Introduction to MathCAD 2000
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- Paperback | 215 pages
- 200.7 x 251.5 x 12.7mm | 430.92g
- 29 Sep 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. MathCAD. The Engineer's Scratch Pad. 2. MathCAD Fundamentals. 3. MathCAD Functions. 4. Working with Matrices. 5. Data Analysis Functions. 6. Symbolic Math Using MathCAD. 7. Numerical Techniques.
About Ronald W. Larsen
RON LARSEN is an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at Montana State University, and received his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University. He was initially attracted to engineering by the challenges the profession offers, but also appreciates that engineering is a serving profession. Some of the greatest challenges has faced while teaching have involved non-traditional teaching methods, including evening courses for practicing engineers and teaching through an interpreter at the Mongolian National University. These experiences have provided tremendous opportunities to learn new ways to communicate technical material. He tries to incorporate the skills he has learned in non-traditional arenas to improve his lectures, written materials, and learning programs. Dr. Larsen views modern software as one of the new tools that will radically alter the way engineers work, and his book Introduction to Mathcad was written to help young engineers prepare to meet the challenges of an ever-changing workplace.