One of the really nice aspects of the computer analysis of physical problems Chapter 5 lies in the simple manner with which ... One of the most powerful underlying principles of classical mechanics is the fact that once the initial conditions and the laws of ... By aquot;unsolvedaquot; we mean that the solutions cannot be expressed in closed form without restrictive approximations. ... Imagine performing a Taylor expansion on the acceleration as a function of time at a point in space along theanbsp;...

Title | : | Scientific and engineering problem-solving with the computer |

Author | : | William Ralph Bennett |

Publisher | : | Prentice Hall - 1976 |

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