MATLAB m-files Examples and
problems are integrated with
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MATLAB M-files, and relevant
MATLAB functions are introduced in
each chapter. These files are
available on the McGraw-Hill
companion website as well as the
MATLAB website.
• Companion Website contains the
instructor's solutions manual,
PowerPoint lecture slides, and
MATLAB M-files.
• Two New Chapters Chapter 13-
Eigenvalues, and Chapter 16-Fast
Fourier Transform have been
added.
CONTENTS
Part one: Modeling, Computers, and
Error Analysis 1. Mathematical Modeling,
Numerical Methods, and Problem
Solving 2. MATLAB Fundamentals 3.
Programming with MATLAB 4. Roundoff
and Truncation Errors Part two: Roots
and Optimization 5. Roots: Bracketing
Methods 6. Roots: Open Methods 7.
Optimization Part three: Linear Systems
8. Linear Algebraic Equations and
Matrices 9. Gauss Elimination 10. LU
Factorization 11. Matrix Inverse and
Condition 12. Iterative Methods 13.
Eigenvalues Part four: Curve Fitting 14.
Linear Regression 15. General Linear
Least-Squares and Nonlinear
Regression 16. Fourier Analysis 17.
Polynomial Interpolation 18. Splines and
Piecewise Interpolation Part five:
Integration and Differentiation 19.
Numerical Integration Formulas 20.
Numerical Integration of Functions 21.
Numerical Differentiation Part six:
Ordinary Differential Equations Chapter
22: Initial-Value Problems Chapter 23:
Adaptive Methods and Stiff Systems
Chapter 24: Boundary-Value Problems
NUMERICAL METHODS
FOR ENGINEERS
5th Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
by Steven C. Chapra, Tufts University,
Raymond Canale, University of
Michigan
2006 / 825 Pages
ISBN : 9780070634169
Continuing its tradition of being excellent
and student friendly, the fifth edition
presents a broad array of applications
including all engineering disciplines. The
orientation of the book is based on
Problem Solving perspective which
emphasizes upon the learning process
motivated by problem solving.
CONTENTS
Part One: Modelling Computers and
Error Analysis 1. Mathematical
Modeling and Engineering Problem
Solving 2. Approximations and Round Off
Errors 3. Truncation Errors and the Taylor
Series Epilogue Part 1 Part Two: Roots
of Equations 4. Bracketing Methods 5.
Open Methods 6. Roots of Polynomials
7. Case Studies: Roots of Equation
Epilouge: Part Two Part Three: Linear
Algebric Equations 8. Guass
Elimination 9. LU Decomposition and
Matrix Inversion 10. Special Matrics and
Guass-Seidel 11. Cae Studies: Linear
Algebraic Equations Epilouge: Part
Three Part Four: Curve Fitting 12.
Least Square Regression 13.
Interporlation 14. Fourier Approximation
15. Case Studies: Curve Fitting Epilouge:
Part Four Part Five: Numerical
Differentiation and Integration 16.
Newton Coltes Integration Formulas 17.
Integration of Equations 18. Numerical
Differentiation 19. Case Studies:
Numerical Differentiation and Integration
Epilouge: Part Five Part Six: Ordinary
Differential Equations 20. Runge Kutta
Methods 21. Stiffness and Multi-step
methods 22. Boundary Value and
Eigenvalue Problems Case Studies:
Ordinary Differential Equations Epilogue:
Part Six Part Seven: Partial Differential
Equations 23. Finite Differences: Elliptic
Equations 24. Finite Differences :
Parabolic Equations Casee Studies:
Partial Differential Equations Epilogue:
Part Seven
International Edition
NUMERICAL METHODS FOR
ENGINEERS, 6th Edition
by Steven C. Chapra, Tufts University,
Raymond P. Canale, Emeritus
University of Michigan
2009 / 960 Pages
ISBN : 9780071267595
The sixth edition retains the successful
instructional techniques of earlier
Editions. Chapra and Canale's unique
approach opens each part of the text
with sections called Motivation,
Mathematical Background, and
Orientation. This prepares the student
for upcoming problems in a motivating
and engaging manner. Each part closes
with an Epilogue containing Trade-Offs,
Important Relationships and Formulas,
and Advanced Methods and Additional
References. Much more than a
summary, the Epilogue deepens
understanding of what has been learned
and provides a peek into more
advanced methods.
CONTENTS
Part 1: Modeling, Computers, and
Error Analysis 1. Mathematical
Modeling and Engineering Problem
Solving 2. Programming and Software
3. Approximations and Round-Off Errors
4. Truncation Errors and the Taylor
Series Part 2: Roots of Equations 5.
Bracketing Methods 6. Open Methods 7.
Roots of Polynomials 8. Case Studies:
Roots of Equations Part 3: Linear
Algebraic Equations 9. Gauss
Elimination 10. LU Decomposition and
Matrix Inversion 11. Special Matrices and
Gauss-Seidel 12. Case Studies: Linear
Algebraic Equations Part 4:
Optimization 13. One-Dimensional
Unconstrained Optimization 14.
Multidimensional Unconstrained
Optimization 15. Constrained
Optimization 16. Case Studies:
Optimization Part 5: Curve Fitting 17.
Least-Squares Regression 18.
Interpolation 19. Fourier Approximation
20. Case Studies: Curve Fitting Part 6:
Numerical Differentiation and
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Integration 21. Newton-Cotes
Integration Formulas 22. Integration of
Equations 23. Numerical Differentiation
24. Case Studies: Numerical Integration
and Differentiation Part 7: Ordinary
Differential Equations 25. Runge-Kutta
Methods 26. Stiffness and Multistep
Methods 27. Boundary-Value and
Eigenvalue Problems 28. Case Studies:
Ordinary Differential Equations Part 8:
Partial Differential Equations 29. Finite
Difference: Elliptic Equations 30. Finite
Difference: Parabolic Equations 31.
Finite-Element Method 32. Case Studies:
Partial Differential Equations / Appendix
A The Fourier Series / Appendix B
Getting Started with Matlab / Bibliography
/ Index
International Edition
APPLIED NUMERICAL METHODS
WITH MATLAB
3rd Edition
by Steven C. Chapra, Tufts University
2011
ISBN : 9780071086189
Steven Chapra’s Applied Numerical
Methods with MATLAB, third edition, is
written for engineering and science
students who need to learn numerical
problem solving. Theory is introduced to
inform key concepts which are framed in
applications and demonstrated using
MATLAB. The book is designed for a
one-semester or one-quarter course in
numerical methods typically taken by
undergraduates.
The third edition features new chapters
on Eigenvalues and Fourier Analysis and
is accompanied by an extensive set of
m-files and instructor materials.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Updated Coverage 30% of the
problems are new, and many
examples have been added. Many
important MATLAB functions are
explained in context.
• Two New Chapters Chapter 13-
Eigenvalues, and Chapter 16-Fast
Fourier Transform have been added
in response to instructor requests.
FEATURES
• Engineering Examples, case
studies, and applications are
presented throughout the text and
cover the many engineering
disciplines. The level of
mathematical rigor is appropriate for
students at this level.
• MATLAB m-files Examples and
problems are integrated with
MATLAB M-files, and relevant
MATLAB functions are introduced in
each chapter.
CONTENTS
Part One: Modeling, Computers, and
Error Analysis 1. Mathematical
Modeling, Numerical Methods and
Problem Solving 2. MATLAB
Fundamentals 3. Programming with
MATLAB 4. Roundoff and Truncation
Errors Part Two: Roots and
Optimization 5. Roots: Bracketing
Methods 6. Roots: Open Methods 7.
Optimization Part Three: Linear
Systems 8. Linear Algebraic Equations
and Matrices 9. Gauss Elimination 10.
LU Factorization 11. Matrix Inverse and
Condition 12. Iterative Methods 13.
Eigenvalues Part Four: Curve Fitting
14. Linear Regression 15. General Linear
Least-Squares and Nonlinear
Regression 16. Fourier Analysis 17.
Polynomial Interpolation 18. Splines and
Piecewise Interpolation Part Five:
Integration and Differentiation 19.
Numerical Integration Formulas 20.
Numerical Integration of Functions 21.
Numerical Differentiation Part Six:
Ordinary Differential Equations 22.
Initial-Value Problems 23. Adaptive
Methods and Stiff Systems 24.
Boundary-Value Problems
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
(Schaum’s Outline Series) (Special
Indian Edition)
by Francis Scheid, Professor Emeritus
of Mathematics, Bostan University
2008 / 500 pages
ISBN : 9780070085527
This Schaum’s Outline Series book on
Numerical Analysis gives a complete
and compact overview of the subject. It
is intended to be used as a supplement
to all textbooks on Numerical Analysis. It
may also be used as a textbook in its
own right. Numerous solved examples
and large number of multiple choice
questions with answers constitute an
integral part of the book and aid
students in conceptual understanding.
FEATURES
• Crisp coverage of Laplace’s
Transformation, Polynomial
Interpolation, Iterative Methods,
Numerical Differentiation, Numerical
Integration
• More than 1400 Solved and
Unsolved problems
CONTENTS
1. What is Numerical Analysis? 2. The
Collocation Polynomial 3. Finite
Differences 4. Factorial Polynomials 5.
Summation 6. The Newton Formula 7.
Operators and Collocation Polynomials
8. Unequally Spaced Arguments
9. Splines 10. Osculating Polynomials
11. The Taylor Polynomial 12.
Interpolation 13. Numerical
Differentiation 14. Numerical Integration
15. Gaussian Integration 16. Singular
I n t e g r a l s
17. Sums and Series 18. Difference
Equations 19. Differential Equations
20. Differential Problems of Higher Order
21. Least-Squares Polynomial Approximation
22. Min-Max Polynomial Approximation
23. Approximation by Rational
Functions 24. Trigonometric Approximation
25. Nonlinear Algebra 26. Linear
Systems 27. Linear Programming
28. Overdetermined Systems 29.
Boundary Value Problems 30. Monte
Carlo Methods Answers to Supplementary
Problems
NUMERICAL METHODS
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NUMERICAL METHODS (SIGMA
SERIES)
by T. Veerarajan, Professor & Head,
Department of Mathematics, Sree
Sowdambika College of Engineering,
Aruppukottai
2006 / 520 Pages
ISBN : 9780070616851
This book is meant for the course on
Numerical Methods taken by all
engineering students. It presents a wide
range of methods for solving problems
encountered in real life design
situations.
FEATURES
• Mathematical and computeroriented
approach with algorithms,
pseudocodes and programs in C
and their test results. The
corresponding C++ programs are
given in the appendix.
• Unique first chapter introducing the
cause and consequences of errors
in computer arithmetic.
• Conclusion provided at the end of
each chapter briefly describes the
merits and demerits of each
numerical method.
• Concise but lucid presentation of the
mathematical background and
derivation of formulae used in
various numerical methods.
• A special feature of this book is the
one-to-one co-relation between a
numerical method, the
corresponding algorithm given and
that between the algorithm and the
corresponding C++ program.
PEDAGOGY
• 63 new solved examples taking the
total number to 350
• 108 new practice problems – total
635
• 38 computer based solved
examples in C and C++
• 214 short answer questions with
answers.
CONTENTS
1. Errors in Computer Arithmetics 2.
Empirical Relations and Curve Fitting 3.
Theory of Equations 4. Numerical
Solutions of Algebraic and
Transcendental Equation 5. Solution of
Simultaneous Linear Algebraic
Equations and Eigenvalue Problems 6.
Finite Differences 7. Interpolation with
Equal Intervals 8. Interpolation with
Unequal Intervals 9. Numerical
Differentiation and Integration 10.
Difference Equations 11. Numerical
Solution of Ordinary Differential
Equations 12. Numerical Solution of
Partial Differential Equations ear
Algebraic Equations and Eigenvalue
Problems 6. Finite Differences 7.
Interpolation with Equal Intervals 8.
Interpolation with Unequal Intervals 9.
Numerical Differentiation and Integration
10. Difference Equations 11. Numerical
Solution of Ordinary Differential
Equations 12. Numerical
Solution of Partial Differential Equations
NUMERICAL METHODS
by E. Balagurusamy, Member UPSC,
New Delhi
1999 / 624 Pages
ISBN : 9780074633113
FORTRAN 77 is the programming
language used with FORTRAN 90
features wherever necessary; C/C++
conversion of all programs in the text
provided in appendix; Separate diskette
version to follow, diskette will contain the
code in C/C++; Fortran 77 Overview -
chapter also highlights the differences
between versions 90 and 77; C/C++
conversions of all programs given in
solved examples; Step-by-step
presentation of each stage involved in
solving a physical problem using
numerical methods; All numerical
methods illustrated with algorithms and
computer programs displaying input and
output; 129 solved problems
interspersed throughout the text.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Numerical Computing
2. Introduction to Computers and
Computing Concepts 3. Computer
Codes and Arithmetic 4. Approximations
and Errors in Computing 5. FORTRAN
77 Overview 6. Roots of Nonlinear
Equations 7. Direct Solution of Linear
Equations 8. It erative Solution of Linear
Equations 9. Curve Fitting : Interpolation
10. Curve Fitting : Regression 11.
Numerical Differentiation 12. Numerical
Integration 13. Numerical Solution of
Ordinary Differ ential Equations 14.
Boundary-value and Eigenvalue
Problems 15. Solution of Partial
Differential Equations, Appendices
ELEMENTARY NUMERICAL
ANALYSIS: AN ALGORITHMIC
APPROACH
3rd Edition
by Samuel D. Conte, Purdue
University, Carl de Boor, University of
Wisconsin-Madison
1980 / 408 Pages
ISBN : 9780070607422
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING
2nd Edition
by Michael T Heath, University of
Illinois
2011 / 576 Pages
ISBN : 9780071122290
Scientific Computing, 2/e, presents a
broad overview of numerical methods
for solving all the major problems in
scientific computing, including linear and
nonlinear equations, least squares,
eigenvalues, optimization, interpolation,
integration, ordinary and partial
differential equations, fast Fourier
transforms, and random number
generators. The treatment is
comprehensive yet concise, softwareoriented
yet compatible with a variety of
software packages and programming
languages. The book features more
than 160 examples, 500 review
questions, 240 exercises, and 200
computer problems. Changes for the
second edition include: expanded
motivational discussions and examples;
formal statements of all major
algorithms; expanded discussions of
existence, uniqueness, and conditioning
for each type of problem so that
students can recognize “good” and
“bad” problem formulations and
understand the corresponding quality of
results produced; and expanded
coverage of several topics, particularly
eigenvalues and constrained
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optimization. The book contains a
wealth of material and can be used in a
variety of one- or two-term courses in
computer science, mathematics, or
engineering. Its compre-hensiveness
and modern perspective, as well as the
software pointers provided, also make. it
a highly useful reference for practicing
professionals who need to solve
computational problems.
CONTENTS
1. Scientific Computing. 2. Systems of
Linear Equations. 3. Linear Least
Squares. 4. Eigenvalues Problems. 5.
Nonlinear Equations. 6. Optimization. 7.
Interpolation. 8. Numerical Integration
and Differentiation. 9. Initial Value
Problems for ODEs. 10. Boundary Value
Problems for ODEs. 11. Partial
Differential Equations. 12. Fast Fourier
Transform. 13. Random Numbers and
Simulation
OPERATIONS
RESEARCH
OPERATIONS RESEARCH
(Sigma Series)
by P. Sankara Iyer, Professor of
Mathematics, A C College of
Engineering and Technology, Karaikudi,
Tamil Nadu
2008 / 308 Pages
ISBN : 9780070669024
This book on Operations Research, an
interdisciplinary branch of applied
mathematics or formal science, is
meant for the students of engineering
and business management. Apt
coverage of theory with lucid
presentation aided by numerous solved
examples and review questions makes
this a student friendly book.
FEATURES
• Unique chapters on Sequencing
Problems, Replacement Models,
Project Scheduling, Artificial
Variables, and Variable Techniques
• Solved examples from various
university question papers
EXCELLENT PEDAGOGICAL
FEATURES INCLUDE
• 350 Solved examples
• 350 Review questions
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to OR 2. Linear Program
ming 3. Simplex Method 4. Artificial
Variables 5. Dual Simplex Method 6.
Duality 7. Revised Simplex Method 8.
Bounded Variable Techniques 9. Integer
Programming 10. Sensitivity Analysis 11.
Transportation Problem 12. Assignment
Problem 13. Decision Theory 14. Theory
Of Games 15. Dynamic Programming
16. Sequencing Problems 17. Queueing
Theory 18. Inventory Models 19.
Replacement Models 20. Project
Scheduling (PERT and CPM) 21.
Simulation
INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS
RESEARCH: CONCEPTS AND
CASES, (with CD)
8th Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
by Frederick Hillier, Stanford University
& Liberman, Gerald J.,
Stanford University
2006 / 1150 pages
ISBN : 9780070600928
FEATURES
• A chapter on metaheuristics
• Sections on constraint
programming, multiechelon
inventory models for supply chain
management, spreadsheet usage,
and Crystal Ball simulation software.
• Expanded coverage of
spreadsheets. A CD-only chapter on
“The Art of Modeling with
Spreadsheets” and several new or
expanded textbook sections on
spreadsheet modeling.
• Additional software options provided
on the CD-ROM, including: LINDO,
LINGO, Crystal Ball Professional
Edition (including OptQuest and CB
Predictor modules), and Solver
Table.
• Several new examples for nearly
every book chapter now is provided
on both the CD-ROM and the Online
Learning Center (OLC).
• A new glossary for every book
chapter also has been added to the
CD-ROM and OLC.
• Data files for various cases have
been added to the CD-ROM and
OLC
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Overview of the
Operations Research Modeling
Approach 3. Introduction to Linear
Programming 4. Solving Linear
Programming Problems: The Simplex
Method 5. The theory of the Simplex
Method 6. Duality Theory and Sensitivity
Analysis 7. Other Algorithms for Linear
Programming 8. The Transportation and
Assignment Problems 9. Network
Optimization Models 10. Dynamic
Programming 11. Integer Programming
12. Nonlinear Programming 13.
Metaheuristics 14. Game theory
15. Decision Analysis 16. Markov Chains
17. Queuing Theory 18. Inventory Theory
19. Markov Decision Processes 20.
Simulation • Appendices Indexes
Internation Edition
INTRODUCTION TO
OPERATIONS RESEARCH
9th Edition
by Frederick S. Hillier, Stanford
University
2009 / 1088 pages
ISBN : 9780071267670
For over four decades, Introduction to
Operations Research by Frederick
Hillier has been the classic text on
operations research. While building on
the classic strengths of the text, the
author continues to find new ways to
make the text current and relevant to
students. One way is by incorporating a
wealth of state-of-the-art, user-friendly
software and more coverage of
business applications than ever before.
The hallmark features of this edition
include clear and comprehensive
coverage of fundamentals, an extensive
set of interesting problems and cases,
and state-of-the-practice operations
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research software used in conjunction
with examples from the text.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• The complete articles describing
these real applications of operations
research also are provided on the
website for further reading.
• New problems have been added
that involve reading and
commenting on one of the provided
articles that describe a dramatic
application of operations research.
• A new section has been added on
the important emerging topic
• of revenue management.
• The chapter on the theory of the
simplex method has been
reorganized.
• Further clarified the presentation in
numerous spots throughout the
book.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Overview of the
Operations Research Modeling
Approach 3. Introduction to Linear
Programming 4. Solving Linear
Programming Problems: The Simplex
Method 5. The Theory of the Simplex
Method 6. Duality Theory and Sensitivity
Analysis 7. Other Algorithms for Linear
Programming 8. The Transportation and
Assignment Problems 9. Network
Optimization Models 10. Dynamic
Programming 11. Integer Programming
12. Nonlinear Programming 13.
Metaheuristics 14. Game Theory 15.
Decision Analysis 16. Markov Chains 17.
Queueing Theory 18. Inventory Theory
19. Markov Decision Processes 20.
Simulation / Appendix 1 Documentation
for the OR Courseware / Appendix 2
Convexity Appendix 3 Classical
Optimization Methods / Appendix 4
Matrices and Matrix Operations /
Appendix 5 Table for a Normal
Distribution Supplements on the Online
Learning Center Additional Cases
Supplement to Appendix 3.1 More about
LINGO Supplement to Chapter 7 Linear
Goal Programming and Its Solution
Procedures Supplement to Chapter 8 A
Case Study with Many Transportation
Problems Supplement 1 to Chapter 18
Derivation of the Optimal Policy for the
Stochastic Single-Period Model for
Perishable Products Supplement 2 to
Chapter 18 Stochastic Periodic-Review
Models Supplement 1 to Chapter 20.
Variance-Reducing Techniques
Supplement 2 to Chapter 20
Regenerative Method of Statistical
Analysis 21. The Art of Modeling with
Spreadsheets 22. Project Management
with PERT/CPM 23. Additional Special
Types of Linear Programming Problems
24. Probability Theory 25. Reliability 26.
The Application of Queueing Theory 27.
Forecasting 28. Examples of Performing
Simulations on Spreadsheets with
Crystal Ball / Appendix 6 Simultaneous
Linear Equations
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF
OPERATIONS RESEARCH
2nd Edition
by Richard Bronson, Fairleigh
Dickinson University
2004 / 352 Pages
ISBN : 9780070584006
CONTENTS
Mathematical Programming; Linear
Programming: Basic Concepts; Linear
Programming: The Simplex and the Dual
Simplex Methods; Linear Programming:
Duality and Sensitivity Analysis; Linear
Programming: Extensions, Including the
Revised Simplex Method and
Karmarkar’s Algorithm; Integer
Programming: Branch-and-Bound
Algorithm; Integer Programming: Cut
algorithms: Inter Programming: The
Transportation Algorithm; Integer
Programming: Scheduling Models
Nonlinear Programming: Single-Variable
Optimization; Nonlinear Programming:
Single-Variable Optimization; Nonlinear
Programming: Multivariable Optimization
with Constraints; Network Analysis;
Project Planning Using PERT/CPM;
Inventory Models; Forecasting; Game
Theory; Decision Theory; Dynamic
Programming—Deterministic and
Stochastic; Finite Markov Chains;
Markovian Birth-Death Processes;
Queuing Systems; M/M/1 Systems;
Other Systems with Poisson-Type Input
and Exponential-Type Service Times.
Vijay Nicole Imprints Title
OPERATIONS RESEARCH
by N. Ramanathan, Thiruvalluvar
College of Engg. & Tech
2005 / 500 pages
ISBN : 9788182091047
Operations Research is widely used in
engineering and management decisionmaking.
Written in a clear and readable
style, this textbook adopts a solved
problems approach to learning the
principles of Operational Research. The
book is designed to meet the
requirements of undergraduate and
postgraduate students of various
disciplines.
FEATURES
• More than 350 solved problems
• Numerous unsolved problems
• 110 exercise questions
• Questions drawn from university
question papers
CONTENTS
1. Linear Programming 2. Network
Analysis 3. Inventory Models 4.
Unconstrained Optimization 5.
Separable Programming 6. Nonlinear
Programming 7. Optimization
Techniques
International Edition
APPLIED LINEAR
STATISTICAL MODELS
5th Edition
by Michael H Kutner, The Cleveland
Clinic Foundation; John Neter,
University of Georgia; Chris J
Nachtsheim, University of Minnesota—
Minneapolis and William Wasserman,
Syracuse University
2005
ISBN : 9780071122214
Applied Linear Statistical Models 5e is
the long established leading
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authoritative text and reference on
statistical modeling. For students in
most any discipline where statistical
analysis or interpretation is used, ALSM
serves as the standard work. The text
includes brief introductory and review
material, and then proceeds through
regression and modeling for the first
half, and through ANOVA and
Experimental Design in the second half.
All topics are presented in a precise and
clear style supported with solved
examples, numbered formulae, graphic
illustrations, and “Notes” to provide
depth and statistical accuracy and
precision. Applications used within the
text and the hallmark problems,
exercises, and projects are drawn from
virtually all disciplines and fields
providing motivation for students in
virtually any college. The Fifth edition
provides an increased use of computing
and graphical analysis throughout,
without sacrificing concepts or rigor.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Updated throughout to include the
latest developments and methods in
statistics such as advanced
bootstrapping, neural networks,
regression trees, other blocking
approaches, and more.
• A new Chapter 15, Introduction to
the Design of Experiments and
Observational Studies framise and
outlines the organization and
concepts of design and ANOVA.
• The flow has been improved
throughout, comining related
chapters and smoothing transitions
between concepts. Overall, the text
has been reduced from 32 chapters
to 30 with one entirely new chapter.
• Open ended ‘Cases’ based on new
data sets from business, health
care, and engineering. Also, many
problem data sets have been
updated and expanded.
• The text includes a CD with all data
sets and the Student Solutions
manual in PDF. In addition a new
supplement, SAS and SPSS
Program Solutions by Replogle and
Johnson is available for the Fifth
Edition.
FEATURES
• Applied Linear Statistical Models
contains all chapters in the Applied
Linear Regression Models Fourth
Edition, plus an additional 16
chapters on single and multifactor
ANOVA and Experimental Design.
The standard regression framework
is emphasized throughout the text.
CONTENTS
Part 1: Simple Linear Regression: 1.
Linear Regression with One Predic tor
Variable. 2. Inferences in Regres sion
Analysis. 3. Diagnostics and Remedial
Measures. 4. Simultaneous Inferences
and Other topics in Regression Analysis.
5. Matrix Approach to Simple Linear
Regression Analysis. Part 2: Multiple
Linear Regression: 6. Multiple
Regression I. 7. Multiple Regression II.
8. Regression Models for Quantitative
and Qualitative Predictors. 9. Building the
Regression Model I: Model Selection and
Validation. 10. Building the Regression
Model II: Diagnostics. 11. Building the
Regression Model III: Remedial
Measures. 12. Autocorrelation in Time
Series Data. Part 3: NonLinear
Regression. 13. Introduction to
NonLinear Regression and Neural
Networks. 14. Logistic Regression,
Poisson Regression, and Generalized
Linear Models. Part 4: Single Factor
Studies. 15. Introduction to the Design
of Experiments. 16. Analysis of Single-
Factor Studies. 17. Analysis of Factor
Level Effects in Single Factor Studies.
18. ANOVA Diagnostics and Remedial
Measures. Part 5: Two - Factor Studies
and Blocking. 19. Two -Factor Studies-
Equal Sample Sizes. 20. Two -Factor
Studies-One Case per Cell. 21.
Randomized Complete Block Designs
and the Analysis of Covariance. 22. Two
-Factor Studies-Unequal Sample Sizes
and Unequal Treatment Importance.
Part 6: Multifactor Studies. 23.
Multifactor Studies. 24. Random and
Mixed-Effects Models. 25. Nested
Designs, Sub-sampling, and Partially
Nested Designs. 26. Repeated
Measures and Related Designs. 27.
Latin Square, Balanced
Incomplete Block, and Related Designs.
28. Exploratory Experiments-Two-Level
Factorial and Fractional Factorial
Designs. 29. Response Surface
Experiments
US Edition
APPLIED LINEAR
REGRESSION MODELS
4th Edition
by Michael H. Kutner, The Cleveland
Clinic Foundation; John Neter,
University of Georgia; Chris J
Nachtsheim, University of Minnesota—
Minneapolis and William Wasserman,
Syracuse University
2004 / 672 Pages
ISBN : 9780073014661
Kutner, Neter, Nachtsheim,Wasserman,
Applied Linear Regression Models, 4/e
(ALRM4e) is the long established
leading authoritative text and reference
on regression (previously Neter was
lead author.) For students in most any
discipline where statistical analysis or
interpretation is used, ALRM has served
as the industry standard. The text
includes brief introductory and review
material, and then proceeds through
regression and modeling. All topics are
presented in a precise and clear style
supported with solved examples,
numbered formulae, graphic
illustrations, and “Notes” to provide
depth and statistical accuracy and
precision. Applications used within the
text and the hallmark problems,
exercises, and projects are drawn from
virtually all disciplines and fields
providing motivation for students in any
discipline. ALRM 4e provides an
increased use of computing and
graphical analysis throughout, without
sacrificing concepts or rigor by using
larger data sets in examples and
exercises, and where methods can be
automated within software without loss
of understanding, it is so done.
FEATURES
• Thorough, comprehensive coverage
has come to be known as “the bible
of statistics.” Provides students with
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the most current and authoritative
coverage available.
• Straightforward writing style,
notation, and format for students in
various disciplines, better preparing
students for a wide range of jobs.
• Clean and reliable for teaching and
handy reference students can use in
their careers.
CONTENTS
Part 1 Simple Linear Regression: 1.
Linear Regression with One Predictor
Variable. 2. Inferences in Regression and
Correlation Analysis. 3. Diagnostics and
Remedial Measures. 4. Simultaneous
Inferences and Other Topics in
Regression Analysis. 5. Matrix Approach
to Simple Linear Regression Analysis.
Part 2 Multiple Linear Re gression: 6.
Multiple Regression I. 7. Multiple
Regression II. 8. Building the Regression
Model I: Models for Quantitative and
Qualitative Predictors. 9. Building the
Regression Model II: Model
Selection and Validation. 10. Building the
Regression Model III: Diagnostics. 11.
Remedial Measures and Alternative
Regression Techniques. 12. Autocorrelation
in Time Series Data. Part 3
Nonlinear Regression: 13. Introduction
to Nonlinear Regression and Neural
Networks. 14. Logistic Regression,
Poisson Regression, and Generalized
Linear Models.
ENGINEERING
PHYSICS
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
1st Edition
by Dattuprasad Ramanlal Joshi, HOD,
Applied Physics Department, Faculty of
Technology & Engineering, The M S
University of Baroda, Kalabhavan,
Vadodara
2010 / 844 Pages
ISBN : 9780070704770
This book on Engineering Physics will
cater to the undergraduate students of
all engineering streams. The perfect
blend of basics as well as advanced
topics like; modern physics, Nano
physics etc., in combination with rich
pedagogy, will help us lead the market
with the text.
FEATURES
• Focused and in-depth coverage of
all topics from engineering
standpoint. This book does not
cover the elementary topics which
has less relevance to engineering
segment and are already taught in
higher secondary level.
• Coverage of advanced topics like;
Nano Technology, Holography etc.
• For each topic the book emphasizes
on the engineering applications. For
example applications of Interference
in Science & Engineering are given
at the end of the chapter and
Semiconductor Diode has been
discussed with its applications
throughout the chapter.
• Unique chapter structure will prove
very useful for self-study. Each
chapter will start with a puzzle to
hold the interest of the reader.
• Strong pedagogical features of
Approx 2000 solved problems (333),
MCQs (342), numerical problems
(358), long questions (407) and
short questions (527).
• Included questions from University
question papers throughout the
chapters.
• Exhaustive OLC
CONTENTS
1. Interference 2. Diffraction 3.
Resolving Power of Optical Instruments
4. Polarization 5. Laser 6. Fibre Optics
7. Semiconductor Diode and its
Applications 8. Solar Cells and
its Applications 9. Superconductivity and
Applications 10. Ultrasonics
11. Acoustics 12. Principles of
Electrostatics and Magnetostatics
13. Maxwell’s Equations and Electromagnetic
Waves 14. Waves and
Particles 15. Band theory of Solids 16.
Electron optics 17. Properties of Matter
18. Temperature and its measurement
19. Vacuum Science and Technology
20. Crystal Physics 21. X-Rays 22.
Nano-Physics
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
by Hitendra K. Malik, Assistant
Professor, Dept. of Physics, Indian
Institute of Technology, Delhi; A. K.
Singh, Assistant Professor, Dept. of
Applied Sciences and Humanities,
Dronacharya College of Engineering,
Haryana
2009 / 752 Pages
ISBN : 9780070671539
This book provides a comprehensive
overview of Engineering Physics.
