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Volumes fifty eight and fifty nine of "Control and Dynamic structures" handle the expanding use of pcs in layout, engineering, and production. Chapters hide such uncomplicated themes as numerical reliability and expand to exact insurance of finite point research, layout, modelling and hypermedia ideas. quantity fifty nine covers technical foundation of computer-aided layout and engineering. It emphasizes functions in Graphical consumer Interface, research Modelling, airplane buildings, Automotives, Fluid Dynamics and Electromagnetic structures.

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