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This innovative physics textbook intended for science and engineering majors develops classical mechanics from a historical perspective. The presentation of the standard course material includes a discussion of the thought processes of the discoverers and a description of the methods by which they arrived at their theories. However the presentation proceeds logically rather than strictly chronologically, so new concepts are introduced at the natural moment. The book assumes a familiarity with calculus, includes a discussion of rigid body motion, and contains numerous thought-provoking problems. It is largely based in content on The Mechanical Universe: Introduction to Mechanics and Heat, a book designed in conjunction with a tele-course to be offered by PBS in the Fall of 1985.
The advanced edition, however, does not coincide exactly with the video lessons, contains additional material, and develops the fundamental ideas introduced in the lower-level edition to a greater degree.
Название: The Mechanical Universe: Mechanics and Heat, Advanced Edition Автор: Steven C. Frautschi, Richard P. Olenick Издательство: Cambridge University Press; Advanced ISBN-10: 0521715903, 052171592X Год: 2008 Количество страниц: 604 Формат: PDF Язык: Английский Размер: 118.5 Мб
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