Replete with numerous solved and
unsolved problems, it offers an
unparalleled exposure to optics,
electromagnetism, theory of relativity,
nuclear physics, solid state physics,
quantum physics, magnetic properties
of solids, superconductivity, X-rays and
nanophysics.
FEATURES
• Includes chapter on Nanophysics
• Covers advanced topics such as
Laser Cooling, Bose-Einstein
Condensation, Scanning Electron
Microscope, Controlled Fusion
including Plasma, and Inertial
Confinement Fusion
• Includes problems from university
question papers
• Rich pool of pedagogy
• 450 Examples
• 617 Practice problems
• 224 Short-answer problems
• 238 Objective-type questions
CONTENTS
1. Interference 2. Diffraction 3.
Polarisation 4. Lasers and Holography
5. Fibre Optics 6. Electron Optics 7.
Waves and Oscillations 8. Sound
Waves and Acoustics of Buildings 9.
Dielectrics 10. Electromagnetism 11.
Theory of Relativity 12. Applied Nuclear
Physics 13. Crystal Structure 14.
Development of Quantum Mechanics
15. Quantum Mechanics 16. Free
electron Theory 17. Band theory of
Solids 18. Magnetic Properties of
Solids 19. Superconductivity 20. X-rays
21. Photoconductivity and
Photovoltaics 22. Nanophysics
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ENGINEERING PHYSICS
by V. Rajendran, Director, Research
and Development, Centre for Nano
Science and Technology, K. S.
Rangasamy College of Technology,
Tamil Nadu
2010 / 916 Pages
ISBN : 9780071070140
With a strong focus on fundamental
principles of Engineering Physics and
emphasis on engineering applications,
this book aims to help students grasp
the importance of physical concepts in
real-life scenarios. The effortless
language and enhanced pedagogical
features make it easy for the reader to
have a superior understanding of basic
theories of engineering physics.
FEATURES
• Strong emphasis on engineering
applications
• Coverage of contemporary topics
like Nonlinear Materials, Metallic
Glasses, Biomaterials,
Nanomaterials and Nanodevices
• Pedagogy:
• Solved examples: 190
• Descriptive questions: 187
• Short questions: 710
• Exercises: 80
• Objective type questions: 585
• Illustrations: 486
CONTENTS
1. Elasticity 2. Viscosity 3. Vacuum
Technique 4. Acoustics 5. Ultrasonics 6.
Non-Destructive Testing 7. Interference
8. Polarisation 9. Photoelasticity 10.
Optical and Other Instruments 11. Laser
12. Fiber Optics 13. Crystal Structure
14. Waves and Particles 15.
Semiconductors 16. Electron Theory of
Solids 17. Statistics and Band Theory of
Solids 18. Transport Properties of Semiconductors19.
Superconducting Material
20. Magnetic Materials 21. Dielectric
Materials 22. Nonlinear Materials 23.
Metallic Glasses 24. Biomaterials 25.
Nanomaterial Synthesis 26.
Nanodevices
Vijay Nicole Imprints Title
A CONCISE LABOTAROY MANUAL
ON ENGINEERING PHYSICS
by Williams J. Charles, Bannari Aman
Institiute of Tech, Erode
2004 / 98 Pages
ISBN : 9788182090545
This manual on Engineering Physics
helps students perform their laboratory
experiments effectively. Designed as an
observation notebook, the manual
covers the curriculum of Anna
University.
CONTENTS
1. Rigidity Modulus—Torsion Pendulum
(Symmetrical Masses Method) 2. Rigidity
Modulus—Torsion Pendulum
(Alternative Method) 3. Spectromete—
Grating 4. Air Wedge—Thickness of a
Thin Wire 5. Thermal Conductivity of a
Bad Conductor—Lee’s Disc 6. Young’s
Modulus—Nonuniform Bending (Pin and
Microscope) 7. Viscosity of a Liquid—
Poiseuille’s Method 8. Wavelength of
Laser and Particle Size Using Grating
9. Newton’s Rings 10. Spectrometer—
Dispersive Power 11. Measurement of
Thermo e.m. f. Using Potentiometer
MODERN PHYSICS
CONCEPTS OF
MODERN PHYSICS
6th Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
by Arthur Beiser, Shobhit Mahajan;
S Rai Choudhury, Delhi University
2009 / 634 Pages
ISBN : 9780070151550
This fundamental classic text on Modern
Physics provides concise and balanced
account of all key concepts, as well as
recent developments and applications in
the field. To help build conceptual
framework, plethora of solved and
unsolved problems, varying from simple
to complex, have been incorporated.
FEATURES
• Coverage of all important topics
such as Relativity, Quantum
Mechanics, Nuclear Physics,
Elementary Particles, Radioactivity
and Zeeman Effect.
• Two new chapters on ‘Astrophysics
& Cosmology’ and ‘Radioisotopes &
Radio-Physics’
• Inclusion of Laboratory experiments
• More than 400 illustrations and 700
solved problems and unsolved
problems
CONTENTS
1. Relativity 2. Particle Properties of
Waves 3. Wave Properties of Particles
4. Atomic Structure 5. Quantum
Mechanics 6. Quantum Theory of the
Hydrogen Atom 7. Many-Electron
Atoms 8. Molecules 9. Statistical
Mechanics 10. The Solid State 11.
Nuclear Structure 12. Nuclear
Transformations 13. Elementary
Particles 14. Cosmology 15. Nuclear
Reactions and Artificial Radioactivity
ENGINEERING
CHEMISTRY
ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
by B. Sivasankar, Professor
Department of Chemistry Anna
University, Chennai
2008 / 592 pages
ISBN : 9780070669321
This book on Engineering Chemistry,
designed for the undergraduate
students of all engineering disciplines,
discusses the topics at the right level
keeping in mind the practical aspects of
the subject. Variety of problems, lucid
presentation with precise depth of
theory makes this book a must have for
students and teachers alike.
FEATURES
• Application based approach--
provides a perfect link between
fundamental concepts and relevant
applications
• Coherent chapter organization--
theory and fundamental aspects are
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discussed in initial chapters followed
by application oriented topics in later
part of the book.
• In-depth coverage of
Electrochemistry and Surface
Chemistry
• Exhaustive discussion on
Instrumental methods of analysis,
pollution of environments and
Engineering materials
EXCELLENT PEDAGOGY
• 100 Solved examples
• 400 Review questions
CONTENTS
1. Thermodynamics 2. Phase Rule
3. Solid State 4. Electrochemistry 5.
Adsorption 6. Chemical Kinetics 7.
Organic Reaction Mechanisms 8.
Polymers 9. Chemical Methods of
Analysis 10. Instrumental method of
Analysis 11. Energy Sources 12.
Chemistry for Engineering Materials 13.
Corrosion and its Control 14. Water
Treatment 15. Pollution of the
Environment and its Control.
ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
by Dr. R. Sivakumar, Professor and
Head, Department of Physical Sciences,
Bannari Amman Institute of Technology;
Dr. N. Sivakumar, Assistant Professor,
Department of Physical Sciences,
Bannari Amman Institute of Technology
2008 / 368 Pages
ISBN : 9780070699847
This book on Engineering Chemistry,
designed for the undergraduate
students of all engineering disciplines,
discusses the topics at the right level
keeping in mind the latest developments
in the subject area. Variety of problems
and lucid presentation make this book
simple and student friendly.
FEATURES
• Detailed coverage of
Electrochemistry, Nanotechnology,
and Water Treatment
• Simple approach and lucid writing
style
• Over 200 detailed illustrations and
diagrams
EXCELLENT PEDAGOGY
• 125 Solved examples
• 178 Review questions
• 173 Problems from university
papers
CONTENTS
1. Water Technology 2. Electrochemistry
3. Batteries 4. Corrosion and Corrosion
Control 5. Protective Coatings and Paints
6. Lubricants 7. Fuels and Combustion
8. Nuclear Chemistry and Technology 9.
Explosives and Propellants 10. Polymers
and Plastics 11. Analytical Techniques
12. Introduction to Nanotechnology 13.
Phase Rule 14. Thermodynamics 15.
Surface Chemistry 16. Abrasives 17.
Refractories
ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
by O. G. Palanna, Former Professor &
HOD, Dept. of Chemistry, RNS Institute
of Technology, Bangalore
2009 / 656 Pages
ISBN: 9780070146105
Meant for the first-year undergraduate
students of engineering, this book
rovides a comprehensive exposure to
he fundamentals of Engineering
Chemistry. Lucid presentation, simple
language with logical flow of topics
along with relevant concepts helps
students to acquire a good command
on the basics of the subject.
FEATURES
• Provides a perfect link between
fundamental concepts and relevant
applications
• Comprehensive coverage of
important topics such as Water
technology, Phase rule,
Biotechnology, Refractories and
Abrasives in separate chapters
• Questions from previous years’
examination papers
• Rich pool of pedagogy includes
• 130 Solved examples
• 804 Review questions
CONTENTS
1. Source of Chemical Energy: (Fuels)
2. Electrochemical Energy Systems 3.
Conversion and Storage of
Electrochemical Energy 4. Corrosion
Science 5. Metal Finishing 6. Liquid
Crystals 7. High Polymers 8. Water
Technology 9. Instrumental Methods of
Analysis 10. The Solid State 11.
Conductivity in Solids 12.
Biotechnology 13. Environmental
Chemistry 14. Phase Rule 15.
Chemical Thermodynamics 16.
Dynamics of Chemical Processes 17.
Refractories 18. Abrasives
CHEMISTRY IN ENGINEERING
AND TECHNOLOGY
VOLUME 1
by J. C. Kuriacose, Indian Institute of
Technology, Madras R. Rajaram Ph.D.,
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
2004 / Pages: 1342
ISBN: 9780074517352
CONTENTS
1. Atomic Structure. 2. Nuclear
Structure and Radioactivity. 3. Nature
of the Chemical Bond. 4. States of
Matter. 5. Thermodynamics. 6. Phase
Equilibria. 7. Electrochemistry. 8.
Chemical Kinetics and Catalysis. 9.
Photochemistry.
CHEMISTRY IN ENGINEERING
AND TECHNOLOGY
VOLUME 2
by J. C. Kuriacose Indian Institute of
Technology, Madras R. Rajaram Ph.D.,
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
2004
ISBN: 9780074517369
CONTENTS
1. Organic Chemistry 2. Principles of the
Extraction of Metals 3. Chemistry of
Metals and Nonmentals 4. Water and its
Treatment 5. Fuels, Explosives and
Rocket Fuels 6. Pollution and the
Environment and its Control 7.
Corrosion and its Prevention 8.
Protective Coatings 9. High Polymers
10. Ceramic Materials 11. Cements
Lubrication and Lubricants
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A CONCISE LABORATORY MANUAL
ON ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
by Raman Sivakumar; Bannari Aman
Institute of Technology; R Jaya
Prakasam; Bannari Aman Institute of
Technology, Erode
2004 / 116 Pages
ISBN : 9788182090569
This manual on Engineering Chemistry
helps students perform their laboratory
experiments effectively. Designed
as an observation notebook, the
manual covers the curriculum of Anna
University.
CONTENTS
1. Preparation of N/10 Oxalic Acid and
M/10 Sodium Carbonate Solution 2.
Preparation of Buffer Solutions Using
Henderson Equation 3. Estimation of
Hardness of Water Sample by EDTA
Method 4. Estimation of Dissolved
Oxygen Content by Winkler’s Method 5.
De termination of Alkalinity of a Water
Sample 6. Determination of Chloride
Content of Water Sample by
Argentometric Method 7. Determination
of Strength of Hydrochloric Acid by
Sodium Hydroxide Using pH Meter 8.
Conductometric Titration of Mixture of
Acids 9. Conductometric Precipitation
Titration Using BaCl2 –Na2SO4 10.
Estimation of Ferrous Ion by
Potentiometric Titration 11.
Determination of Ferrous Ions in a given
Sample Spectrophotometrically by 1,10-
Phenanthroline Method 12.
Determination of Iron Content in a given
Sample Spectrophotometrically by
Thiocyanate Method 13. Determination
of Sodium and Potassium in Water by
Flame Photometry 14. Determination of
Molecular Weight of a Polymer by
Viscosity Average Method Using Ostwald
Viscometer 15. Estimation of Copper in
Brass 16. Determination of Percentage
in Calcium in Limestone by EDTA
Method
ENGINEERING
DRAWING
ENGINEERING DRAWING:
AN INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD
by Dhananjay A. Jolhe, RKN
Engineering College, Nagpur
2007 / 652 Pages
ISBN : 9780070648371
Engineering Drawing, the language of
Engineers generally requires three
aspects to excel: Knowledge,
Imagination and Skill. This book caters
to all the needs and provides a full
fledged textbook for the course. An
unique feature of this book is the
inclusion of practical hints along with
theory which enables the students to
make perfect drawings.
1. Step by step approach rendering
clear understanding of the topics.
2. Practical/real life examples have
been provided throughout the book.
CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Introduction to Engineering
Drawing Chapter 2. Geometrical
Constructions Chapter 3. Lines &
Lettering Chapter 4. Dimensioning
Chapter 5. Scales Chapter 6. Theory of
Projection Chapter 7. Orthographic
Projections Chapter 8. Projections of
Points Chapter 9. Projections of Lines
Chapter 10. Auxiliary Plane Projection
Method Chapter 11. Projections of
Planes Chapter 12. Projections of Solids
Chapter 13. Sections of Solids Chapter
14. Theory of Development Chapter 15.
Intersection of Surfaces of Solids
Chapter 16. Isometric Projections
Chapter 17. Interpretation of the Views
Chapter 18. Engineering Curves Chapter
19. Loci of Points Chapter 20. Computer
Aided Drafting Chapter 21. Free Hand
Drawing Chapter 22. Perspective
Projection Objective Question Bank
Appendix: Tips for Good Quality Drawing
ENGINEERING DRAWING
by Basant Agrawal Department of
Mechanical Engineering, SGSITS,
Indore; C.M. Agrawal, Department of
Mechanical Engineering, MANIT, Bhopal
2008 / 512 Pages
ISBN : 9780070668638
This book, designed for the first year
engineering students of all disciplines, is
written with intention of developing the
basic concepts of engineering drawing
in the minds of students. With the right
blend of theory and the wide variety of
problems, the book is a perfect offering
on the subject.
FEATURES
• Latest BIS Codes are used (SP 46 :
2003)
• Excellent 3D illustrations
• Use of latest version of popular
graphics software AutoCAD 2007
• Step-by-Step explanations in a
simplified manner
• Wide variety of solved examples
from the question papers of various
universities
EXCELLENT PEDAGOGY
• 550 Solved examples
• 100 Review questions
• 220 Objective type questions
• 350 Chapter-end-problems
CONTENTS
1. Drawing Instruments and Their Uses
2. Lines, Lettering and Dimensioning 3.
Geometrical Construction 4. Scales 5.
Conic Sections 6. Roulettes 7.
Orthographic Projection 8. Projections of
Points 9. Projections of Straight Lines 10.
Projections of Planes 11. Projections of
Solids 12. Sections of Solids 13.
Development of Surfaces 14.
Intersection of Surfaces 15. Isometric
Projection 16. Oblique Projection 17.
Perspective Projection 18. Computer
Aided Design
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US Edition
INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHICS
COMMUNICATIONS FOR
ENGINEERS
(B.E.S.T SERIES)
4th Edition
by Gary Robert Bertoline, Purdue
University-West
2008 / 320 Pages
ISBN : 9780073522647
Introduction to Graphics Communication
for Engineers presents both traditional
and modern approaches to engineering
graphics, providing engineering and
technology students a strong foundation
in graphics methods through
visualization, drawing, drafting, CAD
software, and 3-D modeling.
FEATURES
• Supplemental Solid Modeling
Exercise, new to the fourth edition,
focuses on 3-D solid modeling parts
and assemblies.
• Design Problems were developed to
profide students an opportunity to
exercise the various stages of the
design process. The problems
provide an ideation stage, a
decision-making stage, design
creation stage, and the
documentation stage. Each problem
includes provisions for sketching, 3-
D modeling, and documentation of
sthe student's final solution to the
problem.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Graphics Communications
2. Sketching and Text 3. Section
and Auxiliary Views 4. Dimensioning and
Tolerancing Practices 5. Reading and
Constructing Working Drawings 6.
Design and 3-D Modeling
US Edition
INTRODUCTION
TO SOLID MODELING USING
SOLIDWORKS 2010
6th Edition
by William E. Howard, East Carolina
University, and Joseph Musto,
Milwaukee School Engineering
2010 / 384 Pages
ISBN : 9780073375434
The text Introduction to Solid Modeling
Using SolidWorks 2010 presents solid
modeling not just as a communication
tool, but as an essential part of the
design process. To this end, the text
explores design intent, the use of solid
models in engineering analysis, and
introduces techniques from
manufacturing such as mold design and
sheet metal patterning. Howard and
Musto provide a student-friendly
presentation filled with easy-to-use
tutorials. Their approach is also
designed to help students understand
how engineering is used in the real
world. For instance, modeling exercises
are largely centered on examples drawn
from industrial applications. FREE
SolidWorks software is now available to
students, so students can apply exactly
what they are reading! Introduction to
Solid Modeling Using SolidWorks 2010
presents “keystroke-level” tutorials,
providing users new to the SolidWorks
program with all the detail they need to
become confident using the software.
Topics are illustrated and infused with
examples from the real world such as
flanges, brackets, helical springs, and
more. Additionally, this easy-to-use
guide has modular chapters allowing for
flexible organization of a course or selfstudy.
SALIENT FEATURES
• Up-to-date with the most current
version of SolidWorks
• A text website will feature tutorials,
model files, lecture power points,
image power points, and teaching
guide
CONTENTS
PART ONE Learning SolidWorks 1.
Basic Part Modeling Techniques 2.
Engineering Drawings 3. Additional
Part Modeling Techniques 4. Use of
Parametric Modeling Techniques 5.
Advanced Concepts in Part Modeling
6. Building Assembly Models from Part
Models 7. Advanced Assembly
Operations 8. Creating Assembly
Drawings
PART TWO Applications of SolidWorks
9. Using SolidWorks for the Generation
of 2-D Layouts 10. Application of
SolidWorks to Vector Mechanics 11.
Using SolidWorks in the Design and
Analysis of Mechanisms 12. The Use
of SolidWorks as a Tool for
Manufacturing: Mold Design and Sheet
Metal Parts 13. The Use of SolidWorks
to Accelerate the Product Development
/ Cycle
International Edition
INTRODUCTION TO SOLID
MODELING USING SOLIDWORKS
2008 WITH SOLIDWORKS
STUDENT DESIGN KIT
4th Edition
by William E. Howard, East Carolina
University; Joseph Musto, Milwaukee
School of Engineering
2008 / 368 Pages
ISBN : 9780071263580
This text presents solid modeling not
just as a communication tool, but as an
essential part of the design process. To
this end, the text explores design intent,
the use of solid models in engineering
analysis, and introduces techniques
from manufacturing such as mold
design and sheet metal patterning.
CONTENTS
PART ONE Learning SolidWorks 1.
Basic Part Modeling Techniques 2.
Engineering Drawings 3. Additional Part
Modeling Techniques 4. Use of
Parametric Modeling Techniques 5.
Advanced Concepts in Part Modeling 6.
Building Assembly Models from Part
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Models 7. Advanced Assembly
Operations 8. Creating Assembly
Drawings PART TWO Applications of
SolidWorks 9. Using SolidWorks for the
Generation of 2-D Layouts 10.
Application of SolidWorks to Vector
Mechanics 11. Using SolidWorks in the
Design and Analysis of Mechanisms 12.
The Use of SolidWorks as a Tool for
Manufacturing : Mold Design and Sheet
Metal Parts 13. The Use of SolidWorks
to Accelerate the Product Development
Cycle
International Edition
DESIGN FOR ELECTRICAL AND
COMPUTER ENGINEERS
by Ralph Ford, Penn State Erie
Behrend College; Chris Coulston,
Penn State Erie Behrend College
2008 / 336 Pages
ISBN : 9780071263474
This book is written for students and
teachers engaged in electrical and
computer engineering (ECE) design
projects, primarily in the senior year. It
guides students and faculty through the
steps necessary for the successful
execution of design projects. The
objective of the text is to provide a
treatment of the design process in ECE
with a sound academic basis that is
integrated with practical application. It
has a strong guiding vision -- that a solid
understanding of the Design Process,
Design Tools, and the right mix of
Professional Skills are critical for project
and career success. This text is unique
in providing a comprehensive design
treatment for ECE.
FEATURES
• Strong guiding vision -- that a solid
understanding of the Design
Process, Design Tools, and the right
mix of Professional Skills are critical
for project and career success
• This text does a good job of
providing comprehensive design
treatment for ECE.
• A text at the right level for senior
design--based on reviewer feedback
we have heard that no books
existed that were at the level
needed. This text seems to now
bridge that gap and will be the book
of choice.
CONTENTS
Part I – The Engineering Design
Process Chapter 1. The Engineering
Design Process Chapter 2. Project
Selection and Needs Identification
Chapter 3. The Requirements
Specification Chapter 4. Concept
Generation and Evaluation Part II –
Design Tools Chapter 5. System Design
I: Functional Decomposition Chapter 6.
System Design II: Behavior Models
Chapter 7. Testing Chapter 8. System
Reliability Part III – Professional Skills
Chapter 9. Teams and Teamwork
Chapter 10. Project Management
Chapter 11. Ethical and Legal Issues
Chapter 12. Oral Presentations"
International Edition
FUNDAMENTALS OF
GRAPHICS COMMUNICATION
6th Edition
by Gary Robert Bertoline, Purdue
University-West Lafayette, Eric N.
Wiebe, North Carolina State
University—Raleigh, Nathan W.
Hartman, Purdue University-West
Lafayette, and William A. Ross, Purdue
University-West Lafayette
2010 / 800 Pages
ISBN : 9780071221795 [IE]
A thoroughly contemporary approach to
teaching essential engineering graphics
skills has made Fundamentals of
Graphics Communication the leading
textbook in introductory engineering
graphics courses. The sixth edition
continues to integrate design concepts
and the use of CAD into its outstanding
coverage of the basic visualization and
sketching techniques that enable
students to create and communicate
graphic ideas effectively. As in past
editions, the authors have included
many examples of how graphics
communication pertains to “real-world”
engineering design, including current
industry practices and breakthroughs. A
website provides additional resources
such as an image library, animations,
and quizzes.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Supplemental Solid Modeling
Problems have been added to the
sixth edition. This is a series of new
problems focusing on 3-D solid
modeling for parts and assemblies.
Visual examples for each part and
assembly have been created with
various solid modeling software
packages and are included with
engineering sketches to aid
students in visualizing part geometry
and the modeling process.
• New and revised end-of-chapter
problems.
• The tear-out drawing and sketching
worksheets that appeared in the
back of the fifth edition are now
posted on the website for easy
access and printing.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Graphics
Communication 2. Sketching 3.
Engineering Geometry 4. Modeling
Fundamentals 5. Multiviews and
Visualization 6. Auxiliary Views 7.
Pictorial Projections 8. Section Views
9. Dimensioning and Tolerancing
Practices 10. Geometric Dimensioning
and Tolerancing (GDT) 11. Working
Drawings and Assemblies 12. Design
Problems/ Appendices / Glossary,
Index / Workbook Sheets
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US Edition
PRO ENGINEER-WILDFIRE
INSTRUCTOR
5th Edition
by David S. Kelley, Central Michigan
University
2010 / 576 Pages
ISBN : 9780073375359
Fully updated for the latest version of
software, Kelley’s Pro/ENGINEER
Wildfire 5.0 Instructor remains
organized around step-by-step tutorials -
the most effective way to teach and
learn this procedure intensive CAD
application. Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0
Instructor provides a solid background
in parametric design and constraint
based modeling. In addition, the
comprehensive references make this
text an all-in-one tutorial, reference, and
lecture guide for students of Pro/
ENGINEER.
Kelley’s Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0
Instructor is fully updated for the newest
version of the software and uses a very
effective tutorial approach to teach this
procedure-intensive application.
Chapters start by covering selected
topics in moderate detail, followed by
one or more tutorials covering the
chapter’s objectives and topics. At the
end of each chapter, practice problems
are used to reinforce concepts covered
in the chapter and previously in the
book. An accompanying website
features solutions for instructors as well
as ancillary materials for reading and
download.
SALIENT FEATURES
• Text has been fully updated to
include instruction in the new
features of Pro/Engineer Wildfire
5.0.
• A text website will feature
Commercial CD, Educational CD,
Demos Tutorials, solutions manual,
and image library.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Parametric Design 2.
Pro Engineers User Interface 3.
Constraint-Based Sketching 4.
Extruding, Modifying, and Redefining
Features 5. Feature Construction Tools
6. Revolved Features 7. Feature
Manipulation Tools 8. Creating a Pro
Engineer Drawing 9. Sections and
Advanced Drawing Views 10. Swept
and Blended Features 11. Advanced
Modeling Techniques 12. Assembly
Modeling 13. Surface Modeling /
Appendix A Supplemental Files /
Appendix B Configuration File Options
U. S. Edition
TECHNICAL GRAPHICS
COMMUNICATIONS
4th Edition
by Gary Robert Bertoline, Purdue
Univ-west Lafayette, Eric N. Wiebe,
North Carolina State University Raleigh,
Nathan Hartman, Purdue University,
and William Ross, Purdue University
School of Engineering Tech
2008
ISBN : 9780077221300
In it's fourth edition, Technical Graphics
Communication has become a standard
in the field of engineering and technical
graphics. This text presents both
traditional and modern approaches to
technical graphics, providing
engineering and technology students
with a strong foundation in standard
drafting practices and techniques.
Strong emphasis on design and
industrial applications is found
throughout, reinforcing the real and
practical ways that technical graphics
skills are used in real companies.
CONTENTS
Part 1-Global Implementation of
Technical Graphics (Visual Science
for Technical Graphics) 1-Introduction
to Graphics Communications 2-The
Engineering Design Process 3-Design in
Industry 4-Integrated Production,
Automation and Manufacturing
Processes, and the Role of Technical
Graphics Part 2-Fundamental of
Technical Graphics 5-Design
Visualization 6-Technical Drawing Tools
7-Sketching and Text 8-Engineering
Geometry and Construction 9-Three-
Dimensional Modeling 10-Multiview
Drawings 11-Axonometric and Oblique
Drawings 12-Perspective Drawings 13-
Auxiliary Views Part 3-Fundamentals of
Technical Graphics 14-Fundamentals
of Descriptive Geometry 1-Intersections
and Developments Part 4-Standard
Technical Graphics Practices 16-
Section Views 17-Dimensioning and
Tolerancing Practices 18-Geometric
Dimensioning and Tolerancing Basics
19-Fastening Devices and Methods 20-
Working Drawings 21-Technical Data
Presentation 22-Mechanisms : Gears,
Cams, Bearings, and Linkages 23-
Electronic Drawings 24-Piping Drawings
25-Welding Drawings
International Edition
TECHNICAL GRAPHICS
COMMUNICATION
3RD EDITION
by Gary Robert Bertoline, Purdue
University, West Lafayette, and Eric N.
Wiebe, North Carolina State University,
Raleigh
2003 / 1,184 Pages
ISBN : 9780071199254
CONTENTS
1 Visual Science For Technical
Graphics 1. Introduction to Graphics
Communications 2. The Engineering
Design Process 3. Technical Drawing
Tools 4. Sketching and Text 5.
Visualization for Design 2
Fundamentals of Technical Graphics
6. Engineering Geometry and
Construction 7. Three-Dimensional
Modeling 8. Multiview Drawings 9.
Axonometric and Oblique Drawings 10.
Perspective Drawings 11. Auxiliary Views
3 Descriptive Geometry 12.
Fundamentals of Descriptive Geometry
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13. Intersections and Developments
4 Standard Technical Graphics
Practices 14. Section Views 15.
Dimensioning and Tolerancing Practices
16. Geometric Dimensioning and
Tolerancing Basics 17. Fastening
Devices and Methods 18. Integrated
Production, Automation and
Manufacturing Processes, and the Role
of Technical Graphics 19. Working
Drawings Supplement : Design
Problems. 5 Technical Graphics in
Industry 20. Design in Industry 21.
Technical Data Presentation 22.
Mechanisms : Gears, Cams, Bearings,
and Linkages 23. Electronic Drawings
24. Piping Drawings 25. Welding
Drawings
International Edition
ENGINEERING DRAWING
AND DESIGN
7th Edition
by Cecil H. Jensen, Jay D. Helsel &
Dennis Short
2008 / 1120 Pages
ISBN : 9780071284202
Engineering Drawing and Design
prepares students for drafting careers in
a modern, technology-intensive industry.
Technical drafting, like all technical
areas, is constantly changing; the
computer has revolutionized the way in
which drawings and parts are made.
This text covers the most current
technical information available, including
graphic communication, CAD, functional
drafting, material positioning, numerical
control, electronic drafting, and
metrication, in a manner useful to both
the instructor and student. The authors
synthesize, simplify, and convert
complex drafting standards and
procedures into understandable
instructional units.
FEATURES
• Four-color design highlights the
text’s special features and enhances
instructional value of material.
• The authors bring together and
explain the manufacturing materials
that are available for engineering
design. They describe the
manufacturing process that
influences the shape, appearance,
and design of the product.
• The numerous assignments help
the reader gain practice.
• The test’s unit approach makes it
possible for instructors to put
together a customized program of
instruction that suits the needs of
their students and local industry.
• Text emphasizes all types of
fasteners, both permanent and
removable, that are currently
available.
CONTENTS
Part I : Basic Drawing and Design. 1.
Engineering Graphics as a Language. 2.
Computer-Aid Drawing ICADI. 3.
Drawing Media, Filing, Storage, and
Reproduction. 4. Basic Drafting Skills. 5.
Applied Geometry. 6. Theory of Shape
Description. 7. Auxiliary views and
Revolutions. 8. Basic Dimensioning. 9.
Sections. Part II : Fasteners, Materials,
and Forming Processes. 10. Threaded
Fasteners. 11. Miscellaneous Types of
Fasteners. 12. Manufacturing Materials.
3. Forming Processes. Part Ill : working
Drawings and Design. 14. Detail and
Assembly Drawings. 15. Pictorial
Drawings. 16. Geometric Dimensioning
and Tolerancing. 17. Drawings for
Numerical Control. 18. welding
Drawings. 19. Design Concepts. Part lv
: Power Transmissions. 20. Belts,
Chains, and Gears. 21. Coupling,
Bearings, and Seals. 22. Cams,
Linkages, and Actuators. Part v : Special
Fields of Drafting. 23. Developments and
Intersections. 24. Pipe Drawings 25.
Structural Drafting. 26. Jigs and Fixtures.
27. Electrical and Electronics rawings.
Computer-Aided Drawing. Review and
Assignments. Glossary. Appendix-
Standard Parts and Technical Data,
Index.
McGraw-Hill Australia Title
ENGINERING DRAWING
7th Edition
by Albert Boundy, Formerly with
University of Southern Questions
2007
ISBN : 9780070138186
Engineering Drawing remains the
leading Australian text for students of
engineering drawing and graphics. This
seventh edition has been updated in line
with the National Engineering
Curriculum, competencybased training
courses, and current Australian
Standards.
CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Introductory and standards
information / Chapter 2. Dimensioning
drawings: symbols, methods, common
features and screw threads / Chapter 3.
Drawing representation: sectioning,
welding and surface texture / Chapter 4.
