ISBN 9788174092489,Numerical Methods in Engineering and Science (Includes Programs in Fortran - 77, C and C++)

Numerical Methods in Engineering and Science (Includes Programs in Fortran - 77, C and C++)


B.S. Grewal


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ISBN 9788174092489

Khanna Publisher

Publication Year 2010

ISBN 9788174092489

ISBN-10 817409248X

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Edition 10th
Number of Pages 699 Pages
Language (English)


This book provides a clear and precise exposition of modern numerical techniques. It is designed as a suitable text-book for engineering and science students up to the postgraduate level. Each method is illustrated by a number of solved examples followed by properly graded problems, some of which have been selected from various University and professional examination papers. Basic Concepts & General Information has been given in the begining. As programming is becoming more and more popular, Numerical techniques using C and C++ have been explained in the last three chapters. Each of the programs has been successfully run on a computer and tested on examples solved earlier. This will enable the reader to become more conscious of the power of modern computational techniques. An exhaustive list of 'Objective Type of Questions' is given in an Appendix besides Answers to Problems and Standard Tables. An introdcution to MATLAB for technical computation is also given at end.

Table of Contents
Approximations and Errors in Computation Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations Solution of Simultaneous Algebraic Equations Matrix Inversion and Eigen-Value Problems Empirical Laws and Curve-fitting Finite Differences Interpolation Numerical Differentiation and Integration Difference Equations Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations Linear Programming A Brief of Review of Computers Numerical Methods using C Language Numerical Methods using C++ Language Numerical Methods using MATLAB Appendix