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Table of Contents MATLAB/LabVIEW 4 Industrial Engineering & Engineering ManagementIntroduction to Engineering 3 Getting Started with MATLAB 5 Rudra Pratap Engineering Your Future: A Comprehensive Engineering Economic Analysis, Third Introduction to Engineering, Eighth Edition Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW for Canadian Edition William C. Oakes and Les L. Leone Scientists and Engineers, Second Edition Donald G. Newnan, John Whittaker, Jerome P. John Essick Engineering Your Future: A Brief Introduction Lavelle, and Ted G. Eschenbach to Engineering, Fifth Edition William C. Oakes and Les L. Leone Engineering Economy, Third Edition Ted G. EschenbachElectrical and Computer Engineering 7 Fabrication Engineering at the Micro- and Nanoscale, The Economic Analysis of Industrial Projects, Fourth Edition Third Edition Microelectronic Circuits, Seventh Edition Stephen A. Campbell Ted G. Eschenbach, Neal A. Lewis, Adel S. Sedra and Kenneth C. Smith Electric Circuits and Electronic Devices Joseph C. Hartman, and Lynne E. Bussey Laboratory Explorations to Accompany David A. Bell Microelectronic Circuits, Seventh Edition Mechanical Engineering 13 Vincent C. Gaudet and Kenneth C. Smith Principles of Semiconductor Devices, Second Edition Sima Dimitrijev Mechanics of Machines, Second Edition Elements of Electromagnetics, Sixth Edition William L. Cleghorn and Nikolai Dechev Matthew Sadiku Microcontrollers and Microcomputers, Second Edition Frederick M. Cady Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, Elements of Power Electronics, Second Edition Fourth Edition Philip Krein Electric Machinery and Transformers, Third Edition John J. Uicker, Jr., Gordon R. Pennock, Bhag S. Guru and Huseyin R. Hiziroglu and Joseph E. Shigley Linear Systems and Signals, Second Edition B.P. Lathi Analysis of Transport Phenomena, Second Edition Engineering Mechanics of Composite William M. Deen Materials, Second Edition Signal Processing and Linear Systems Isaac M. Daniel and Ori Ishai B.P. Lathi CMOS Analog Circuit Design, Third Edition Phillip E. Allen and Douglas R. Holberg Orbital Mechanics, Second Edition Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems, John E. Prussing and Bruce A. Conway Fourth Edition Photonics, Sixth Edition B.P. Lathi and Zhi Ding Amnon Yariv and Pochi Yeh Principles of Vibration, Second Edition Benson H. Tongue Linear System Theory and Design, Fourth Edition Operation and Modeling of the MOS Transistor, Chi-Tsong Chen Third Edition Yannis Tsividis and Colin McAndrewCivil and Environmental Engineering 15 Also Available 16 Making Sense in Engineering and the Technical Sciences, Fourth Edition Soil Mechanics Laboratory Manual, Ninth Edition Introduction to Electric Circuits, Updated Margot Northey and Judi Jewinski Braja M. Das Ninth Edition Herbert W. Jackson, Dale Temple and Brian E. Kelly 2 Energy and the Environment, Second Edition James A. Fay and Daniel S. Golomb Engineering Communication, Second Edition Robert Irish and Peter Weiss Service-Learning: Engineering in Your Community, Second Edition Writing in the Technical Fields Marybeth Lima and William C. Oakes Thorsten Ewald

