Physics for Engineers and Scientists
Third Edition
Ebook
Volume(s): 3 / Parts 6 / Chapters 3641
Hans C. Ohanian (Author, University of Vermont), John T. Markert (Author, University of Texas, Austin)
Designed for the introductory calculusbased physics course, Physics for Engineers and Scientists is distinguished by its lucid exposition and accessible coverage of fundamental physical concepts.
The text presents a modern view of classical mechanics and electromagnetism for today's science and engineering students, including coverage of optics and quantum physics and emphasizing the relationship between macroscopic and microscopic phenomena.
Organized to address specific concepts and then build on them, this highly readable text divides each chapter into short, focused sections followed by review questions. Using realworld examples, the authors offer a glimpse of the practical applications of physics in science and engineering, developing a solid conceptual foundation before introducing mathematical results and derivations (a basic knowledge of derivatives and integrals is assumed).
Book Details
 Ebook
 April 2008

ISBN 9780393111316
 336 pages
 Volume(s): 3 / Parts 6 / Chapters 3641
 License Term (days): 720
 Sales Territory: Worldwide
Other Formats

Extended Third Edition / Ebook
Parts 16 / Chapters 141

Third Edition / Ebook
Volume(s): 1 / Parts 13 / Chapters 121

Third Edition / Ebook
Volume(s): 2 / Parts 45 / Chapters 2236

Regular Third Edition / Hardcover
Parts 15 / Chapters 136