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Description Details Customer Reviews This third in a suite of four practical guides is an engineer's companion to using numerical methods for the solution of complex mathematical problems. It explains the theory behind current numerical methods and shows in a step-by-step fashion how to use them.
The required software is provided by way of the freeware mathematical library BzzMath that is developed and maintained by the authors. The present volume focuses on optimization and nonlinear systems solution.
Nonlinear Systems and Optimization for the Chemical Engineer : Solving Numerical Problems
The book describes numerical methods, innovative techniques and strategies that are all implemented in a well-established, freeware library. Each of these handy guides enables the reader to use and implement standard numerical tools for their work, explaining the theory behind the various functions and problem solvers, and showcasing applications in diverse scientific and engineering fields.
Numerous examples, sample codes, programs and applications are proposed and discussed. The book teaches engineers and scientists how to use the latest and most powerful numerical methods for their daily work. About the Author Guido Buzzi-Ferraris is full professor of process systems engineering at Politecnico di Milano, Italy, where he holds two courses: He works on numerical analysis, statistics, differential systems, and optimization.
Flavio Manenti is assistant professor of chemical engineering at Politecnico di Milano, Italy.