Introduction to EngineeringBalanced and accessible overviews of engineering for beginning students Engineering Your Future A Comprehensive Introduction to Engineering Eighth Edition William C. Oakes, Purdue University Les L. Leone, Michigan State University Engineering Your Future: A Comprehensive Introduction to Engineering, Eighth Edition, is an authoritative guide to the academic expectations and professional opportunities in engineering, a field that is both academically rigorous and creatively demanding. Today’s engineering students are faced with endless career opportunities. Engineering Your Future clarifies those options and directs students down the path to a rewarding career in the engineering field. With exceptionally broad coverage, the book provides instructors with unparalleled flexibility in any introductory course. 2014 • 704 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-934801-5 Engineering Your Future A Brief Introduction to Engineering Fifth Edition William C. Oakes, Purdue University Les L. Leone, Michigan State University Engineering Your Future: A Brief Introduction to Engineering, Fifth Edition, is a concise and inexpensive version of Engineering Your Future: A Comprehensive Introduction to Engineering, Eighth Edition. Containing the eleven most popular chapters from its parent text, this brief version offers the best option for instructors looking for a solid base from which to work while they incorporate outside projects or assignments. 2014 • 368 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-934805-3 3

MATLAB/LabVIEWThe most affordable exercise-based introduction to MATLAB Getting Started with MATLAB A Quick Introduction for Scientists and Engineers Rudra Pratap, Indian Institute of Science MATLAB, a software package for high-performance numerical computation and visualization, is one of the most widely used tools in the engineering field today. Its broad appeal lies in its interactive environment, which features hundreds of built-in functions for technical computation, graphics, and animation. In addition, MATLAB provides easy extensibility with its own high-level programming language. Enhanced by fun and appealing illustrations, Getting Started with MATLAB employs a casual, accessible writing style that shows users how to enjoy using MATLAB. 2010 • 288 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-973124-4Provides a learning-by-doing approach to acquiring the skills used in daily experimental work in engineering Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW for Scientists and Engineers Second Edition John Essick, Reed College Ideal as an instructional lab textbook or for self-study by individual researchers, Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW for Scientists and Engineers, Second Edition, leads students to mastery of this powerful laboratory tool by asking them to perform relevant projects. Students—who are assumed to have no prior computer programming or LabVIEW background—will begin writing meaningful programs within the first few pages. Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW is designed for flexible use so that instructors can easily choose the desired depth of coverage. 2013 • 624 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-992515-5 4

Industrial Engineering & Engineering Management Engineering Economic Analysis Third Canadian Edition Donald G. Newnan, San Jose State University, John Whittaker, University of Alberta, Jerome P. Lavelle, North Carolina State University and Ted G. Eschenbach, University of Alaska Anchorage Praised for its accessible tone and extensive problem sets, this trusted text familiarizes students with the universal principles of engineering economics. This essential introduction features a wealth of specific Canadian examples and has been fully updated with new coverage of technology, sustainability, and environmental stewardship, as well as new case studies and problems. 2014 • 672 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-544754-5 Distinctive Features • Balance of Canadian and global perspectives prepare students for careers at home and abroad • More than 1000 problems, ranging from basic to complex, test students and help them apply concepts to everyday issues • End-of-chapter questions are organized by level of difficulty, helping students build upon their understanding gradually • Coverage of Canadian taxes and accounting practices equips students with indispensable knowledge required for working in this country • Coverage of ethics in engineering prepares students to respond conscientiously to ethical dilemmas in the field 5

Engineering EconomyApplying Theory to PracticeThird EditionTed G. Eschenbach, University of Alaska AnchorageThe third edition of Engineering Economy continues to solidify its reputation as one of the most innovative,authoritative, and reliable texts in engineering economics. It provides the tools and concepts—includingcost estimating, sensitivity analysis, probability, and multiple objectives—that are necessary to successfullyapply engineering economy in industry practice.2010 • 608 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-977276-6The Economic Analysis of Industrial ProjectsThird EditionTed G. Eschenbach, University of Alaska Anchorage, Neal A. Lewis, University of Bridgeport,Joseph C. Hartman, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Lynn E. Bussey, Kansas State UniversityThe Economic Analysis of Industrial Projects provides the best possible methods for applying economicanalysis theory to practice. Completely revised and expanded in this edition, the text now includes five newchapters and new material on real options analysis and replacement analysis.2015 • 528 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-517874-6Industrial Engineering & Engineering Management 6