Fits and tolerances: linear and geometry
/ Chapter 5. Geometrical constructions /
Chapter 6. Orthogonal projection /
Chapter 7. Descriptive geometry:
auxiliary views / Chapter 8. Pictorial
drawing: isometric and oblique parallel
projection / Chapter 9. Working
drawings: detail and assembly drawing /
Chapter 10. Drawing analysis / Chapter
11. Accounting for leases / Appendix 1
Structural steel sections / Appendix 2
Reinforced concrete
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ENVIRONMENTAL
ENGINEERING
A TEXTBOOK OF ENVIRONMENTAL
STUDIES
by Shashi Chawla Dept. of Applied
Sciences Amity School of Engineering
and Technology Delhi
2012 / 356 Pages
ISBN : 9781259006388
This book on Environmental Studies by
Dr. Shashi Chawla is designed to
develop visual and spontaneous
learning through a simple and holistic
approach. The author has presented the
global subject of environmental studies
in the Indian context with ample Case
Studies and examples from India.
Several memory aids along with well
labeled illustrations and flowcharts will
make the book easy to read,
understand and implement by students.
FEATURES
• Complete Coverage of the course
on “Environmental Studies”
• Multitude of flowcharts and
illustrations for clear understanding
of concepts
• Thoughtful and balanced mix of
latest Case Studies and facts
pertaining to environmental
concerns
• Excellent pedagogy:
• Theory Questions: 162
• Solved Examples: 26
• Case Studies: 41
• Fill-in the Blanks: 119
• Match-ups: 20
• Multiple Choice Questions: 102
• True & False: 85
• Total - 555
CONTENTS
1. Multidisciplinary Nature of
Environmental studies 2. Natural
Resources 3. Ecosystems 4.
Biodiversity and Its Conservation 5.
Environmental Pollution and Its Effects
6. Social Issues and the Environment 7.
Human Population and the Environment
8. Field work
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
2nd Edition
by Benny Joseph, Assistant Professor,
Civil Engineering, Centre for Water
Resources College of Engineering,
Guindy, Anna University
2008 / 372 Pages
ISBN : 9780070648135
This book is intended to meet the
requirements of the subject
Environmental Studies for graduate
students in Indian universities
irrespective of their major subject of
study. While meeting the requirements
of the syllabus, this book adopts a
holistic approach to the subject for easy
and logical comprehension. The
contents have been prepared keeping in
mind the widest possible variations in
the background of the users.
FEATURES
• Comprehensive coverage of
Pollution, Components of
Environment and Biodiversity
• In-depth coverage of Genetic
Engineering in relation to
Biodiversity and Catalytic
Converters and Electrostatic
Precipitators
• Topical coverage on International
Conventions and Protocols for
Environmental Protection
• Quality Diagrams for clear
understanding of the concepts
RICH PEDAGOGY INCLUDES
• 203 Review questions
• 146 Objective-type questions
• 136 Short-answer questions.
• 35 Case-studies on Indian scenario
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Components of Envi
ronment 3. Natural Resources 4. Ecol
ogy 5. Biodiversity 6. Environmental
Pollution 7. Social Issues and the
Environment 8. Human Population and
the Environment
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT
SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
2nd Edition
by Raman Sivakumar, Bannari Amman
Institute of Technology, Erode
2009 / 342 Pages
ISBN : 9780070672802
Designed as a fundamental textbook for
students from different branches of en
gineering, science and technology, this
book provides a clear and crisp intro
duction to environmental issues pertain
ing to natural resources, biodiversity,
ecosystems, pollution, environmental
acts and social issues.
FEATURES
• Comprehensive treatment on
biodiversity
• Environmental Protection Acts
• Chapter-end review questions
• Lively illustrations from various
regions
• Case studies
• Two-mark questions with answers
CONTENTS
1. Environmental Studies and Natural
Resources 2. Ecosystems 3. Biodiversity
4. Environmental Pollution 5. Social
Issues and the Environment 6. Human
Populations and the Environment
INTRODUCTION TO
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
4th Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
by Mackenzie L. Davis, Michigan State
University; David A. Cornwell,
Environmental Engineering &
Technology, Inc.
2009 / 956 Pages
ISBN : 9780070671171
This book provides a comprehensive
exposure to the essential science and
engineering principles needed for an
introductory course on environmental
engineering. With numerous chapterend
problems, provocative discussion
questions, and excellent case studies,
the text is both a comprehensive and
comprehensible tool for students and
instructors.
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FEATURES
• Three new chapters on Ecosystem,
Sustainable Energy, Mineral and
Soil Resources Material and Energy
Balances
• New topical coverage on Collection,
Conveyance and Distribution of
Water Sewer Systems-Design,
Laying and Appurtenances,
Biodiversity and Bioreactor Landfills
• Real life case studies for better
comprehension of concepts
• Exhaustive pedagogical features
include
• 148 Solved examples
• 262 Review questions
• 347 Problems
• 85 Discussion questions
• 391 Illustrations
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Materials and Energy
Balances 3. Sustainable Energy,
Mineral and Soil Resources 4.
Ecosystems 5. Hydrology 6. Water
Treatment 7. Water Quality
Management 8. Wastewater Treatment
9. Air Pollution 10. Noise Pollution 11.
Solid Waste Management 12.
Hazardous Waste Management 13.
Ionizing Radiation* Appendix A
Properties of Air, Water, and Selected
Chemicals A.1–A.8 Appendix B Noise
Computation Tables and Nomographs
PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL
SCIENCE: INQUIRY AND
APPLICATIONS
4th Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
by William P. Cunningham, and Mary
Ann Cunningham
2006 / 438 Pages
ISBN : 9780070647725
Environmental Science as a subject has
been proposed by the UGC, to be in
cluded in every under graduate course.
The book focuses on key principles,
scientific methods and ideas, with
special reference to case studies and
current events, which can help a student
to appreciate the subject in a holistic
manner.
FEATURES
• Packed with strong pedagogical
tools, including Case Studies, Data
Analysis Boxes, Applications,
Exploring Science, etc.
• Over 500 diagrams and illustrations
add to the visual presentation. Text
gives an account of the various
environmental laws and policies that
are being implemented globally.
CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Understanding Our
Environment Chapter 2. Environmental
Systems: Connections, Cycles, Flows,
and Feedback Loops. Chapter 3.
Species Populations, Interactions, and
Communities. Chapter 4. Human
Populations. Chapter 5. Biomes and
Biodiversity Chapter 6. Environmental
Conservation: Forests, Grasslands,
Parks, and Nature Preserves Chapter 7.
Food and Agriculture Chapter 8.
Environmental Health and Toxicology
hapter 9. Air: Climate and Pollution
Chapter 10. Water: Resources and
Pollution Chapter 11. Environmental
Geology and Earth Resources Chapter
12. Energy Chapter 13. Solid and
Hazardous Waste Chapter 14.
Economics and Urbanization Chapter
15. Environmental Policy and
Sustainability
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
(Special Indian Edition)
by Gerard Kiely, University College
Cork
2006 / 910 Pages
ISBN : 9780070634299
Focusing on the importance of
knowledge of environment and its
issues with all disciplines of engineering,
this book discusses the various
segments of environment. The concerns
related to Ecology, Air, Noise, Water and
Waste water are mentioned along with
measures to overcome them.
FEATURES
• Extensive coverage of Pollution of
Ecology, Water, Noise, Air etc.
• Various Environmental Engineering
Technologies like Water Treatment,
Wastewater Treatment, Sludge
Treatment, Solid Waste Treatment
are discussed.
• Chapters on Waste Minimization
and Environmental Impact
Assessment discuss Environmental
Management and its importance
CONTENTS
Part One: Essential Background to
Environmental Engineering 1. History
and Legal Framework 2. Ecological
Concepts and Natural Resources 3.
Introduction to Chemistry and
Microbiology in Environmental
Engineering 4. oncepts in Hydrology
Part Two: Pollution Environmental 5.
Ecology Systems, Disturbances and
Pollution 6. Water Pollution: Ecological
Perspectives 7. Water Quality in Rivers
and Lakes: Physical Processes 8. Air
Pollution 9. Noise Pollution 10.
Agricultural Pollution Part Three:
Environmental Engineering
Technology 11. Water Treatment 12.
Waste Water Treatment 13. Anaerobic
Digestion and Sludge Treatment 14.
Solid Waste Treatment 15. Hazardous
Waste Treatment 16. Industrial Air
Emissions Control 17. Agricultural
Pollution Control
International Edition
PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL
ENGINEERING & SCIENCE
2nd Edition
by Mackenzie L. Davis, Michigan State
University-east Lansing; Susan J.
Mastenm, McMaster University
2009 / 800 Pages
ISBN : 9780073122359
Principles of Environmental Engineering
is intended for a course in introductory
environmental engineering for
sophomore- or junior-level students.
This text provides a background in
fundamental science and engineering
principles of environmental engineering
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for students who may or may not
become environmental engineers.
FEATURES
• Principles places more emphasis on
scientific principles, ethics, and
safety, and focuses less on
engineering design. The text
exposes students to a broad range
of environmental topics—including
risk management, water quality an
treatment, air pollution, hazardous
waste, solid waste, and ionizing
radiation as well as discussion of
relevant regulations and practices.
• The book also uses mass and
energy balance as a tool for
understanding environmental
processes and solving
environmetnal engineering
problems.
• This new edition includes an
optional chapter on Biology as well
as a thorough updating of
environmental standards and a
discussion of how those standards
are created.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Chapter on Biology
• Case Studies.
• Updated science and technology
discussion to reflect latest trends.
• Increased number of problems at
the end of each chapter.
• Exclusively uses SI units.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Chemistry 3. Biology
4. Materials and Energy Balances 5.
Ecosystems 6. Risk Perception,
Assessment and Management 7.
Hydrology 8. Sustainable Energy, Mineral
and Soil Resources 9. Water Quality
Management 10. Water Treatment 11.
Wastewater Treatment 12. Air Pollution
13. Solid Waste Management 14.
Hazardous Waste Management 15.
Noise Pollution 16. Ionizing Radiation /
Appendix A : Properties of Air, Water, and
Selected Chemicals
International Editon
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
by Howard Peavy, University of IDAHO
1985 / 640 Pages
ISBN : 9780071002318
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Water Quality;
Definitions, Characteristics, and
Perspectives 3. Water Purification 4.
Engineered Systems for Wastewater
Treatment and Disposal 5.
Environmental Engineering Hydraulics
Design 6. Air Quality Definitions,
Characteristics, and Perspectives 7.
Engineered Systems for Air Pollution 8.
Solid Waste Definitions, Characteristics,
and Perspectives 9. Engineered
Systems for Solid Waste Management
10. Engineered Systems for Resource
and Energy Recovery
International Edition
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
AND THE ENVIRONMENT
by Edward S Rubin & Cliff Davidson,
both of the Carnegie Mellon University
2001 / 576 Pages
ISBN : 9780071181853
This book covers a broad range of
topics for an introductory course in
Environ-mental Engineering. It is set up
in a case study format. Through
applications in different engineering
domains, students develop the
fundamental skills and insights needed
to recognize and address environmental
problem solving opportunities.
CONTENTS
I: Motivation and Framework. 1.
Engineering and the Environment. 2.
Overview of Environmental Issues. II:
Case Studies in Design for the
Environ-ment. 3. Automobiles and the
Environ-ment. 4. Batteries and the
Environment . 5. Power Plants and the
Environment. 6. Refrigeration and the
Environment. 7. Environmental Life
Cycle Assess-ments. III: Case Studies
in Environ-mental Modeling. 8.
Controlling Urban Smog. 9. CFCs and
the Ozone Layer. 10. Global Warming
and Climate Change. 11. Toxic Metals in
the Environment. 12. PCBs in the Aquatic
Environment. IV: Topics in Engineering
and Environmental Policy. 13. Economic
Analysis. 14. Environmental Risk
and Decision Analysis. / Appendices
CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE
5th Edition
by Clair N. Sawyer, (deceased),
Perry McCarty, Stanford University;
Gene F. Parkin, University of Iowa,
Iowa City
2003 / 768 Pages
ISBN : 9780070532441
This is the definitive text in a market
consisting of senior and graduate
environmental engineering students who
are taking a chemistry course. The text
is divided into a chemistry fundamentals
section and a section on water and
wastewater analysis. In this new edition,
the authors have retained the thorough,
yet concise, coverage of basic chemical
principles from general, physical,
equilibrium, organic, biochemistry,
colloid, and nuclear chemistry. In
addition, the authors have retained their
classic two-fold approach of (1) focusing
on the aspects of chemistry that are
particularly valuable for solving
environmental problems, and (2) laying
the groundwork for understanding water
and wastewater analysis-a fundamental
basis of environmental engineering
practice and research.
CONTENTS
I Fundamentals of Chemistry for
Environmental Engineering and
Science: 1. Introduction. 2. Basic
Concepts from General Chemistry. 3.
Basic Concepts from Physical
Chemistry. 4. Basic Concepts from
Equilibrium Chemistry. 5. Basic
Concepts from Organic Chemistry. 6.
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Basic Concepts from Biochemistry. 7.
Basic Concepts from Colloid Chemistry.
8. Basic Concepts from Nuclear
Chemistry. II Water and Wastewater
Analysis: 9. Introduction. 10. Statistical
Analysis of Analytical Data. 11. Basic
Concepts from Quantitative Chemistry.
12. Instrumental Methods of Analysis.
13. Turbidity. 14. Color. 15. Standard
Solutions. 16. pH. 17. Acidity. 18.
Alkalinity. 19. Hardness. 20. Residual
Chlorine and Chlorine Demand.
21. Chloride. 22. Dissolved Oxygen. 23.
Biochemical Oxygen Demand. 24.
Chemical Oxygen Demand. 25.
Nitrogen. 26. Solids. 27. Iron and
Manganese. 28. Fluoride. 29. Sulfate.
30. Phosphorus and Phosphate. 31. Oil
and Grease. 32. Volatile Acids. 33. Gas
Analysis. 34. Trace Contaminants.
Appendix A: Thermodynamic Properties
(25 degrees C). Appendix B: Acronyms,
Roman Symbols, and Greek Symbols
International Edition
HAZARDOUS
WASTE MANAGEMENT
2nd Edition
by Michael D. LaGrega, ERM,
Inc., Bucknell University; Philip L.
Buckingham, ERM, Inc.; Jeffery C.
Evans, Bucknell University
2001 / 1184 Pages
ISBN : 9780071181709
CONTENTS
I Fundamentals 1. Hazardous Waste 2.
The Legal Framework 3. Process
Fundamentals 4. Fate and Transport of
Contaminants 5. Toxicology II Current
Management Practices 6.
Environmental Audits 7. Pollution
Prevention 8. Facility Development and
Operations III Treatment and Disposal
Methods 9. Physico-Chemical
Processes 10. Biological Methods 11.
Stabilization and Solidification 12.
Thermal Methods 13. Land Disposal IV
Site Remediation 14 Quantitative Risk
Assessment 15. Site and Subsurface
Characterization 16. Remedial
Technologies 17. Evaluation and
Selection of Remedial Actions and
Corrective / Measures / Appendices A -
Basel Convention / B - Contaminant
Properties / C - Thermodynamic
Properties / D - Conversion Factors"
International Edition
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
ASSESSMENT
2nd Edition
by Larry Canter, University of
Oklahoma
1996 / 480 Pages
ISBN : 9780071141031
CONTENTS
1. National Environmental Policy Act and
Its Implementation. 2. Planning and
Management of Impact Studies. 3.
Simple Methods for Impact Identification
Matrices, Networks and Checklists. 4.
Description of Environmental Setting. 5.
Environmental Indices and Indicators for
Describing the Affected Environment. 6.
Prediction and Assessment of Impacts
on the Air Environment. 7. Prediction and
Assessment of Impacts on the Surface
Water Environment. 8. Prediction and
Assessment of Impacts on the Soil and
Ground Water Environment. 9.
Prediction and Assessment of Impacts
on the Noise Environment. 10. Prediction
and Assessment of Impacts on the
Biological Environment. 11. Habitat
Methods for Biological Impact Prediction
and Assessment. 12. Prediction and
Assessment of Impacts on the Cultural
(Historical/Archaeological) Environment.
13. Prediction and Assessment of Visual
Impacts. 14. Prediction and Assessment
of Impacts on the Socioeconomic
Environment. 15. Decision Methods for
Evaluation of Alternatives. 16. Public
Participation in Environmental Decision
Making. 17. Environmental Monitoring /
Appendixes
ENGINEERING
MECHANICS
ENGINEERING MECHANICS
1st Edition
By N H Dubey, Engineering
Coordinator, Vidyalankar Institute of
Technology, Wadala, Mumbai
700 Pages (T)
ISBN : 9780071072595
This book caters to the need of first year
Engineering Students under all the
B.Tech branches that enables them to
achieve a firm footage in the subject.
The text covers 95-100% syllabi of all
major Indian Universities. The complete
package of topical coverage, perfect
depth of theory and rich pedagogy will
help the students understand the
subject better.
FEATURES
• Easy to grasp and engaging theory
with practical day to day application
• Procedures, Steps, Special Cases
present throughout the book
• 1000+ solved problems, MCQ’s,
Exercise problems, Review
questions, and Fill-in-the blanks
• Basic Trigonometry and Calculus
given as appendix comes very
handy for the students
• Excellent illustrations explain the 3D
aspect of engineering
CONTENTS
Unit 1. Introduction to Mechanics -
Statics Unit 2. Resultant of system of
forces Unit 3. Equilibrium of system of
forces Unit 4. Forces in Space Unit 5.
Centre of gravity Unit 6. Moment of
Inertia Unit 7. Structural Analysis –
Beams and trusses Unit 8. Friction Unit
9. Principle of Virtual Work Unit 10.
Simple Lifting Machines Unit 11. Stress
and Strains Unit 12. Introduction to
Dynamics Unit 13. Kinematics of
Particles Unit 14. Kinematics of Rigid
Bodies Unit 15. Kinetics of Particle Unit
16. Kinetics of Rigid Bodies
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VECTOR MECHANICS FOR
ENGINEERS: STATICS AND
DYNAMICS, (SI Units)
9th Edition
by Ferdinand P. Beer, Lehigh
University, E. Russell Johnston,
University of Connecticut, David F.
Mazurek, U.S. Coast Guard Academy,
Phillip J. Cornwell, Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology, Elliot R.
Eisenberg, The Pennsylvania State
University, Dr. Sanjeev Sanghi, Indian
Institute of Technology, Delhi
2010 / 1326 Pages
ISBN : 9780070700307
The Beer/Johnston textbooks have over
the years introduced significant
pedagogical innovations into
engineering mechanics teaching.
Careful presentation of content,
unmatched levels of accuracy, and
attention to detail has made these texts
the standard for excellence. This book,
the ninth edition of the classic text
Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics
& Dynamics continues in the spirit of its
successful previous editions, provides
conceptually accurate and thorough
coverage together with a significant
refreshment of the exercise sets and
problems.
FEATURES
• SI Units used throughout the book.
• Visual Program: Liberal use of
effective-forces diagrams to achieve
a more intuitive and complete
understanding of fundamental
principles.
• Real World Examples, Applications
& Problems: Helps students identify
circumstances in there daily lives
and better understand the concepts.
• Computer and Design Problems:
Problems are designed to be easily
solved using popular computational
programs like Matlab®, Mathcad®,
and Maple™. The computer
problems focus on symbolic
manipulation and plotting rather than
programming aspects
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Statics of Particles 3.
Rigid Bodies: Equivalent Systems of
Forces 4. Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies 5.
Distributed Forces: Centroids and
Centers of Gravity 6. Analysis of
Structures 7. Forces in Beams and
Cables 8. Friction 9. Distributed Forces:
Moments of Inertia 10. Method of Virtual
Work 11. Kinematics of Particles 12.
Kinetics of Particles: Newton’s Second
Law 13. Kinetics of Particles: Energy
and Momentum Methods 14. Systems
of Particles 15. Kinematics of Rigid
Bodies 16. Plane Motion of Rigid
Bodies: Forces and Accelerations 17.
Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies: Energy
and Momentum Methods 18. Kinetics of
Rigid Bodies in Three Dimensions 19.
Mechanical Vibrations
ENGINEERING MECHANICS :
STATICS (SCHAUM'S OUTLINE
SERIES)
by E. W. Nelson, Charles L. Best,
Lafayette College, Lafayette, IN
William G. McLean, Lafayette College
Merle Potter
2011 / 300 Pages
ISBN : 9780071321273
Modified to conform to the current
curriculum, Schaum's Outline of
Engineering Mechanics: Statics
complements these courses in scope
and sequence to help you understand
its basic concepts. The book offers
practice on topics such as orthogonal
triad of unit vectors, dot or scalar
product, resultant of distributed force
system, noncoplanar force systems,
slope of the Shear diagram, and slope
of the Moment diagram.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Vectors 3. Forces 4.
Coplanar Force Systems 5.
Noncoplanar Force Systems 6.
Equilibrium of Coplanar Force Systems
7. Equilibrium of Noncoplanar Force
Systems 8. Trusses and Cables 9.
Forces in Beams 10. Friction 11. First
Moments, Centroids, and Moments of
Inertia 12. Virtual Work
ENGINEERING MECHANICS:
DYNAMICS (SCHAUM'S OUTLINE
SERIES)
by E. W. Nelson, Charles L. Best,
Lafayette College, Lafayette, IN
William G. McLean, Lafayette College
Merle Potter
2011 / 312 Pages
ISBN : 9780071321297
Modified to conform to the current,
curriculum, Schaum's Outline of
Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics
complements these courses in scope
and sequence to help you understand
it's basic concepts. The book offers
extra practice on topics such as
rectilinear motion, curvilinear motion,
rectangular components, tangential and
normal components, and radial and
transverse components.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Kinematics of a
Particle 3. Kinetics of a Particle 4.
Kinematics of a Rigid Body 5. Kinetics
of a Rigid Body 6. Work and Energy 7.
Impulse and Momentum 8. Mechanical
Vibrations
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US Edition
VECTOR MECHANICS
FOR ENGINEERS:
STATICS AND DYNAMICS
9th Edition
by Ferdinand P. Beer (deceased)
E Russell Johnston, Jr., University of
Connecticut; Elliot R Eisenberg,
Pennsylvania State University;
David Mazurek, U S Coast Guard
Academy
2009 / 1376 Pages
ISBN : 9780077275556
Continuing in the spirit of its successful
previous editions, the ninth “edition of
Beer, Johnston, Mazurek, and
Cornwell's Vector Mechanics “for
Engineers provides conceptually
accurate and thorough coverage
“together with a significant refreshment
of the exercise sets and online “delivery
of homework problems to your students.
Nearly forty percent “of the problems in
the text are changed from the previous
edition. “The Beer/Johnston textbooks
introduced significant pedagogical
“innovations into engineering mechanics
teaching. The consistent, “accurate
problem-solving methodology gives your
students the best “opportunity to learn
statics and dynamics. At the same time,
the careful “presentation of content,
unmatched levels of accuracy, and
attention “to detail have made these
texts the standard for excellence.
FEATURES
• Online Homework specific to the
text is provided Many problems “are
algorithmically-generated giving the
instructor a wide array of “problems
for assignment to students
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Statics of Particles
3. Rigid Bodies : Equivalent Systems of
Forces 4. Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
5. Distributed Forces: Centroids and
Centers of Gravity 6. Analysis of
Structures 7. Forces in Beams and
Cables 8. Friction 9. Distributed Forces:
Moments of Inertia 10. Method of Virtual
Work 11. Kinematics of Particles 12.
Kinetics of Particles: Newton's Second
Law 13. Kinetics of Particles: Energy and
Momentum Methods 14. Systems of
Particles 15. Kinematics of Rigid Bodies
16. Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies: Forces
and Accelerations 17. Plane Motion of
Rigid Bodies: Energy and Momentum
Methods 18. Kinetics of Rigid Bodies in
Three Dimensions 19. Mechanical
Vibrations“ Appendix Fundamentals of
Engineering Examination
STATICS
VECTOR MECHANICS FOR
ENGINEERS: STATICS, (SI Units)
9th Edition
by Ferdinand P. Beer, Lehigh
University, E. Russell Johnston,
University of Connecticut, David F.
Mazurek, U.S. Coast Guard Academy,
Phillip J. Cornwell, Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology, Elliot R.
Eisenberg, The Pennsylvania State
University, Dr. Sanjeev Sanghi, Indian
Institute of Technology, Delhi
2010 / 648 Pages
ISBN : 9780070700314
The Beer/Johnston textbooks have over
the years introduced significant
pedagogical innovations into
engineering mechanics teaching.
Careful presentation of content,
unmatched levels of accuracy, and
attention to detail has made these texts
the standard for excellence. This book,
the ninth edition of the classic text
Vector Mechanics for Engineers:
Dynamics continues in the spirit of its
successful previous editions, provides
conceptually accurate and thorough
coverage together with a significant
refreshment of the exercise sets and
problems.
FEATURES
• SI Units used throughout the book.
• Visual Program: Liberal use of
effective-forces diagrams to achieve
a more intuitive and complete
understanding of fundamental
principles.
• Real World Examples, Applications
& Problems: Helps students identify
circumstances in there daily lives
and better understand the concepts.
• Computer and Design Problems:
Problems are designed to be easily
solved using popular computational
programs like Matlab®, Mathcad®,
and Maple™. The computer
problems focus on symbolic
manipulation and plotting rather than
programming aspects
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Statics of Particles 3.
Rigid Bodies: Equivalent Systems of
Forces 4. Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies 5.
Distributed Forces: Centroids and
Centers of Gravity 6. Analysis of
Structures 7. Forces in Beams and
Cables 8. Friction 9. Distributed Forces:
Moments of Inertia 10. Method of Virtual
Work
International Edition
ENGINEERING MECHANICS:
STATICS
by Michael Plesha, University of
Wisconsin —Madison, Gary Gray, Penn
State Univ-Univ Park, and Francesco
Costanzo, Penn State University-
University Park; N. Siva Prasad, IIT
Chennai
2010 / 704 Pages
ISBN : 9780071311090
Plesha, Gray, and Costanzo’s
Engineering Mechanics: Statics &
Dynamics presents the fundamental
concepts, clearly, in a modern context
using applications and pedagogical
devices that connect with today’s
students. The text features a five-part
problem-solving methodology that is
consistently used throughout all
example problems. This methodology
helps students lay out the steps
necessary to correct problemformulation
and explains the steps
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needed to arrive at correct and realistic
solutions. Once students have fully
mastered the basic concepts, they are
taught appropriate use of modern
computational tools where applicable.
Further reinforcing the text’s modern
emphasis, the authors have brought
engineering design considerations into
selected problems where appropriate.
This sensitizes students to the fact that
engineering problems do not have a
single answer and many different routes
lead to a correct solution. The first new
mainstream text in engineering
mechanics in nearly twenty years,
Plesha, Gray, and Costanzo’s
Engineering Mechanics: Statics and
Dynamics will help your students learn
this important material efficiently and
effectively.
FEATURES
• 5-Part Problem Solving
Methodology used in all example
p r o b l e m s .
A consistent problem-solving
approach is used throughout. Each
example problem is solved using a
“template” that helps students
effectively set up the problem and
solve it correctly.
• Introduces Appropriate Use of
Computational Tools. Fundamental
concepts are taught thoroughly, and
the use of computational tools is
taught when appropriate.
• Appropriate Design Coverage. The
authors have brought engineering
design considerations into selected
problems where applicable. This will
sensitize students to the fact that
engineering problems do not have a
single answer and many different
routes lead to a correct solution.
• Real World Examples, Problems,
Applications, Photographs. All
the photographs, applications,
examples are from the real world, so
that students will be able to identify
circumstances that they encounter
in there daily lives.
• Online Homework features selected
problems from the text and
algorithmically-generated problems
that give the instructor a wide array
of homework assignment options.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Vectors: Force and
Position 3. Equilibrium of Particles 4.
Moment of a Force and Equivalent
Force Systems 5. Equilibrium of Bodies
6. Structural Analysis and Machines 7.
Centroids and Distributed Force
Systems 8. Internal Forces 9. Friction
10. Moments of Inertia
US Edition
VECTOR MECHANICS
FOR ENGINEERS: STATICS
9th Edition
by Ferdinand P Beer (deceased); E.
Russell Johnston, Jr.University of
Connecticut; Elliot R Eisenberg,
Pennsylvania State University;
David Mazurek, U S Coast Guard
Academy
2009 / 992 Pages
ISBN : 9780077275563
Continuing in the spirit of its successful
previous editions, the ninth edition of
Beer, Johnston, Mazurek, and
Cornwell's Vector Mechanics for
Engineers provides conceptually
accurate and thorough coverage
together with a significant refreshment
of the exercise sets and online delivery
of homework problems to your students.
Nearly forty percent of the problems in
the text are changed from the previous
edition. The Beer/Johnston textbooks
introduced significant pedagogical
innovations into engineering mechanics
teaching. The consistent, accurate
problem-solving methodology gives your
students the best opportunity to learn
statics and dynamics.
FEATURES
• Online Homework specific to the
text is provided Many problems are
algorithmically-generated giving the
instructor a wide array of problems
for assignment to students
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Statics of Particles 3.
Rigid Bodies : Equivalent Systems of
Forces 4. Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies 5.
Distributed Forces : Centroids and
Centers of Gravity 6. Analysis of
Structures 7. Forces in Beams and
Cables 8. Friction 9. Distributed Forces
: Moments of Inertia 10. Method of Virtual
Work / Fundamentals of Engineering
Examination / Index / Answers to
Problems
DYNAMICS
VECTOR MECHANICS FOR
ENGINEERS: DYNAMICS, (SI Units)
9th Edition
by Ferdinand P. Beer, Lehigh
University, E. Russell Johnston,
University of Connecticut, David F.
Mazurek, U.S. Coast Guard Academy,
Phillip J. Cornwell, Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology, Elliot R.
Eisenberg, The Pennsylvania State
University, Dr. Sanjeev Sanghi, Indian
Institute of Technology, Delhi
2010 / 726 Pages
ISBN : 9780070700321
The Beer/Johnston textbooks have over
the years introduced significant
pedagogical innovations into
engineering mechanics teaching.
Careful presentation of content,
unmatched levels of accuracy, and
attention to detail has made these texts
the standard for excellence. This book,
the ninth edition of the classic text
Vector Mechanics for Engineers:
Dynamics continues in the spirit of its
successful previous editions, provides
conceptually accurate and thorough
coverage together with a significant
refreshment of the exercise sets and
problems.
FEATURES
• SI Units used throughout the book.
• Visual Program: Liberal use of
effective-forces diagrams to achieve
a more intuitive and complete
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understanding of fundamental
principles.
• Real World Examples, Applications
& Problems: Helps students identify
circumstances in there daily lives
and better understand the concepts.
• Computer and Design Problems:
Problems are designed to be easily
solved using popular computational
programs like Matlab®, Mathcad®,
and Maple™. The computer
problems focus on symbolic
manipulation and plotting rather than
programming aspects
CONTENTS
11. Kinematics of Particles 12. Kinetics
of Particles: Newton’s Second Law 13.
Kinetics of Particles: Energy and
Momentum Methods 14. Systems of
Particles 15. Kinematics of Rigid Bodies
16. Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies:
Forces and Accelerations 17. Plane
Motion of Rigid Bodies: Energy and
Momentum Methods 18. Kinetics of
Rigid Bodies on Three Dimensions 19.
Mechanical Vibrations
US Edition
VECTOR MECHANICS FOR
ENGINEERS : DYNAMICS
9th Edition
by Ferdinand P Beer (deceased); E
Russell Johnston, Jr.University of
Connecticut; Elliot R Eisenberg,
Pennsylvania State University;
David Mazurek, U S Coast Guard
Academy
2009
ISBN : 9780077295493
Continuing in the spirit of its successful
previous editions, the ninth edition of
Beer, Johnston, Mazurek, and
Cornwell's Vector Mechanics for
Engineers provides conceptually
accurate and thorough coverage
together with a significant refreshment
of the exercise sets and online delivery
of homework problems to your students.
