An unparalleled collection, this volume features 566 problems plus answers. They cover a wide range of topics in an accessible manner, including steady-state harmonic oscillations, the Fourier method, and the eigenfunction method for solving inhomogeneous problems. More advanced problems deal with in... read more
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An unparalleled collection, this volume features 566 problems plus answers. They cover a wide range of topics in an accessible manner, including steady-state harmonic oscillations, the Fourier method, and the eigenfunction method for solving inhomogeneous problems. More advanced problems deal with integral transforms, curvilinear coordinates, and integral equations. 1965 edition.
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