Electrical and Computer EngineeringSEDRA/SMITH, educating over a million microelectronic circuits students Microelectronic Circuits Seventh Edition Adel S. Sedra, University of Waterloo and Kenneth C. Smith, University of Toronto This market-leading textbook remains the standard of excellence and innovation. Built on Sedra and Smith’s solid pedagogical foundation, the seventh edition of Microelectronic Circuits is the best yet. In addition to updated content and coverage designed to reflect changes in IC technology, the text also provides the most comprehensive, flexible, accurate, and design-oriented treatment of electronic circuits available today. Amply illustrated by a wealth of examples and complemented by an expanded number of end-of-chapter problems and practice exercises, Microelectronic Circuits is the most current resource available for teaching tomorrow’s engineers how to analyze and design electronic circuits.“Still the gold standard” New to this Edition • A revised study of the MOSFET and the BJT and their application in amplifier—Elmer A. Grubbs, Northern Arizona University design: Two short and completely parallel chapters (5 and 6) introduce each of the two transistor types. A new Chapter 7 follows with a combined treatment of transistor amplifiers, emphasizing the similarities and the important differences of the two devices and their unique areas of application. • Improved treatment of important topics like cascode amplifiers, frequency response, and feedback • Reorganized and modernized coverage of Digital IC Design • New topics, including Class D power amplifiers, IC filters and oscillators, and image sensors • A new “expand-your-perspective” feature that provides relevant historical and application notes • Two thirds of the more than 1500 end-of-chapter problems are new or revised • A new Instructor’s Solutions Manual authored by Adel S. Sedra • New and updated ancillaries for students include a Lab Manual, SPICE Simulations, and a revised and expanded website at 2015 • 1488 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-933913-6 7

Laboratory Explorations to Accompany Concise, clear experiments—Microelectronic Circuits designed with varying levels of difficulty and to be completedSeventh Edition in a single lab period—that areVincent C. Gaudet, University of Waterloo and Kenneth C. Smith, University of Toronto tied directly to Sedra/Smith’s “learn by doing” approachDesigned to accompany Microelectronic Circuits, Seventh Edition, by Adel S. Sedraand Kenneth C. Smith, Laboratory Explorations invites students to explore the realm ofreal-world engineering through practical, hands-on experiments.2015 • 120 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-933925-9Elements of Electromagnetics The clearest marriage of foundational math,Sixth Edition theory, and applicationMatthew Sadiku, Prairie View A&M UniversityUsing a vectors-first approach, Elements of Electromagnetics, Sixth Edition, explains electrostatics,magnetostatics, fields, waves, and applications like transmission lines, waveguides, and antennas.The book also provides a balanced presentation of time-varying and static fields, preparing studentsfor employment in today’s industrial and manufacturing sectors.2014 • 912 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-932138-4Elements of Power Electronics The most up-to-date power electronics text available, now in a streamlined second edition with strongSecond Edition alternative energy coverage and expanded examplesPhilip Krein, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignBuilding on the tradition of its classic first edition, this long-awaited second edition of Elements of Power Electronicsprovides comprehensive coverage of the subject at a level suitable for undergraduate engineering students, studentsin advanced degree programs, and novices in the field. It establishes a fundamental engineering basis for powerelectronics analysis, design, and implementation, offering broad and in-depth coverage of basic material.2015 • 816 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-938841-7Electrical and Computer Engineering 8

A clear, comprehensive introduction A comprehensive treatmentof signalto signals and linear systems processing and linear systems Linear Systems and Signals Signal Processing and Linear Systems Second Edition B.P. Lathi, B.P. Lathi, California State University, Sacramento California State University, Sacramento Based on B. P. Lathi’s widely used book, Linear Incorporating new problems and examples, Systems and Signals, this text features the second edition of Linear Systems and additional applications of communications Signals features MATLAB® material in each and controls and new chapters on analog and chapter and at the back of the book. It gives digital filters and digital signal processing. clear descriptions of linear systems and uses Signal Processing and Linear Systems mathematics not only to prove axiomatic emphasizes the physical appreciation of theory, but also to enhance physical and concepts rather than the mere mathematical intuitive understanding. manipulation of symbols. 2005 • 992 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-515833-5 2001 • 864 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-521917-3Features a seamless blend of mathematics and heuristics, carefully crafted examplesto clarify mathematical abstractions, and new and updated MATLAB exercises Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems Fourth Edition B.P. Lathi, California State University, Sacramento Zhi Ding, University of California, Davis Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems, Fourth Edition, is an ideal first text on communication systems in electrical engineering. Retaining the superb pedagogical style of the first three editions, the authors first introduce the fundamentals of signals and systems and core communication topics; they then present the tools essential to the design and analysis of digital communications. 2009 • 832 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-533145-5Electrical and Computer Engineering 9

