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by Stephen B. Vardeman

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ISBN:
0534928714
Author:
Stephen B. Vardeman
Category:
Mathematics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Duxbury Press; 1 edition (October 29, 1993)
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832 pages
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Statistics for Engineering Problem Solving. by Stephen B. Vardeman. This book uses real data and scenario examples and a chapter-length case study to teach readers how to apply statistical methods to the solution of engineering problems. Statistical quality assurance methods for engineers. SB Vardeman, JM Jobe. John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1999. Average run lengths for CUSUM schemes when observations are exponentially distributed. S Vardeman, D Ray. Technometrics 27 (2), 145-150, 1985.

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In mechanical engineering, all these components and factors represent forces and moments. The characteristics of all these loading factors and their application to particular differential equations of motion are presented in this book. This book also introduces a straightforward universal methodology for solving differential equations of motion by using the Laplace Transform. This approach replaces calculus with conventional algebraic procedures that do not represent any diffi culties for engineers.

About Stephen B. Vardeman

About Stephen B. in Statistics from Michigan State University and . degrees in Mathematics from Iowa State. His book Statistics for Engineering Problem Solving won the 1994 ASEE Meriam-Wiley Distinguished Author Award for an outstanding new engineering textbook, he is co-author of Statistical Quality Assurance Methods for Engineers, and the ISU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has recognized him for outstanding teaching.

1 Engineering Problem Solving 1 Engineering in the 21st Century What is engineering about? According to Webster s 9th New Collegiate Dictionary,. the application of science and mathematics by which the properties of matter and sources of energy in nature are made useful to people in structures, machines, products, systems, and processes

This innovative text uses real data and scenario examples and a chapter-length case study (Chapter 11) to teach students how apply statistical methods to the solution of engineering problems. Employing a practical, applied approach, the author encourages students to do statistics by carrying data collection and analysis projects all the way from problem formulation to preparation of professional technical reports. The authors goals in writing this text are to stress the engineering problem-solving implications of statistical references, and to foster development of scientific and statistical thought processes in the reader. Mathematical theory is not presented as an end in itself, but rather as a means to more effective engineering practice.