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*[[p. 348, line 6]]: the numerator for both expressions of G1 should be 10.
 
*[[p. 348, line 6]]: the numerator for both expressions of G1 should be 10.
 
*[[p. 349, caption to Figure 9.16]]: the numerator for G1 should be 4 in the numerator for G2 should be 9.
 
*[[p. 349, caption to Figure 9.16]]: the numerator for G1 should be 4 in the numerator for G2 should be 9.
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==Chapter 11==
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*[[p. 513, line 2]]: the coefficient is alpha^2, not alpha.

Revision as of 15:16, 16 February 2011

This page contains supplementary material for the book, Engineering Differential Equations: Theory and Applications, by Bill Goodwine. 2010, Springer.

Movies

Chapter 11 considers solutions to partial differential equations.

The One-Dimensional Wave Equation

Section 11.1 considers the one-dimensional wave equation.

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The One-Dimensional Heat Conduction Equation

Section 11.3 considers the one-dimensional heat conduction equation.

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The Two-Dimensional Heat Equation

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Vibrating Membranes

Partial differential equations describing vibrating membranes in rectangular and polar coordinates are considered in Section 11.5.

Section 11.5.1 presents the two-dimensional wave equation in rectangular coordinates.

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Sections 11.5.2-11.5.4 presents the wave equation in polar coordinates. The prototypical example would be a vibrating drum head.

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Errata

Chapter 6

  • p. 220, line -9: the superscript for the second term in the equation should be m-3.
  • p. 244, line -11: the first component of the vector on the far right should contain t, not tau.
  • p. 245, line 8: the matrix A7 does not have a set of n linearly-independent eigenvectors.

Chapter 9

Chapter 11