A succinct and rigorous introduction to A balanced presentation of the two key subjectslinear and multivariable system design of electric circuits and electronic devices Linear System Electric Circuits and Theory and Design Electronic Devices Fourth Edition David A. Bell, Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology Chi-Tsong Chen, Stony Brook University Written in a lucid manner, Electric Circuits Striking a balance between theory and and Electronic Devices is supported by applications, Linear System Theory and illustrations to help students understand Design uses simple and efficient methods each new concept or analysis method as to develop results and design procedures it is introduced. Explanatory captions are that students can readily employ. Ideal for included for the images, and each illustration advanced undergraduate courses and first- is carefully discussed in the text. In addition, year graduate courses in linear systems the text features end-of-section practice and multivariable system design, it is also a problems and all odd-numbered questions are helpful resource for practicing engineers. answered in the back of the book. 2013 • 400 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-995957-0 2010 • 864 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-807090-0A thorough and accessible introduction to all fields of micro- and nanofabrication Fabrication Engineering at the Micro- and Nanoscale Fourth Edition Stephen A. Campbell, University of Minnesota Designed for advanced undergraduate or first-year graduate courses in semiconductor or microelectronic fabrication, Fabrication Engineering at the Micro- and Nanoscale covers the entire basic unit processes used to fabricate integrated circuits and other devices. With many worked examples and detailed illustrations, this engaging introduction provides the tools needed to understand the frontiers of fabrication processes. 2013 • 688 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-986122-4Electrical and Computer Engineering 10

The most comprehensive and modern introduction Electric Machinery and Transformersto semiconductor device theory and applications Third Edition Principles of Semiconductor Devices Bhag S. Guru and Huseyin R. Hiziroglu, both at Kettering University Second Edition Designed for courses in electromechanical energy Sima Dimitrijev, Griffith University conversion, Electric Machinery and Transformers continues the strong pedagogical tradition established by its Principles of Semiconductor Devices successful previous editions. It begins with a review of presents semiconductor-physics the fundamentals of circuit theory and electromagnetics and device principles in a way that and then introduces the concept of electromechanical upgrades classical semiconductor energy conversion. The text not only provides a systematic theory and enables proper development of a model for each electric machine based interpretations of numerous quantum upon established principles and basic laws, but also effects in modern devices. introduces students to applications and advanced topics. 2011 • 640 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-538803-9 2001 • 720 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-513890-0While most texts discuss only one specific microcontroller, this book offers a uniqueapproach by covering the common ground among all microcontrollers in one volume Microcontrollers and Microcomputers Principles of Software and Hardware Engineering Second Edition Frederick M. Cady, Montana State University Microcontrollers and Microcomputers: Principles of Software and Hardware Engineering is an ideal introductory text for an embedded system or microcontroller course. Since the text does not focus on a particular processor, it can be used with processor-specific material—such as manufacturer’s data sheets and reference manuals—or with other texts, including Fredrick M. Cady’s Software and Hardware Engineering: Motorola M68HC11 or Software and Hardware Engineering: Assembly and C Programming for the Freescale HCS12 Microcontroller. 2010 • 496 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-537161-1Electrical and Computer Engineering 11