Nearly forty percent of the problems in
the text are changed from the previous
edition. The Beer/Johnston textbooks
introduced significant pedagogical
innovations into engineering mechanics
teaching. The consistent, accurate
problem-solving methodology gives your
students the best opportunity to learn
statics and dynamics. At the same time,
the careful presentation of content,
unmatched levels of accuracy, and
attention to detail have made these texts
the standard for excellence.
FEATURES
• Thoroughly Refreshed Problem Set
in the Ninth Edition 40% of the
problems are updated from the
previous edition
• Online Homework specific to the
text is provided Many problems are
algorithmically-generated giving the
instructor a wide array of problems
for assignment to students
CONTENTS
11. Kinematics of Particles 12. Kinetics
of Particles : Newton's Second Law 13.
Kinetics of Particles : Energy and
Momentum Methods 14. Systems of
Particles 15. Kinematics of Rigid Bodies
16. Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies : Forces
and Accelerations 17. Plane Motion of
Rigid Bodies : Energy and Momentum
Methods 18. Kinetics of Rigid Bodies in
Three Dimensions 19. Mechanical
Vibrations / Appendix A Useful Definitions
and Properties of Vector Algebra /
Appendix B Moments of Inertia of
Masses / Appendix C Fundamentals of
Engineering Examination
International Edition
ENGINEERING MECHANICS:
DYNAMICS
by Michael Plesha, University of
Wisconsin —Madison, Gary Gray, Penn
State University-University Park, and
Francesco Costanzo, Penn State
University-University Park, N. Siva
Prasad, IIT Chennai
2010 / 784 Pages
ISBN : 9780071311106
Plesha, Gray, and Costanzo’s
Engineering Mechanics: Statics &
Dynamics presents the fundamental
concepts, clearly, in a modern context
using applications and pedagogical
devices that connect with today’s
students. The text features a five-part
problem-solving methodology that is
consistently used throughout all
example problems. This methodology
helps students lay out the steps
necessary to correct problemformulation
and explains the steps
needed to arrive at correct and realistic
solutions. Once students have fully
mastered the basic concepts, they are
taught appropriate use of modern
computational tools where applicable.
Further reinforcing the text’s modern
emphasis, the authors have brought
engineering design considerations into
selected problems where appropriate.
This sensitizes students to the fact that
engineering problems do not have a
single answer and many different routes
lead to a correct solution. The first new
mainstream text in engineering
mechanics in nearly twenty years,
Plesha, Gray, and Costanzo’s
Engineering Mechanics: Statics and
Dynamics will help your students learn
this important material efficiently and
effectively.
FEATURES
• 4-Part Problem Solving
Methodology used in all example
problems. A consistent problemsolving
approach is used
throughout. Each example problem
DYNAMICS
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is solved using a “template” that
helps students effectively set up the
problem and solve it correctly.
• Introduces Appropriate Use of
Computational Tools. Fundamental
concepts are taught thoroughly, and
the use of computational tools is
taught when appropriate.
• Appropriate Design Coverage. The
authors have brought engineering
design considerations into selected
problems where applicable. This will
sensitize students to the fact that
engineering problems do not have a
single answer and many different
routes lead to a correct solution.
• Real World Examples, Problems,
Applications, Photographs. All the
photographs, applications,
examples are from the real world, so
that students will be able to identify
circumstances that they encounter
in there daily lives.
• Online Homework features selected
problems from the text and
algorithmically-generated problems
that give the instructor a wide array
of homework assignment options.
CONTENTS
1. Setting the Stage for the Study of
Dynamics 2. Particle Kinematics 3.
Force and Acceleration Methods for
Particles 4. Energy Methods for
Particles 5. Momentum Methods for
Particles 6. Planar Rigid Body
Kinematics 7. Newton-Euler Equations
for Planar Rigid Body Motion 8. Energy
and Momentum Methods for Rigid
Bodies 9. Mechanical Vibrations 10.
Three-Dimensional Dynamics of Rigid
Bodies / Appendix A Mass Moments of
Inertia / Appendix B Angular Momentum:
Advanced Topics
ENGINEERING MECHANICS
REVISED 4th Edition
(Speical Indian Edition)
by Stephen Timoshenko, D. Young, D.
H.; Stanford University and J.V. Rao,
Bapatla Engineering College
2006 / 680 Pages
ISBN : 9780070616806
Fundamentals of Engineering
Mechanics are crucial as they are the
basics that every engineer must
understand. Sound understanding of
Mechanics is the foundation for a
successful engineer. This book on
Engineering Mechanics presents the
fundamentals of Statics and Dynamics
using the scalar approach
FEATURES
• Follows the Scalar Approach.
• SI Units
• Illustrative examples worked out in
algebraic formulae form : Numerical
data punched into the formulae
gives the answers – helps the
students in checking answers
PEDAGOGY
• 232 New Solved Examples
• 800 New Practice Problems
• 227 Review Questions
• 113 Objective Type Questions
CONTENTS
Part I: Statics
1. Introduction 2. Concurrent Forces in a
Plane 3. Parallel Forces in a Plane 4.
General Case of Forces in a Plane 5.
Force Systems in Space 6. Principles of
Virtual Work Part II: Dynamics7.
Rectilinear Translation 8. Curvilinear
Translation 9. Rotation of a Rigid Body
About a Fixed Axis 10. Plane Motion of
a Rigid Body 11. Relative Motion
Appendix I: Moments of Inertia of Plane
Figures Appendix II: Moments of Inertia
of Material Bodies Appendix III: Forced
Vibrations Appendix IV: Balancing of
Rigid Rotors
ENGINEERING MECHANICS
by A. Nelson Formerly with Aurora
Engineering College, Nalgonda
2009 / Pages: 730
ISBN : 9780070146143
Meant for the first year students of all
engineering disciplines, this book on
Engineering Mechanics covers statics
and dynamics using the vector
approach. In-depth explanations, varied
solved examples with 3-dimensional
diagrams make this a complete offering
on the subject.
FEATURES
• In SI Units
• Follows the Vector Approach
• Excellent depth of coverage:
Detailed explanations supported
with apt diagrammatic
representations in a very organized
manner render good understanding
of the subject.
• Diagrams : Illustrious 3D diagrams
help in clear understanding of the
topics
CONTENTS
1.Introduction to engineering mechanicsbasic
concepts. 2. Vector Algebra 3.
System of forces and resultant
(concurrent forces) 4. System of forces
and resultant (non concurrent forces) 5.
Equilibrium of system of forces. 6.
Friction 7. Application of friction 8. Centre
of gravity and centroid. 9. Moment of
inertia 10. Mass moment of inertia 11.
Virtual work 12. Kinematics of particles
(rectilinear motion) 13. Kinematics of
particles (curvilinear motion) 14. Kinetics
of particles 15. Work and energy 16.
Impulse and momentum 17. Kinematics
of rigid bodies 18. Kinetics of rigid bodies
19. Vibrations
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ENGINEERING MECHANICS
4th Edition
by K. L. Kumar Professor & Head
Department of Design and Technology
University of Botswana, Botswana.
Veenu Kumar
2010 / 675 Pages
ISBN : 9780070681811
This new edition of the book offers the
complete coverage of Engineering
Mechanics paper for the students taking
the paper on Engineering Drawing in
first year, common to all B.Tech courses
. The emphasis on Coverage, Reliance
on Figures, Abundance of Examples,
Experiment in Mechanics and use of SI
Units make the book complete and
easy-to-follow!
FEATURES
• In SI Units
• Follows Vector approach
• New concepts on ‘Beams, Shear
Force and Bending Moment’.
• 15 laboratory experiments with
relevant topics
• Hints for tutorial problems to help
the reader attempt all the problems
• Separate coverage of the principles
in Statics and Dynamics followed by
Applications
• Rich pool of pedagogy of solved
problems and students’ practice
problems needed by practicing
engineers.
• Solved Problems. 271
• Concept Review Questions
111
• Unsolved Problems. 341
• Multiple Choice Question.
115
• Experiments. 15
• Total. 853
CONTENTS
1. Engineering Mechanics. What and
Why? 2. Forces and Force Systems 3.
Equilibrium of A Particle and A Rigid 4.
Centroid, Centre of Mass and Gravity
5. Kinematics of a Particle 6. Dynamics
of a Particle and of the Mass Centre of
any System 7. Kinematics of a Rigid
Body 8. Moment of Inertia. Area and
Mass 9. Dynamics of a Rigid Body 10.
Virtual Work and Potential Energy
Principles 11. Vibrations of Simple
Mechanical Systems APPENDICES
Appendix 1 Properties of Plane
Figures. (Line and Area Elements)
Appendix 2 Properties of Solid Bodies.
(Thin, solid and Hollow Bodies) Hints to
Tutorial Problems
International Edition
MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS:
STATICS
5th Edition
by Ferdinand P. Beer, (Deceased), and
E. Russell Johnston, Jr. University of
connecticut
2008 / 480 Pages
ISBN : 9780071275347
The first book published in the Beer and
Johnston Series, Mechanics for
Engineers : Statics is a scalar-based
introductory statics text, ideally suited
for engineering technology program,s
providing first-rate treatment of rigid
bodies without vector mechanics. This
new edition provides an extensive
selection of new problem and end-ofchapter
summaries.
FEATURES
• Features precision, accuracy, and
math level appropriate for
Engineering Technology courses.
• A Mathematics Review section
helps students understand the
basics of the scalar math used in
statics & dynamics.
• Sample Problem are included to
help students work through the
solution of typical engineering
problems and prepare for the
assigned chapter homework
problems.
CONTENTS
1.Introduction 2. Statics of Particles 3.
Statics of Rigid bodies in Two
Dimensions. 4. Statics of Rigid Bodies
in Three Dinensions. 5. Distributed
Forces : Centroids and Centres of
Gravity. 6. Analysis of Structures. 7.
Forces in Beams and Cables. 8. Friction.
9. Distributed Forces : Moments of
Inertia. 10. Method of Virtual Work Index.
Answers to Even-Numbered Problems.
International Edition
MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS:
DYNAMICS
5th Edition
by Ferdinand P. Beer, (Deceased), and
E. Russell Johnston, Jr. University of
Connecticut
2008 / 928 Pages
ISBN : 9780071275361
The first book published in the Beer and
Johnston Series, Mechanics for
Engineers : Dynamics is a scalar-based
introductory dynamics text, ideally suited
for engineering technology programs,
providing first-rate treatment of rigid
bodies without vector mechanics. This
new edition provides an extensive
selection of new problems and end-ofchapter
summaries. The text brings the
careful presentation of content,
unmatched levels of accuracy, and
attention to detail that have made Beer
and Johnston texts the standard for
excellence in engineering mechanics
education.
FEATURES
• Sample Problems are included to
help students work through the
solution of typical engineering
problems and prepare for the
assigned chapter homework
problems.
• A Mathematics Review section
helps students understand the
basics of the scalar math used in
statics & dynamics.
• Features precision, accuracy, and
math level appropriate for
Engineering Technology courses.
CONTENTS
11. Kinematics of Particles. 12. Kinetics
of Particles : Newtons Second Law. 13.
Kinetics of Particles : work and Energy.
14. Kinetics of Particles: Impulse and
Momentum. 15. Kinematics of Rigid
Bodies. 16. Kinetics of Rigid Bodies
Forces and Accelerations. 17. Kinetics
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of Rigid Bodies : Work and Energy. 18.
Kinetics of Rigid Bodies: Impulse and
Momentum. 19. Mechanical Vibrations.
Appendix. Moments of Inertia in Masses.
Index. Answers to Problems.
US Edition
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF
ENGINEERING MECHANIC
5th Edition
by William McLean, Lafayette College;
E. W. Nelson
1998 / Pages: 480
ISBN: 9780070461932
CONTENTS
1. Vectors 2. Operations with Forces 3.
Resultants of Coplanar Force Systems
4. Resultants of Noncoplanar Force
Systems 5. Equilibrium of Coplanar
Force Systems 6. Equilibrium of
Noncoplanar Force Systems 7.
Trusses and Cables 8. Forces in
Beams 9. Friction 10. First Moments
and Centroids 11. Virtual Work 12.
Kinematics of a Particle 13. Dynamics
of a Particle 14. Kinematics of a Rigid
Body in Plane Motion
International Edition
ANALYTICAL DYNAMICS
by Haim Baruh, Rutgers University,
New Brunswick
1999 / 704 Pages
ISBN : 0-07-116094-9 [IE]
CONTENTS
1. Introduction. 2. Basic Principles. 3.
Relative Motion. 4. Dynamics of a
System of Particles. 5. Analytical
Mechanics : Basic Concepts. 6.
Analytical Mechanics : Additional
Concepts. 7. Rigid-Body Geometry 8.
Rigid Body Kinematics. 9. Rigid Body
Dynamics : Basic Concepts. 10. Rigid
Body Dynamics : Advanced Concepts.
11. Qualitative Analysis of Rigid Body
Motion. 12. Dynamics of Lightly Flexible
Bodies. Appendices : Chapter A : A
History of Mechanics. Chapter B :
Concepts from the Calculus of
Variations. Chapter C : Common Mass
Moments of Inertia.
STRENGTH OF
MATERIALS
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
2nd Edition
by S S Rattan, Professor and Head,
Mechanical Engineering Department,
National Institute of Technology,
Kurukshetra
2011 / 733 Pages
ISBN : 9780071072564
This book is intended for an
undergraduate course on Strength of
Materials. Each chapter is written in a
simple, crisp and logical way, with
gradual build-up of concepts. The
language is lucid and easy to
understand, yet precisely scientific.
Theoretical explanations and
mathematical derivations are supported
with well-labeled and clear figures along
with systematically solved examples to
enhance the understanding of the
concepts.
KEY FEATURES
• New chapter on Theories of Failure
• Enhanced coverage of Stress and
Strain, and Beams
• More than 100 new solved
examples and 65 numerical
problems
• Summary at the end of each
chapter
• Rich pedagogy including
• Over 540 illustrations
• 440 Solved Examples
• 220 Objective Type Questions
• 175 Review Questions
• 210 Problems
CONTENTS
1. Simple Stress and Strain 2.
Compound Stress and Strain 3. Strain
Energy 4. Shear Force and Bending
Moment 5. Bending Stress in Beams 6.
Shear Stress in Beams 7. Slope and
Deflection 8. Fixed and Continuous
Beams 9. Bending of Curved Bars 10.
Torsion 11. Springs 12. Columns and
Struts 13. Cylinders and Spheres 14.
Rotating Discs and Cylinders 15.
Theories of Failure 16. Circular Plates
17. Plastic Bending and Torsion 18.
Plane Frame Structures 19. Properties
and Testing of Materials
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
5th Edition
(SI Units), (Special Indian Edition)
by Ferdinand P. Beer, Late of Lehigh
University; E. Russell Johnston, , Jr.
University of Connecticut; John T.
Dewolf, University of Connecticut;
David F. Mazurek, United States Coast
Guard Academy
2009 / Pages: 804pp
ISBN : 9780070153899
The fifth edition of Beer,Johnston,
DeWolf, and Mazurek’s Mechanics of
Materials maintains the spirit of its
successful previous editions that have
made this book standard in solid
mechanics for over two decades. It
provides a precise presentation of
subject illustrated with numerous
engineering examples that help the
students easily understand and related
to theory and applications.
FEATURES
• Exhaustive exposure to the analysis
of the stresses and corresponding
deformations in various structural
members
• Liberal use of free-body diagrams to
determine external and internal
forces
• Unique style of presentation
portrays a rare combination of
scientific language, appropriate
mathematical descriptions with
logical flow of topics
• Computer problemsat the end of
each chapter.
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• Rich pool of pedagogy includes
• 176 Solved problems
• 1498 Exercise problems
• 72 Computer problems
• 1686 Figures
CONTENTS
1. Introduction – Concept of Stress 2.
Stress and Strain – Axial Loading 3.
Torsion 4. Pure Bending 5. Analysis
and Design of Beams for Bending 6.
Shearing Stresses in Beams and Thin
– Walled Members 7. Transformers of
stress and Strain 8. Principal Stresses
under Given Loading Conditions 9.
Deflection of Beams 10. Columns 11.
Energy Methods
ADVANCED MECHANICS
OF SOLIDS
3rd Edition
by L.S. Srinath, Formerly Director
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras,
Chennai
2008 / 524 Pages
ISBN : 9780070262126
This comprehensive text on Mechanics
of Deformable Solids provides a firm
understanding of the subject after an
introductory course on Strength of
Materials. In-depth treatment of stress
and strain analysis, applications of
various strain energy theorems, thermal
stresses, composites, stress
concentration and make this book a
unique offering on this subject.
FEATURES
• Clear concepts of the states of
stress and strain at a point and
methods to determine their principal
values
• Exhaustive treatment of energy
methods covering theorems of
castigliano, Virtual work, Kirchoff,
Menabrea, Least work, and
Engesser
• Torsion of multiple cell sections and
shafts with and without holes
NEW SECTIONS ON
• Stress concentration
• Fracture Mechanics
CONTENTS
1. Analysis of Stress 2. Analysis of Strain
3. Stress-Strain Relations for Linearly
Elastic Solids 4. Theories of Failure or
Yield Criteria and Introduction to Ideally
Plastic Solid 5. Energy Methods 6.
Bending of Beams 7. Torsion 8.
Axisymmetric Problems 9. Thermal
Stresses 10. Elastic Stability 11.
Introduction to Composite Materials
AN INTRODUCTION TO
MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
3rd Edition
by Stephen H. Crandall, Department
of Mechanical Engineering,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
Norman C. Dahl, Department of
Mechanical Engineering,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
Thomas J. Lardner, Department of
Mechanical Engineering,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
M S Sivakumar, Professor, Department
of Applied Mechanics, IIT Madras,
Chennai
ISBN : 9780071070034
This text is based on the understanding
and application of three fundamental
physical consideration which govern the
mechanics of solids in equilibrium. All
the discussion and theoretical
development is explicitly related to these
three basic considerations. This
approach brings in unity to an
elementary presentation of the subject.
It puts considerable emphasis has been
put on the process of constructing
idealized models to represent actual
physical situations.
FEATURES
• Completely SI Metricated.
• Every topic has been linked to the
fundamental principles of strength of
materials.
• The introduction of tensor concept
at the initial level is unique to the
book.
• The book starts with all crude
approximations and goes on
removing them one by one leading
to a more realistic picture of the
concept in mind.
• Solved Examples and Numerical
Problems contain variety of
situations ranging from biology to
the design of nuclear-reactor
containment vessels in order to
depict the application of theoretical
concepts to real world problems.
• Web Supplements: Solution Manual
for Instructors
CONTENTS
1. Fundamental Principles of Mechanics
2. Introduction to Mechanics of
Deformable Bodies 3. Forces and
Moments Transmitted by Slender
Members 4. Stress and Strain 5. Stress-
Strain-Temperature Relations 6. Torsion
7. Stresses due to Bending 8. Deflection
due to Bending 9. Stability of Equilibrium:
Buckling
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
5th Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
(Schaum’s Outlines Series)
by William A. Nash, Professor of Civil
Engineering, University of
Massachusetts Nilanjan Malik,
Assistant Professor, Department of
Mechanical Engineering, Institute of
Technology, Banaras Hindu University,
Varanasi
2010 / 592 Pages
ISBN : 9780070700338
The book is designed to provide worked
examples and develop the problem
solving skills of students. It has been
comprehensively revised in order to
meet the needs of present day
examination pattern of universities and
competitive examinations. The
presentation passes from elementary to
more complex cases for a variety of
structural elements subject to practical
conditions of loading and support.
FEATURES
• New Topics on Defletion of Beams,
Stresses and Strains, Columns,
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Strain Energy Method and Springs
in Eleastic Beam Theory have been
included.
• Complete offering on Strength of
Materials.
• Step by Step Approach followed for
all the solved examples.
• Inclusion of Solved Conceptual
Questions.
• Answers are provided alongside
Supplementary Problems.
• Enhanced Pedagogical features:
• Solved Examples. 493
• Conceptual Questions. 248
• Supplementary Problems. 335
• Total 1076
CONTENTS
1. Centroids, Moments of Inertia and
Product of Inertia of Plane Areas 2.
Moments of Inertia of Material Bodies
3. Tension and Compression 4.
Statically Indeterminate Force Systems
in Torsion and Compression 5. Direct
Sheer Stress 6. Torsion 7. Biaxial
Stress, Combined Stress and general
Stake of Stress 8. Thin Walled
Pressure Vessels 9.Thick Walled
Pressure vessels10. Shearing Force
and Bending Moment 1• E l a s t i c
Deflection of Beams:Double Integration
Method 12. Elastic Deflection of
Beams. Method of Singularity
Functions 13. Statically Indeterminate
Elastic Beams 14. Stress in Beams 15.
Special Topics in in Elastic Beam
Theory 16. Plastic Deformation of
Beams 17. Columns 18. Strain Energy
Methods 19. Members Subjected to
Combined Loadings 20. Experimental
Determination of Stress and Strain
21.Introduction to Theory of Elasticity
International Edition
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
by Ansel Ugural, New Jersey Institute
of Technology
1991 / 441 Pages
ISBN : 9780071009737
CONTENTS
1. Fundamental Principles 2. Concept of
Stress 3. Strain and Material Relations
4. Analysis of Stress and Strain 5. Axially
Loaded Members 6. Torsion 7. Stresses
in Beams 8. Combined Stresses 9.
Deflection of Beams by Integration 10.
Deflection of Beams by Special Methods
11. Strain Energy for a General State of
Stress 12. Inelastic Behavior 13.
Buckling of Columns / Appendixes A
Moments of Areas / B Tables / C How to
Use the Interactive Software
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
(Sigma Series)
by L.S. Negi, Principal, Gurunanak Dev
Polytechnic, Rohini, Delhi.
2007 / 460 Pages
ISBN : 9780070634596
Based on the problems and solutions
approach, this book on strength of
Materials presents the fundamentals
and concepts in a simple manner with
step-by-step solution of varied
examples. The large number of practice
problems will facilitate honing of the
problem solving skills.
FEATURES
• Fundamental concepts of stress and
stain including 3D state of stress
and strain are presented.
• Stress and strain analysis are given
using the matrix formulations.
• Computer programs for analysis of
stress/strains, BM & SF Analysis,
second moment of area and
pressure vessels are given.
• Special coverage on the following
topics is given :
• Generalized Hooke’s law
• Strain displacement relations in
polar co-ordinates
• Analysis of stress and strain by
matrices
• Torsion of non-circular and thin
sections
• Partial end constraints in
compression members
• Theories of failure
• Toroidal shells
CONTENTS
1. Stress and Strain 2. Analysis of
Stresses 3. Analysis of Strains 4.
Torsion 5. Shearing Force and Bending
Moment 6. Centroid, Second Moment of
Area and Product Moment of Area 7.
Stresses in Beams 8. Trusses 9.
Compression Members 10. Combined
Direct and Bending Stress 11. Theories
of Failure 12. Deflection – Geometrical
Methods 13. Thin Shell 14. Thick Walled
Cylinder 15. Plastic Theory of Structures
16. Springs.
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
by B.K. Sarkar, Formerly with Malda
Polytechnic
2003 / 403 Pages
ISBN : 9780070494848
CONTENTS
1. Centre Of Gravity 2. Moment of Inertia
3. Stresses and Strains 4. Shearing
Force and Bending Moment 5. Bending
Stresses in Beams 6. Slope and
Deflection 7. Torsion 8. Springs 9.
Columns and Struts 10. Analysis of
Framed Structures 11. Combined Direct
and Bending Stresses 12. Propped
Cantilever 13. Shear Stress in Beams 14.
Dams and Retaining Walls 15. Thin
Cylindrical Shell 16. Riveted Joints 17.
Welded Joints Index
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MATERIAL SCIENCE
by M. Vijaya & G. Rangarajan
2004 / 612 Pages
ISBN : 9780070534698
CONTENTS
1. Crystal Structure and Chemical Bonds
2. Imperfections in Crystals 3. Diffusion
in Solids 4. Phase Equilibrium and Phase
Transformation 5. Mechanical Properties
of Materials 6. Lattice Vibrations and
Thermal Properties of Materials 7.
Electronics in Solids 8. Semiconductors
9. Semiconductor Devices 10.
Superconductors 11. Dielectric Materials
12. Magnetic Properties of Materials 13.
Optical Properties of Materials 14.
Modern Materials – A Brief Introduction
Appendices A: Point Groups
Appendices B: Two Dimensional
Bravais Lattices Appendices C:
Quantum Mechanics Appendices D:
Electromagnetic Theory Appendices E:
Error Function Appendices F: Periodic
Table of Elements Appendices G:
Physical Constants Bibliography / Index.
STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF
ENGINEERING MATERIALS
by V. S. R. Murthy, IIT Kanpur; Jena,
Gupta & Murty
2002 / 582 Pages
ISBN : 9780070482876
CONTENTS
1. Importance of Materials in Engineering
2. Cohesion between atoms 3. Structure
of Crystalline Solids 4. Defects in
Crystals 5. Structure of Noncrystalline
Solids 6. Multiphase Structures 7.
Structural Modifications 8. Mechanical
Behaviour 9. Control of Mechanical
Behaviour 10. Electronic Properties of
Materials 11. Electrical Properties of
Materials 12. Magnetic Properties of
Materials 13. Thermal and Optical
Properties of Materials 14. Composite
Materials 15. Materials Degradation and
its Prevention Appendix I: Selected
Properties of the Elements Appendix II:
Polymer Structures Appendix III:
Thermodynamics of Solid Solutions
Appendix IV: Schrodinger Equation is a
Wave Equation Appendix V: Solution of
Schrodinger Wave Equation and
Normalisation of a Wave Function
Appendix VI: General Procedure for
Solution of ‘Particle in a Box’ Problem
Appendix VII: Magnetic Units Index
US Edition
STATICS AND MECHANICS OF
MATERIALS
By Ferdinand P Beer (deceased), E
Russell Johnston & John T DeWolf of
University of Connecticut and David
Mazurek, US Coast Guard Academy
2010 / 800 Pages
ISBN : 9780073380155
The approach of the Beer and Johnston
texts has been utilized by hundreds of
thousands of students over decades of
engineering education. The Statics and
Mechanics of Materials text uses this
proven methodology in a new book
aimed at programs that teach these two
subjects together or as a two-semester
sequence. Maintaining the proven
methodology and pedagogy of their
other textbooks, Beer and Johnston’s
Statics and Mechanics of Materials
combines the theory and application
behind these two subjects into one
cohesive text. A wealth of problems,
Beer and Johnston’s hallmark Sample
Problems, and valuable Review and
Summary sections at the end of each
highlight the key pedagogy of the text.
FEATURES
• Review and Summary Sections at
the end of each provide students
with a valuable study tool.
Reviewers found these reviews to
be one of the strongest features of
the text and the best available in the
market.
• A careful, step-by-step presentation
is followed in each lesson of each
chapter; every is organized as
follows. a introduction with a outline
previewing what will be covered in
each lesson. After each lesson there
are 1-4 Sample Problems (set up to
serve as a model for student
solutions) followed by the lesson’s
problem set. At the end of each
students find a Review and
• Summary section with notes for
review and examples and cross
references to key sections. The
concludes with a Review Problem
section that ties together several
concepts from that chapter.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Statics of Particles 3.
Rigid Bodies. Equivalent Systems of
Forces 4. Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies 5.
Distributed Forces. Centroids and
Centers of Gravity 6. Analysis of
Structures 7. Distributed Forces.
Moments of Inertia 8. Concepts of
Stress 9. Stress and Strain. Axial
Loading 10. Torsion 11. Pure Bending
12. Analysis and Design of Beams for
Bending 13. Shearing Stresses in
Beams and Thin-Walled Members 14.
Transformations of Stress 15.
Deflection of Beam 16. Columns
Appendices A. Typical Properties of
Selected Materials Used in Engineering
B. Properties of Rolled-Steel Shapes C.
Beam Deflections and Slopes Photo
Credits Index Answers to Problems
MATERIAL SCIENCE
by G. Narula, Indian Institute of
Technology, Delhi; V. Gupta Delhi
College of Engineering
2004 / 404 Pages
ISBN : 9780074517963
CONTENTS
1. Introduction. 2. Atomic Structure and
Electronic Configuration. 3. Crystal
Geometry and Structure. 4. Bonds in
Solids. 5. Crystal Imperfection. 6. X-rays.
7. Diffusion in Solids. 8. Deformation of
Materials. 9. Theory of Alloys :
Constitution and Equilibrium Diagrams.
10. Phase Transformations. 11. Heat
Treatment. 12. Organic Materials. 13.
Electrical and Magnetic Properties of
Materials. 14. Corrosion. 15. Mechanical
Properties. 16. Photoelectric Effect. 17.
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Powder Metallurgy. 18. Electron Theory
of Metals.
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
MATERIALS
by B. Agarwal, IIT, Mumbai
1988 / 364 Pages
ISBN : 9780074515051
CONTENTS
1. Classification and Properties of
Materials. 2. The Structure of Materials.
3. Equilibrium Diagrams. 4. Plain Carbon
and Alloy Steels. 5. Heat Treatment of
Steel. 6. Case Hardening of Steel. 7. Tool
Steels. 8. Stainless Steels and High
Temperature Alloys. 9. Cast Irons. 10.
Copper and its Alloys. 11. Light Metals
and their Alloys. 12. Nickel, Tin, Lead,
Zinc and Bearing Materials. 13.
Ceramics. 14. Polymers. 15.
Composites. 16. Non-Destructive Testing
and Inspection. 17. Macro-and Micro-
Examination of Metals.
ADVANCED STRENGTH AND
APPLIED STRESS ANALYSIS
2nd Edition
by Richard Budynas, Rochester
Institute of Technology
2011 / 720 Pages
ISBN : 9781259002090
CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Basic Concepts of Force,
Stress, Strain, and Displacement
Chapter 2. Stress and Strain.
Transformations, Equilibrium, and
Compatibility. Chapter 3. Fundamental
Formulations of Stress, Strain, and
Deflection. Chapter 4. Concepts from the
Theory of Elasticity. Chapter 5. Topics
from Advanced Mechanics of Materials.
Chapter 6. Energy Techniques in Stress
Analysis. Chapter 7. Strength Theories
and Design Methods. Chapter 8.
Experimental Stress Analysis. Chapter
9. Introduction to the Finite Element
Method. Chapter 10. Finite Element
Modeling Techniques. Appendix A SI and
USCU Conversions. Appendix B
Properties of Cross Sections. Appendix
C Beams in Bending. Appendix D
Singularity Functions. Appendix E
Principal Second-area Moments.
Appendix F Stress Con-centration
Factors. Appendix G Strain Gage
Rosette Equations. Appendix H
Corrections for Transverse Sensitivity of
Strain. Appendix I Matrix Algebra and
Cartesian Tensors.
International Edition
STATICS AND STRENGTH
OF MATERIALS
2nd Edition
by Fa-Hwa Cheng
2008 / 816 Pages
ISBN : 9780071156660
CONTENTS
• Fundamental Concepts and Principles
• Resultant of Coplanar Force Systems
• Equilibrium of Coplanar Force Systems
• Analysis of Structures • Friction •
Concurrent Spatial Force Systems •
Center of Gravity and Centroids • Area
Moments of Inertia • Simple Stresses •
Strains • Mechanical Properties of
Materials • Torsion of Circular Shafts •
Shear Forces and Bending Moments in
Beams • Stresses in Beams • Design of
Beams for Strength • Defl ections of
Beams • Statically Indeterminate Beams
• Combined Stresses • Columns •
Connections
MATERIALS SCIENCE
AND ENGINEERING
4th Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
by William F. Smith, Professor
Emeritus of Engineering University of
Central, Florida; Javad Hashemi,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering,
Texas Tech University; Ravi Prakash,
Professor & Head of Mechanical
Engineering, B.I.T.S Pilani
2008 / 968 Pages
ISBN : 9780070667174
Materials Science and Engineering,
fourth edition provides an eminently
readable and understandable overview
of engineering materials for
undergraduate students. Through
concise explanations, numerous
worked-out examples, a wealth of
illustrations and photographs, and online
resources, the new edition provides the
most student-friendly introduction to the
science & engineering of materials.
