Best Engineering in Physics Books
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1. Primary Composition Notebook Story Paper Journal: Dashed Midline And Picture Space School Exercise Book | 120 Story Pages | Red – Rocket (Outer Space Astronomy Series)
Author: by Petit Papillon Bleu
Primary Composition Notebook – Story Journal For Grades K-2 & 3Features Half Picture Space, Half Skip Line Spacing Large 8″x10″ (20.3×25. 4 cm) – 60 Sheets/120 Pages Softcover school notebook or composition book for kids in the early Grades K-2 & 3 Compatible with the commonly used D’Nealian, Zaner-Bloser and McDoughal Littell handwriting methods 5/8″ ruling, 5/16″ dashed midline & 5/16″ skip space Thicker baseline and slightly wider midline dashes makes handwriting practice easier for young learners A fun and colorful rocketship design that’s appealing to children of all agesSee our other styles in the Outer Space Astronomy series including Handwriting Practice Paper pages and Wide Ruled/Lined pages, search “Petit Papillon Bleu” on Amazon to see them all.
2. How To: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems from Randall Munroe of xkcd
Author: by Randall Munroe
Randall Munroe is .. .’Nerd royalty’ Ben Goldacre’Totally brilliant’ Tim Harford’Laugh-out-loud funny’ Bill Gates’Wonderful’ Neil GaimanAN INSTANT #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERThe world’s most entertaining and useless self-help guide, from the brilliant mind behind the wildly popular webcomic xkcd and the million-selling What If?
And Thing Explainer For any task you might want to do, there’s a right way, a wrong way, and a way so monumentally bad that no one would ever try it. How To is a guide to the third kind of approach.
It’s full of highly impractical advice for everything from landing a plane to digging a hole. ‘How strange science can fix everyday problems’ New Scientist’A brilliant book: clamber in for a wild ride’ Nature
3. Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics
Author: by Constantine A. Balanis
Balanis’ second edition of Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics a global best-seller for over 20 years covers the advanced knowledge engineers involved in electromagnetic need to know, particularly as the topic relates to the fast-moving, continually evolving, and rapidly expanding field of wireless communications.
The immense interest in wireless communications and the expected increase in wireless communications systems projects (antenna, microwave and wireless communication) points to an increase in the number of engineers needed to specialize in this field. In addition, the Instructor Book Companion Site contains a rich collection of multimedia resources for use with this text.
Resources include: Ready-made lecture notes in Power Point format for all the chapters. Forty-nine MATLAB programs to compute, plot and animate some of the wave phenomena Nearly 600 end-of-chapter problems, that’s an average of 40 problems per chapter (200 new problems; 50% more than in the first edition) A thoroughly updated Solutions Manual 2500 slides for Instructors are included.
4. Quantum Physics for Beginners: Discover The Most Mind-Blowing Quantum Physics Theories Made Easy to Understand the Secrets and Wonders of the Science that is Changing our Lives
Author: by Elliot Berg
If are you looking for expand your knowledge to the outermost limits of the universe and beyond, even if you are afraid it will be too difficult to understand, then this is the definitely right place for you. You don’t need to be a genius or an academic to uncover the secrets of quantum mechanics, you just need a curious and open mind.
If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet. Niels BohrHow can we disagree with Bohr? The laws of quantum physics are compelling, mysterious and at the same time govern our daily life: from superconductors to the internet, from medical imaging to computers; our technology is based on theories we don’t yet fully understand.
The fascinating laws of quantum mechanics are even the basis for the plot of our favorite movies and TV series. But even if they had such a huge impact on our technology and pop culture they are still an unresolved mystery.
Even famous physicists who contributed to quantum mechanics refuted the idea at first and some of them did not accept it at all. It is a weird, incomplete, widely discussed, and differently interpreted theory that never the less shapes our reality.
5. Why You Can’t Catch a Rocket to Mars: Some Personal Reflections on Science and Society, by Lyndon N. Smith
Author: by Prof Lyndon Neal Smith PhD
Hey you, all lovers of science and technology, this richly illustrated book is for you, no matter what age and what level of understanding of physics you have. This is a combination of humour and scientific insight at its best.
The author, Lyndon N. Smith, a highly-acclaimed British academic, explains in a unique, provocative, and accessible way the past and present approaches of scientific endeavour and invites you to a discussion about the fascinating technological developments that we may expect to see in the future.
This is popular science with a twist both entertaining and educational! You will be taken on a journey touching on more conventional topics such as transport, robotics and manufacturing to the more exciting ones such as artificial intelligence, nanotechnology and rocketry.
The author discusses the effects we may expect such advanced technologies to have on our lives, including the prospects for extending life and achieving interstellar travel, with all their astonishing implications. Physics students, academics or laymen, be ready to be entertained!