Comprehensive and integrated coverage of the Photonicsthree main areas of transport phenomena Optical Electronics in Modern Analysis of Transport Communications Phenomena Sixth Edition Second Edition Amnon Yariv, California Institute of Technology William M. Deen, Pochi Yeh, University of California, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Santa Barbara Analysis of Transport Phenomena provides a With its central role in modern communications unified treatment of momentum, heat, and mass technologies, photonics—or optical electronics— transfer, emphasizing the concepts and analytical has evolved dynamically in recent years. Photonics, techniques that apply to these transport Sixth Edition, is extensively revised and updated to processes. The second edition has been revised keep pace with this unprecedented development. to better introduce the applied mathematics that Now more tailored to optical communication, the text integrates material on are needed to understand classical results and to generating and manipulating optical radiation and designing photonic components for model novel systems. the transmission of information. 2012 • 688 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-974028-4 2006 • 848 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-517946-0 CMOS Analog Circuit Design Operation and Modeling of the MOS Transistor Third Edition Third Edition Phillip E. Allen, Georgia Institute of Technology and Douglas R. Holberg Yannis Tsividis, Columbia University Colin McAndrew Working from the forefront of CMOS technology, the authors of CMOS Analog Circuit Design have combined Operation and Modeling of the MOS Transistor their expertise as engineers and academics to present has become the standard in academia and a cutting-edge and effective overview of the principles industry. Extensively revised and updated, and techniques for designing circuits. The text mixes the third edition of this highly acclaimed academic and practical viewpoints in a treatment that text provides a thorough treatment of the is neither superficial nor overly detailed, and teaches MOS transistor—the key element of modern analog integrated circuit design with a hierarchically microelectronic chips. organized approach. 2011 • 752 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-517015-32012 • 784 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-976507-2Electrical and Computer Engineering 12

Mechanical EngineeringA uniquely visual approach to the mechanics of machinesMechanics of Machines New to this editionSecond Edition • Two additional chapters devoted to design methodology as it relatesWilliam L. Cleghorn, University of Toronto and Nikolai Dechev, University of Victoria to machines and mechanisms • Substantial increase in exercisesMechanics of Machines is ideal for courses in kinematics and dynamics of machines. and end-of-chapter problemsIt covers the basic concepts of gears, gear trains, the mechanics of rigid bodies, • Several design case studiesand graphical and analytical kinematic analyses of planar mechanisms. In addition, of real-life mechanical systemsthe text describes a procedure for designing disc-cam mechanisms, discusses • The companion website atgraphical and analytical force analyses and balancing of planar mechanisms, common methods for synthesis of mechanisms, and covers design features new videosmethodology for mechanisms. demonstrating key concepts, models, and 3D animations for2015 • 640 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-538408-6 studentsA classic text on the theory of mechanisms and kinematics, updated with Working Model and MATLAB resources Theory of Machines and Mechanisms Fourth Edition John J. Uicker, Jr., University of Wisconsin–Madison, Gordon Pennock, Purdue University, and Joseph Shigley Theory of Machines and Mechanisms provides a text for the complete study of displacements, velocities, accelerations, and static and dynamic forces required for the proper design of mechanical linkages, cams, and geared systems. The authors present the background, notation, and nomenclature essential for students to understand the various independent technical approaches that exist in the field of mechanisms, kinematics, and dynamics. 2010 • 928 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-537123-9 13

