Best Applied Physics Books
Here you will get Best Applied Physics Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. Physics: Principles with Applications (7th Edition) – Standalone book
Author: by Douglas Giancoli
NOTE: This book DOES NOT include an Access Code Elegant, engaging, exacting, and concise, Giancoli’s Physics: Principles with Applications , Seventh Edition, helps you view the world through eyes that know physics. Giancoli’s text is a trusted classic, known for its elegant writing, clear presentation, and quality of content.
Using concrete observations and experiences you can relate to, the text features an approach that reflects how science is actually practiced: it starts with the specifics, then moves to the great generalizations and the more formal aspects of a topic to show you why we believe what we believe.
Written with the goal of giving you a thorough understanding of the basic concepts of physics in all its aspects, the text uses interesting applications to biology, medicine, architecture, and digital technology to show you how useful physics is to your everyday life and in your future profession.
2. Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
Author: by David J. Griffiths
Cambridge University Press
Changes and additions to the new edition of this classic textbook include a new chapter on symmetries, new problems and examples, improved explanations, more numerical problems to be worked on a computer, new applications to solid state physics, and consolidated treatment of time-dependent potentials.
3. College Physics for the AP® Physics 1 Course
Author: by Gay Stewart
W. H. Freeman
College Physics for the AP Physics 1 Course is the first textbook to integrate AP skill-building and exam prep into a comprehensive college-level textbook, providing students and teachers with the resources they need to be successful in AP Physics 1. Throughout the textbook you’ll find AP Exam Tips, AP practice problems, and complete AP Practice Exams, with each section of the textbook offering a unique skill-building approach.
Strong media offerings include online homework with built-in tutorials to provide just-in-time feedback. College Physics provides students with the support they need to be successful on the AP exam and in the college classroom.
4. Science and Cooking: Physics Meets Food, From Homemade to Haute Cuisine
Author: by Michael Brenner
Based on the popular Harvard University and edX course, Science and Cooking explores the scientific basis of why recipes work. The spectacular culinary creations of modern cuisine are the stuff of countless articles and social media feeds. But to a scientist they are also perfect pedagogical explorations into the basic scientific principles of cooking.
In Science and Cooking, Harvard professors Michael Brenner, Pia Srensen, and David Weitz bring the classroom to your kitchen to teach the physics and chemistry underlying every recipe. Why do we knead bread? What determines the temperature at which we cook a steak, or the amount of time our chocolate chip cookies spend in the oven?
Science and Cooking answers these questions and more through hands-on experiments and recipes from renowned chefs such as Christina Tosi, Joanne Chang, and Wylie Dufresne, all beautifully illustrated in full color. With engaging introductions from revolutionary chefs and collaborators Ferran Adria and Jos Andrs, Science and Cooking will change the way you approach both subjectsin your kitchen and beyond.
5. The Art and Science of Staff Fighting: A Complete Instructional Guide (Martial Science)
Author: by Varady
YMAA Publication Center
NINE LEVELS, EASY TO EXPERT This book stands apart from other staff training manuals. While most titles focus on forms and twirling, The Art and Science of Staff Fighting emphasizes the dynamics of combat. The author draws on thirty years of martial experience, presenting the best of both Eastern and Western traditions.
Joe Varady lays out a comprehensive course of study in nine levels, from beginner to expert. He guides readers through such fundamentals as stances, striking, blocking, and footwork. In advanced lessons, readers learn disarming techniques, groundwork, and facing multiple opponents.
But this book is not just for staff enthusiasts. Even those unfamiliar with martial arts can adapt these techniques, increasing their skill and confidence in defending themselves. “Our environment is usually full of improvised weapons, Varady writes. Staff fighting techniques can be effectively applied in a self-defense situation using a walking stick, coatrack, curtain rod, floor lamp, hockey stick, fallen tree branch, broom, mop, shovel, or rake.
6. Physics of the Future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100
Author: by Michio Kaku
Space elevators.Internet-enabled contact lenses. Cars that fly by floating on magnetic fields. This is the stuff of science fictionit’s also daily life in the year 2100. Renowned theoretical physicist Michio Kaku details the developments in computer technology, artificial intelligence, medicine, space travel, and more, that are poised to happen over the next hundred years.
He also considers how these inventions will affect the world economy, addressing the key questions: Who will have jobs? Which nations will prosper? Kaku interviews three hundred of the world’s top scientistsworking in their labs on astonishing prototypes. He also takes into account the rigorous scientific principles that regulate how quickly, how safely, and how far technologies can advance.
In Physics of the Future, Kaku forecasts a century of earthshaking advances in technology that could make even the last centuries’ leaps and bounds seem insignificant.
