# Applied Mathematics for Science and Engineering by Larry A. Glasgow

By Larry A. Glasgow

Arrange scholars for achievement in utilizing utilized arithmetic for engineering perform and post-graduate studies
• strikes from one mathematical strategy to the subsequent maintaining reader curiosity and easing the applying of the techniques
• makes use of varied examples from chemical, civil, mechanical and diverse different engineering fields
• in response to a decade’s worthy of the authors lecture notes detailing the subject of utilized arithmetic for scientists and engineers
• Concisely writing with a variety of examples supplied together with old views in addition to a ideas handbook for tutorial adopters

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An equilibrium will be established among the three species: K= [ Ag+ ][Cl− ] , [ AgCl] where K is the equilibrium constant. Water itself is a weak electrolyte for which H 2 O ⇔ H + + OH−. At 25°C, Kw = [H+][OH−] = 1 × 10−14. In contrast, sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is a strong electrolyte that will almost completely dissociate in water. 2 g) to a liter of water, 1×10−14 = [H + ][OH− ], but with complete dissociation, [OH−] = 5 × 10−3, so [H+ ] = 1×10−14 = 2 ×10−12. 7. 0002 mol HCl in a liter of water at 25°C.

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We still wish to minimize a merit function developed from a set of simultaneous nonlinear algebraic equations, but our purpose is unlike previous examples in this chapter. Imagine we are seeking an approximate relationship (a correlation) that could be used to predict the likely attainable speed (S) achieved by a conventional ship hull. It is apparent that some of the important factors are displacement, hull length (L), beam (B), available horsepower (P), and hull shape. Of course, we know that certain dimensionless ratios such as Reynolds number, Froude number, and Euler number are important, but we are going to try a minimalist approach and not worry overtly about hydrodynamic forces.