6. Physics for Science and Engineering
Author: by Jerry B. Marion
The incredible book behind the primetime Channel 4 documentary, Peter: The Human Cyborg’A remarkable account of what it means to be human and what technology can really achieve’ Sunday Telegraph’Peter’s story is one of the most extraordinary you will ever hear.
I urge people to read it’ Stephen Fry’A remarkable story … You’re left desperate to take nothing for granted’ Radio Times _ Peter, a brilliant scientist, is told that he will lose everything he loves.His husband.His family.His friends. His ability to travel the world.All will be gone.
But Peter will not give up. He vows that this will not be the end and instead seeks a completely new beginning … Peter has Motor Neurone Disease, a condition universally considered by doctors to be terminal. He is told it will destroy his nerve cells and that within about two years, it will take his life too.
But, face-to-face with death, he decides there is another way. Using his background in science and technology, he navigates a new path, one that will enable him not just to survive, but to thrive. This is the astonishing true story about Peter Scott-Morgan: the first person to combine his very humanity with artificial intelligence and robotics to become a full Cyborg.
8. Have You Seen a Self-Driving Car?
Author: by Anna Prakash-Ashton PH.D.
Have You Seen a Self-Driving Car? The answer is probably no but not for long! The future is almost upon us, and soon self-driving driverless cars will be as common around your neighbourhood as regular old cars are now. Is your child ready for autonomous driving?
In Have You Seen a Self-Driving Car?, engineer Anna Prakash-Ashton, PhD and Elaina Ashton embark upon an exciting journey to explain just how self-driving cars work, their benefits, challenges and what they mean for you and me. Fully illustrated and filled to the brim with fun, futuristic, and educational information your children will love reading through.
Have You Ever Seen a Self-Driving Car? Is the perfect way to prepare your children for the world of tomorrow while, at the same time, planting in them a curiosity for technology that may one day grow into a fully-fledged passion.
Have You Seen a Self-Driving Car? Is suitable for ages 5+.
9. Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Extended Version: 001
Author: by Paul M. Fishbane
Pearson College Div
Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Extended Version, Vol. 1 [hardcover] Fishbane, Paul M.,Gasiorowicz, Stephen,Thornton, Stephen T.[Dec 01, 1992]
10. Fundamentals of Medical Imaging
Author: by Paul Suetens
Cambridge University Press
This third edition provides a concise and generously illustrated survey of the complete field of medical imaging and image computing, explaining the mathematical and physical principles and giving the reader a clear understanding of how images are obtained and interpreted.
Medical imaging and image computing are rapidly evolving fields, and this edition has been updated with the latest developments in the field, as well as new images and animations. An introductory chapter on digital image processing is followed by chapters on the imaging modalities: radiography, CT, MRI, nuclear medicine and ultrasound.
Each chapter covers the basic physics and interaction with tissue, the image reconstruction process, image quality aspects, modern equipment, clinical applications, and biological effects and safety issues. Subsequent chapters review image computing and visualization for diagnosis and treatment. Engineers, physicists and clinicians at all levels will find this new edition an invaluable aid in understanding the principles of imaging and their clinical applications.
11. QUALITY ENGINEERING: Journal, Notes, Ideas, Actions, Checklists, Log (Quality Engineering Quality Control Quality Assurance and Reliability Journals and Notebooks)
Author: by Just Visualize It
Track Action Items , Meeting Project Notes, with Checklists and TimingRecord Your Wins and AccomplishmentsGreat for Performance Reviews and Tracking Actions Completed for Goals 2 Page layout for each day or eventPriority Task or Project List Action Checklist with Timing TargetsDot Pattern ‘Sketch or Note ‘ AreaLined Note paperTable for data recording Page Dimensions: 8.
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12. Lecture Notes on Principles of Plasma Processing
Author: by Francis F. Chen
December 6, 2012
Plasma processing of semiconductors is an interdisciplinary field requiring knowledge of both plasma physics and chemical engineering. The two authors are experts in each of these fields, and their collaboration results in the merging of these fields with a common terminology.
Basic plasma concepts are introduced painlessly to those who have studied undergraduate electromagnetics but have had no previous exposure to plasmas. Unnecessarily detailed derivations are omitted; yet the reader is led to understand in some depth those concepts, such as the structure of sheaths, that are important in the design and operation of plasma processing reactors.
Physicists not accustomed to low-temperature plasmas are introduced to chemical kinetics, surface science, and molecular spectroscopy. The material has been condensed to suit a nine-week graduate course, but it is sufficient to bring the reader up to date on current problems such as copper interconnects, low-k and high-k dielectrics, and oxide damage.