Engineering Mechanics of The classic text on orbital mechanics is now Composite Materials the most current text on orbital mechanics Second Edition Orbital Mechanics Isaac M. Daniel, Northwestern University Second Edition and Ori Ishai, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology John E. Prussing and Bruce A. Conway, both at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Engineering Mechanics of Composite Materials analyzes the behavior and properties of For nearly two decades, Orbital Mechanics has composite materials—rigid, high-strength, been the most authoritative textbook on space lightweight components that can be used trajectories and orbital transfers. Completely in infrastructure, automobiles, biomedical revised and updated, this edition includes products, and other goods. The second edition three new chapters: “The Three-Body Problem” features additional exercises and new material (Ch. 4), “Continuous-Thrust Transfer” (Ch. 8), based on advances in the field. and “Canonical Systems and the Lagrange Equations” (Ch. 12). It also features new material2005 • 432 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-515097-1 on multiple-revolution Lambert solutions, gravity-assist applications, and the state transition matrix for a general conic orbit. 2012 • 304 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-983770-0Principles of VibrationSecond EditionBenson H. Tongue, University of California, BerkeleyIn this second edition of Principles of Vibration, Benson H. Tongue takes a refreshingly informal approach to theunderstanding and analysis of vibration problems. The text provides a basic understanding of the principles of vibrations,presenting the core ideas and theories that define the field. Starting with classical material—single-degree-of-freedomsystems—the text then branches out into modern topics, emphasizing multiple-degree-of-freedom systems.2002 • 528 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-514246-4Mechanical Engineering 14

Civil and Environmental EngineeringThe most current, comprehensive, and easy-to-follow A technical introduction to the connection betweensoil mechanics lab manual available energy use and environmental degradation Soil Mechanics Energy and the Environment Laboratory Manual Scientific and Technological Ninth Edition PrinciplesAvailable Braja M. Das, Second Edition California State University, Sacramento June James A. Fay, Massachusetts Institute of 2015 Soil Mechanics Laboratory Manual covers the Technology and Daniel S. Golomb, University essential properties of soils and their behavior of Massachusetts Lowell under stress and provides clear, step-by-step Thoroughly updated in its second edition, explanations for conducting typical soil tests. This Energy and the Environment addresses a central problem of urban-industrial society— market-leading text offers careful explanations the interconnectedness of energy usage and environmental degradation—by examining how of laboratory procedures to help reduce errors the rapidly growing use of energy threatens the natural environment at local, regional, and global scales. and improve safety. Written by acclaimed author 2011 • 384 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-976513-3Braja M. Das, this manual also provides a detailed discussion of the AASHTOClassification System and the Unified Soil Classification System. 2015 • 336 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-020966-7Your guide to an effective service-learning project/course Service-Learning Engineering in Your Community Second Edition Marybeth Lima, Louisiana State University and William C. Oakes, Purdue University Service-Learning links design methodology and engineering analysis to the socially beneficial application of engineering principles. Authors Marybeth Lima and William C. Oakes emphasize the importance of reflection, project management, communications, and ethics, carefully considering the integral roles that they play in the process of engineering for the common good. 2014 • 336 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-992204-8 15

Also Available Writing in the Technical Fields Introduction to Electric Circuits A Practical Guide Updated Ninth Edition Thorsten Ewald, British Columbia Institute of Technology Herbert W. Jackson, Dale Temple, College of the North Atlantic, and Brian E. Kelly, College Using direct language and easy-to-follow principles, of the North Atlantic this concise technical writing manual carefully guides students in becoming effective technical writers and clear First published in 1959, this classic work has professional communicators. been used as a core text by hundreds of thousands of college and university students 2014 • 312 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-544908-2 enrolled in introductory circuit analysis courses. Acclaimed for its clear explanations Making Sense in Engineering of difficult concepts, its comprehensive and the Technical Sciences problem sets, and its authoritative coverage, this new edition has been thoroughly revised. A Student’s Guide to Research and Writing 2015 • 1056 pp. • cloth • 978-0-19-902048-5 Fourth Edition Engineering Communication Margot Northey, Queen’s University Judi Jewinski, University of Waterloo From Principles to Practice Making Sense in Engineering and the Technical Second Edition Sciences is an indispensable research and writing guide for students in any area of the Robert Irish, University of Toronto discipline—from electrical and mechanical Peter Weiss, University of Toronto engineering to systems design and computer science. This updated and revised edition outlines the general principles of style, grammar, and Engineering Communication guides engineering usage, while teaching students how to prepare proposals and project students through the process of writing polished and reports, write lab reports, and follow the conventions governing the use of professional documents. The principles are supported diagrams and graphics. by numerous tips found in marginal boxes, new “Try This” boxed exercises, and writing samples that clearly 2012 • 256 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-544584-8 demonstrate how each principle can be applied to everyday communication challenges. The text also 16includes a series of appendices covering the fundamentals of grammar and a newprimer on ethics for engineers. 2013 • 400 pp. • paper • 978-0-19-544692-0

