# Engineering Mathematics-II

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• ISBN : 9789355017611
• Pages : 460
• Binding : Paperback
• Language : English
• Imprint : S Chand Publishing
• Size : 6.50*9.25

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Engineering Mathematics-II has been conceptualized specifically for the First-Year students of Sri Sairam Engineering College of all programmes of engineering. It covers important topics such as Differentiation of Vector, Vector Integration, Linear Differential Equations of Second Order, Cauchy Euler Homogeneous linear Equations, Functions of Complex Variable, Analytic Function, Conformal Transformation, Complex Integration, Taylor's and Laurent's Series, Laplace and Inverse Laplace Transform etc. are set to sequentially cover each module of the syllabus and are compounded by the ';tutorial technique', i.e., theory followed by example(s) so that the learner develops an increased sense of conscious. intellection. Concepts are well-aided with solved examples of different complexities so that every learner understands the topic at hand.

• Close to 500 examples for easy understanding of concepts.
• More than 500 exercise questions strengthen the well-explained theoretical concepts.
• Useful results and the formulae are explained in brief within each chapter.

1. Differentiation of Vectors (Point function, Gradient, Divergence and Curl of a Vector and their Physical Interpretations)
2. Vector Integration.
3. Linear Differential Equations of Second Order
4. Cauchy - Euler Equations, Method of Variation of Parameters
5. Simultaneous Linear Differential Equations
6. Functions of Complex Variable, Analytic Function
7. Conformal Transformation
8. Complex Integration (Cauchy's Integral Theorem, Cauchy's Integral Formula for Derivatives of analytic function)
9. Taylor's and Laurent's Series
10. The Calculus of Residues (Integration)
11. Laplace Transform
12. Inverse Laplace Transforms (Solution of differential equations)

This book has been Conceptualized specifically for the First-Year students of Sri Sairam Engineering College of all programmes of engineering since first semester mathematics is common to all branches.

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