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Physics for Engineers and Scientists, Regular Edition





Physics for Engineers and Scientists, Regular Edition
By Hans C. Ohanian, John Markert


* Publisher: W. W. Norton
* Number Of Pages: 1450
* Publication Date: 2006-07-19
* ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0393974227
* ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780393974225
* Binding: Hardcover



Product Description:

Designed for the introductory calculus-based physics course, Physics for Engineers and Scientists is distinguished by its lucid exposition and accessible coverage of fundamental physical concepts. The text presents a modern view of classical mechanics and electromagnetism for today's science and engineering students, including coverage of optics and quantum physics and emphasizing the relationship between macroscopic and microscopic phenomena.

Organized to address specific concepts and then build on them, this highly readable text divides each chapter into short, focused sections followed by review questions. Using real-world examples, the authors offer a glimpse of the practical applications of physics in science and engineering, developing a solid conceptual foundation before introducing mathematical results and derivations (a basic knowledge of derivatives and integrals is assumed).



Summary: Excellent for Future Engineers, Lots of Practical real world problems

This is one of the better textbooks for introductory Physics for science majors. Halliday, Resnick and Walker's emphasizes on problem solvings; Serway's makes great balance between concepts and applications; Giancoli's is more conceptual oriented; Young and Freedman's has a lot of excellent problems and explains concepts very well; Tipler's is quite boring and concise. It's always nice to read a newly published classical physics textbook to see how the same subject is presented differently by the different authors. But since this book emphasizes the practical aspects of physics, it's probably more welcome than the others for a college level cal based introductory physics course.

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* Part I. Motion, Force and Energy
* 1. Space, Time, Mass
* 1.1 Coordinates; Reference Frames
* 1.2 The Unit of Length
* 1.3 The Unit of Time
* 1.4 The Unit of Mass
* 1.5 Derived Units
* 1.6 Significant Figures; Consistency of Units and Conversion of Units
* 2. Motion Along A Straight Line
* 2.1 Average Speed
* 2.2 Average Velocity for Motion along a Straight Line
* 2.3 Instantaneous Velocity
* 2.4 Acceleration
* 2.5 Motion with Constant Acceleration
* 2.6 The Acceleration of Free Fall
* 2.7 Integration of the Equations of Motion
* 3. Vectors
* 3.1 The Displacement Vector and Other Vectors
* 3.2 Vector Addition and Subtraction
* 3.3 The Position Vector; Components of a Vector
* 3.4 Vector Multiplication
* 4. Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
* 4.1 Components of Velocity and Acceleration
* 4.2 The Velocity and Acceleration Vectors
* 4.3 Motion with Constant Acceleration
* 4.4 The Motion of Projectiles
* 4.5 Uniform Circular Motion
* 4.6 The Relativity of Motion and the Addition of Velocities
* 5. Newton’s Laws of Motion
* 5.1 Newton’s First Law
* 5.2 Newton’s Second Law
* 5.3 The Combination of Forces
* 5.4 Weight; Contact Force and Normal Force
* 5.5 Newton’s Third Law
* 5.6 Motion with a Constant Force
* 6. Further Applications of Newton’s Laws
* 6.1 Friction
* 6.2 Restoring Force of a Spring; Hooke’s Law
* 6.3 Force for Uniform Circular Motion
* 6.4 The Four Fundamental Forces
* 7. Work and Energy
* 7.1 Work
* 7.2 Work for a Variable Force
* 7.3 Kinetic Energy
* 7.4 Gravitational Potential Energy
* 8. Conservation of Energy
* 8.1 Potential Energy of a Conservative Force
* 8.2 The Curve of Potential Energy
* 8.3 Other Forms of Energy
* 8.4 Mass and Energy
* 8.5 Power
* 9. Gravitation
* 9.1 Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
* 9.2 The Measurement of G
* 9.3 Circular Orbits
* 9.4 Elliptical Orbits; Kepler’s Laws
* 9.5 Gravitational Potential Energy
* 10. Systems of Particles
* 10.1 Momentum
* 10.2 Center of Mass
* 10.3 The Motion of the Center of Mass
* 10.4 Energy of a System of Particles
* 11. Collisions
* 11.2 Impulsive Forces
* 11.2 Elastic Collisions
* 11.3 Inelastic Collisions
* 11.4 Collisions in Two and Three Dimensions
* 12. Rotation of a Rigid Body
* 12.1 Motion of a Rigid Body
* 12.2 Rotation about a Fixed Axis
* 12.3 Motion with Constant Angular Acceleration
* 12.4 Motion with Time-Dependent Angular Acceleration
* 12.5 Kinetic Energy of Rotation; Moment of Inertia
* 13. Dynamics of a Rigid Body
* 13.1 Work, Energy, and Power in Rotational Motion; Torque
* 13.2 The Equation of Rotational Motion
* 13.3 Angular Momentum and its Conservation
* 13.4 Torque and Angular Momentum as Vectors
* 14. Statics and Elasticity
* 14.1 Statics of Rigid Bodies
* 14.2 Examples of Static Equilibrium
* 14.3 Levers and Pulleys
* 14.4 Elasticity of Materials
* Part II. Oscillations, Waves, and Fluids
* 15. Oscillations
* 15.1 Simple Harmonic Motion
* 15.2 The Simple Harmonic Oscillator
* 15.3 Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy
* 15.4 The Simple Pendulum
* 15.5 Damped Oscillations and Forced Oscillations
* 16. Waves
* 16.1 Transverse and Longitudinal Wave Motion
* 16.2 Periodic Waves
* 16.3 The Superposition of Waves
* 16.4 Standing Waves
* 17. Sound
* 17.1 Sound Waves in Air
* 17.2 Intensity of Sound
* 17.3 The Speed of Sound; Standing Waves
* 17.4 The Doppler Effect
* 17.5 Diffraction
* 18. Motion of Fluids
* 18.1 Density and Flow Velocity
* 18.2 Incompressible Steady Flow; Streamlines
* 18.3 Pressure
* 18.4 Pressure in a Static Fluid
* 18.5 Archimedes’ Principle
* 18.6 Fluid Dynamics; Bernoulli’s Equation
* Part III. Temperature, Heat, and Thermodynamics
* 19. The Ideal Gas
* 19.1 The Ideal-Gas Law
* 19.2 The Temperature Scale
* 19.3 Kinetic Pressure
* 19.4 The Internal Energy of an Ideal Gas
* 20. Heat
* 20.1 Heat as a Form of Energy Transfer
* 20.2 Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids
* 20.3 Conduction of Heat
* 20.4 Changes of State
* 20.5 The Specific Heat of a Gas
* 20.6 Adiabatic Expansion of a Gas
* 21. Thermodynamics
* 21.1 The First Law of Thermodynamics
* 21.2 Heat Engines; The Carnot Engine
* 21.3 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
* 21.4 The Entropy