Index Engineering Your Future: A Brief Introduction Lewis, Neal A., 6 Smith, Kenneth C., 7, 8 to Engineering, 3 Lima, Marybeth, 15 Soil Mechanics Laboratory Manual, 15 A Linear System Theory and Design, 10 Eschenbach, Ted G., 5, 6 Linear Systems and Signals, 9 T Allen, Phillip E., 12 Essick, John, 4 Analysis of Transport Phenomena, 12 M Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, 13 F Tongue, Benson H., 14 B MATLAB/LabVIEW, 4 Tsividis, Yannis, 12 Fabrication Engineering at the Micro- and McAndrew, Colin, 12 Bell, David A., 10 Nanoscale, 10 Mechanical Engineering, 13–14 U Bussey, Lynne E., 6 Mechanics of Machines, 13 Fay, James A., 15 Microcontrollers and Microcomputers, 11 Uicker, John J. Jr., 13 C Microelectronic Circuits, 7 G Modern Digital and Analog Communication W Cady, Frederick M., 11 Campbell, Stephen A., 10 Gaudet, Vincent C., 8 Systems, 9 Whittaker, John, 5 Chen, Chi-Tsong, 10 Getting Started with MATLAB, 4 Civil and Environmental Engineering, 15 Golomb, Daniel S., 15 N Y Cleghorn, William L., 13 Guru, Bhag S., 11 CMOS Analog Circuit Design, 12 Newnan, Donald G., 5 Yariv, Amnon, 12 Conway, Bruce A., 14 H Yeh, Pochi, 12 O D Hands-On Introduction to LabVIEW for Also Available, 16 Scientists and Engineers, 4 Oakes, William C., 3, 15 Engineering Communication, 16 Daniel, Isaac M., 14 Operation and Modeling of the MOS Ewald, Thorsten, 16 Das, Braja M., 15 Hartman, Joseph C., 6 Introduction to Electric Circuits, 16 Dechev, Nikolai, 13 Hiziroglu, Huseyin R., 11 Transistor, 12 Irish, Robert, 16 Deen, William M., 12 Holberg, Douglas R., 12 Orbital Mechanics, 14 Jackson, Herbert W., 16 Dimitrijev, Sima, 11 Jewinski, Judi, 16 Ding, Zhi, 9 I P Kelly, Brian E., 16 Making Sense in Engineering and the E Industrial Engineering and Engineering Pennock, Gordon R., 13 Management, 5–6 Photonics, 12 Technical Sciences, 16 Economic Analysis of Industrial Projects, 6 Pratap, Rudra, 4 Northey, Margot, 16 Electrical and Computer Engineering, 7–12 Introduction to Engineering, 3 Principles of Semiconductor Devices, 11 Temple, Dale, 16 Electric Circuits and Electronic Devices, 10 Ishai, Ori, 14 Principles of Vibration, 14 Weiss, Peter, 16 Electric Machinery and Transformers, 11 Prussing, John E., 14 Writing in the Technical Fields, 16 Elements of Electromagnetics, 8 K Elements of Power Electronics, 8 S Energy and the Environment, 15 Krein, Philip, 8 Engineering Economic Analysis, 5 Sadiku, Matthew, 8 Engineering Economy, 6 L Sedra, Adel S., 7 Engineering Mechanics of Composite Service-Learning: Engineering in Your Laboratory Explorations to Accompany Materials, 14 Microelectronic Circuits, 8 Community, 15 Engineering Your Future: A Comprehensive Shigley, Joseph E., 13 Lathi, B.P., 9 Signal Processing and Linear Systems, 9 Introduction to Engineering, 3 Lavelle, Jerome P., 5 Leone, Les L., 3 17

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