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Maple: Programming, Physical and Engineering Problems

The book consists of two parts. The first part contains seven chapters and presents the software of Maple system. The examples presented in these chapters increase the range of use of Maple on the Windows platform. Attention is devoted to practical use of Maple, which provides additional opportunities and facilitation of more solutions. The algorithms of physical and engineering problems of the second part mainly use the finite element method (FEM). This part consists of eight chapters and solves, in Maple, physical and engineering problems from fields such as thermal conductivity, mechanics of deformable bodies, theory of elasticity, hydrodynamics, hydromechanics, etc. Application of Maple for solution of optimization problems is also presented.

Genre: Math, Science
Year:
2006
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Preface Part 1. New software for Maple of releases 6–10 Chapter 1. General purpose software Chapter 2. Software for work with procedural and modular objects Chapter 3. Software for work with symbols, strings, lists, sets and tables Chapter 4. Software for support bit-by-bit processing of symbolic information Charter 5. Software that extends and improves the standard tools of Maple Chapter 6. Software for working with Maple datafiles and documents Chapter 7. Certain useful tools for work in Maple Part 2. Application of Maple for solution of engineering–physical problems Chapter 8. The base problems of thermal conduction Chapter 9. Basic problems of the elasticity theory Chapter 10. Dynamic problems of the theory of elasticity Chapter 11. Basic hydromechanics problems Chapter 12. Some applied problems of hydromechanics Charter 13. Applied problems of mechanics – 1 Charter 14. Applied problems of mechanics – 2 Chapter 15. Application of Maple for solution of optimization problems References The information about the writers
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V.Z. Aladjev, M.A. Bogdevicius

Professor V.Z. Aladjev was born on June 14, 1942 in the town Grodno (West Belarus). Now, he is the First vice-president of the International Academy of Noosphere and the president of Tallinn Research Group, whose scientific results have received international recognition, first, in the field of mathematical theory of Cellular Automata (CA). He is member of a series of Russian and International Academies. V.Z. Aladjev is the author of more than 500 scientific publications, including 90 books, published in many countries. He participates as a member of the organizing committee and/or a guest lecturer in many international scientific forums in mathematics and cybernetics. Professor M.A. Bogdevicius was born on January 2, 1958 in the Vilnius (Lithuania). Since 1995 M.A. Bogdevicius is the Head of the Department of Transport Technological Equipment of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University. He is member of the International Academy of Noosphere. M.A. Bogdevicius has published more than 180 scientific and technical works; he is the author of 6 books and 25 inventions. M.A. Bogdevicius's interests include such topics as: computation methods, methods of optimization, dynamics of mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, problem of safety of road motion as well as software for the solution of different technical and manufacturing problems. more…

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