* Part IV. Electricity and Magnetism
* 22. Electric Force and Electric Charge
* 22.1 The Electrostatic Force
* 22.2 Coulomb’s Law
* 22.3 The Superposition of Electrical Forces
* 22.4 Charge Quantization and Charge Conservation
* 22.5 Conductors and Insulators; Frictional Electricity
* 23. The Electric Field
* 23.1 The Electrical Field
* 23.2 The Electric Field Due to Continuous Charge Distributions
* 23.3 Lines of Electric Field
* 23.4 Motion in a Uniform Electric Field
* 23.5 Electric Dipole in an Electric Field
* 24. Gauss’s Law
* 24.1 Electric Flux
* 24.2 Gauss’ Law
* 24.3 Applications of Gauss’ Law
* 24.4 Superposition
* 24.5 Conductors and Electric Fields
* 25. Electrostatic Potential and Energy
* 25.1 The Electrostatic Potential
* 25.2 Calculation of the Potential from the Field
* 25.3 Potential in Conductors
* 25.4 Calculation of the Field from the Potential
* 25.5 Energy of a System of Charged Conductors
* 26. Capacitors and Dielectrics
* 26.1 Capacitance
* 26.2 Capacitors in Combination
* 26.3 Dielectrics
* 26.4 Energy in Capacitors
* 27. Currents and Ohm’s Law
* 27.1 Electric Current
* 27.2 Resistance and Ohm’s Law
* 27.3 The Resistivity of Materials
* 27.4 Resistances in Combination
* 28. DC Circuits
* 28.1 Electromotive Force
* 28.2 Sources of Electromotive Force
* 28.3 Single-Loop Circuits
* 28.4 Multi-Loop Circuits
* 28.5 Energy in Circuits; Joule Heat
* 28.6 Electrical Measurements
* 28.7 The RC Circuit
* 28.8 The Hazards of Electric Currents
* 29. Magnetic Force and Field
* 29.1 The Magnetic Force
* 29.2 The Magnetic Field
* 29.3 Ampere’s Law
* 29.4 Solenoids and Magnets
* 29.5 The Biot-Savart Law
* 30. Charges and Currents in Magnetic Fields
* 30.1 Circular Motion in a Uniform Magnetic Field
* 30.2 Force on a Wire
* 30.3 Torque on a Loop
* 30.4 Magnetism in Materials
* 30.5 The Hall Effect
* 31. Electromagnetic Induction
* 31.1 Motional EMF
* 31.2 Faraday’s Law
* 31.3 Some Examples; Lenz’ Law
* 31.4 Inductance
* 31.5 Magnetic Energy
* 31.6 The RL Circuit
* 32. AC Circuits
* 32.1 Resistor Circuit
* 32.2 Capacitor Circuit
* 32.3 Inductor Circuit
* 32.4 Freely Oscillating LC and RLC Circuits
* 32.5 Series Circuits with Alternating EMF
* 32.6 Transformers
* Part V. Waves and Optics
* 33. Electromagnetic Waves
* 33.1 Induction of Magnetic Fields; Maxwell’s Equations
* 33.2 The Electromagnetic Wave Pulse
* 33.3 Plane Waves; Polarization
* 33.4 The Generation of Electromagnetic Waves
* 33.5 Energy of a Wave
* 33.6 The Wave Equation
* 34. Reflection, Refraction, and Optics
* 34.1 Huygens’s Construction
* 34.2 Reflection
* 34.3 Refraction
* 34.4 Spherical Mirrors
* 34.5 Thin Lenses
* 34.6 Optical Instruments
* 35. Interference and Diffraction
* 35.1 Thin Films
* 35.2 The Michelson Interferometer
* 35.3 Interference from Two Slits
* 35.4 Interference from Multiple Slits
* 35.5 Diffraction by a Single Slit
* 35.6 Diffraction by a Circular Aperture; Rayleigh’s Criterion

