OPTIMIZATION METHODS FOR ENGINEERS

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Primarily designed as a text for the postgraduate students of mechanical engineering and related branches, it provides an excellent introduction to optimization methods—the overview, the history, and the development. It is equally suitable for the undergraduate students for their electives. The text then moves on to familiarize the students with the formulation of optimization problems, graphical solutions, analytical methods of nonlinear optimization, classical optimization techniques, single variable (one-dimensional) unconstrained optimization, multidimensional problems, constrained optimization, equality and inequality constraints. With complexities of human life, the importance of optimization techniques as a tool has increased manifold. The application of optimization techniques creates an efficient, effective and a better life. Features • Includes numerous illustrations and unsolved problems. • Contains university questions. • Discusses the topics with step-by-step procedures.
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N.V.S. RAJU, Ph.D., is Professor and Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, JNTUH College of Engineering, Nachupally (Kondagattu), Kodimial Mandal, Karima-nagar, Andhra Pradesh. Earlier, he worked as Assistant Professor at VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology Hyderabad and Associate Professor in JNTU Kakinada, as Professor in Vijay Rural Engineering College, Nizamabad, Nizam Institute of Engineering and Technology Hyderabad, Bharat Institute of Engineering and Technology Hyderabad and Principal of Srinivasa Engineering College, Banswada. Professor Raju has served the industry for about 10 years in various capacities. He was Deputy Manager in Hyderabad Allwyn Limited. In industry he acquired a rich practical experience in the areas of production, planning and maintenance. Professor Raju has authored a couple of books on operations research, mathematical modeling and simulation, instrumentation and control systems, quantitative analysis for business decisions, plant maintenance and reliability engineering, industrial engineering and management and management science. He has authored course material for eight courses on industrial engineering and operations for IGNOU and Andhra University. He has more than 50 national and international publications to his credit.
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Publisher
PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
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Published on
Jan 1, 2014
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Pages
616
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ISBN
9788120347441
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Language
English
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Genres
Mathematics / Optimization
Technology & Engineering / Mechanical
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This volume is based on lectures and contributed papers presented at the Eighth Course of the International School of Materials Science and Tech nology that was held in Erice, Sicily, Italy at the Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture during the period 1-13 July 1985. The subject of the course was "Electromagnetic Surface Excitations". Forty lectures were given by eleven distinguished scientists and engineers from France, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In addition to the lectur ers, approximately fifty participants representing eleven different countries throughout the world t. ook part in the course. Short contributed papers were presented by seventeen participants on the results of their own re search. The subject of the Course is of great importance for both pure science and for practical applications such as telecommunications. A technolog ical revolution is occurring in which the transmission of information by means of electrical currents travelling in copper wires is being replaced by transmission by means of light travelling in objects known as optical wave guides. The manipulation and processing of the light signals prior and subsequent to transmission through the wave guide has resulted in a technology often referred to as integrated optics. Important to the opera tion of integrated optics devices is the behavior of electromagnetic waves near surfaces and interfaces. One of the goals of the course was to further the dialogue between engineers and physicists in common areas of interest related to the propagation of electromagnetic waves along surfaces.
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