Handbook Of Research On Computational Intelligence For Engineering Science And Business

Author: Bhattacharyya, Siddhartha
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466625198
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Handbook Of Research On Computational Intelligence For Engineering Science And Business from the Author: Bhattacharyya, Siddhartha. Using the same strategy for the needs of image processing and pattern recognition, scientists and researchers have turned to computational intelligence for better research throughputs and end results applied towards engineering, science, business and financial applications. Handbook of Research on Computational Intelligence for Engineering, Science, and Business discusses the computation intelligence approaches, initiatives and applications in the engineering, science and business fields. This reference aims to highlight computational intelligence as no longer limited to computing-related disciplines and can be applied to any effort which handles complex and meaningful information.

Failure Analysis Case Studies Ii

Author: D.R.H. Jones
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080545556
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Failure Analysis Case Studies Ii from the Author: D.R.H. Jones. The first book of Failure Analysis Case Studies selected from volumes 1, 2 and 3 of the journal Engineering Failure Analysis was published by Elsevier Science in September 1998. The book has proved to be a sought-after and widely used source of reference material to help people avoid or analyse engineering failures, design and manufacture for greater safety and economy, and assess operating, maintenance and fitness-for-purpose procedures. In the last three years, Engineering Failure Analysis has continued to build on its early success as an essential medium for the publication of failure analysis cases studies and papers on the structure, properties and behaviour of engineering materials as applied to real problems in structures, components and design. Failure Analysis Case Studies II comprises 40 case studies describing the analysis of real engineering failures which have been selected from volumes 4, 5 and 6 of Engineering Failure Analysis. The case studies have been arranged in sections according to the specific type of failure mechanism involved. The failure mechanisms covered are overload, creep, brittle fracture, fatigue, environmental attack, environmentally assisted cracking and bearing failures. The book constitutes a reference set of real failure investigations which should be useful to professionals and students in most branches of engineering.

High Energy Physics

Author: E Burhop
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0323157254
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High Energy Physics from the Author: E Burhop. High Energy Physics, Volume V is a collection of papers that discusses photo- and electro-production processes, Reggae phenomenology, and quantum electrodynamics. The book explains the details involved in pion photo-production and electro-production, such as the kinematics, the choice of invariant amplitudes, the multipole amplitude, helicity amplitude expansions of the transition matrix, cross section, polarization formulas. The text also discusses high energy phenomenology using Regge poles, particularly on finite energy sum rules (FESR), duality, the Veneziano model, and Regge cuts. The Veneziano model, a form of amplitude combining low energy resonances and high energy Regge behavior in an analytic and crossing-symmetric ways, satisfies FESR. The model also provides a true realization of duality. The book analyzes evidence on the validity of quantum electrodynamics showing no grave discrepancies that are present between quantum electrodynamics and experiments. The text then describes the low energy tests and the high energy tests (including those with storage rings). The book can prove useful for theoretical physicists, investigators of quantum mechanics, and professors of advance physics.

Advances In Electrochemical Science And Engineering

Author: Heinz Gerischer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527616853
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Advances In Electrochemical Science And Engineering from the Author: Heinz Gerischer. This is the second volume of the new series which continues the highly successful 'Advances in Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering'. The series covers advanced topics in the area of fundamental and applied electrochemistry and engineering. Authors are selected with great care and usually represent the best talent available world-wide. The positive response by scientists worldwide to the new series is reflected in the following excerpts from reviews of the first volume: 'The editors must be congratulated on the first volume of this reborn series, which will be read with pleasure and profit by many.' Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 'This new book - and indeed the new series - can be recommended to all electrochemists in research and teaching as well as to all engineers and chemists in industry who are interested in recent developments in the field of electrochemistry.' Chemie - Ingenieur - Technik '... competently and clearly written.' Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft fur Physikalische Chemie

The Engineering Of Sport

Author: Steve Haake
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9789054108221
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The Engineering Of Sport from the Author: Steve Haake. Science and technology has been used more and more in the last few decades to gain advantage over competitors. Quite often, however, the actual science involved is not published because a suitable journal cannot be found. The Engineering of Sport brings together work from a very diverse range of subjects including Engineering, Physics, Materials and Biomechanics. The Engineering of Sport represent work which was represented at the 1st International Conference on the Engineering of Sport held in Sheffield, UK in July 1996. Many sports were represented and the material covered split into nine topics covering aerodynamics, biomechanics, design, dynamics, instrumentation, materials, mechanics, modelling, motion analysis, and vibrations. It should be of interest to specialists in all areas of sports research.

Style And Ethics Of Communication In Science And Engineering

Author: Jay Dowell Humphrey
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
ISBN: 1598292986
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Style And Ethics Of Communication In Science And Engineering from the Author: Jay Dowell Humphrey. Scientists and engineers seek to discover and disseminate knowledge so that it can be used to improve the human condition. Style and Ethics of Communication in Science and Engineering serves as a valuable aid in this pursuit-it can be used as a textbook for undergraduate or graduate courses on technical communication and ethics, a reference book for senior design courses, or a handbook for young investigators and beginning faculty members. In addition to presenting methods for writing clearly and concisely and improving oral presentations, this compact book provides practical guidelines for preparing theses, dissertations, journal papers for publication, and proposals for research funding. Issues of authorship, peer review, plagiarism, recordkeeping, and copyright are addressed in detail, and case studies of research misconduct are presented to highlight the need for proactive attention to scientific integrity. Ample exercises cause the reader to stop and think. Style and Ethics of Communication in Science and Engineering thus motivates the reader to develop an effective, individual style of communication and a personal commitment to integrity, each of which are essential to success in the workplace. Table of Contents: Motivation / Writing Well / Scientific Publications / Proposals and Grant Applications / Oral Communication / Authorship / Recordkeeping / Ownership of Ideas, Data, and Publications