FEATURES
• In SI units
• Focused coverage on modern
material science topics including
nanotechnology, biomedical
engineering, and semiconductors
• Materials selection and design
problems in each chapter relate
concepts to engineering practice
• ‘Chapter Openers’ give readers a
sense of how engineers use
concepts in the real world
EXCELLENT PEDAGOGY INCLUDES
• 1284 Exercise problems
• 143 Solved examples
• 184 Materials selection and design
problems
• 104 Objective type questions
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Materials Science and
Engineering 2. Atomic Structure and
Bonding 3. Crystal and Amorphous
Structures in Materials 4. Solidification,
Crystalline Imperfections 5. Thermally
Activated Processes and Diffusion in
Solids 6. Mechanical Properties of
Metals I 7. Mechanical Properties of
Metals II 8. Phase Diagrams 9.
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Engineering Alloys 10. Polymeric
Materials 11. Ceramics 12. Composite
Materials 13. Corrosion 14. Electrical
Properties of Materials
US Edition
FOUNDATIONS OF MATERIALS
SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
5th Edition
(SI Units)
by William F. Smith, University Of
Central Florida; Javad Hashemi, Texas
Tech University
2010 / 1056 Pages
ISBN : 9780071311144
Smith/Hashemi's Foundations of
Materials Science and Engineering, 5/e
provides an eminently readable and
understandable overview of engineering
materials for undergraduate students.
This edition offers a fully revised
chemistry chapter and a new chapter on
biomaterials. Through concise
explanations, numerous worked-out
examples, a wealth of illustrations &
photos, and a brand new set of online
resources, the new edition provides the
most student-friendly introduction to the
science & engineering of materials.
FEATURES
• Fully revised Chemistry chapter and
new material on Biomaterials.
• New/revised problems throughout.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Materials Science and
Engineering 2. Atomic Structure and
Bonding 3. Crystal and Amorphous
Structures in Materials 4. Solidification,
Crystalline Imperfections 5. Thermally
Activated Processes and Diffusion in
Solids 6. Mechanical Properties of
Metals I 7. Mechanical Properties of
Metals II 8. Phase Diagrams 9.
Engineering Alloys 10. Polymeric
Materials 11. Ceramics 12. Composite
Materials 13. Corrosion 14. Electrical
Properties of Materials 15. Optical
Properties and Superconductive
Materials 16. Magnetic Properties 17.
Biological and Biomaterials
SOLID MECHANICS
Revised 1st Edition
by S.M.A. Kazimi, Indian Institute of
Technology
2004 / 468 Pages
ISBN : 9780074517154
CONTENTS
Introduction. PART A (General
Analysis) 1. Deformable Bodies (Basic
Concepts : Mechanical Properties)
2. Analysis of Stresses (Equilibrium).
3. Analysis of Strains (Compatibility).
4. Stress-Strain Relations. PART B
(Particular Analysis) 5. Uniaxial
Deformations 6. Torsion : Including Non-
Circular Sections. 7. Beams and
Bending. 8. Stability of Equilibrium -
Columns. 9. Combined Stresses. 10.
Introduction to Energy Methods.
International Edition
STRUCTURES AND PROPERTIES
OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS
5th Edition
by Daniel Henkel, and Alan Pense,
Lehigh University
2001 / 464 Pages
ISBN : 9780071201346
CONTENTS
Section I: Introductory Materials
Concepts. 1. Structure of Materials.
2. Failure of Materials. 3. Solid Solution
Strengthening. 4. Deformation
Hardening and Annealing. 5. Multiphase
Strengthening. Section II: (continued).
6. Precipitation Hardening. 7. Martensitic
Transformation. Section III: Metallic
Materials Engineering. 8. Low Carbon
Steels. 9. Medium Carbon Steels. 10.
High Carbon Steels. 11. Stainless Steels.
12. Cast Irons. 13. Aluminum Alloys. 14.
Copper and Copper Alloys. 15.
Magnesium Alloys. 16. Titanium Alloys.
17. Metals for High Temperature Service.
Section IV: Nonmetallic Materials and
Composites Engineering. 18.
Engineering Polymers. 19. Ceramics and
Glasses. 20. Composite Materials.
International Edition
INTERMEDIATE MECHANICS
OF MATERIALS
by James R. Barber, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor
2001 / 608 Pages
ISBN : 9780071181471
CONTENTS
1. Introduction. 2. Material Behavior and
Failure. 3. Energy Methods. 4.
Unsymmetrical Bending. 5. Elastic-
Plastic Bending. 6. Shear and Torsion of
Thin-Walled Beams. 7. Membrane
Stresses in Axisymmetric Shells. 8.
Beams On Elastic Foundations. 9.
Axisymmetric Bending of Cylindrical
Shells. 10. Thick Walled Cylinders and
Disks. 11. Curved Beams. 12. Elastic
Stability. A The Finite Element Method.
B Properties of Areas. C Stress
Concentration Factors.
U.S. Edition
SCHAUM’S OUTLINE OF STATICS
AND STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
by John Jackson, Vermont Technical
College; Harold Wirtz, Vermont
Technical College
1983 / 416 Pages
ISBN : 9780070321212
ENGINEERING MATERIALS
AND METALLURGY
2nd Edition
by R. Srinivasan, RVS college of
Engineering & Technology, Dindigul
2009 / 466 Pages
ISBN : 9780070672819
This textbook provides a basic understanding
of the structure, properties and
applications of engineering materials. Its
broad topical coverage provides a
thorough overview of the fundamentals
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of the subject. This student-friendly book
would serve as a valuable self-study for
students of various engineering disciplines.
FEATURES
• Simple and easy writing style
• Detailed coverage of topics on
Metals, Polymers, Ceramics and
Composites
• Numerous figures to the chapter
‘Heat Treatment’
• Chapter-end questions in
accordance with the examination
pattern
• Two-mark questions with answers
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Structure of Materials
3. Alloys and Phase Diagrams 4. Iron-
Iron Carbide Equilibrium Diagram and
Plain Carbon Steels 5. Heat Treatment
of Steels 6. Alloy Steels 7. Cast Irons 8.
Non-ferrous Alloys 9. Plastic
Deformation and Fracture of Metals 10.
Polymers 11. Ceramics 12. Composites
13. Mechanical Testing of Materials
COMPUTER SCIENCE
INTRODUCTORY
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
7th Edition
(SIE)
by Peter Norton, Acclaimed Software
Entrepreneur of ‘Norton Antivirus’ &
‘Norton Utilities’ fame
2010 / 680 Pages
ISBN : 9780070671201
A trusted name in Information
technology, Peter Norton has been
synonymous with computers for close to
three decades. His trilogy on computers,
including Computing Fundamentals,
Essential Concepts, and Introduction to
Computers, is consider a leading
educational resource on the subject.
This Indian adaptation of Introduction to
Computers takes forward the
unparalleled success and legacy of this
series of books.
FEATURES
• In-depth treatment of topics like
Number Systems, Network
Topologies and Protocols
• Discussion on Operating Systems
enhanced through inclusion of
discussion on MS-DOS and Unix
commands, Windows Vista,
Windows Server 2008
• Enrichment of Pedagogy - Over
1000 exercise questions included
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Computer Systems /
Lesson 1A. Exploring Computers and
Their Uses / Lesson 1B. Looking Inside
the Computer System 2. INTERACTING
WITH YOUR COMPUTER / Lesson 2A.
Using the Keyboard and Mouse /
Lesson 2B. Inputting Data in Other
Ways 3. SEEING, HEARING, AND
PRINTING DATA / Lesson 3A. Video
and Sound / Lesson 3B. Printing 4.
PROCESSING DATA / Lesson 4A.
Transforming Data into Information /
Lesson 4B. Modern CPUs 5. STORING
DATA / Lesson 5A. Types of Storage
Devices / Lesson 5B. Measuring and
Improving Drive Performance 6. USING
OPERATING SYSTEMS / Lesson 6A.
Operating System Basics / Lesson 6B.
Survey of PC and Network Operating
Systems 7. NETWORKS / Lesson 7A.
Networking Basics / Lesson 7B. Data
Communications 8. PRESENTING THE
INTERNET / Lesson 8A. The Internet
and the World Wide Web / Lesson 8B.
E-Mail and Other Internet Services 9.
WORKING IN THE ONLINE WORLD /
Lesson 9A. Connecting to the Internet /
Lesson 9B. Doing Business in the
Online World 10. WORKING WITH
APPLICATION SOFTWARE / Lesson
10A. Productivity Software / Lesson
10B. Graphics and Multimedia / 11.
DATABASE MANAGEMENT / Lesson
11A. Database Management Systems /
Lesson 11A. Survey of Database
Systems 12. SOFTWARE
PROGRAMMING AND
DEVELOPMENT / Lesson 12A.
Creating Computer Programs / Lesson
12B. Programming Languages and the
Programming Process 13.
PROTECTING YOUR PRIVACY, YOUR
COMPUTER, AND YOUR DATA /
Lesson 13A. Understanding the Need
for Security Measures / Lesson 13B.
Taking Protective Measures / Appendix
A—Creating Your Own Web Pages /
Appendix B—Computer Viruses /
Appendix C—Self-Check Answers
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS
by E. Balagurusamy, Member, UPSC
New Delhi
2009 / 524 Pages
ISBN : 9780070141605
The foremost objective of this book is to
explain a beginner about computer’s
functionalities. Anyone interested in
knowing about computers can learn the
various applications without any prior
knowledge. The book has been
developed for various introductory
courses offered in Computer Science, IT
and other related areas.
FEATURES
• A complete self-study material for
obtaining basic knowledge and
understanding of various hardware
and software components of
computers.
• Covers Microsoft Office suite of
software such as MS Word and MS
Excel in great detail.
• Concepts have been explained
using ample number of illustrations
and screen shots to visualize the
commands.
• A chapter dedicated for further
reading on Programming concepts.
• Appendices on Multimedia and
Computer Graphics
• Huge presence of Pedagogy for
self-test:
• Review Questions: 329
• Fill-in-the-blank: 325
• Multiple Choice Questions: 315
• Solved Examples: 112
• Illustrations: 291
CONTENTS
• Understanding the Computer •
Computer Organization and Architecture
• Memory and Storage Systems • Input
Devices • Output Devices • Computer
Codes • Computer Arithmetic • Boolean
Algebra of Switching Circuits • Logic
Gates and Digital Circuits • Comuter
Software • Operating Systems •
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Microsoft Software • Programming
Languages • Data Communications and
Networks • The Internet and World Wide
Web • Introduction to C Programming /
Appendix A: Multimedia / Appendix B:
Computer Graphics
TAXALI COMPUTER COURSE
by R. K. Taxali
2010 / 485 pages
Meant for an average user, this book
gives a detailed and yet a simple
account of how to use a PC for basic
needs. The only pre-requisite for the
reader is the “ability to read” and hence
the book has been kept extremely
simple, straight forward and easy to
follow, with step by step instructions
accompanied by appropriate
illustrations. The book provides
explanations, with screen shots to
demonstrate the described functions.
The book starts with the introduction to
computer and its parts and their uses,
and then goes on to explain how to use
computers delving to the very basics
including how to hold, scroll and click
the mouse. MS Word, Excel, PPT,
Access, Internet and Email, Internet
Security and Basic Tally all are covered
in this book. This book is suitable for
everyone, whether you are a student in
a school or college, an office or factory
employee, a house-wife, or an even a
retired person- an excellent text for selfstudy
and practice.
FEATURES
• No prior knowledge assumed…the
book starts from scratch
• Simple and Step by step explanation
with screen shots wherever possible
for better understanding
• Gives detailed yet simple
explanation of how to work on
Windows, MS Word, Excel, Access,
Power Point , Internet &
Ecommerce
• Chapter on Tally 9 and other
variants
• Chapters on Computer Virus, DTP
CONTENTS
1. What is a Computer? 2. Using
Windows 3. Word Processing with
Microsoft Word 4. Microsoft Excel 5.
Microsoft Access 6. Microsoft
PowerPoint 7. Tally 8. Introduction to
Desktop Publishing 9. Internet, Email
and E-Commerce 10. Computer Virus,
Spyware and Adware
COMPUTING FUNDAMENTALS AND
C PROGRAMMING
by E. Balagurusamy, Chairman, EBG
Foundation, Coimbatore
2008 / 520 pages
ISBN : 9780070669093
Written by the most well known face of
India’s IT literacy movement, this book
is designed for the first course on
Fundamentals of Computers and C
Programming taken by undergraduate
students in Computers and Information
Technology. This book uses simple-tocomplex
and easy-to-learn approach
with unique combination of theory and
practice.
FEATURES
• Exhaustive coverage on
fundamentals of computers
• Microsoft Office Software Illustrated
with screen shots
• In-depth discussion on Operators
and Expressions, Arrays and
Pointers
• Extensive coverage on Algorithms
and Flowcharts
• Case Studies at the end of chapters
PEDAGOGY
• 242 Review questions
• 163 Programming exercises
• 111 Solved examples
• 210 Illustrations
CONTENTS
1. Fundamentals of Computers 2.
Computing Concepts 3. Overview of C
4. Constants, Variables, and Data Types
5. Managing Input and Output
Operations 6. Operators and
Expressions 7. Decision Making and
Branching 8. Decision Making and
Looping 9. Arrays 10. Character Arrays
and Strings 11. User-Defined Functions
12. Structures and Unions 13. Pointers
14. File Management in C / Appendix A:
Database Management Systems /
Appendix B: Introduction to Data
Structures / Appendix C: C99 Features
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING
SYSTEMS FROM BITS AND GATES
TO C AND BEYOND
2nd Edition
by Yale N Patt, University of Texas at
Austin and Sanjay J Patel, University of
Illinois, Champaign
2004 / 656 pages
ISBN : 9780070595002
This book is based on the premise that
starting with a high level programming
language is not the best approach. The
reason most students are unsuccessful
using a programming language when
they encounter it in their first course is
because they are forced to memorize a
lot of technical details without having
any idea why these details are
necessary. That is, they do not
understand the basic underpinnings of
how a computer works. From this basic
notion evolves the motivated bottom-up
approach found in Patt/Patel’s
Introduction To Computing Systems,
now in a second edition. The text starts
with the logic structures and architecture
of a computer and moves up to the
application software that runs on it.
Every treatment that purports to start at
the bottom and work up begins with
some abstraction. For Patt/Patel, that
abstraction is the switch level behavior
of an MOS transistor. From a very short
treatment of that abstraction, the book
covers in turn: Logic Gates, latches,
logic structures (MUX, Decoder, Adder,
gated latches), finally culminating in an
implementation of memory. From there,
the book moves on to the Von
Neumann model of execution, then a
simple computer (the LC-3), machine
language programming, assembly
language and how an assembler works,
and then assembly language
programming of the LC-3. The LC-3
treatment concludes with a substantial
treatment of Physical I/O, including both
polling and interrupt-driven I/O, the
nature of traps and subroutine calls/
returns. The book then moves to the
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high level language C, covering
recursion, pointers, and finally
elementary data structures. The book
establishes a foundation that every
subsequent course in the computer
science or computer engineering
curriculum can benefit from and build
on.
FEATURES
• The focus of the book is on the
fundamentals. The approach of this
text better prepares students for
later courses in both hardware and
software, applications and operating
systems, data structures and
algorithms, data bases and
networks, where an understanding
of the basic underpinnings is
essential to making the required
tradeoffs in all of the above areas.
• The book is broken down into two
major segments, (a) The underlying
structure of a computer, using the
LC-3, and (b) programming in a high
level language, in this case C.
• Because students are taught
debugging from the first program
they write (in machine language)
and are required to use the LC-3
Simulator’s debugging tools from
the beginning, they are better able
to master programming and will be
able to complete projects with a lot
less help from the TA.
• An expanded website for the text
includes updated versions of the
Solutions Manual, the LC-2
Simulator [to the LC-3 Simulator],
Source Code of the examples, a link
to the authors’ website and JPEGs
of all of the figures. It also contains
a message board, lab manuals for
both versions of the LC-3, as well as
two sets of PowerPoint
presentations created by instructors
using the book in their course.
CONTENTS
Part I: 1 Welcome Aboard! 2 Bits, Data
Types, and Operations. 3 Digital Logic
Structures. 4 The Von Neumann Model.
5 The LC-3. 6 Programming. 7
Assembly Language. 8 I/O. 9 TRAP
Routines and Subroutines. 10 And,
Finally. Part II: 11 Introduction to
Programming in C. 12 Variables and
Operators. 13 Control Structures. 14
Functions. 15 Debugging. 16
Recursion. 17 Pointers and Arrays. 18
I/O in C. 19 Data Structures. Appendix
A The LC-3 ISA. Appendix B From LC-
3 to x86. Appendix C The
Microarchitecture of the LC-3.
Appendix D The C Programming
Language. Appendix E Extending C to
C++. Appendix F Useful Tables
MCQS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
4th Edition
By Timothy J Williams, Part-time
Professor, California State University,
Hayward
2011 / 436 Pages
ISBN : 9780071077699
This book is designed for Computer
Science/ Information Technology
students from various Engineering
(B.Tech/ BE), BSc/ MSc, BCA/ MCA
streams taking their GATE, GRE and
other competitive examinations e.g.
exams for PSUs. This book will be also
a useful practice guide for students who
appear for technical placement
examinations conducted by Software
firms.
FEATURES
• Excellent coverage of essential
topics like C Programming, Mathematical
Foundations, Automata
Theory, Digital Logic and Computer
organization
• Contains over 2000 Multiple Choice
Questions with complete solutions
to fully arm the student for the GATE
and other PSU exams
• Updated with new questions from
GATE questions papers of 2008 ,
2009 & 2010
• Includes selected questions from
GATE 2011 with solution at the end
of the book
CONTENTS
1. Mathematical Foundations of
Computer Science 2. Digital Logic and
Computer Organization 3.
Programming with C 4. Object Oriented
Programming Using C++ 5
Programming with Java 6. Data
Structures and Algorithms 7. Operating
Systems 8. Unix 9. Database
Management Systems 10. SQL*PLUS,
SQL, PL/SQL, Forms and Reports 11.
Automata Theory 12. Principles of
Programming Languages 13. Principles
of Compiler Design 14. System
Software 15. Software Engineering 16.
Computer Networks 17. Computer
Graphics / Appendix: GATE-2011
Questions with Solutions
International Edition
PETER NORTON’S
COMPUTING FUNDAMENTALS
6th Edition
by Peter Norton, Peter Norton
Computing Inc.
2006 / 512 pages
ISBN : 9780071117159
Peter Norton is an acclaimed computer
software entrepreneur who is active in
civic and philanthropic affairs. He serves
on the boards of several scholastic and
cultural institutions and currently
devotes much of his time to
philanthropy. Mr. Norton made his mark
in the computer industry as a pro gram
mer and businessman. Norton
Utilities™, Norton Antivirus™, and other
utility programs are installed on millions
of computer world wide. He is also the
best selling author of computer books.
Mr. Norton sold his PC-software
business to Symantec Corporation in
1990 but continues to write and speak
on computers, helping millions of people
better understand information
technology.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Revised and Updated: Completely
revised and updated to cover new
technologies and adapt to our
quickly changing world.
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• Improved Design: Improved fourcolor
designed sporting a cleaner,
more open look with vivid
photographs and illustrations.
• Sensible organization: Each book
consists of units, each divided into 2
sections that enable instructors to
more flexibly adapt the book to their
course and visa versa.
• New “At Issue” Features: All new
articles written by Business Week IT
columnists, spotlighting trends in
information technology. These new
articles will offer compelling looks at
how technology is used in to help
people do their work or make their
lives better.
• New “Computer Career” Articles:
Interviews with real IT professionals
will put a human face to the many
exciting career IT career
opportunities available.
• Unit and Section Re view Activities:
Each Section will include a key term
list, key term quiz, multiple choice
questions, essay questions, and lab
projects. Each Unit will include
additional lab projects, discussion
questions, research report, and
ethical issue questions.
CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Introducing Computer
Systems. Chapter 2. Presenting the
Internet. Com put ing Keynotes #1:
Creating Your Own Web Page. Chapter
3. Interacting with Your Computer.
Chapter 4. Seeing, Hearing, and Printing
Data. Computing Key notes #2: Buying
Your First Computer. Chapter 5.
Processing Data. Chapter 6. Storing
Data. Chapter 7. Using Operating
Systems. Chapter 8. Working with
Application Software. Chapter 9. Net
works. Chapter 10. Working in the
Online World. Computing Keynotes #3:
Professional Certification Programs.
Chapter 11. Development of Information
Systems. Chapter 12. Protecting Your
Privacy, Your Computer, and Your Data.
Computing Keynotes#4: Viruses.
Appendix A: The History of Microcomputers.
Appendix B: Answers to
Self-Checks. / Glossary. / Index
Vijay Nicole Imprints Title
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS
& C PROGRAMMING
by Alesix Leon; Software Consultant;
Mathews Leon; L & L Consultancy Pvt.
Ltd.
2007 / 368 pages
ISBN : 9788182091924
This book covers Introduction to
Computers and C Programming.
Designed as per the new Anna
University syllabus for first semester, the
book covers in toto the syllabi
requirements of two papers namely
Fundamentals of Computers and
Programming Laboratory.
FEATURE
• Clear and lucid presentation
• Numerous programming examples
and problems
• Pedagogical features include
exercises, solved problems,
examples, illustrations
CONTENTS
PART I: Fundamentals of Computers
1. Introduction to Computers 2.
Generations of Modern Computers 3.
Classification of Digital Computers 4.
The Computer System 5. Computer
System Architecture 6. Number System
7. Computer Software 8. Introduction to
Software Development PART II : C
Programming 1. Introduction to C
Language 2. Data Types 3. Operators
and Expressions 4. Input / Output
Functions 5. Control Statements 6.
Arrays and Strings 7. Functions 8.
Pointers 9. Structures and Unions 10.
Files 11. C Preprocessor
Vijay Nicole Imprints Title
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTING C
PROGRAMMING & MS OFFICE
by Alesix Leon; Software Consultant;
Mathews Leon; L & L Consultancy Pvt.
Ltd.
2007 / 596 pages
ISBN : 9788182090590
This book covers the three topics,
Introduction to Computers, C
Programming, MS Office (MS Word and
MS Excel) all important for students
throughout their career.
FEATURES
• Clear and lucid presentation
• Numerous programming examples
and problems
• Pedagogical features include
exercises, solved problems,
examples, illustrations
CONTENTS
PART I: Fundamentals of Computers
1. Introduction to Computers 2.
Generations of Modern Computers 3.
Classification of Digital Computers 4.
The Computer System 5. Computer
System Architecture 6. Number System
7. Computer Software 8. Introduction to
Software Development PART II: C
Programming 1. Introduction to C
Language 2. Data Types 3. Operators
and Expressions 4. Input / Output
Functions 5. Control Statements 6.
Arrays and Strings 7. Functions 8.
Pointers 9. Structures and Unions 10.
Files 11. C Preprocessor PART III: MS
Office Section I : MS Word 1.
Introduction to Word Processing 2. Word
2000 Basics 3. Creating and Saving a
Document 4. Editing Test 5. Formatting
Documents 6. Advance Formatting 7.
Mail Merging 8. Working With Graphics
9. Working with Tables 10. Advanced
Topics Section II: MS Excel 1.
Introduction to Electronic Spreadsheets
2. Excel 2000 Basics 3. Creating and
Saving a Workbook 4. Data Entry—
Manual and Automatic 5. Basic
Formatting 6. Advanced Formatting 7.
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Formulas and Macros 8. Excel Functions
9. Charts and Graphs 10. Advanced
Topics
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY:
THE BREAKING WAVE
by Dennis Curtin
1999 / 320 pages
ISBN : 9780074635582
(Book Only)
C
PROGRAMMING IN ANSI C
6th Edition
By E Balagurusamy, Chairman, EBG
Foundation, Coimbatore
2012 / 570 pages
ISBN : 9781259004612
In keeping with the original essence of
this distinguished bestseller, the sixth
edition presents C programming
concepts in a simple, clear and logical
order, thus making it ideal for novices.
This text uses sample programs, case
studies, programming problems,
projects and many more pedagogical
aids to enable better understanding of
the C language. The hallmark of this
edition is its new avatar in color, to
enhance visual appeal and make
learning a pleasure!
FEATURES
• Ample number of programming
codes with comments throughout
the book
• Special boxes within the text to
provide supplementary information
and notes
• Case studies illustrating real life
applications and ‘Just Remember’
sections, enlisting possible problem
areas and helpful hints
• Programming projects giving
insights into how to handle large
programs
• New programs and review questions
specially picked from frequently
asked university questions
• Latest compiler C99 features
provided
Updates to the Edition
• Visual Impact Through Coloured
Edition
• 15 New Programs Included And
Refreshed Review Questions
Across Chapters Like
• Fibonacci Series, Prime Numbers
Calculation, Gcd, Matrices Etc.
• Identified Basis Frequently Asked
University Examination Questions
With High Level Of Difficulty. Also
Keeping
• Major University Syllabi Requisites
In Mind! Also Observed There From
That We Already have a lot of FAQs
in our text
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Two new programming projects on
“INVENTORY” and “RECORD
ENTRY”
• Coverage of new features added to
C99
CONTENTS
1. Overview of C 2. Constants,
Variables, and Data Types 3. Operators
and Expressions 4. Managing Input and
Output Operations 5. Decision Making
and Branching 6. Decision Making and
Looping 7. Arrays 8. Character Arrays
and Strings 9. User-Defined Functions
10. Structures and Unions 11. Pointers
12. File Management in C 13. Dynamic
Memory Allocation and Linked Lists 14.
The Preprocessor 15. Developing a C
Program: Some Guidelines Appendix I:
Bit-Level Programming Appendix II:
ASCII Values of Characters Appendix
III: ANSI C Library Functions Appendix
IV: Projects Appendix V: C99 Features
PROGRAMMING WITH C
3rd Edition
(Schaums Outlines Series) (Special
Indian Edition)
by Bryon S. Gottfried, Professor,
Industrial Engineering, University of
Pittsburgh; J K Chhabra, Professor,
Department of Computer Science and
Engineering, National Institute of
Technology, Kurukshetra
ISBN: 9780070145900
2010 / 650 Pages
This book follows a simplified way for
solving problem. Through sample
programs, it guides the readers to
comprehend the different situations in
which a certain feature can be used.
Extensive coverage of C Programming
concepts through addition of new
chapter on Strings and topics like
Fundamentals of Computers &
Introduction to Algorithms and
Pseudocodes, Types of Errors, Random
and Sequential Access of Files.
FEATURES
• The book has been developed
based on the ANSI C standards.
There is emphasis on designing
clear, legible, modular and efficient
programs throughout the book
• Inclusion of a new chapter on
Strings
• Addition of topics like Fundamentals
of Computers, introduction to
Algorithms and Pseudocodes
• In-depth treatment for File Handling
• Topics like Random and Sequential
Access of Files have been included
along with examples.
• Over 1200 varied solved examples
& problems present
• Ideal for self-teach and test
preparation
CONTENTS
1. Introductory Concepts 2. Introduction
to C Programming 3. Operators and
Expressions 4. Data Input & output 5.
Preparing and Running A Complete C
Program 6. Control Statements 7.
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Functions 8. Stored Classes and
Multifile Programming 9. Arrays 10.
Strings 11. Pointers 12. Structures and
unions 13. File Handling 14. low-Level
Programming 15. Additional features of
C / Appendix A: Number Systems /
Appendix B: Escape Sequences /
Appendix C: Operator Summary /
Appendix D: Data Types and Data
Conversion rules / Appendix E: The
ASCII Character Set / Appendix F:
Control Statement Summary / Appendix
G: Commonly used Scanf and Printf
Conversion Characters / Appendix H:
Library Functions Answers to Selected
Problems Answers to FAQs
MASTERING C
by K. R. Venugopal, Professor,
Department of Computer Science and
Engineering, University Visvesvaraya
College of Engineering, Bangalore
University, Bangalore; S. R. Prasad,
Software Architect, Philips Innovation
Campus, Bangalore
2006 / 864 pages
ISBN : 9780070616677
This book lucidly explains the basic
features and syntax of the C language.
It includes brief theory, plenty of
programming examples, review
questions and problems for practice.
FEATURES
• Clear exposition of the fundamental
concepts of C.
• Exhaustive coverage of Graphics in
C
• In-depth coverage of file
manipulations, data structures,
searching and sorting.
• A chapter on UNIX highlighting the
features of C in the UNIX
environment.
• Pedagogical features
• 217 solved examples
• 403 programming exercises
• 625 review exercises
• 124 Figures for bette
understanding of the concepts
NEW IN THIS EDITION
• Basics of Computer and Numbering
System added in the first chapter.
• New Chapter on Data Structures.
• New Chapter on Graphics.
• 896 additional solved examples,
programming exercises and review
questions are included.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Variables and
Expressions 3. Basic input-output 4.
Control structures 5. Functions 6. Scope
and extent 7. Arrays and Strings 8.
Pointers 9. Structures and Unions 10.
Files 11. Dynamic Memory Allocation
12. Data Structures 13. Graphics 14.
UNIX Operating System 15. C Library
Functions 16. Controlling Complexity
17. Quick Reference 18. Answers to
Exercises 19. Programming Examples
Bibliography Index
TEST YOUR SKILLS IN C
2nd Edition
by S Thamarai Selvi, Professor &
Head, Dept. of Information
Technology, Madras Institute of
Technology, Chennai; R Murugesan,
Reader,Dept. of Mathematics,
Thiruvalluvar College, Tamil Nadu
2009 / 270 Pages
ISBN : 9780070145856
Test your skills in C is a complete selfteach
for all those aspiring for a career
in IT focusing on the ‘C’ language. The
book aids the readers to refresh their C
Programming knowledge in a shorter
span thereby enabling them to
thoroughly prepare and appear for the
various screening tests and campus
interviews. The book has been
developed based on the ANSI C
standards. It will be a practice book for
the undergraduate students of CSE, IT,
ECE, EEE, Electronics and
Instrumentation, etc.
FEATURES
• Practice tests covering all C
language related concepts provided
in eleven separate chapters.
• Refreshed model test papers with
solutions provided for selfassessment.
• Special section titled Tough Nuts to
Crack containing unique and
thought-provoking programming
exercises. Programming tips and
solutions are provided for these
exercises.
• Special Notes and Tips for tricky
questions.
• Simple program covered as an
example along with a brief theory/
definition in every chapter for
introducing the concepts to the
readers
• Syntax along with the concepts have
been highlighted.
• Four indispensable appendices on
ASCII table, Operator Precedence
Table, Timings of basic C operations
& ANSI C functions.
• Pedagogy refreshed and increased.
It includes:
• Definitions: 58
• Short-answer question (with
answers)- 385
• Fill in the blanks: 126
• True or false: 128
• Multiple-choice questions:746
• Match the following: 50
• Total: 1433 Contents
CONTENTS
• Elements of C Language • C operators
and Expressions • Simple Input/Output
• Control Flow Constructions • Storage
Classes of Variables • Arrays •
Functions • Pointers • Strings •
Structures and Unions • Files and
Prepro cessors • Model Test Papers •
Crack the Tough Nuts • Additional
Programs • ASCII table • Precedence
and Assosciativity of Operators • Timing
of Basic C Operations in Our Host
Machine • ANCI C Library Functions
PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM
SOLVING USING C LANGUAGE
by ISRD Group
2008 / 348 pages
ISBN : 9780070667600
This book is designed for the course on
Programming and Problem Solving
Through C Language offered to
students taking the DOEACC’s ‘O’ level
certificate examination. The book will
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also be useful to the diploma students
who take a course on C Programming.
