Computer Simulation in Physics and Engineering

Book Description

This work is a needed reference for widely used techniques and methods of computer simulation in physics and other disciplines, such as materials science. The work conveys both: the theoretical foundations of computer simulation as well as applications and "tricks of the trade," that often are scattered across various papers. Thus it will meet a need and fill a gap for every scientist who needs computer simulations for his/her task at hand. In addition to being a reference, case studies and exercises for use as course reading are included.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to computer simulation
Chapter 2 Scientific in C
Chapter 3 of statistical physics
Chapter 4 Inter- and intramolecular potentials
Chapter 5 Molecular simulations
Chapter 6 Monte Carlo simulations
Chapter 7 Advanced topics, and applications in soft matter

Appendix A The software development life cycle
Appendix B Installation guide to Cygwin
Appendix C Introduction to the UNIX/ programming environment
Appendix D Sample program listings
Appendix E Reserved keywords in C
Appendix F of the standard library
Appendix G Elementary combinatorial problems
Appendix H Some useful constants
Appendix I Installing the GNU Scientific Library, GSL
Appendix J Standard header files of the ANSI-
Appendix K The central limit theorem

Book Details

  • Title: Computer Simulation in Physics and Engineering
  • Author:
  • Length: 509 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
  • Publisher:
  • Publication Date: 2012-11-01
  • ISBN-10: 3110255901
  • ISBN-13: 9783110255904
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