7. Ideas And Opinions
Author: by Albert Einstein
A collection of insightful and thought provoking essays from one of the greatest thinkers of the twentieth centuryA new edition of the most definitive collection of Albert Einstein’s popular writings, gathered under the supervision of Einstein himself. The selections range from his earliest days as a theoretical physicist to his death in 1955; from such subjects as relativity, nuclear war or peace, and religion and science, to human rights, economics, and government.
8. Quantum Physics For Beginners: The Step by Step Guide To Discover All The Mind-Blowing Secrets Of Quantum Physics And How You Unknowingly Use Its Most Famous Theories Every Day
Author: by Michael Rutherford
The must-have guide to learn the basics and history of Quantum Physics if you haven’t studied it in school or are just starting out. Many people who become interested in Quantum Physics after completing their studies are convinced that:”It’s too late to learn Quantum Physics””I won’t understand anything””I need a professor to explain the basics to me”ButThose people remain interested in the subject and are dying to learn it, don’t they?
Well, let me give you a GREAT news:None of this is true. Quantum Physics can be learned very well as a self-taught without the help of a professor. Now someone will be thinking: “But I have already picked up a book of Quantum Physics and I didn’t understand anything!”Of course you didn’t!
You need the book that bridges the gap between the place you’re now (I don’t know anything about Quantum Physics) to the place you aim to be (I perfectly understand the basics of Quantum Physics) – and nothing overly complicated.
This guide was born solely to bridge that gap. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll find in it:The most complete introduction of WHAT is Quantum Physics (childproof)All the basics you need to know without which you cannot understand more advanced conceptsAll the most famous theories simply explained (like the Heisenberg one’s)How do you unknowingly use Quantum Physics in your everyday life (mind blowing)And so much moreAVOID throwing money into overly complicated books that are useless now.
9. Fight Like a Physicist: The Incredible Science Behind Martial Arts (Martial Science)
Author: by Jason Thalken Ph.D.
YMAA Publication Center
An in-depth look into the physics behind martial arts. Whether you are an experienced martial artist or a curious enthusiast, this book gives you an unfair advantage by unraveling the complex science of effective fighting techniques and examining the core principles that make them work.Did you know?
Momentum is for knocking people over Energy is for breaking bones and causing pain A haymaker travels 3. 14159 times farther than a jab You are only an object when you are rigid Fight Like a Physicist blends inquiry, skepticism, and irreverent humorall while punching holes in myth and mysticism.
Highlights include Making physics your unfair advantage, in the ring and on the street Examining center of mass, pi, levers, wedges, angular momentum, and linear momentum for martial artists Reducing traumatic brain injury in contact sports Exposing the illusion of safety provided by gloves and helmets Overturning conventional wisdom on compliance during an assault Busting up Hollywood action clichs Fight Like a Physicist reads like a manifesto on the rational practice of martial arts.
10. Molecular Gastronomy: Exploring the Science of Flavor (Arts and Traditions of the Table Perspectives on Culinary History)
Author: by Hervé This
Columbia University Press
January 4, 2006
Taking kitchen science to a whole new (molecular) level, Herv This is changing the way France-and the worldcooks. Gourmet Bringing the instruments and experimental techniques of the laboratory into the kitchen, Herv Thisinternational celebrity and founder of molecular gastronomyuses recent research in the chemistry, physics, and biology of food to challenge traditional ideas about cooking and eating.
What he discovers will entertain, instruct, and intrigue cooks, gourmets, and scientists alike. Molecular Gastronomy is filled with practical tips, provocative suggestions, and penetrating insights. This begins by reexamining and debunking a variety of time-honored rules and dictums about cooking and presents new and improved ways of preparing a variety of dishes from quiches and quenelles to steak and hard-boiled eggs.
Looking to the future, This imagines new cooking methods and proposes novel dishes. A chocolate mousse without eggs? A flourless chocolate cake baked in the microwave? Molecular Gastronomy explains how to make them. This also shows us how to cook perfect French fries, why a souffl rises and falls, how long to cool champagne, when to season a steak, the right way to cook pasta, how the shape of a wine glass affects the taste of wine, why chocolate turns white, and how salt modifies tastes.
11. Smart Change: Five Tools to Create New and Sustainable Habits in Yourself and Others
Author: by Art Markman PhD
An insightful guide that shows how habits of behavior are formed, and how we can transform bad habits into positive behaviors in ourselves and others. Smart Change explores the psychological mechanisms that form and maintain habits in individuals and groups and offers real, accessible and actionable advice for changing habits.
In an engaging narrative, Markman covers a wide range of habits, from individual behaviors like eating better and exercising regularly to work-related behaviors such as learning effectively and influencing customers’ purchases. He proposes that there are five effective tools to help individuals change behavior and to help people influence the habits of the people around them:1.
Tame the Go system: Identify the triggers of habits, replace old behaviors with new ones and generate specific plans to deal with obstacles.2. Harness the Stop system: Learn to deal with stress and other factors that hinder the development of new and positive habits.3.
