A Text Book Of Engineering Mathematics Sem- I & II(CUSAT) By N.P.Bali, Dr. Remadevi.S
The underlying object of this book is to provide the readers with thorough understanding of topics included in the syllabus of mathematics for engineering students. This book is a part of the original book ‘‘A Textbook of Engineering Mathematics’’ (with 28 chapters and covering the syllabi of engineering courses of all semesters of all the Indian Universities) running its seventh edition and very well received by the students and teachers of all Indian Universities.
The new edition has been revised with lot of care, dedication and patience. The book has been divided into four modules containing 13 chapters and covers the entire portion in the B.Tech. First Year Cochin University Engineering Mathematics–I revised new syllabus.
Many new types of questions have been added, in examples as well as in exercises, to enhance the utility of the book. The book presents the subject matter in a very systematic, simple and lucid style, so that students can solve the questions on their own.
To make the students faimiliar with the university pattern, all the questions set in university papers have been included. The most outstanding and distinguishing feature of the book is the large number of typical solved examples followed by well graded problems.
Audience of the Book :
The book meets the requirements of students of B.Tech. first year classes of Cochin University Syllabus.
The main features of the book are as follows:
This book exactly covers the prescribed syllabus. Its approach is explanatory and language is lucid and communicable.
All fundamentals of the included topics are very clearly explained.
Sufficient number of solved examples have been given to let the students understand the various skills necessary to solve the problems.
Applications in different Engineering fields and in real life have been incorporated in the text to help to face similar problems.
Table of Contents:
MODULE-I (Differential Equations and Applications)
1. Differential Equations of First Order
2. Applications of Differential Equations of First Order
3. Linear Differential Equations
4. Applications of Linear Differential Equations
MODULE-II (Infinite Series and Power Series)
5. Infinite Series
6. Power Series
MODULE-III (Parital Differentiation and Co-ordinate Systems)
7. Partial Differentiation and Applications
8. Co-ordinate Systems
MODULE-IV (Integral Calculus)
9. Application of Definite Integrals-Rectification
11. Volumes of Solids of Revolution
12. Surface of Solids of Revolution
13. Multiple Integrals
Appendix-I : List of Important Formulae
Appendix-II : Some Important Curves