* Part VI. Relativity, Quanta and Particles
* 36. The Theory of Special Relativity
* 36.1 The Speed of Light; the Ether
* 36.2 Einstein’s Principle of Relativity
* 36.3 Time Dilation
* 36.4 Length Contraction
* 36.5 The Lorentz Transformations and the Combination of Velocities
* 36.6 Relativistic Momentum and Energy
* 36.7 Mass and Energy
* 37. Quanta of Light
* 37.1 Blackbody Radiation
* 37.2 Energy Quanta
* 37.3 Photons and the Photoelectric Effect
* 37.4 The Compton Effect
* 37.5 X Rays
* 37.6 Wave vs. Particle
* 38. Spectral Lines, Bohr’s Theory, and Quantum Mechanics
* 38.1 Spectral Lines
* 38.2 The Spectral Series of Hydrogen
* 38.3 The Nuclear Atom
* 38.4 Bohr’s Theory
* 38.5 Quantum Mechanics: The Schrödinger Equation
* 39. Quantum Structure of Atoms, Molecules, and Solids
* 39.1 Principal, Orbital, and Magnetic Quantum Numbers; Spin
* 39.2 The Exclusion Principle and the Structure of Atoms
* 39.3 Energy Levels in Molecules
* 39.4 Energy Bands in Solids
* 39.5 Semiconductor Devices
* 40. Nuclei
* 40.1 Isotopes
* 40.2 The Strong Force and the Binding Energy
* 40.3 Radioactivity
* 40.4 The Law of Radioactive Decay
* 40.5 Fission
* 40.6 Nuclear Bombs and Nuclear Reactors
* 40.7 Fusion
* 41. Elementary Particles and Cosmology
* 41.1 The Tools of High-Energy Physics
* 41.2 The Multitude of Particles
* 41.3 Interactions and Conservation Laws
* 41.4 Fields and Quanta
* 41.5 Quarks
* 41.6 Cosmology
* Appendixes
* A1: Greek Alphabet
* A2: Mathematics Review
* A2.1 Symbols
* A2.2 Powers and Roots
* A2.3 Arithmetic in Scientific Notation
* A2.4 Algebra
* A2.5 Equations with Two Unknowns
* A2.6 Logarithms and the Exponential Function
* A2.7 The Quadratic Formula
* A3: Geometry and Trigonometry Review
* A3.1 Perimeters, Areas, and Volumes
* A3.2 Angles
* A3.3 The Trigonometric Functions
* A3.4 The Trigonometric Identities
* A3.5 The Laws of Cosines and Sines
* A4: Calculus Review
* A4.1 Derivatives
* A4.2 Important Rules for Differentiation
* A4.3 Integrals
* A4.3 Important Rules for Integration
* A4.3 The Taylors Series
* A5: Propagating Uncertainties
* A6: The International System of Units (Si)
* A6.1 Base Units
* A6.2 Derived Units
* A6.3 Prefixes
* A7: Best Values of Fundamental Constants
* A8: Conversion Factors
* A9: The Periodic Table and Chemical Elements
* A10: Formula Sheets
* A11: Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems

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