Just-In-Time Math for EngineersBy
- Archibald Fripp, Dr. Archibald Fripp is an electrical engineer and materials scientist. He was a senior scientist at NASA and managed many space shuttle experiments. He retired from NASA in 1998 but still consults for them on semiconductor and microgravity research., Electrical engineer and materials scientist, formerly a senior scientist at NASA and managed many space shuttle experiments, retired from NASA in 1998 but still consults for them on semiconductor and microgravity research.
- Jon Fripp
- Michael Fripp
Just-In-Time Math is a concise review and summary of the mathematical principles needed by all engineering professionals. Topics covered include differential calculus, integral calculus, complex numbers, differential equations, engineering statistics, and partial derivatives. Numerous example engineering problems are included to show readers how to apply mathematical techniques to a wide range of engineering situations. This is the perfect mathematics refresher for engineering professionals who use such math-intensive techniques as digital signal processing.
Electronics/electrical engineers, civil engineers, chemical engineers, mechanical engineers, software engineers, and engineering students. In general there are over 1,000,000 electrical/electronics engieers. Some specific audience numbers: According to the U.S. Department of Labor: - Electrical and electronics engineers: 310,000, Computer hardware engineers: 60,000, Electrical and electronics engineering technicians: 262,000, IEEE US membership is 240,000, including students, Approx. 25,000 electrical/electronics engineers graduate in U.S. each year and 15,000 computer science/computer engineering graduates. The American Society of Civil Engineers represents 125,000 members, American Institute of Chemical Engieners has more than 50,000 members, American Society of Mechanical Engieers has 125,000 members.
Published: July 2003
- Basic Engineering Mathematics; Review of Integral and Differential Calculus; Engineering Statistics; Numbering Systems; Unit Conversions; Electrical Engineering Problems; Civil Engineering Problems; Chemical Engineering Problems; Mechanical Engineering Problems