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by Joerg Draeger,Robert H. Silsbee

Download Simulations for Solid State Physics Hardback with CD-ROM: An Interactive Resource for Students and Teachers eBook
ISBN:
0521590949
Author:
Joerg Draeger,Robert H. Silsbee
Category:
Physics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press (June 28, 1997)
Pages:
368 pages
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1239 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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Cambridge University Press, New York, 1997; ISBN 0-521-59094-9; 368pp. Robert H.

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Joerg Draeger, Robert H. Silsbee. The simulations use many different types of animation and graphical display.

These simulations provide an interactive resource for those studying solid state physics at advanced undergraduate or graduate level. html from 1 February 1997. Simulations for Solid State Physics Paperback without CD-ROM: An Interactive Resource for Students and Teachers. 0521599113 (ISBN13: 9780521599115).

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

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The SSS package consists of a set of 14 computer simulations and an accompanying guidebook, Simulations for Solid State Physics: An Interactive Resource for Students and Teachers, authored by Robert H. Silsbee and Joerg Draeger. The general information page gives background information about the SSS Project.

SSS Project The SSS package consists of a set of 14 computer simulations and an accompanying guidebook, Simulations for Solid State Physics:An Interactive Resource for Students and Teachers, authored by Robert H. The general information page gives a variety of background information about the SSS Project. Silsbee and Joerg Draeger of Cornell University.

This new and exciting interactive resource centers around fourteen high quality computer simulations covering essential topics in solid state physics, at advanced undergraduate or graduate level. The computer simulations provided on CD-ROM cover x-ray diffraction, phonons, electron states and dynamics, semiconductors, magnetism, and dislocations. Users can vary different characteristics and immediately see the results in animations and graphical displays. See http://www.ruph.cornell.edu/sss/sss.html for example simulations. The companion book is essential for effective use of the simulations. It guides the user through hundreds of exercises and examples, illustrates fundamental physical principles, and contains notes on the relevant physics. The hardcover edition includes the simulations on CD-ROM and a licence for use on a local area network on a single geographical site. The paperback edition (without CD-ROM) is intended for students who have access to the simulations on a local area network.
  • Pameala
The purpose of this text is to aid in working through the solid state simulation programs. Please note that this book does not come with the simulation programs they can be found freely at http://pages.physics.cornell.edu/sss/. This user guide provides background on each simulation and additional exercises to continue exploring concepts in solid state physics. Overall this is a great collection of learning tools which I think should be implemented in any undergraduate solid state physics course, either as labs or homework. The text provides limited background on the algorithms used so in principle you could program many of these simulations on your own to further one's understanding, however this is not the authors intent. Finally, although this book and programs are fairly dated by now (1997) it still is a pleasure to read/use and doesn't feel like a legacy program.
  • adventure time
This book has some good information and is helpful when learning solid state physics. However, almost all of the material is available online and the simulations are quite dated.
  • Raelin
The hardcover version of this book which includes the CD-ROM with all of the simulations is no longer in print. Check out the book's website at [...] and you should be able to download the computer simulations for free (at least as of February 2004.) The paperback book is a very helpful companion to these programs and includes lots of useful exercises as well as concise summaries of the basic concepts of solid state physics without getting lost in mathematical derivations like most textbooks seem to do.
  • OCARO
The hardcover version of this book which includes the CD-ROM with all of the simulations is no longer in print. Check out the book's website at [...] and you should be able to download the computer simulations for free (at least as of February 2004.) This paperback book is a very helpful companion to these programs and includes lots of useful exercises as well as concise summaries of the basic concepts of solid state physics without getting lost in mathematical derivations like most textbooks seem to do.
  • ALAN
This is not a review. In case anyone misses it the CD with the simulations is only available with the hard cover version of this book. Be aware of this when you make a choice to buy the book.