FEATURES
• Bottom up approach employed,
where overview of programming has
been covered followed by
fundamental and advanced
programming techniques.
• Comprehensive coverage of
advanced topics like C
Preprocessor, including discussions
on Macro Substitution, File
Inclusion, and Conditional
Compilation Directives.
• Written in a simple and lucid
language keeping in mind the
requirements of the target audience.
PEDAGOGY
• Multiple Choice Questions: 105
• True/False: 90
• Fill in the Blanks: 102
• Descriptive Questions: 103
• Previous Year Question Papers with
Solutions
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Computer-based Prob
lem Solving 1 2. Algorithms for Problem
Solving 7 3. Program Design and
Implementation Issues 17 4.
Programming Environment 25 5.
Overview of C Language 32 6. Data
Types, Variables, and Constants 43 7.
Operators, Type Modifiers and
Expressions 53 8. Basic Input/Output
68 9. Control Constructs 78 10. Arrays
104 11. Functions 123 12. Pointers 146
13. Structures 171 14. Unions 192 15.
Linked List 203 16. File Handling in ‘C’
219 17. ‘C’ Preprocessor
CIMPLE : C IS SIMPLE
by S. Rout, Lakshya Academy,
Bhubaneswar
2008 400 Pages
ISBN:9780070260986
CONTENTS
1. Memory Map 2. Data Types 3.
Variables and Constants 4. Operators
5. Control Structures 6. Pointers 7.
Arrays 8. Functions 9. Formatted Input
and Output 10. Storage Class 11.
Preprocessor 12. Structure 13. Union
14. File Handling in C 15. Command
Line Arguments 16. Dynamic Memory
Allocation 17. Overview of Pro*C 18.
Working with Assembly 19. Hardware
Programming 20. C-Coding
Standardization / Appendix A:
Keywords / Appendix B: Trigraph /
Appendix C: Data Types and Their
Corresponding Ranges / Appendix D:
Windows Bitmap File Reading /
Appendix E: Cecrets Questions / Index
International Edition
C FOR ENGINEERS AND
SCIENTISTS
by Harry H. Cheng, University of
California Davis
2009 / 900 Pages
ISBN : 9780077290467
C for Engineers and Scientists is
primarily for freshmen college students
in the first quarter or semester learning
computer programming language in C
with new features in C99, and
introduction to object-oriented
programming in C++, and graphical
plotting and numerical computing in C/
C++ interpreter Ch and MATLAB® for
applications in engineering and science.
It can also be used as a supplementary
textbook for upper division
undergraduate courses and graduate
courses which involve graphical plotting
and numerical computing such as linear
algebra, differential equations,
numerical analysis, etc.
C for Engineers and Scientists focuses
on systematic software design approach
in C for applications in Engineering and
Science following the latest standard
developed by the ANSI C/ISO C
Standard Committees called C99 which,
made C as a general purpose
programming language for scientific
computing and resolved many
deficiencies of C90 for applications in
Engineering.
CONTENTS
Part 1: Programming in C Chapter 1.
Getting Started Chapter 2. Scalar Types
Chapter 3. Operators and Expressions
Chapter 4. Statements and Control Flow
Chapter 5. Functions Chapter 6.
Preprocessing Directives Chapter 7.
Storage Classes and Pro gram
Structure Chapter 8. Formatted Input
and Output Chapter 9. Arrays Chapter
10. Pointers Chapter 11. Characters and
Strings Chapter 12. Structures,
Enumerations, Unions and Bit Fields
Chapter 13. File and Directory
Processing Chapter 14. Scientific
Computing in the Entire Real Domain
Chapter 15. Programming with Complex
Numbers Part 2: Introduction to C++
Chapter 16. Some Features in C++
Chapter 17. Classes and Object-Based
Programming in C++ Part 3:
Introduction to Ch Chapter 18. Getting
Started with Ch Chapter 19.
Computational Arrays and Matrix
Computations Chapter 20. Two and
Three-Dimensional Plotting Chapter 21.
Advanced Numerical Analysis Part 4:
Introduction to MATLAB® Chapter 22.
Introduction to MATLAB® Part 5:
Introduction to Fortran 90 Chapter 23.
Introduction to Fortran
C: THE COMPLETE REFERENCE
4th Edition
by Schildt, Herbert
2000 / 832 pages
ISBN : 9780070411838
(Osborne Reprint)
C
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International Edition
C PROGRAMMING:
A CONCISE Q&A APPROACH
2nd Edition
by H H Andrew Tan, Morrison Knudsen
Corporation, and T.B. D’Orazio, San
Francisco State University, Siu-Hang
Or, The Chinese University of Hong
Kong, and Marian Ming Yan Choy, The
University of Hong Kong
2010 / 448 Pages
ISBN : 9780071311168
This book was developed to address the
difficulty beginning students often find
reading computer language texts. Tan
and D’Orazio aim to make the process
of learning a first language easier and
fun, by involving readers in their text,
holding their interest, and getting them
to think about the meaning and uses of
C code. The authors accomplish this
goal by using a question and answer
style, where the reader’s thought
processes are stimulated by the same
questions about code that students
themselves often ask. Tan and D’Orazio
answer these questions clearly and
directly, focusing the reader’s attention
on the important issues of C
programming. The new co-authors, Or
and Choy have further enhanced on this
book by “condensing” the book by
focusing on the essential programming
content. The end product is a book
which arouses the student’s interest and
guides the student along as he / she
learns the necessary programming
concepts.
CONTENTS
1. Programming Fundamentals 2. The
Basics of C—Math Functions, and
Input/Output 3. Beginning Decision
Making and Looping 4. Functions 5.
Numeric Arrays 6. File Input/Output,
Strings and Pointers 7. Structures and
Large Program Design 8. Introduction
to C++
International Edition
APPLIED C AN INTRODUCTION
AND MORE
by Alice Fischer and Stephen M Ross,
both of the University of New Haven
2000 / 1136 Pages
ISBN : 9780071184595
CONTENTS
I Introduction. Chapter 1. Computers
and Systems. Chapter 2. Programs and
Programming. Chapter 3. Fundamental
Concepts. II Computation. Chapter 4.
Writing Sentences in C. Chapter 5.
Using Functions and Libraries. Chapter
6. More Repetition and Decisions. III
Basic Data Types. Chapter 7. Integers
and Integer Operations. Chapter 8. Real
Numbers and Computation. Chapter 9.
Program Design. Chapter 10. An
Introduction to Arrays. Chapter 11.
Character Data and Enumerations.
Chapter 12. An Introduction to Pointers.
IV Structured Data Types. Chapter 13.
Strings. Chapter 14. Structured Types.
Chapter 15. Streams and Files. Chapter
16. Simple Array Algorithms Chapter 17.
Two Dimensional Arrays. Chapter 18.
Calculating with Bits. V Advanced
Techniques. Chapter 19. Dynamic
Arrays. Chapter 20. Working With
Pointers. Chapter 21. Recursion.
Chapter 22. Making Programs General.
Chapter 23. Modular Organization. VI
Appendix. / Appendix A: The ASCII
Code. / Appendix B: The Precedence
of Operators in C. / Appendix C: The
Tools Library. / Appendix D: A Simple
Makefile For the Tools Library. /
Appendix E: Advanced Aspects of C
Operators. / Appendix F: Glossary and
Alphabet Soup.
International Edition
C PROGRAMMING FOR
ENGINEERING AND
COMPUTER SCIENCE
(B.E.S.T. Series)
by H H Tan, Morrison Knudsen
Corporation, and T. B. D’Orazio
1999 / 600 Pages
ISBN : 9780071167888
[with 3.5” Disk]
CONTENTS
1. Computers and Computing
Fundamentals. 2. Getting Started with
C. 3. The Basics of C. 4. Beginning
Decision Making and Looping. 5.
Functions. 6. Arrays and Index
Variables. 7. Character Arrays and
Strings. 8. Pointers, Addresses, and
Special Variable Types. 9. Introduction
to C++
C++
OBJECT OREINTED
PROGRAMMING WITH C++
5th Edition
By E Balagurusamy, Chairman, EBG
Foundation, Coimbatore
2011 / 588 Pages
ISBN : 9780071072830
The book in its fifth edition continues to
maintain its simplicity and lucid
presentation of C++ concepts using
Object Oriented explanations. This
edition intends to present refreshed and
revived content to its readers with the
inclusion and enhanced coverage of
topics along with addition of new solved
programs and projects.The website
accompanying this edition is exhaustive.
FEATURES
• New topical inclusions – Recursion,
preprocessor, Virtual Constructors
and Destructors, Exceptions in
Constructors and Destructors
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Exceptions in Operator Overloaded
Functions
• Extended coverage for Dynamic
Memory Management, Overloading,
Structure and Union, Storage
Classes, Abstract classes, Type
casting and RTTI
• Addition of two new projects –
Telephone Billing System (Major)
and Typing Tutor (Minor) to provide
hands-on approach
• Includes answers for Debugging
Exercises
• Provides an updated and refreshed
C++ Proficiency Test along with
answers based on technical
interview question pattern
• Revived and enriched pedagogy
includes
• 115 Programs
• 218 Review Questions
• 67 Debugging Exercises
• 90 Programming Exercises
CONTENTS
1. Principles of Object-Oriented
Programming 2. Beginning with C++ 3.
Tokens, Expressions and Control
Structures 4. Functions in C++ 5.
Classes and Objects 6. Constructors
and Destructors 7. Operator
Overloading and Type Conversions 8.
Inheritance: Extending Classes 9.
Pointers, Virtual Functions and
Polymorphism 10. Managing Console I/
O Operations 11. Working with Files 12.
Templates 13. Exception Handling 14.
Introduction to the Standard Template
Library 15. Manipulating Strings 16.
New Features of ANSI C++ Standard
17. Object-Oriented Systems
Development
PROGRAMMING WITH C++
3rd Edition
(Schaum’s Outline Series) (Special
Indian Edition)
by John R Hubbard., Professor,
Mathematics and Computer Science,
University of Richmond; Atul Kahate,
Head Technology Practice Oracle
Financial Services Ltd., (I-flex Solutions
Ltd.), Pune
2009 / 540 Pages
ISBN : 9780070144811
The book is intended to provide an
introduction to programming with C++.
In keeping with the basic approach of all
schaums series books, this book aims
to help the students develop their
problem solving skills. The plethora of
solved examples and practice questions
in the book enables the stiudents to get
a intutive grasp on the subject.
FEATURES
• Separate Chapters on Object
Oriented Programming, Strings and
File Handling.
• New topical coverage on Generic
classes and Programming,
Exception Handling, Dynamic
Memory Management,
Manipulators.
• Pedagogy
• 170 Solved examples
• 170 Review questions
• 336 Multiple-choice questions
• 206 Programming assignments
• 60 Coding errors exercises
CONTENTS
1. An Introduction to Object Technology
2. Key Object Orientation Concepts
and Elementary C++ Programming 3.
Fundamental Types 4. Decision Making
Statements 5. Looping Statements 6.
Functions 7. Arrays 8. Pointers and
References 9. C++ Strings 10. Classes
and Objects 11. Overloading Operators
12. Composition and Inheritance 13.
Templates, Iterators and Generics 14.
C++ File Handling
MASTERING C++
by K. R. Venugopal; Bangalore
University
1997 / 816 pages
ISBN : 9780074463547
Comprehensively written, this book
covers rigorously the OOPS‘ and OOAD
concepts and emphasises real-life
applications using C++.
FEATURES
• Clearly explains the language
constructs using syntax,
illustrations, code segments and
simple examples
• Important concepts of OOP such as
encapsulation, data abstraction,
inheritance, delegation,
polymorphism and streams
illustrated through well-designed
programming examples
• Exhaustively covers the topics
templates and exception handling
• Explains the OOP concepts and
their implementation in C ++ in
relevant chapters
• Caters to the needs of a wide range
of audience — C and non-C
programmers
• Includes over 400 programming
examples and 350 review questions
• An invaluable reference for
computer science and engineering,
B.Sc. computer science, MSc
computer science, MCA and
PGDCA students and computer
professionals.
CONTENTS
1. Object Oriented Paradigm 2. Moving
from C to C++ 3. C++ at a glance 4.
Data types, Operators and Expressions
5. Control flow 6. Arrays and Strings 7.
Modular Programming with Functions 8.
Structures and Unions 9. Pointers and
Runtime Binding 10. Classes and
Objects 11. Object Initialization and
Cleanup 12. Dynamic Objects 13.
Operator Overloading 14. Inheritance
15. Virtual Functions 16. Generic
Programming with templates 17.
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Stream Computation with Console 18.
Exception Handling 19. OO Analysis,
Design and Development 20.
Appendices
PROBLEMS AND
SOLUTIONS IN C++
(Sigma Series)
by K. R. Venugopal; Professor &
Chairman ,Department of CSE
University Visvesvaraya College of
Engineering Bangalore University,
Bangalore; N. Chandrakant, Software
Engineer, AGILE Software Enterprise
Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore
2007 / 272 pages
ISBN : 9780070648210
This book presents solutions to more
than seven hundred fifty problems on
various features of the C++ language. It
challenges the students to test their
skills and knowledge of the C++
language.
FEATURES
• 755 solved problems to test C++
skills.
• Explanations accompany the
solutions to the problems.
• Helps the student build the concepts
of classes, structures, function
overloading, inheritance and
dynamic memory allocation through
problems and solutions.
• Quick reference of C++ concepts in
a separate chapter.
CONTENTS
1. Data Types, and Operators 2. Control
Flow 3. Arrays and Strings 4. Modular
Programming with Functions 5.
Structures and Unions 6. Pointers and
Runtime Binding 7. Classes and Objects
8. Dynamic Objects and Initialization 9.
Operator and Function Overloading 10.
Inheritance 11. Dynamic Memory
Allocation 12. Generic Program with
Templates 13. Streams Computation
with Console and Files 14. Preprocessor
15. General Problems 16. Frequently
Asked Questions 17. Quick Reference
C++: THE COMPLETE REFERENCE
4th Edition
by Herbert Schildt
2003 / 1068 pages
ISBN : 9780070532465
(Osborne Reprint)
CONTENTS
Part I: The Foundation of C++: The C
Subset 1. An overview of C 2.
Expressions 3. Statements 4. Arrays
and Null-Terminated Strings 5. Pointers
6. Functions 7. Structures, Unions,
Enumerators and User-Defined Types
8. C-Style Console I/O 9. File I/O 10.
The Preprocessor and Comments Part
II: C++ 11. An Overview of C++ 12.
Classes and Objects 13. Arrays,
Pointers, References and the Dynamic
Allocation Operators 14. Function
Overloading, Copy Constructors, and
Default Arguments 15. Operator
Overloading 16. Inheritance 17.Virtual
Functions and Polymorphism 18.
Templates 19. Exception Handling 20.
The C++ I/O System Basics 21.C++ File
I/O 22. Run-Time Type ID and the
Casting Operators 23. Namespaces,
Conversion Functions, and other
Advanced topics 24. Introducing the
Standard Template Library Part III: The
Standard Function Library 25. The CBased
I/O functions 26. The String and
Character Functions 27. The
Mathematical Functions 28. Time, Date
and Localization Functions 29. The
Dynamic Allocation Functions 30. Utility
Functions 31. The Wide-Character
Functions Part IV: The Standard C++
Class Library 32. The Standard C++ I/
O Classes 33. The STL Container
Classes 34. The STL Algorithms 35.
STL Iterators, Allocators and Function
Objects 36. The String Class 37. The
Numeric Classes 38. Exception
Handling and Miscellaneous Classes
Part V: Applying C++ 39. Integrating
New Classes: A Custom String Class
40. Parsing Expressions Appendixes:
Appendix A: The .NET Managed
Extensions to C++ Appendix B: C++ and
the Robotics Age Index
TEACH YOURSELF C++
by Herbert Schildt
1998 / 747 pages
ISBN : 9780074638705
(Osborne Reprint)
U.S. Edition
C++ : A BEGINNER’S GUIDE
2nd Edition
by Herbert Schildt
2004 / 576 Pages
ISBN : 9780072232158
(Osborne Title)
CONTENTS
Ch 1: C++ Fundamentals. Ch 2: Intro
ducing Data Types and Operators. Ch
3: Program Control Statements. Ch 4:
Ar rays, Strings, and Pointers. Ch 5:
Introducing Functions. Ch 6: A Closer
Look at Functions. Ch 7: More Data
Types and Operators. Ch 8: Classes and
Objects. Ch 9: A Closer Look at Classes.
Ch 10: Inheritance, Virtual Functions,
and Polymorphism. Ch 11: The C++ I/O
System. Ch 12: Exceptions, Templates,
and Other Advanced Topics. Appendix
A: The C++ Preprocessor. Appendix B:
The .NET Extended Keywords. Appendix
C: Working with an Older C++ Compiler
International Edition
C++ PROGRAMMING FOR
ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS
by Tim B. D’Orazio, San Francisco
State University
2004 / 976 Pages
ISBN : 9780071194532
D’Orazio’s C++ Programming for
Engineers and Scientists provides an
accessible introduction to programming
in C++. It teaches the C++ language
and object-oriented design to students
with no previous programming
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experience. The focus is on developing
programs for solving a variety of
engineering and science problems.
Each chapter of the book is divided into
two parts - Lessons and Application
Examples. The Lessons teach C++
language elements and simple
programming techniques, and the
Application Programs teach engineering
program design. A step-by-step
methodology for program development
is presented early in the text and
reinforced throughout with the help of
the application examples and over thirty
engineering case studies.
FEATURES
• More than 30 engineering case
studies. These application examples
illustrate how to solve problems
from the fields of electrical
engineering, civil engineering,
mechanical engineering, and
engineering economics.
• Multi-level approach to get students
involved in reading and
understanding source code. Each
lesson uses a number of techniques
(code annotations, questions, topic
lists, and exercises) to get students
engaged in the code.
• Early introduction to debugging. At
the end of Chapter 2, students are
presented with a methodology for
finding bugs and developing their
first programs.
• Detailed description of tracing and
debugging loops. A method for
developing and checking the
reliability of both simple and
complex loops is included in several
chapters.
• Numerous figures. Figures are
generously used to illustrate many
of the difficult C++ concepts.
• Step-by-step methodology for
program development. Each of the
application examples illustrates a
structured approach to developing
programs.
• Simple, straightforward introduction
to the C++ standard template library.
The purpose of this coverage is to
give students the ability to use the
standard template library as soon as
possible. The terminology is not
intimidating so students can quickly
use the basic parts of the library.
• Numerical method examples. The
application examples include
illustrations of some fundamental
numerical methods and how to code
them.
• Modification exercises. These
exercises are good for courses with
a two-or three-hour lab. Students
can prepare for the lab by reading a
particular Application Example. If
they have done this, many of these
exercises can be done in a two- or
three-hour timeframe.
• Early introduction to classes and
objects. Classes and objects are
introduced in Chapter 3. However,
the text structure allows instructors
to postpone the coverage until after
Chapter 8 if so desired.
• Introduction to UML. Students are
presented with a description of the
basics of the UML and are shown
how to convert some UML diagrams
into C++ code.
CONTENTS
1. Computers and Computing
Fundamentals. 2. Getting Started -
Program Structure, Printing, and
Comments. 3. The Basics of C++ -
Variables, Arithmetic Operations, Math
Functions, Input/Output, Characters,
Objects, and Classes. 4. Decision
Making. 5. Loops. 6. Functions. 7. One-
Dimensional Numeric Arrays. 8. Multi-
Dimensional Numeric Arrays, Arrays as
Data Members, Arrays of Objects. 9.
Strings. 10. The C++ Sring Class. 11.
More About Classes, Objects, and
Object-Oriented Design. 12. Inheritance,
Virtual Functions, and Polymorphism.
13. Data Structures, Recursion, and
Other Topics. 14. Templates and the C++
Standard Template Library
PROGRAMMING IN C++
(Special Indian Edition)
by James P. Cohoon, University of
Virginia; Jack W. Davidson, University
of Virginia
2006 / 976 Pages
ISBN : 9780070634619
Programming in C++ covers the fun
damentals of programming and soft
ware development using C++. It adopts
an objects early approach to teaching
C++ and integrates the use of a
graphical API, called EzWindows.
FEATURES
• Comprehensive chapter on
debugging and testing.
• Classes are introduced early with a
gentle introduction to object-oriented
design in Chapter 1.
• A graphical Application Programmer
Interface (API) is used so that
beginning programmers can
develop interesting programs.
• 600 review questions help the
students revise and practice
concepts learnt.
CONTENTS
1. Computing and the Object-oriented
Design Methodology. 2. The
Fundamentals. 3. Modifying Objects. 4.
Control Constructs. 5. Function Basics.
6. Programmer-defined Functions. 7.
The Class Construct and Objectoriented
Design. 8. Implementing
Abstract Data Types. 9. Lists. 10. The
EzWindows API : A Detailed
Examination. 11. Pointers and Dynamic
Memory. 12. Testing and Debugging. 13.
Inheritance. 14. Templates and
Polymorphism. 15. Software Project –
Bug Hunt! Index.
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INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT
ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND
C++
(For DOEACC ‘A’ Level)
by ISRD Group, Lucknow
2006 / 550Pages
ISBN : 9780070616837
This book is designed for the course on
Object Oriented Programming and
C++ offered to students taking the
DOEACC’s ‘A’ level certificate
examination. The book will also be
useful to the Diploma students of
Computer Science who take a paper on
C++.
FEATURES
• Comprehensive coverage of Object
Oriented Programming.
• Programming Methodology
discussed thoroughly.
• Detailed discussion on Virtual
Functions and Templates.
• The last 5 Question papers of
DOEACC ‘A’ level examinations
included at the end of the book as
an appendix.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Object Oriented
Programming 2. Getting Started with
C++ 3. Data Types, Operators &
Expressions in C++ 4. Flow Control in
C++ 5. Console Input/Output
Operations 6. Programming
Methodology 7. Array: A Structured Data
Type 8. Functions and Header Files 9.
Structures and Unions 10. Classes and
Objects 11. Constructors and
Destructors 12. Overloading Functions
and Operators 13. Derived Classes and
Inheritance 14. Pointers in C++ 15.
Virtual Functions and Polymorphism 16.
File Organization and Streams 17.
Exception Handling 18. Class Libraries
and Data Structures in C++ 19.
Templates
International Edition
A C++ PRIMER FOR ENGINEERS AN
OBJECT-ORIENTED APPROACH
by Kumaraswamy Ponnambalam,
University of Waterloo; and Tivley
Algvindigve, Chief Software Engineer
for Engsoft
1997 / 293 Pages
ISBN : 9780071158077
[with 3.5”disk]
CONTENTS
1 Problem Solving Using Computers/2
C++ Programming Basics/3 Selections
and Repetitions/4 Functions to Aid
Modularity/5 Arrays for Grouping Data
of Same Type/6 Structures to Group
Data/7 Encapsulation of Data and
Functions in Classes/8 Inheritance to
Aid Reusability/9 Pointers to Aid
Efficient Implementation/10
Miscellaneous Topics/11 Java for C++
Programmers
60 TIPS ON OBJECT ORIENTED
PROGRAMMING
by S. G. Ganesh, Siemens
2007
ISBN : 9780070656703
International Edition
LEARNING C++
by Neill Graham
1991 / 304 pages
ISBN : 9780071008495
CONTENTS
1 Elements of C++. 2 Classes and
Objects. 3 Arrays, Pointers, and
References. 4 Operators and Friends.
5 Inheritance: Derived Classes. 6
Polymorphism: Virtual Functions. 7
Case Study: Event-Driven Simulation.
8 More about C++. Appendixes
BASIC ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS
OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
5th Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
by Giorgio Rizzoni, The Ohio State
University
2010 / 694 Pages
ISBN : 9780071072496
Principles and Applications of Electrical
Engineering encompasses a
combination of analytical and
computational tools to present the
subject to those taking a course of
Basic Electrical Engineering. This book
is designed to impart interactive and
creative understanding. The content has
been categorized under Circuits,
Electronics and Electromechanics to
facilitate modular teaching and learning.
FEATURES
• Extensive use of practical and
interesting applications from all
areas of engineering to illustrate
principles
• Principles of electrical engineering
presented with a combination of
analytical and computational tools
• Pedagogy:
• Exercises: 731
• Solved Examples: 163
• Check your understanding
problems: 141
• Illustrations: 934
Contents
1. Introduction to Electrical Engineering
PART I CIRCUITS 2. Fundamentals of
Electric Circuits 3. Resistive Network
Analysis 4. AC Network Analysis 5.
Transient Analysis 6. Frequency
Response and System Concepts 7. AC
Power PART II ELECTRONICS 8.
Electronic Instrumentation and
Measurements PART III
ELECTROMECHANICS 9. Principles of
Electromechanics 10. Introduction to
Electric Machines 11. Special-Purpose
C++ • BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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Electric Machines / Appendices
Appendix A – Linear Algebra and
Complex Numbers / Appendix B – The
Laplace Transform / Appendix C –
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)
Examination / Appendix D – Answers to
Selected Problems
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
3rd Edition
by D. P. Kothari, Vice Chancellor,
VIT University; I. J. Nagrath,
Birla Institute of Technology and
Science, Pilani
2009 / 682 pages
ISBN : 9780070146112
Basic Electrical Engineering, a hallmark
text by the renowned authors in the field
has already proved its potential. The
book has been revised extensively to
bring in several new topics to cover the
complete undergraduate syllabus on
Basic Electrical Engineering while taking
an account of the content as per current
technological development.
FEATURES
• New chapters on ‘Domestic Wiring’
and ‘Power System’.
• Rich pool of pedagogy of 785 solved
problems and students’ practice
problems needed by practicing
engineers.
• Exhaustive OLC
CONTENTS
1. Elementary concepts and definitions
2. Fundamentals of Resistive Circuits 3.
Fundamentals of Reactive Circuits 4.
Steady State Analysis for Sinusoidal
Excitation 5. Frequency Response 6.
Three-Phase Circuits 7. Magnetic
Circuits 8. Transformers 9. EMF and
Torque in Electric Machines 10. DC
Machines 11.Synchronous Machine 12.
Induction Motor 13. Fractional-kW
Motors 14. Measurement Techniques
and Electric and Electronic
Instrumentation 15. Power Systems 16.
Domestic Wiring
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
5th Edtion
by A E Fitzgerald, Deceased; David
Higginbotham, Deceased; Arvin
Grabel, Northeastern University
2009 / 956 Pages
ISBN: 9780070682566
Meant for the course on Basic Electrical
Engineering, this classic text provides a
comprehensive exposure to the subject.
Enriched with rich pedagogy, this book
is a useful tool for both students and
teachers alike.
FEATURES
• Excellent coverage on electrical
circuits
• A plethora of examples are included
to explain each concept as it is
introduced
• Includes chapters on
Semiconductor Devices, Signal
Processing and Electromechanical
Energy Conversion
CONTENTS
1. The Physical Foundations of Electric
Circuits 2. Circuit Analysis-Resistive
Networks 3. Sinusoidal Steady –state
Circuits Analysis 4. The Response of
Simple Networks 5. The Laplace
Transform 6. Frequency Response and
Representation of Systems 7. The
Physical Foundations of
Semiconductor Devices 8. Elementary
Amplifier Stages 9. Multistage
Amplifiers 10. Analog Signal
Processing 11. Processing Discrete
Signals 12. Digital Commputation 13.
Magnetic Circuits, Transformers, and
Three-phase Circuits 14.
Electromechanical Energy Conversion
15. Direct-current Machines 16.
Alternating-current Machines 17.
Control Systems and Solid-state Power
Processing
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
by Abhijit Chakrabarti, Bengal
Engineering and Science University,
West Bengal; Sudipta Nath, Netaji
Subhash Engineering College, West
Bengal; Chandan Kumar Chanda,
Bengal Engineering and Science
University, West Bengal
2008 / 1052 pages
ISBN : 9780070669307
This book on Basic Electrical
Engineering, meant for the
undergraduate students of all
disciplines, encompasses every detail
about the required topics in a lucid and
very student friendly manner. Wide
variety of problems with the right
theoretical depth makes this book a
perfect offering on the subject.
FEATURES
• Exhaustive coverage of Power
Transmission, Transformers and DC
Machines
• Step-by-step problem solving
methodology
• Quality illustrations to aid
understanding of the subject in
easier way
• Rich Pedagogy
• 774 Solved examples
• 359 Review questions
CONTENTS
1. Fundamentals 2. Electrostatics
3. Electro-magnetism and Magnetic
Circuts 4. DC Network Analysis 5.
Steady State Analysis of AC Circuit 6.
Network Analysis 7. Three -Phase
Circuits 8. Transformers 9. DC
Machines 10. Three -Phase Induction
Motors 11. Synchronous Machines 12.
Single- Phase Induction Motors 13.
Electrical Measuring Instruments 14.
Review Problems 15. Multiple Choice
Questions
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Revised First Edition
by D C Kulshreshtha, Professor of
Electronics and Communication
Engineering, Jaypee University of
Information Technology, Solan,
Himachal Pradesh
2011 / 904 Pages
ISBN : 9780071328968
Kulshreshtha’s Basic Electrical
Engineering provides and solid
overview of electrical engineering
principles geared for both electrical as
well as non-electrical engineering
students. With the liberal use of
practical illustrations and numerous
exercises, it offers an unparalleled
exposure to Electricity Fundamentals,
Network Theory, Electromagnetism,
Electric Machines, Transformers, and
Measuring Instruments.
FEATURES
• Covers entire spectrum of Basic
Electrical Engineering from the
fundamentals to measuring
instruments in a single volume.
• 16 Lab experiments included.
• Step-by-step and tutorial approach
for solved examples.
• Pedagogy:
• Solved examples: 540
• Review exercises: 530
• Objective type questions: 425
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Ohm’s Law 3. Network
Analysis 4. Network Theorems 5.
Electromagnetism 6. Magnetic Circuits
7. Self and Mutual Inductances 8. DC
Transients 9. Alternating Voltage and
Current 10. AC Circuits 11. Resonance
in AC Circuits 12. Three Phase Circuits
and Systems 13. Transformers 14.
Alternators and Synchronous Motors 15.
Induction Motors 16. DC Machines 17.
Fractional Horsepower Motors 18.
Electrical Measuring Instruments 19.
Electrical Installation and Illumination
BASIC ELECTRICAL AND
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
by R. Muthusubramanian, SRM
Engineering College, SRM University,
Kancheepuram; S. Salivahanan,
Principal, SSN Engineering College,
Chennai; K. A. Muraleedharan,
Tandem Institute of Computer
Technology, Thiruananthpuram
2009 / 564 Pages
ISBN : 9780070146129
This book is written with the objective of
providing a single text covering the
syllabus on Basic Electrical and
Electronics Engineering offered to the
first year engineering students. Lucid
writing style, rich pedagogy and
exhaustive web supplement will prove to
be useful to students as well as
practioners.
FEATURES
• Includes material on Constatn
Voltage Transformer, Isolation
Transformer, Manufacturing Process
of Monolithic ICs, Display Devices,
Power Stability Equipment etc.
• Chapter on Communication
Systems covering Pulse Digital
Modulation, Microwave
Communication, Radar System,
ISDN, etc.
• Numerous solved examples and
review questions to test learning and
reinforce important concepts.
CONTENTS
1. Fundamentals of Electricity and DC
Circuits 2. Magnetic Circuits 3.