Optimize your goals. Determine the course of behavior change and how to successfully incorporate those changes for the long term.4. Manage your environment: Change your surroundings to dramatically reduce poor behavior and habits.5. Engage your Neighbors: To affect other people’s behavior, understand the shared culture that creates a mutual dependency, and allows neighbors and colleagues to have a profound positive influence on the behavior of other members of their community.
12. A Student's Guide to Vectors and Tensors (Student's Guides)
Author: by Daniel A. Fleisch
Cambridge University Press
Vectors and tensors are among the most powerful problem-solving tools available, with applications ranging from mechanics and electromagnetics to general relativity. Understanding the nature and application of vectors and tensors is critically important to students of physics and engineering. Adopting the same approach used in his highly popular A Student’s Guide to Maxwell’s Equations, Fleisch explains vectors and tensors in plain language.
Written for undergraduate and beginning graduate students, the book provides a thorough grounding in vectors and vector calculus before transitioning through contra and covariant components to tensors and their applications. Matrices and their algebra are reviewed on the book’s supporting website, which also features interactive solutions to every problem in the text where students can work through a series of hints or choose to see the entire solution at once.
Audio podcasts give students the opportunity to hear important concepts in the book explained by the author.
13. Liquid Rules: The Delightful and Dangerous Substances That Flow Through Our Lives
Author: by Mark Miodownik
Sometimes explosive, often delicious, occasionally poisonous, but always interesting: the New York Times best-selling author of Stuff Matters show us the secret lives of liquids: the shadow counterpart of our solid stuff. We know that we need water to survive, and that a cup of coffee or a glass of wine can feel just as vital.
But do we understand how much we rely on liquids, or their destructive power? Set on a transatlantic flight, Liquid Rules offers readers a tour of these formless substances, told through the language of molecules, droplets, heartbeats, and ocean waves.
We encounter fluids within the planefrom hand soap to liquid crystal display screensand without: in the volcanoes of Iceland, the frozen expanse of Greenland, and the marvelous California coastline. We come to see liquids with wonder and fascination, and to understand their potential for death and destruction.
Just as in Stuff Matters, Mark Miodownik’s unique brand of scientific storytelling brings liquids to life in a captivating new way.
14. Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration of the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation and Time Travel
Author: by Michio Kaku
April 3, 2008
Physics of the Impossible takes us on a journey to the frontiers of science and beyond, giving us an exhilarating insight into what we can really hope to achieve in the future. Everyday we see that what was once declared ‘impossible’ by scientists has become part of our everyday lives: fax machines, glass sky-scrapers, gas-powered automobiles and a worldwide communications network.
Here internationally bestselling author Micho Kaku confidently hurdles today’s frontier of science, revealing the actual possibilities of perpetual motion, force fields, invisibility, ray guns, anti-gravity and anti-matter, teleportation, telepathy, psychokinesis, robots and cyborgs, time travel, zero-point energy, even extraterrestrial life.
And he shows how few of these ideas actually violate the laws of physics. Where does the realm of science fiction end? What can we really hope to achieve? ‘Anything that is not impossible, is mandatory!’ declares Kaku in this lucid, entertaining and enlightening read.
15. The Physics of Nascar: The Science Behind the Speed
Author: by Diandra Leslie-Pelecky
A physicist explores the science of speed racing and the #1 spectator sport in America in the perfect gift for both NASCAR and science fans. Every NASCAR fanat one time or anotherasks the same question: Why isn’t my favorite driver winning?
This is your chance to discover how much more there is to NASCAR than Go fast, turn left and don’t crash. If you’ve ever wondered why racecars don’t have mufflers, how bump drafting works, or what in the world Let’s go up a pound on the right rear and add half a round of wedge means, The Physics of NASCAR is for you.
In this fast-paced investigation into the adrenaline-pumping world of NASCAR, a physicist with a passion uncovers what happens when the rubber hits the road and 800-horsepower vehicles compete at 190 miles per hour only inches from one another. Diandra Leslie-Pelecky tells her story in terms anyone who drives a carand maybe occasionally looks under the hood-can understand.
How do drivers walk away from serious crashes? How can two cars travel faster together than either car can on its own? How do you dress for a 1800F gasoline fire? In simple yet detailed, high-octane prose, this is the ultimate thrill ride for armchair speed demons, auto science buffs, and NASCAR fans at every level of interest.
16. Physics: Principles with Applications (6th Edition) (Updated)
Author: by Douglas C. Giancoli
Pearson Prentice Hall
This new updated version, besides correcting all known errors, adds an important and novel pedagogic feature: each Chapter begins with a Chapter-Opening Question. The multiple-choice responses provided include common student misconceptions. By getting preconceived notions out in the open at the start of each Chapter, it is hoped students will learn the physics better.