Best Reference Books – Basic Numerical Skills

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Basic Numerical Skills subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Basic Numerical Skills along with reviews.

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1. “Schaum’s Outline of Numerical Analysis (Schaum’s Outline Series)” by Francis Scheid

“Schaum’s Outline of Numerical Analysis (Schaum’s Outline Series)” Book Review: This book covers important mathematics concepts of linear algebra, numerical analysis and differential calculus. Main topics covered in this book are collocation polynomial, finite differences, factorial polynomial, the newton formula and splines. Other topics discussed are numerical integration, sums and series, difference equations, gaussian integrals and many more. Total of 30 chapters are included in this book. Approximately 846 fully solved examples are given for better understanding. Engineering and diploma students can refer to this book.

2. “Numerical Analysis & Computational Methods” by V N Chougule

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“Numerical Analysis & Computational Methods” Book Review: This book describes the fundamentals of numerical analysis and computational methods. Chapters mentioned in this book are software development, solutions of transcendental equations, numerical integration and interpolation. Other topics included are curve fitting, finite element analysis and finite difference methods. A large number of examples are solved in this book. Hints are added in the exercises for better practice. This book is suitable for second year engineering students of computer, IT, mechanical and electrical engineering.

3. “Turbulence in Fluids: Stochastic and Numerical Modelling (Mechanics of Fluids and Transport Processes)” by Marcel Lesieur

“Turbulence in Fluids: Stochastic and Numerical Modelling (Mechanics of Fluids and Transport Processes)” Book Review: This book explains the topic of turbulence in depth. Topics such as behaviour of dynamic systems, stability of flows, transition to turbulence and the fourier space are discussed properly. Other topics namely diffusion of passive scalars, two-dimensional turbulence and the statistical predictability theory are also mentioned. Diagrams with proper labelling are provided. This book can be used by undergraduate students of mechanical and automobile engineering.

4. “Advances in Numerical Modeling of Adhesive Joints (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” by Lucas Filipe Martins da Silva and Raul D S G Campilho

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“Advances in Numerical Modelling of Adhesive Joints (Springer Briefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” Book Review: This book describes the latest numerical modelling of adhesive joints. Main chapters are advances in damage mechanics, extended finite element method and the classical consortium mechanics. Other chapters included are the boundary element method, the finite difference method and fracture mechanics approach. This book can be referred to by mechanical engineering students.

5. “Technological Aspects of Manufacturing and Numerical Modelling of Clinch-Adhesive Joints” by Tomasz Sadowski and Tadeusz Balawender

“Technological Aspects of Manufacturing and Numerical Modelling of Clinch-Adhesive Joints” Book Review: This book provides the analysis of technological factors that hinder the plastic forming of the clinch joints. Main topics included in this book are hybrid joints, adherent materials, strain hardening curves and strength. This book contains experimental results and numerical calculations of clinch joints from different data sheets. This book can be used by students of applied science and technology.

6. “Numerical Modelling of Material Deformation Processes: Research, Development and Applications” by Peter Hartley and Ian Pillinger

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“Numerical Modelling of Material Deformation Processes: Research, Development and Applications” Book Review: This book describes the development of numerical modelling techniques. The main chapters included in this book are classic plasticity, finite deformation of solids and isotropic plasticity. Other topics included are the upper bound method and anisotropic plasticity. Analytical representations are provided throughout the topics. A comprehensive survey of the techniques is also given. This book is suitable for technology & science and material science professionals.

7. “Ultimate Aptitude Tests: Assess and Develop Your Potential with Numerical, Verbal and Abstract Tests” by Jim Barrett

“Ultimate Aptitude Tests: Assess and Develop Your Potential with Numerical, Verbal and Abstract Tests” Book Review: This book is an aptitude test book which provides questions and answers. The topics on which questions are provided are numbers, general mathematics and English. This book provides over 1000 realistic practice questions with detailed answers. This book is useful for people who want to clear aptitude tests of any organizations.

8. “Ultimate Psychometric Tests: Over 1000 Verbal Numerical Diagrammatic and IQ Practice Tests” by Mike Bryon

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“Ultimate Psychometric Tests: Over 1000 Verbal Numerical Diagrammatic and IQ Practice Tests” Book Review: This book contains numerous questions which can be asked in job interviews. The main topics included are verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, personality questions and IQ tests. Other tests include topics like special recognition visual estimation and situation awareness. It contains over 1000 practice test questions. Some of the questions asked in tests of L’Oréal, HMV, Toyota and IKEA have also been mentioned. This book is for the people going through the job selection process.

9. “ASSET Test Numerical Skills Success Study Guide: ASSET Numerical Skills Practice Test Problems and Solutions” by Academic Success Media

“ASSET Test Numerical Skills Success Study Guide: ASSET Numerical Skills Practice Test Problems and Solutions” Book Review: This book provides tips and tricks for cracking a numerical skill exam along with that it also explains the concepts of mathematics. The topics covered in this book are absolute value, computation with integers, fraction, mixed number and ratios. Other topics mentioned are prime numbers, scientific notations, setting up basic equations and square roots. This book consists of 50 practice tests with clear solutions. This book is for students who want to clear a numerical skills exam.

10. “Basic Transport Phenomena in Materials Engineering” by Manabu Iguchi and Olusegun J Ilegbusi

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“Basic Transport Phenomena in Materials Engineering” Book Review: This book explains the traditional transport phenomenon. The topics covered are basic properties of fluid flow, momentum transfer, heat transfer and heat conduction. Other topics mentioned are flows involving solid phase, multipurpose flow in microscale systems, diffusion and mass transfer. Each chapter has numerous problems with solutions and exercises for students to test their knowledge. At the end experiments with complete details are added. This book is suitable for all the students studying material science and engineering.

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