Electromagnetic Induction 4. AC
Fundamentals 5. Single Phase AC
Circuits 6. Electrical Machines 7.
Measuring Instruments 8. House Wiring
9. Transmission and Distribution of
Electrical Power 10. Passive Circuits
Components 11. Transducers 12.
Semiconductor Devices 13. Integrated
Circuits 14. Communication Systems
BASIC ELECTRICAL &
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
by Ravish R. Singh, Vice-Principal &
Head, Electronics and Telecomm Dept.,
Thakur College of Engineering &
Technology, Mumbai
2009 / 440 Pages
ISBN : 9780070146136
Basic Electrical & Electronics
Engineering is meant for the students of
all engineering disciplines who are to
take up the course in their first year. The
book will be useful to students pursuing
diploma courses in EEE and ECE. Lucid
writing style and rich pedagogy are the
USP of this book.
FEATURES
• Lucid writing style supported by
step-by-step solutions to all
problems!
• Questions from University Question
papers interspersed within the text
throughout!
• Rich pedagogy:
• Solved Problems: 289
• Practice Problems: 244
• Objective-type questions: 145
CONTENTS
1. Basic Circuit Concepts 2. DC
Circuits 3. AC Circuits 4. Three-Phase
Circuits 5. Single-Phase Transformer
6.Electrical Machines 7.
Semiconductor Devices and Rectifiers
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
3rd Edition
(Schaum’s Outline Series)
(Special Indian Edition)
by J. J. Cathey, Professor of Electrical
Engineering, University of Kentucky,
Lexington; S. A. Nasar, Professor of
Electrical Engineering, University of
Kentucky Adapted by: Prabhat Kumar,
Chairman, Department of Electronics
Engineering, Aligarh Muslim University,
Aligarh
2010 / 364 Pages
ISBN : 9780070681804
This Schaum’s Outline Series book on
Basic Electrical Engineering gives a
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complete overview of the subject.
Emphasis is placed on the basic laws,
theorems and problem-solving
approach. The revision has further
elaborated and enhanced the worth of
the book by including more solved
example and OTQs which has made
more examination oriented.
FEATURES
• Complete topical coverage of first
year paper on ‘Basic Electrical
Engineering’
• Elaborated topics like; Power
Transfer Theorem, Measurement of
Three Phase Power and Basic
Measurement Instrumentation as
per Indian examination pattern.
• Addition of Solved Problems from
university question papers
• Addition of 50 Solved Problems and
60 Objective Type Questions
• Rich pool of pedagogy of more than
700 solved problems and students’
practice problems given in the book.
CONTENTS
1. Circuit Elements and Laws 2.
Analysis of Resistive Circuits 3. AC
Circuits under Steady State 4. Transient
Circuit Analysis 5. Special Forcing
Functions and Laplace Transforms 6.
State-Variable Circuit Analysis 7. Diodes
8. Bipolar Junction Transistors 9. Field-
Effect Transistors 10. Operational
Amplifiers 11. Switching Logic Circuits
12. Digital Logic Applications 13.
Transformers 14. Electromechanics and
Electric Machines 15. Concepts of
Control Transfer Function 16. Block
Diagrams and Signal Flow Graphs 17.
Control Criteria and Response 18. Basic
Measuring Instruments
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
2nd Edition
by V N Mittle, Formerly Dean,
Administration & Prof, Dept. of Electrical
Engineering, Maulana Azad National
Institute of Technology, Bhopal; Arvind
Mittal, Asst. Professor, Dept. of
Electrical Engineering, Maulana Azad
National Institute of Technology, Bhopal
2005 / 828 Pages
ISBN : 9780070593572
FEATURES
• Transformers Discussed In Detail.
• Thoroughly Revised Chapters On
Single And Three-Phases Induction
Motors.
• New Chapter On:
• Three-Phase Alternator
• Electromechanical Energy
Conversion
• Testing Of DC Machines
• Pedagogy Includes:
• 877 Review Questions
• 344 Exercises Problems
• 220 Solved Problems
CONTENTS
PART-I FUNDAMENTALS OF
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1. DC
Circuit 2. Electrostatics 3.
Electromagnetism 4. Magnetic Circuit 5.
Electromagnetic Induction 6.
Fundamentals of Alternating Current 7.
AC Series Circuit 8. AC Parallel Circuit
9. Three Phase Systems 10. Measuring
Instruments 11. Fundamentals of
Electrical Installation PART-II
TRANSFORMERS Chapter 12 Basic
Material Used In Electrical Machines
Chapter 13 Temperature Rise And
Ventilation In Electrical Machines
Chapter 14 Single Phase Transformers
Chapter 15 Three Phase Transformers
PART-III DC MACHINES Chapter 16
Electromechanical Energy Conversion
Chapter 17 Fundamentals of DC
Machines 18. DC Generators 19. DC
Motors 20. Testing of DC Machine
PART-IV 21. Three-Phase Alternators
22. Synchronous Motors 23. Three
Phase Induction Motors 24. Single
Phase Induction Motors
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
VOLUME 1
by P. S. Dhogal, Directorate of Training
and Technical Education
2001 / 270 Pages
ISBN : 9780074515860
CONTENTS
1. Introduction. 2. Wires, Cables and
General Electrical Accessories. 3.
Nature of Electricity and its
Fundamental Laws. 4. Work, Power and
Energy. 5. Chemical and Heating
Effects of Electric Current. 6.
Magnetism, Electromagnetism and
Electromagnetic Induction. 7. DC
Generators. 8. DC Motors. 9. Cells and
Batteries. 10. Wiring System. 11.
Single-Phase AC Circuits. 12. Poly-
Phase System.
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
VOLUME 2
by P. S. Dhogal, Directorate of Training
and Technical Education
2001 / 218 Pages
ISBN : 9780074515877
CONTENTS
1. Alternator. 2. Transformer. 3. Three-
Phase Induction Motors. 4. Synchronous
Motors. 5. Single-Phase Motors. 6.
Armature Winding. 7. Electrical
Measuring Instruments. 8. Illumination.
9. Automobile Electrical System. 10.
Fundamentals of Electronics. 11.
Conversion of AC to DC. 12.
Generation, Transmission and
distribution of Electricity.
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International Edition
FUNDAMENTALS OF
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
by Giorgio Rizzoni, Ohio State
University
2008 / 736 Pages
ISBN : 9780071299506
Rizzoni's Fundamentals of Electrical
Engineering provides a solid overview of
the electrical engineering discipline that
is especially geared toward the many
non-electrical engineering students who
take this course. The book was
developed to fit the growing trend of the
Intro to EE course morphing into a
briefer, less comprehensive course. The
hallmark feature of this text is its liberal
use of practical applications to illustrate
important principles. The applications
come from every field of engineering
and feature exciting technologies. The
appeal to non-engineering students are
the special features such as Focus on
Measurement sections, Focus on
Methodology sections, and Make the
Connections sidebars.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Electrical Engineering
2. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
3. Resistive Network Analysis 4. AC
Network Analysis 5. Transient Analysis
6. Frequency Response and System
Concepts 7. AC Power 8. Operational
Amplifiers 9. Semiconductors and
Diodes 10. Bipolar Junction Transistors:
Operation, Circuit Models, and
Application 11. Field-Effect Transistors:
Operation, Circuit Models, and
Application 12. Digital Logic Circuits 13.
Principles of Electro-mechanics 14.
Introduction to Electric Machines /
Appendix A Linear Algebra and Complex
Numbers / Appendix B The Laplace
Transform /Appendix C Fundamentals
of Engineering (FE) Examination /
Appendix D Answers to Selected
Problems
International Edition
PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS
OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
5th Edition
by Giorgio Rizzoni, Ohio State
University
2007 / 1056 Pages
ISBN : 9780071254441
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Part I – Circuits 2. Fundamentals of
Electric Circuits 3. Resistive Network
Analysis 4. AC Network Analysis 5.
Transient Analysis 6. Frequency
Response and System Concepts 7. AC
Power Part II – Electronics 8.
Operational Amplifiers 9.
Semiconductors and Diodes 10. Bipolar
Junction Transistors: Operation, Circuit
Models, and Applications 11. Field-
Effect Transistors: Operation, Circuit
Models, and Applications 12. Power
Electronics 13. Digital Logic Circuits 14.
Digital Systems Part III–
Instrumentation and Comm-unication
Systems 15. Electronic Instrumentation
and Measurements 16. Analog
Communication Systems 17. Digital
Communications Part IV –
Electromechanics 18. Principles of
Electromechanics 19. Introduction to
Electric Machines 20. Special-Purpose
Electric Machines / Appendices
Appendix A – Linear Algebra and
Complex Numbers / Appendix B – The
Laplace Transform / Appendix C –
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)
Examination / Appendix D – Answers to
Selected
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
by Late M.S. Naidu, Indian Institute of
Science, Bangalore
2004 / 762 Pages
ISBN : 9780074622926
CONTENTS
1. Fundamental Concepts of Electricity
2. Electrostatic Fields 3. Batteries 4.
Electric Circuits with a DC Charge 5.
Magnetic Circuits 6. Magnetic Forces 7.
Introduction to Alternating Current and
EMF 8. Resistance, Inductance, and
Capacitance in a Single Phase AC
Circuits 9. AC Series and Parallel
Circuits containing more than one
element 10. Polyphase AC Circuits 11.
DC Generators 12. DC Motors 13.
Single Phase Transformer 14. Induction
Motors 15. Synchronous Machines 16.
Semiconductor Materials and Devices
17. Electrical and Electronic Measuring
Instruments
ENGINEERING
ECONOMICS
ENGINEERING ECONOMICS
4th Edition
by James Riggs, deceased; David
Bedworth, Arizona State University; and
Sabah Randhawa, Oregon State
University
2004 / 736 Pages
ISBN : 9780070586703
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Engineering
Economics. 2. Time Value of Money. 3.
Present Worth Comparisons. 4.
Equivalent Annual Worth Contributions.
5. Rate of Return Calculations. 6.
Structural Analysis of Alternatives. 7.
Replacement Analysis. 8. Public
Projects. 9 Depreciation and Income Tax.
10. Effects of Inflation. 11. Sensitivity
Analysis. 12. Breakeven Analysis. 13.
Risk Analysis. 14. Multistage Sequential
Analysis. 15. Multiatribute Decision
Making. Appendixes
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International Edition
ENGINEERING ECONOMY
6th Edition
by Leland T Blank, Texas A&M
University, and Anthony Tarquin,
University of Texas–El Paso
2006 / 741 Pages
ISBN : 9780071274500
Engineering Economy, 6th edition ,
provides undergraduate students and
practicing professionals with a solid
preparation in the financial
understanding of engineering problems
and projects, as well as the techniques
needed for evaluating and making
sound economic decisions. Information
on cost estimation, depreciation, and
taxes has been updated to conform to
new tax laws and a majority of the endof-
chapter problems are revised or new
to this edition. Distinguishing
pedagogical characteristics of this
market-leading text include its easy-toread
writing style, chapter objectives,
worked examples, integrated
spreadsheets, case studies,
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)
exam questions, and numerous end-ofchapter
problems. Graphical crossreferencing
is indicated so users are
able to locate additional material on any
one subject in the text. Quick-solve (QSolv)
and Excel-solve (E-Solve) icons
found in the text indicate the difficulty of
a problem, example, or spreadsheet.
While the chapters are progressive,
over three-quarters can stand alone,
allowing instructors flexibility for meeting
course needs. A complete Online
Learning Center (OLC) offers
supplemental practice problems,
spreadsheet exercises, review
questions for the Fundamentals of
Engineering (FE) exam, and more!
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Approximately 80% of the end-ofchapter
problems are either new or
revised for the 6th edition.
• Extensive use of pedagogy is used
throughout the book, including,
easy-to-read writing style, chapter
objectives, worked examples,
integrated spreadsheets, case
studies, FE exam problems and
quizzes, end-of-chapter problems,
cross-referencing, and icons.
FEATURES
• The text integrates spreadsheets in
the book and on the Online Learning
Center (Web site for the text).
• Case Studies and/or Extended
Exercises can be found in every
chapter of the text.
CONTENTS
Level 1 This is How It All Starts.
Chapter 1: Foundations of Engineering
Economy. Chapter 2: Factors: How Time
and Interest Affect Money. Chapter 3:
Combining Factors. Chapter 4: Nominal
and Effective Interest Rates. Level 2
Tools for Evaluating Alternatives.
Chapter 5: Present Worth Analysis.
Chapter 6: Annual Worth Analysis.
Chapter 7: Rate of Return Analysis:
Single Alternative. Chapter 8: Rate of
Return Analysis: Multiple Alternatives.
Chapter 9: Benefit/Cost Analysis and
Public Sector Economics. Chapter 10:
Making Choices: the Method, MARR,
and Multiple Attributes. Level 3 Making
Decisions on Real-World Projects.
Chapter 11: Replacement and
Retentions Decisions. Chapter 12:
Selection from Independent Projects
Under Budget Limitation. Chapter 13:
Breakeven Analysis. Level 4 Rounding
Out the Study. Chapter 14: Effects of
Inflation. Chapter 15: Cost Estimation
and Indirect Cost Allocation. Chapter 16:
Depreciation Methods. Chapter 17: After-
Tax Economic Analysis. Chapter 18:
Formalized Sensitivity Analysis and
Expected Value Decisions. Chapter 19:
More on Variation and Decision Making
Under Risk. Appendix A: Using
Spreadsheets and Microsoft Excel.
Appendix B: Basics of Accounting
Reports and Business Ratios. Appendix
C: Comparing Economic Alternatives
(from Gottfried’s, Spreadsheet Tools for
Engineers Using Excel). Bibliography.
Compund Interest Factor Tables. Index
International Edition
BASICS OF ENGINEERING
ECONOMY
by Leland T. Blank, American
University of Sharjah, UAE, and
Anthony J. Tarquin
2008 / 432 pages
ISBN : 9780071287623
This text covers the basic techniques
and applications of engineering
economy for all disciplines in the
engineering profession. The writing style
emphasizes brief, crisp coverage of the
principle or technique discussed in order
to reduce the time taken to present and
grasp the essentials. The objective of
the text is to explain and demonstrate
the principles and techniques of
engineering economic analysis as
applied in different fields of engineering.
This brief text includes coverage of
multiple attribute evaluation for
instructors who want to include noneconomic
dimensions in alternative
evaluation and the discussion of risk
considerations in the appendix,
compared to Blanks comprehensive
text, where these topics are discussed
in two unique chapters.
FEATURES
• Text integrates spreadsheets in the
book.
• End-of-chapter problems.
• Information on cost estimation,
depreciation and taxes has been
included.
• Extended Exercises can be found in
every chapter of the text.
CONTENT
Chapter 1: Foundations of Engineering
Economy Chapter 2: Factors: How Time
and Interest Effect Money Chapter 3:
Nominal and Effective Interest Rates
Chapter 4: Present Worth Analysis
Chapter 5: Annual Worth Analysis
Chapter 6: Rate of Return Analysis
Chapter 7: Benefit/Cost Analysis and
Public Sector Projects Chapter 8:
Breakeven, Sensitivity and Payback
Analysis Chapter 9: Replacement and
Retention Decisions Chapter 10: Effects
of Inflation Chapter 11: Estimating Costs
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Chapter 12: Depreciation Methods
Chapter 13: After-Tax Economic Analysis
QUALITY CONTROL /
RELIABILITY ENGINEERING
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
by Subburaj Ramaswamy; Centre for
Reliability Thiruvanmiyur
2008 / 576 Pages
ISBN : 9780070223974
CONTENTS
Section I - TQM Perspective : 1. TQM
Evolution 2. Quality Costs 3. Leadership
4. TQM Implementation Section II : TQM
Principles and Strategies 5. Customer
Satisfaction 6. Employee Involvement 7.
Process Approach 8. Continuous
Process Improvement 9. Supplier
Partnership 10. Performance Measures
Section III - Statistical Process Control
11. The Seven Quality Control Tools and
Introduction to Statistics 12. Control
Charts for Improving Process Capability
13. Six Sigma 14. Seven New
Management Tools Section IV - TQM
Tools 15. Business Process Benchmarking
(BPB) 16. Quality Function
Deployment (QFD) 17. Taguchi’s Robust
Design 18. Total Productive Maintenance
19. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
(FMEA) Section V - Quality Systems
20. Quality System — ISO 9000
Standard 21. Environmental
Management System (EMS) - 14001 22.
Quality Awards, Review Questions,
References, Index.
Vijay Nicole Imprints Title
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
by N. Srinivasan, Gupta; SKP Engg.
College, Tiruvannamalai
2005 / 224 Pages
ISBN : 9788182091115
Total Quality Management is an
effective tool to manage and lead
organisa-tions towards the path of
quality and excellence. This book deals
with the fundamental principles,
significance and implementation
techniques of quality management.
Comprehensive in its coverage, the
book targets undergraduate engineering
students of various universities.
FEATURES
• Chapter-end questions
• Two-mark questions and answers
• Numerous flow charts / block
diagrams for better understanding
• Case studies, chapter-end summary
• Instructor’s companion CD
CONTENTS
1. Introduction to Total Quality
Management 2. Customer Satisfaction
3. Statistical Process Control 4. TQM
Tools 5. Quality Systems
Vijay Nicole Imprints title
CALIBRATION PRINCIPLES
by Subburaj Ramasamy, Senior
Director and Head of the Electronics
Regional Test Laboratory, Mumbai
2009 / 264 pages
ISBN : 9788182092235
This book Calibration Principles
demystifies calibration philosophy and
principles. With more than a million
organisations certified by ISO 9000, a
large number of test and calibration
laboratories have mushroomed in the
recent years. It has thus become
imperative for students to understand
the basics of measurements and
calibration. It is an indispensable
practical guide to understand metrology,
calibration establishment and operation
of a calibration laboratory. It will be a
great tool to improve the quality of
products and services of an
organisation. The book will be a life-long
companion for Metrologists, Engineering
and Science students.
FEATURES
• Includes the topic “Uncertainty of
Measurements” with a number of
practical solved problems
• Covers new topics like specmanship
exhaustively and also infrastructural,
technical and quantity
requirements of a calibration
laboratory.
• Presents latest revision in ISO
17025, ISO 10012 and ISO 9000
• Pedagogy rich with numerous
illustrations and review questions
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Selection of Measuring
and Test Equipment 3. Specmanship 4.
Infrastructural Requirements of a
Calibration Laboratory 5. Technical
Requirements of a Calibration Laboratory
6. Calibration Procedures 7. Uncertainty
of Measurements 8. Calibration Intervals
9. Calibration Requirements of ISO 9000
/ ISO 10012 Standards 10. Testing and
Calibration Laboratory Accreditation ?
ISO/IEC 17025 Standard 11. Proficiency
Testing
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
by S M Sundararaju
2006 / 208 Pages
ISBN : 978074624524
Formulation and implementation of the
TQM policy is often a tough exercise
that the top management encounters in
business. This book presents broad
guidelines for implementing Total Quality
Management within the framework of a
dynamic and competitive environment.
CONTENTS
Introduction. TQM and Improvement
Processes Policy Promotions. Tools and
Techniques for Improvement.
Applications Thrust and Features.
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Education and Training. Policy
Deployment Manual. TQM Policy and
Deployment Guidelines Case Studies.
AN INTRODUCTION TO RELIABILITY
AND MAINTAINABILITY
ENGINEERING
by Charles Ebeling; University of
Dayton
2000 / 504 Pages
ISBN : 9780070421387
CONTENTS
Preface Course software 1. Introduction
Part I: Basic reliability models 2. The
failure distribution 3. Constant failure rate
model 4. Time dependent failure models
5. Reliability of systems 6. Statedependent
systems 7. Physical reliability
models 8. Design for reliability 9.
Maintainability 10. Design for
maintainability 11. Availability Part II: The
analysis of failure data 12. Data
collection and empirical methods 13.
Reliability testing 14. Reliability growth
testing 15. Identifying failure and repair
distributions 16. Goodness of fit tests
Part III: Application 17. Reliability
estimation and application 18.
Implementation References • Appendix
• Index
QUALITY MANAGEMENT
3rd Edition
(Special Indian Edition)
by Howard Gitlow, University of Miami;
Alan Oppenheim, Montclair State
College; and Rosa Oppenheim,
Rutgers University
2008 / 767 Pages
ISBN : 9780070078062
Quality improvement is recognized as
an esnstrated that improved quality
raises profits, reduces costs, and
provides competitive advantage. Quality
Management, 3/e, text presents a
comprehensive approach to quality
improvement, including Dr. W. Edwards
Deming’s philosophy of quality,
productivity, and competitive position,
thorough coverage of process
improvement, Six Sigma, the DMAIC
model, and much more The text is
motivated by integrated quality
improvement stories, examples, and
mini-case studies to help students
better understand the application and
impact of Quality Management and
Improvement. The third edition includes
a major new section on quality
administration.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Six new chapters on general quality
administration are included in part 3.
This administration used a model for
framing the administration of
Quality.
• Expanded basic methods such as
process analysis, basic behavioral
tools, process design and
improvement. These topics will
provide a broader, more
comprehensive approach to quality
management.
• New coverage of Six Sigma,
‘dashboards’, blackbelts, greenbelts
and the current state of the art in
Quality management.
• A wealth of new examples from
industry are included, some in the
form of documented cases studies.
• Expanded coverage of the role of
experiments and product design in
quality management.
• Minitab tutorials and screen shots
have been thoroughly integrated
throughout the text with detailed
screenshots.
FEATURES
• Distinguishes between enumerative
statistical studies (studies whose
purpose is to take action on a
population) and analytical statistical
studies (studies of processes whose
purpose is to take actions that will
improve the process’s functioning.)
• Provides detailed quality
improvement stories (an effective
format for presenting and working
on statistical process improvement
efforts.)
• Have many examples and mini-case
studies to help students understand
and better appreciate the topics
covered and how they are applied in
business.
CONTENTS
Part One: Foundations of Quality
Management: 1. Fundamentals of
Quality. 2. Fundamentals of Statistical
Studies. 3. Defining and Documenting a
Process. Part Two: Tools and Methods
of Analytic Studies: 4. Basic Probability
and Statistics. 5. Stabilizing and
Improving a Process with Control Charts.
6. Attribute Control Charts. 7. Variables
Control Charts. 8. Out-Of-Control
Patterns. 9. Diagnosing a Process. 10.
Specifications. 11. Process Capability
and Improvement Studies. 12. Taguchi
Methods-Quality Improvement in
Product and Process Design. 13.
Inspection Policy. Part Three:
Administrative Systems for Quality
Management: 14. Management
Commitment to Transformation. 15.
Management’s Intellectual and
Emotional Education. 16. Daily
Management. 17. Cross Functional
Management. 18. Policy Management
(Hoshin Kanri). Part Four: Some
Current thinking About Statistical
Studies and Practice: 19. Some
Current thinking about Statistical Studies.
20. “Six Sigma” Management
RELIABILITY ENGINEERING
by E. Balagurusamy, Member UPSC
New Delhi
2002 / 320 pages
ISBN : 9780070483392
CONTENTS
• Basic Concepts of Reliability. • Design
for Reliability Constraints and
Considerations. • Reliability
Mathematics. • Component Reliability
and Hazard Models. • System Reliability
Models. • Redundancy Techniques in
System Design. • Maintainability and
Availability Concepts. • M-Order Systems
with Nonidentical Units. • M-Order
Systems with S-Dependent Units. •
Hierarchical Systems. • Economics of
Reliability Engineering. • Reliability
Management. • Appendices.
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RELIABILITY QUALITY
MANAGEMENT DEMYSTIFIED
by Sid Kemp; Quality Technology
and Institutions, LLC
2006 / 320 Pages
ISBN : 9780070634947
Quality Management Demystified
provides the basic terms, concepts, and
tools for defining, measuring, and
managing quality, from the earliest
efforts at quality assurance and quality
control, through Total Quality
Management, to the rise and possible
fall of Six Sigma.
FEATURES
• Defines the difference between
Quality Control and Quality
Assurance, and when to use which,
if necessary, or both.
• Details exactly how to bring quality
management to your company and
improve the bottom line.
• Explains how to handle the situation
when skeptical employees claim
that TQM is just a fad.
• Teaches root cause analysis for
applications in technical and
management problems. Uses
statistical tools (Pareto optimization
and statistical process control) to
support quality.
CONTENTS
Part 1: Managing Quality Chapter 1.
Quality Throughout History Chapter 2.
The Development of Quality
Management Chapter 3. Defining Quality
Chapter 4. Quality for the Customer Part
2: Quality Essentials hapter 5. Key
Quality Concepts Chapter 6. Defining,
Planning for, Controlling, Assuring, and
Delivering Quality Chapter 7. Leading a
Quality Team Chapter 8. Quality
Engineering Chapter 9. Auditing Quality
Chapter 10. Statistics for Quality Part
Three: Quality Movements Chapter 11.
Total Quality Management Chapter 12.
Quality Standards—ISO 9000 and More
Chapter 13. Six Sigma Chapter 14. The
Cost of Quality Chapter 15. The
Capability for Quality: CMM and CMMI
Chapter 16. Steady Improvement in
Japan: Gemba Kaizen for Lean (JIT)
Manufacturing Part Four: Practical
Quality Management Chapter 17.
Challenges and Leadership Chapter 18.
Practical Quality for Projects and
Programs Chapter 19. Global Quality in
the 21st Century Final Exam Answers to
Quiz, Mid-Term Exam, and Final Exam
Questions List of Acronyms and
Glossary / Resources for Learning Index
STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL
7th Edition
by Eugene Grant, Stanford University;
and Richard Leavenworth, University
of Florida
2000 / 764 Pages
ISBN : 9780070435551
CONTENTS
1. Introduction and Overview. 2.
Directions for Simple X and R Charts. 3.
Why the Control Chart Works; Some
Statistical Concepts. 4. Why the Control
Chart Works; Some Examples. 5. Some
Fundamentals of The Theory of
Probability. 6. The Control Chart for
Fraction Rejected. 7. The Control Chart
for Noncon-formities. 8. Rational
Subgrouping. 9. Statistical Analysis of
Process Capability and for Process
Improve-ment. 10. Some Special
Process Control Procedures. 11. Some
Fundamental Concepts in Scientific
Sampling. 12. An AQL System for Lotby-
Lot Acceptance Sampling by
Attributes. 13. Other Procedures for
Acceptance Sampling by Attributes. 14.
Systems for Acceptance Sampling from
Continuous Production. 15. Systems for
Acceptance Sampling by Variables. 16
Some Aspects of Life Testing and
Reliability. 17. Some Economic Aspects
of Quality Decisions. 18. Some
Significant Events in the Development
of Statistical Quality Control. 19. Models
for Quality Management and Problem
Solving. 20. Demonstrating the
Operation of Systems of Chance
Causes. • Appendixes
JURAN’S QUALITY PLANNING
AND ANALYSIS
5th Edition
by Frank M. Gryna (deceased),
Joseph A. DeFeo and Richard C.H.
Chua, juran Institute, Inc.
2007 / 752 Pages
ISBN : 9780070618480
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• Recent developments such as Six
Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Value
Stream Management, Mass
Customization; and the author’s
adaptation and application of the
Critical Incident Technique to
capture Customer Needs have been
included in the 51e.
• 20 chapters are organized into four
major parts: Part I: Foundation; Part
II: Managerial Concepts; Part Ill:
Functional Applications; Part IV:
Statistical Techniques.
• New examples and exercises
expanded to include: medical
devices, pharmaceuticals, food,
service sector and software industry
• The texts provides an in-depth
treatment of Six Sigma, both Six
Sigma Improvement (DMAIC) and
Design for Six Sigma (DMADV),
which reference both manufacturing
and transactional service
environments.
• Examples of Six Sigma projects and
presentations are showcased.
• On-line data sets and software tools
such as Excel and Minitab. The
Minitab software has been
incorporated into all of the statistical
technique chapters.
• Includes 250/o new figures.
• Integration of ASQ style exam
questions throughout chapters and
updated in Appendix
• Updated references and
supplementary readings listed at the
end of each chapter.
• A detailed “Roadmap for Change” is
provided in the introduction, which is
a chapter taken from the best-selling
book, “Juran Institute’s Six Sigma
Breakthrough and Beyond” by
Joseph A. DeFeo and Dr. William
W. Barnard.
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• A fuller treatment of Hypothesis
Testing has been provided. This
includes the provisions of a
hypothesis testing roadmap to guide
students on the choice of statistical
tests.
CONTENTS
Introduction: A Roadmap for Change.
Pan I: Foundation: 1. Basic Concepts.
2. Companywide Assessment of Quality.
3. Quality Improvement and Cost Reduc
tion. 4. Operational Quality Planning and
Sales Income. 5. Quality Control. Pan
II: Managerial Concepts: 6. Process
Management. 7. Organization for Quality.
8.Strategic Quality Management. 9.
Developing a Quality Culture. Part Ill:
Func tional Applications: io.
Understanding Customer Needs. t 1.
Designing for Qual ity. t2. Supply Chain
Management. t3. Operations-
Manufacturing Sector. 14. Operations-
Service Sector. 15. Inspec tion, Test, and
Measurement. 16. Qual ity Assurance
Audits. Part IV: Statistical Techniques:
17. Basic Concepts of Statistics and
Probability. 18. Statistical Tools for
Analyzing Data. 19. Statistical Tools for
Designing for Quality. 20. Statistical
Process Control. Appendix I:
Supplementary Problems Using Minitab.
Appendix II: Study Guide Examples.
Appendix Ill: Tables
ENGINEERING ETHICS
ETHICS IN ENGINEERING
3rd Edition
by Mike Martin, Chapman University
2003 / 462 Pages
ISBN : 9780070540736
CONTENTS
1. Scope and Aims of Engineering Ethics
2. Moral Reasoning and Ethical Theories
3. Engineering as Social
Experimentation 4. The Engineer’s
Responsibility for Safety 5.
Responsibilities to Employers 6. Rights
of Engineers 7. Global Issues 8.
Engineers as Managers, Consultants,
and Leaders Sample Codes • Indexes
INTRODUCTION TO
ENGINEERING ETHICS
2nd Edition
by Mike Martin, Chapman University,
and Roland Schinzinger (deceased)
2010 / 288 Pages
ISBN : 9780071267908 [IE]
Introduction to Engineering Ethics
provides the background for discussion
of the basic issues in engineering
ethics. Emphasis is given to the moral
problems engineers face in the
corporate setting. It places those issues
within a philosophical framework, and it
seeks to exhibit their social importance
and intellectual challenge. The primary
goal is to stimulate critical and
responsible reflection on moral issues
surrounding engineering practice and to
provide the conceptual tools necessary
for pursuing those issues. Students
preparing to function within the
engineering profession need to be
introduced to the basic issues in
engineering ethics.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
• The book has expanded from 6 to
10 chapters, with increased
coverage given to moral reasoning
and codes of ethics, personal
commitments in engineering,
environmental ethics, honesty and
research integrity, the philosophy of
technology, peace engineering, and
computer science.
• The inclusion of new case studies
such as global warming and
Hurricane Katrina.
CONTENTS
1. Ethics and Professionalism 2. Moral
Reasoning and Codes of Ethics 3.
Moral Frameworks 4. Engineering as
Social Experimentation 5. Commitment
to Safety 6. Workplace esponsibilities
and Rights 7. Truth and Truthfulness 8.
