Advanced Engineering Mathematics

Author(s) Dennis G. Zill, Warren S. Wright
Publisher Jones & Bartlett Leading
Date 2012
Pages 1004
Format pdf
Size 71 Mb







Here is the fifth edition of this modern and world popular book by Dennis Zill, whose remarkably comprehensive work has been already recognized by the students and specialists because of the deep overview of numerous mat topics that are required for the students who are in the process of planning their careers in various fields of engineering/sciences.

One of the key features of this volume is the emphasis made by the author on the differential equations as math models and the discussion of the pitfalls and constructs of each of them. The publication is considered a full collection of the relevant topics usually covered within the engineering mathematics courses. The book has been designed max flexible in order to meet all needs of different course offerings that usually range from ordinary equations up to the vector calculus.

This revised edition of the title offers its readers a completely re-arranged project section adding some clarity to the main course material; moreover, some new content has been added to the main text of the book, when compared to the previous edition. This is a very useful book to be used as a quick reference tool by the students in any field of engineering. One of the very well-known and highly recommended books on engineering mathematics.

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