Engineering Design: A Materials and Processing Approach
This 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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Reference 1 W. W. Garvin, "Introduction to Linear Programming," McGraw-Hill
Book Company, New York, 1960. M. Avriel, "Nonlinear Programming: Analysis
and Methods," Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1976. *C. S. Beightlcr
Another approach is to successively linearize the constraints and objective
function of a nonlinear problem and solve using the technique of linear
programming, Sec. 5-5. Sequential linear programming (SLP) is the name of the
method.1 The ...
Although the simplex method obviously is the hard way to solve a simple linear
programming problem, it definitely is the approach to use for a large problem
consisting of five or more terms. Because it consists of arithmetic steps, it is well ...
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