Published December 15, 2001
by Wiley .
Written in English
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: Solving Dynamics Problems in Maple by Brian Harper t/a Engineering Mechanics Dynamics 6th Edition by Meriam and Kraige (): Meriam, J. . If Maple is the computer algebra system you need to use for your engineering calculations and graphical output, this reference will be a valuable tutorial for your studies. Written as a guidebook for students taking the Engineering Statics course, Solving Statics Problems in Maple will help you with your engineering assignments throughout the /5(11). Solving Equations This worksheet contains various commented examples that demonstrate the Maple powerful equation solver, solve. An Introduction to the solve Command The first example, which is the canonical example for this algorithm, is the following. Michael Spektor holds a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering. His experience includes work in industry and academia in the former Soviet Union, Israel, and the U.S. He is also the author of Solving Engineering Problems in Dynamics, and Applied Dynamics in Engineering (Industrial Press, Inc.). Professor Spektor has taught courses in Material Science, Dynamics, Strength of Cited by: 1.
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