Computer Ethics 9. Environmental
Ethics 10. Global Justice. Appendix:
NSPE Code of Ethics
GENERAL ENGINEERING
International Edition
ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS
AND PROBLEM SOLVING
5th Edition
by Arvid R. Eide. Iowa State University,
Roland, Jenison, Iowa State University,
Larry L. Northup, Iowa State
University, and Steven Mickelson, Iowa
State University
2008 / 480 Pages
ISBN : 9780071101905
The fifth edition of Engineering
Fundamentals & Problem Solving is
written to motivate engineering students
during their first year. Students will
develop the skills in solving open-ended
problems, this text will provide students
with experience in solving problems in
SI and customary units while presenting
solutions in a logical manner. Eide
introduces students to subject areas
that are common to engineering
disciplines that require the application of
fundamental engineering concepts.
FEATURES
• Shows engineering students what
engineering is and what it's like to
become an engineer. Deals with
problems that students would be
expecting to see within an
engineering curriculmn.
• Updated to include coverage of
bioengineering, nanotechnology,
and engineering materials.
• Focus on assessment.
• Updated to include a discussion of
workplace competencies, key
actions, and self-assessment to
help prepare students for the
workplace and to help develop
learning portfolios.
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CONTENTS
1. The Engineering Profession 2.
Engineering Design--A Process 3.
Engineering Solutions 4. Representation
of Technical Information 5. Engineering
Estimations and Approximations
International Edition
ENGINEERING DESIGN
4th Editon
by George Dieter, University of
Maryland-College Park and
Linda C Schmidt, University of
Maryland-College Park
2008 / 832 Pages
ISBN : 9780071263412
Dieter’s Engineering Design 4/e
represents a major update of this
classic textbook for senior design
courses. As in previous editions,
Engineering Design provides a broader
overview of topics than most design
texts and ontains much more
prescriptive guidance on how to carry
out design. Dieter focuses on material
selection as well as how to implement
the design process. Engineering Design
provides the senior mechanical
engineering students with a realistic
understanding of the design process. It
is written from the viewpoint that design
is the central activity of the engineering
profession, and it is more concerned
with developing attitudes and
approaches than in presenting design
techniques and tools.
FEATURES
• Separate chapters on problem
definition, concept generation and
evaluation, the embodiment process
and detail design.
• References to outside literature.
• Covers the developing attitudes and
approaches to engineering design.
CONTENTS
1. The Engineering Design Process
2. The Product Development Process 3.
Problem Definition and Need
Identification 4. Team Behavior and Tools
5. Gathering Information 6. Concept
Generation 7. Concept Selection and
Decision Making 8. Embodiment Design
9. Detail Design 10. Modeling and
Simulation 11. Materials Selection and
Materials Engineering 12. Design for
Manufacturing 13. Risk, Reliability, and
Safety 14. Robust and Quality Design
15. Economic Decision Making 16. Cost
Evaluation 17. Legal and Ethical Issues
in Engineering Design / Appendices
U. S. Edition
CONCEPTS IN ENGINEERING
2nd Edition
by Mark T. Holtzapple, Texas A & M
University, W. Dan Reece, Texas A & M
University
2008 / 304 pages
ISBN : 9780073191621
The second edition of Holtzapple and
Reece’s widely popular text, Concepts
in Engineering, introduces fundamental
engineering concepts to freshman
engineering students. Its central focus is
to positively motivate students for the
rest of their egineering education, as
well as their future engineering. Due to
the book’s concise, yet comprehensive
coverage, it can be used in a wide
variety of introductory courses. Text is
for students who are not sure if they
want to be engineers and the book
almost acts as a ""hook"". Holtzapple's
approach is different than Eide's text
which expects students to go into
engineering.
FEATURES
• Focuses on problem solving. A
consistent method of problem
solving is integrated into the book.
• Emphasizes design by including a
design project.
• Excites students about engineering
through providing interesting
problems and focusing on the
creative process of being an
engineer.
• Focuses on the fundamentals and
includes information that students
are unlikely to find elsewhere. This
text focuses on basic informationsuch
as grammatical rules for the SI
system and graphing rules- that
starts engineering students off with
just the right amount of ""hard""
content.
CONTENTS
1. Preparing to Be an Engineer 2. The
Engineer 3. Engineering Ethics 4.
Problem Solving 5. Introduction to
Design 6. Engineering Communications
7. Numbers 8. Tables and Graphs 9. SI
System of Units 10. Unit Conversions /
Appendices / Topic Index / Biographical
Index
International Edition
HUMAN FACTORS IN
ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
7th Edition
by Mark S. Sanders, California State
University, Northridge; and Ernest J.
McCormick, Deceased
1993 / 704 Pages
ISBN : 9780071128261
CONTENTS
Part I • Introduction. Part II • Information
Input. Part III•Human Output and
Control. Part IV•Workplace Design. Part
V • Environmental Conditions. Part VI •
Human Factors Applications.
Appendixes
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International Edition
POCKET BOOK OF TECHNICAL
WRITING FOR ENGINEERS &
SCIENTISTS
3rd Edition
by Leo Finkelstein, Wright State
University-Dayton
2008 / 400 pages
ISBN : 9780071259255
The focus of this text is to teach
engineering students the skill of
technical writing. The book is unique in
that it gets to the point, uses practical
outlines throughout, and shows students
how to produce the most common
technical documents step-by-step, in a
manner that is funand interesting to
students. With ABET increasing the
emphasis on technical writing, this
affordable, straightforward, easytounderstand
text with flexible coverage,
would be a perfect fit for your technical
writing course. Each chapter has an end
of chapter critique, which allows
students to implement what they have
learned in the chapter. This is new!
FEATURES
• New chapter on Business
Communications.
• Updated information in the
Electronic Publishing chapter.
• Updated grammar chapter with new
exercises; a new section on
punctuation errors, including a
useful table on punctuation.
• Exercises that encourage students
to apply what they've learned in a
chapter, along with the chapter's
checklist, to critique an example
document.
• Added discussion of equations and
formulas, including examples, and
added discussion of Gantt charts,
including illustrations, in the Visuals
chapter.
• Updated examples of technical
documents, touching on a broad
range of engineering disciples and
interest.
• Updated Visuals chapter along with
new exercises.
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 2. Ethical Considerations
3. Technical Definition 4. Descriptions of
a Mechanism 5. Descriptions of a
Process 6. Proposals 7. Progress
Reports 8. Feasibility and
Recommendation Reports 9. Laboratory
and Project Reports 10. Instructions and
Manuals 11. Research Reports 12.
Abstracts and Summaries 13. Grammar,
Style, and Punctuation 14.
Documentation 15. Visuals 16.
Electronic Publishing 17. Presentations
and Briefings 18. Business
Communications 19. Resumes, Cover
Letters, and Interviews 20. Team Writing
/ Index
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INDEX
A
Agarwal : Introduction To Engineering
Materials ...................................................................... 35
Agrawal : Engineering Drawing ........................................ 16
B
Baisnab : Probability And Statistics ................................... 3
Balagurusamy : Computing Fundamentals
And C Programming .................................................... 38
Balagurusamy : Fundamentals Of Computers ............... 37
Balagurusamy : Numerical Methods ................................. 9
Balagurusamy : Programming In Ansi C
6th Edition .................................................................... 41
Balagurusamy : Reliability Engineering .......................... 55
Barber : Intermediate Mechanics Of Materials ................ 36
Baruh : Analytical Dynamics ............................................. 31
Beer : Mechanics For Engineers:
Dynamics 5th Edition .................................................. 30
Beer : Mechanics For Engineers:
Statics 5th Edition ........................................................ 30
Beer : Mechanics Of Materials
5th Edition (Si Units), (Special Indian Edition) ........... 31
Beer : Statics And Mechanics Of Materials ...................... 34
Beer : Vector Mechanics For Engineers
Dynamics 9th Edition .................................................. 28
Beer : Vector Mechanics For Engineers:
Statics, (Si Units) ......................................................... 26
Beer : Vector Mechanics For Engineers:
Statics 9th Edition ........................................................ 27
Beer : Vector Mechanics For Engineers:
Statics And Dynamic ................................................... 26
Beer : Vector Mechanics For Engineers:
Dynamics, (Si Units) .................................................... 27
Beiser : Concepts Of Modern Physics
6th Edition (Special Indian Edition) ............................ 14
Bertoline : Fundamentals Of Graphics
Communication 6th Edition ......................................... 18
Bertoline : Introduction To Graphics
Communications For Engine ...................................... 17
Bertoline : Technical Graphics Communication
3rd Edition .................................................................... 19
Bertoline : Technical Graphics Communications
4th Edition .................................................................... 19
Blank : Basics Of Engineering Economy ......................... 53
Blank : Engineering Economy 6th Edition ....................... 53
Boundy : Enginering Drawing 7th Edition ........................ 20
Bronson : Schaum’s Outline Of Operations
Research 2nd Edition .................................................. 11
Budynas : Advanced Strength And
Applied Stress Analysis 2nd ........................................ 35
C
Canter : Environmental Impact
Assessment 2nd Edition ............................................. 24
Cathey : Basic Electrical Engineering 3rd Edition
(SOS) (SlE) .................................................................. 50
Chakrabarti : Basic Electrical Engineering ..................... 49
Chapra : Applied Numerical Methods
With Matlab 3rd Edition ................................................. 8
Chapra : Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB:
For Engineers and Scientists, 3rd Edition .................... 6
Chapra : Numerical Methods For Engineers
5th Edition (Special Indioan Edition) ............................ 7
Chapra : Numerical Methods For Engineers,
6th Edition ...................................................................... 7
Charles : A Concise Labotaroy Manual
On Engineering Physics .............................................. 14
Chawla : A Textbook Of Environmental Studies .............. 21
Cheng : C For Engineers And Scientists ......................... 43
Cheng : Statics And Strength Of
Materials 2nd Edition ................................................... 35
Cohoon : Programming In C++
(Special Indian Edition) ............................................... 47
Conte : Elementary Numerical Analysis:
An Algorithmic Approach ............................................... 9
Crandall : An Introduction To Mechanics
Of Solids 3rd Edition ................................................... 32
Cunningham : Principles Of Environmental
Science: Inquiry And A ................................................ 22
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Curtin : Information Technology:
The Breaking Wave ..................................................... 41
D
Das : Statistical Methods
(Combined Edition) ........................................................ 4
Das : Statistical Methods (Volume 1) ................................. 4
Das : Statistical Methods (Volume 2) ................................. 5
Davis : Introduction To Environmental
Engineering 4th Edition ............................................... 21
Davis : Principles Of Environmental
Engineering & Science ................................................ 22
Dhogal : Basic Electrical Engineering Volume 1 ............. 51
Dhogal : Basic Electrical Engineering Volume 2 ............. 51
Dieter : Engineering Design 4th Editon ............................ 58
D’orazio : C++ Programming For
Engineers And Scientists ............................................ 46
Dubey : Engineering Mechanics 1st Edition .................... 24
E
Ebeling : An Introduction To Reliability
And Maintainability ...................................................... 55
Eide : Engineering Fundamentals And
Problem Solving 5th Edition ........................................ 57
F
Finkelstein : Pocket Book Of Technical
Writing For Engineers & S .......................................... 59
Fischer : Applied C An Introduction And More ................ 44
Fitzgerald : Basic Electrical Engineering ........................ 49
Ford : Design For Electrical And
Computer Engineers ................................................... 18
G
Ganesh : 60 Tips On Object Oriented
Programming ............................................................... 48
Gibilisco : Mastering Technical Mathematics
3rd Edition ...................................................................... 2
Gitlow : Quality Management
3rd Edition (Special Indian Edition) ............................ 55
Gottfried : Programming With C
3rd Edition (Schaums Outlines Series) ...................... 41
Graham : Learning C++ .................................................... 48
Grant : Statistical Quality Control ..................................... 56
Gryna : Juran’s Quality Planning And
Analysis 5th Edition ..................................................... 56
H
Henkel : Structures And Properties
Of Engineering Materials ............................................. 36
Hillier : Introduction To Operations
Research 9th Edition ................................................... 10
Hillier : Introduction To Operations
Research: Concepts And ............................................ 10
Holtzapple : Concepts In
Engineering 2nd Edition .............................................. 58
Howard : Introduction To Solid Modeling
Using Solidworks 20 .................................................... 17
Hsu : Theory And Problems Of
Probability, Random Variabl .......................................... 5
Hubbard : Programming With C++
3rd Edition (Schaum’s Outline) ................................... 45
I
Isrd Group : Introduction To Object Oriented
Programming And C+ .................................................. 48
Isrd Group : Programming And Problem
Solving Using C Language .......................................... 42
Iyer : Operations Research (Sigma Series) ..................... 10
J
Jackson : Schaum’s Outline Of Statics
And Strength Of Materi ................................................ 36
Jensen : Engineering Drawing And Design
7th Edition .................................................................... 20
Jolhe : Engineering Drawing:
An Introduction To Autocad ......................................... 16
Joseph : Environmental Studies 2nd Edition ................... 21
Joshi : Engineering Physics 1st Edition .......................... 13
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K
Kazimi : Solid Mechanics Revised 1st Edition ................ 36
Kelley : Pro Engineer-wildfire
Instructor 5th Edition ................................................... 19
Kemp : Reliability Quality Management
Demystified .................................................................. 56
Kiely : Environmental Engineering
(Special Indian Edition) ............................................... 22
Kothari : Basic Electrical Engineering ............................. 49
Kulshreshtha : Basic Electrical Engineering .................. 50
Kumar : Engineering Mechanics 4th Edition ................... 30
Kuriacose : Chemistry In Engineering
And Technology Volume 1........................................... 15
Kuriacose : Chemistry In Engineering
And Technology Volume 2........................................... 15
Kutner : Applied Linear Regression
Models 4th Edition ....................................................... 12
Kutner : Applied Linear Statistical
Models 5th Edition ....................................................... 11
L
Lagrega : Hazardous Waste Management
2nd Edition ................................................................... 24
Leon : Fundamentals Of Computers
& C Programming ........................................................ 40
Leon : Fundamentals Of Computing
C Programming & Ms Offic ......................................... 40
Lipschutz : Probability 2nd Edition
(Schaum’s Outline Series) ............................................ 3
M
Malik : Engineering Physics ............................................. 13
Martin : Ethics In Engineering 3rd Edition ....................... 57
Martin : Introduction To Engineering
Ethics 2nd Edition ........................................................ 57
Mclean : Schaum’s Outline Of
Engineering Mechanic 5th Edition .............................. 31
Milton : Introduction To Probability
And Statistics Principle .................................................. 2
Mittle : Basic Electrical
Engineering 2nd Edition .............................................. 51
Mood : Introduction To The Theory
Of Statistics 3rd Edition ................................................. 4
Murthy : Structure And Properties Of
Engineering Materials .................................................. 34
Muthusubramanian : Basic Electrical And
Electronics Engineering .............................................. 50
N
Naidu : Introduction To Electrical Engineering ................ 52
Narula : Material Science ................................................. 34
Nash : Strength Of Materials
5th Edition (Special Indian Edition) ............................ 32
Navidi : Principles Of Statistics
For Engineers And Scientist ......................................... 5
Navidi : Statistics For Engineers And
Scientists 3rd Edition ..................................................... 5
Negi : Strength Of Materials
(Sigma Series) ............................................................. 33
Nelson : Engineering Mechanics ..................................... 29
Nelson : Engineering Mechanics
Statics (Schaum’s Outline) .......................................... 25
Nelson : Engineering Mechanics:
Dynamics (Schaum’s Outline) .................................... 25
Norton : Introduction To Computers
7th Edition (SIE) .......................................................... 37
Nelson : Peter Norton’s Computing
Fundamentals 6th Edition ........................................... 39
P
Palanna : Engineering Chemistry ..................................... 15
Patt : Introduction To Computing Systems
From Bits And Ga ........................................................ 38
Peavy : Environmental Engineering ................................. 23
Plesha : Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics ................... 28
Plesha : Engineering Mechanics: Statics ......................... 26
Ponnambalam : A C++ Primer For
Engineers An Object-oriented Approach .................... 48
R
Rajendran : Engineering Physics ..................................... 14
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Ramana : Higher Engineering
Mathematics .................................................................. 1
Ramanathan : Operations Research ............................... 11
Ramasamy : Calibration Principles .................................. 54
Ramaswamy : Total Quality Management ....................... 54
Rattan : Strength Of Materials 2nd Edition ...................... 31
Riggs : Engineering Economics 4th Edition .................... 52
Rizzoni : Fundamentals Of
Electrical Engineering ................................................. 52
Rizzoni : Principles And
Applications Of Electrical Engineer ............................ 52
Rizzoni : Principles And Applications
Of Electrical Engineer ................................................. 48
Rout : Cimple C Is Simple ................................................ 43
Rubin : Introduction To Engineering And
The Environment ......................................................... 23
Sanders : Human Factors In Engineering
And Design 7th Editio .................................................. 58
Santha : Engineering Mathematics III ................................ 1
Sarkar : Strength Of Materials .......................................... 33
Sawyer : Chemistry For Environmental
Engineering And Scienc .............................................. 23
Scheid : Numerical Analysis
(Schaum’s Outline Series) (SIE) ................................... 8
Schildt : C++ A Beginner’s Guide 2nd Edition ................. 46
Schildt : C++: The Complete Reference ......................... 46
Schildt : C++: The Complete Reference 4th Edition ....... 46
Schildt : C: The Complete Reference .............................. 43
Schildt : Teach Yourself C++ ............................................ 46
Selvi : Test Your Skills In C 2nd Edition ........................... 42
Singh : Basic Electrical & Electronics
Engineering .................................................................. 50
Singh : Engineering Mathematics
A Tutorial Approach ....................................................... 1
Sivakumar : A Concise Laboratory Manual
On Engineering Chemist ............................................. 16
Sivakumar : Engineering Chemistry ................................ 15
Sivakumar : Introduction To Environment
Science & Engineering ................................................ 21
Sivasankar : Engineering Chemistry ............................... 14
Smith : Foundations Of Materials Science
And Engineering ..................................................... 5, 36
Smith : Materials Science And Engineering
4th Edition (SIE) .......................................................... 35
Spiegel : Probability And Statistics
3rd Edition (Special Indian Edition) .............................. 2
Smith : Statistics 4th Edition
(Schaum’s Outline Series) ............................................ 3
Srinath : Advanced Mechanics
Of Solids 3rd Edition ................................................... 32
Srinivasan : Engineering Materials And
Metallurgy 2nd Edition ................................................. 36
Srinivasan : Total Quality Management ........................... 54
Stephens : Engineering Statistics Demystified ................. 6
Sundararaju : Total Quality Management ........................ 54
T
Tan : C Programming For Engineering
And Computer Science ............................................... 44
Tan : C Programming: A Concise
Q&A Approach 2nd Edition ......................................... 44
Taxali : Taxali Computer Course ...................................... 38
Timoshenko : Engineering Mechanics
Revised 4th Edition (SIE) ............................................ 29
U
Ugural : Mechanics Of Materials ...................................... 33
V
Veerarajan : Numerical Methods
(Sigma Series) ............................................................... 9
Venugopal : Mastering C .................................................. 42
Venugopal : Mastering C++ ............................................. 45
Venugopal : Problems And
Solutions In C++ (Sigma Series) ................................ 46
Vijaya : Material Science .................................................. 34
W
Williams : MCQS In Computer Science
4th Edition .................................................................... 39
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TITLE INDEX
INDEX
60 Tips On Object Oriented
Programming : Ganesh .............................................. 48
A
A C++ Primer For Engineers An
Object-oriented Appr : Ponnambalam ....................... 48
A Concise Laboratory Manual On Engineering
Chemist : Sivakumar .................................................. 16
A Concise Labotaroy Manual On
Engineering Physics : Charles ................................... 14
A Textbook Of Environmental Studies : Chawla .............. 21
Advanced Mechanics Of
Solids 3rd Edition : Srinath ........................................ 32
Advanced Strength And Applied
Stress Analysis 2nd : Budynas .................................. 35
An Introduction To Mechanics Of
Solids 3rd Edition : Crandall ...................................... 32
An Introduction To Reliability And
Maintainability : Ebeling ............................................. 55
Analytical Dynamics : Baruh ............................................. 31
Applied C An Introduction And More : Fischer ................ 44
Applied Linear Regression
Models 4th Edition : Kutner ........................................ 12
Applied Linear Statistical
Models 5th Edition : Kutner ........................................ 11
Applied Numerical Methods With
Matlab 3rd Edition : Chapra.......................................... 8
Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB: For
Engineers and Scientists, 3rd Edition : Chapra .......... 6
B
Basic Electrical & Electronics
Engineering : Singh .................................................... 50
Basic Electrical And Electronics
Engineering : Muthusubramanian ............................ 50
Basic Electrical Engineering : Chakrabarti ...................... 49
Basic Electrical Engineering : Fitzgerald ......................... 49
Basic Electrical Engineering : Kothari ............................. 49
Basic Electrical Engineering : Kulshreshtha ................... 50
Basic Electrical Engineering
2nd Edition : Mittle ...................................................... 51
Basic Electrical Engineering 3rd Edition
(Schaum’s Outline Series)
(Special Indian Edition) : Cathey ................................ 50
Basic Electrical Engineering Volume 1 : Dhogal ............. 51
Basic Electrical Engineering Volume 2 : Dhogal ............. 51
Basics Of Engineering Economy : Blank ......................... 53
C
C For Engineers And Scientists : Cheng ......................... 43
C Programming For Engineering And
Computer Science : Tan ............................................. 44
C Programming: A Concise Q&A
Approach 2nd Edition : Tan ........................................ 44
C: The Complete Reference : Schildt .............................. 43
C++ A Beginner’s Guide 2nd Edition : Schildt ................. 46
C++ Programming For Engineers
And Scientists : D’orazio ............................................ 46
C++: The Complete Reference : Schildt .......................... 46
C++: The Complete Reference
4th Edition : Schildt .................................................... 46
Calibration Principles : Ramasamy .................................. 54
Chemistry For Environmental
Engineering And Scienc : Sawyer .............................. 23
Chemistry In Engineering And
Technology Volume 1 : Kuriacose ............................. 15
Chemistry In Engineering And
Technology Volume 2 : Kuriacose ............................. 15
Cimple C Is Simple : Rout ................................................ 43
Computing Fundamentals And C
Programming : Balagurusamy................................... 38
Concepts In Engineering
2nd Edition : Holtzapple ............................................. 58
Concepts Of Modern Physics 6th Edition
(Special Indian Edition) : Beiser ................................ 14
D
Design For Electrical And Computer
Engineers : Ford ......................................................... 18
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E
Elementary Numerical Analysis: An Algorithmic
Approach : Conte .......................................................... 9
Engineering Chemistry : Palanna ..................................... 15
Engineering Chemistry : Sivakumar ................................ 15
Engineering Chemistry : Sivasankar ............................... 14
Engineering Design 4th Editon : Dieter ............................ 58
Engineering Drawing : Agrawal ........................................ 16
Engineering Drawing And Design
7th Edition : Jensen .................................................... 20
Engineering Drawing:An Introduction
To Autocad : Jolhe ...................................................... 16
Engineering Economics 4th Edition : Riggs .................... 52
Engineering Economy 6th Edition : Blank ....................... 53
Engineering Fundamentals And Problem
Solving 5th Edition : Eide ........................................... 57
Engineering Materials And Metallurgy
2nd Edition : Srinivasan ............................................. 36
Engineering Mathematics A Tutorial
Approach : Singh .......................................................... 1
Engineering Mathematics III : Santha ................................ 1
Engineering Mechanics : Nelson ...................................... 29
Engineering Mechanics 1st Edition : Dubey .................... 24
Engineering Mechanics 4th Edition : Kumar.................... 30
Engineering Mechanics Revised
4th Edition (Speical : Timoshenko ............................ 29
Engineering Mechanics Statics
(Schaum’s Outline) : Nelson ...................................... 25
Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics : Plesha ................... 28
Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics
(Schaum’s Outline) : Nelson ...................................... 25
Engineering Mechanics Statics : Plesha .......................... 26
Engineering Physics : Malik .............................................. 13
Engineering Physics : Rajendran ..................................... 14
Engineering Physics 1st Edition : Joshi ........................... 13
Engineering Statistics Demystified : Stephens .................. 6
Enginering Drawing 7th Edition : Boundy ........................ 20
Environmental Engineering : Peavy.................................. 23
Environmental Engineering
(Special Indian Edition) : Kiely ................................... 22
Environmental Impact Assessment
2nd Edition : Canter .................................................... 24
Environmental Studies 2nd Edition : Joseph ................... 21
Ethics In Engineering 3rd Edition : Martin ....................... 57
F
Foundations Of Materials Science And Engineering : Smith
5, 36
Fundamentals Of Computers : Balagurusamy ............... 37
Fundamentals Of Computers &
C Programming : Leon ............................................... 40
Fundamentals Of Computing C
Programming & Ms Offic : Leon ................................. 40
Fundamentals Of Electrical
Engineering : Rizzoni ................................................. 52
Fundamentals Of Graphics Communication
6th Edition : Bertoline ................................................. 18
H
Hazardous Waste Management
2nd Edition : Lagrega ................................................. 24
Higher Engineering Mathematics : Ramana ...................... 1
Human Factors In Engineering And
Design 7th Editio : Sanders ....................................... 58
I
Information Technology:
The Breaking Wave : Curtin ....................................... 41
Intermediate Mechanics Of
Materials : Barber ....................................................... 36
Introduction To Computers
7th Edition (SIE) : Norton ........................................... 37
Introduction To Computing
Systems From Bits And Ga : Patt .............................. 38
Introduction To Electrical
Engineering : Naidu .................................................... 52
Introduction To Engineering And
The Environment : Rubin ........................................... 23
Introduction To Engineering Ethics
2nd Edition : Martin .................................................... 57
Introduction To Engineering
Materials : Agarwal ..................................................... 35
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Introduction To Environmental Engineering
4th Edition : Davis ....................................................... 21
Introduction To Graphics Communications
For Engine : Bertoline ................................................ 17
Introduction To Object Oriented Programming
And C+ : Isrd Group ................................................... 48
Introduction To Operations Research
9th Edition : Hillier ...................................................... 10
Introduction To Operations Research:
Concepts And : Hillier ................................................. 10
Introduction To Probability And
Statistics Princip : Milton .............................................. 2
Introduction To Solid Modeling
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Introduction To The Theory Of
Statistics 3rd Edition : Mood ........................................ 4
J
Juran’s Quality Planning And Analysis
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M
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Mastering C++ : Venugopal .............................................. 45
Mastering Technical Mathematics
3rd Edition : Gibilisco ................................................... 2
Material Science : Narula .................................................. 34
Material Science : Vijaya ................................................... 34
Materials Science And Engineering
4th Edition (Spe : Smith .............................................. 35
Mcqs In Computer Science
4th Edition : Williams ................................................. 39
Mechanics For Engineers:
Dynamics 5th Edition : Beer ....................................... 30
Mechanics For Engineers: Statics 5th Edition : Beer ...... 30
Mechanics Of Materials : Ugural ...................................... 33
Mechanics Of Materials 5th Edition
(Si Units), (Special Indian Edition) : Beer .................. 31
N
Numerical Analysis (Schaum’s Outline Series)
(SIE) : Scheid ................................................................ 8
Numerical Methods : Balagurusamy ................................. 9
Numerical Methods (Sigma Series) : Veerarajan .............. 9
Numerical Methods For Engineers
5th Edition (Special Indioan Edition) : Chapra ............ 7
Numerical Methods For
Engineers, 6th Edition : Chapra ................................... 7
O
Operations Research : Ramanathan ............................... 11
Operations Research (Sigma Series) : Iyer ..................... 10
P
Peter Norton’s Computing Fundamentals
6th Edition : Nelson .................................................... 39
Pocket Book Of Technical Writing
For Engineers & S : Finkelstein ................................ 59
Principles And Applications Of
Electrical Engineer : Rizzoni ...................................... 52
Principles And Applications Of
Electrical Engineer : Rizzoni ...................................... 48
Principles Of Environmental Engineering
& Science : Davis ........................................................ 22
Principles Of Environmental Science:
Inquiry And A : Cunningham ...................................... 22
Principles Of Statistics For Engineers
And Scientist : Navidi ................................................... 5
Pro Engineer-wildfire Instructor
5th Edition : Kelley ...................................................... 19
Probability 2nd Edition
(Schaum’s Outline Series) : Lipschutz ........................ 3
Probability And Statistics : Baisnab ................................... 3
Probability And Statistics
3rd Edition (Special In : Spiegel ................................... 2
Problems And Solutions In
C++ (Sigma Series) : Venugopal ............................... 46
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C Language : Isrd Group ........................................... 42
Programming In Ansi
C 6th Edition : Balagurusamy ................................... 41
Programming In C++
(Special Indian Edition) : Cohoon .............................. 47
Programming With C 3rd Edition
(Schaums Outlines Series) : Gottfried ...................... 41
Programming With C++
3rd Edition (Schaum’s Outline) : Hubbard ................ 45
Q
Quality Management 3rd Edition
(Special Indian Edition) : Gitlow ................................. 55
R
Reliability Engineering : Balagurusamy .......................... 55
Reliability Quality Management
Demystified : Kemp..................................................... 56
S
Schaum’s Outline Of Engineering
Mechanic 5th Edition : Mclean ................................... 31
Schaum’s Outline Of Operations
Research 2nd Edition : Bronson ............................... 11
Schaum’s Outline Of Statics And
Strength Of Materi : Jackson ..................................... 36
Solid Mechanics Revised 1st Edition : Kazimi ................ 36
Statics And Mechanics Of Materials : Beer ...................... 34
Statics And Strength Of
Materials 2nd Edition : Cheng .................................... 35
Statistical Methods
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Statistical Methods (Volume 1) : Das .................................. 4
Statistical Methods (Volume 2) : Das .................................. 5
Statistical Quality Control : Grant ..................................... 56
Statistics 4th Edition
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Statistics For Engineers And
Scientists 3rd Editio : Navidi ........................................ 5
TITLE INDEX
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Strength Of Materials
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Strength Of Materials
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Strength Of Materials 5th Edition
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Structure And Properties Of
Engineering Materials : Murthy .................................. 34
Structures And Properties Of
Engineering Materials : Henkel .................................. 36
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Teach Yourself C++ : Schildt ............................................ 46
Technical Graphics Communication
3rd Edition : Bertoline ................................................ 19
Technical Graphics Communications
4th Edition : Bertoline ................................................. 19
Test Your Skills In C 2nd Edition : Selvi ........................... 42
Theory And Problems Of Probability,
Random Variabl : Hsu ................................................... 5
Total Quality Management : Ramaswamy ....................... 54
Total Quality Management : Srinivasan ........................... 54
Total Quality Management : Sundararaju ........................ 54
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Dynamics 9th Edition : Beer ....................................... 28
Vector Mechanics For Engineers:
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Vector Mechanics For Engineers:
Statics 9th Edition : Beer ............................................ 27
Vector Mechanics For Engineers:
Statics And Dynamic : Beer ........................................ 26
Vector Mechanics For Engineers:
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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS ............................................................................................................................................. 1
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS................................................................................................................................................. 2
NUMERICAL METHODS ......................................................................................................................................................... 3
OPERATIONS RESEARCH ................................................................................................................................................... 10
ENGINEERING PHYSICS ...................................................................................................................................................... 13
MODERN PHYSICS ............................................................................................................................................................... 14
ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY ................................................................................................................................................ 14
ENGINEERING DRAWING .................................................................................................................................................... 16
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING ...................................................................................................................................... 21
ENGINEERING MECHANICS ................................................................................................................................................ 24
STATICS .................................................................................................................................................................................. 26
DYNAMICS ............................................................................................................................................................................. 27
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS ................................................................................................................................................ 31
COMPUTER SCIENCE INTRODUCTORY ............................................................................................................................. 37
C .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 41
C++ .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 44
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING .................................................................................................................................. 48
ENGINEERING ECONOMICS ............................................................................................................................................... 52
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ENGINEERING ETHICS ........................................................................................................................................................ 57
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