## Engineering Design: A Materials and Processing ApproachThis popular engineering design text covers the many factors influencing the design process, including technical, social, and economic considerations. Covered in detail is the topic of "materials selection" (the author's forte). This edition includes, material on computer aided design and new problems and exercises throughout. The text is aimed at the senior level course in design offered in both mechanical and materials science engineering departments. |

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Page 168

The mathematical model of a lumped-parameter system is expressed by

differential

differential

linear differential ...

The mathematical model of a lumped-parameter system is expressed by

differential

**equations**, and a distributed-parameter system leads to partialdifferential

**equations**. Systems that can be represented by linear models, i.e.,linear differential ...

Page 193

In contrast to the analytical methods that often require the use of higher-level

mathematics, the finite-element method is based on simple algebraic

However, an FEM solution may require hundreds of simultaneous

...

In contrast to the analytical methods that often require the use of higher-level

mathematics, the finite-element method is based on simple algebraic

**equations**.However, an FEM solution may require hundreds of simultaneous

**equations**with...

Page 511

This is done by taking the partial derivatives of Eq. (11.50) with respect to a and b

and setting the resulting

11-51) ^-2|(« + ^-^,-0 If the terms within the patentheses are separated, the two ...

This is done by taking the partial derivatives of Eq. (11.50) with respect to a and b

and setting the resulting

**equations**equal to zero. ^ = 2f,(a + bxl-yl) = 0 oa ,-i 2 n (11-51) ^-2|(« + ^-^,-0 If the terms within the patentheses are separated, the two ...

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### Contents

Design in a Broader Context | 54 |

Design Methods | 105 |

Modeling and Simulation | 162 |

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