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Theory of Shock Waves and Introduction to Gas Dynamics – Zeldovich
In this post, we will see the book Theory of Shock Waves and Introduction to Gas Dynamics Ya. B. Zeldovich. About the book Gas dynamics is defined as the science of motion at great pressure differentials and high velocities, velocity … Continue reading
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Tagged acoustics, destruction, formation, gas dynamics, gas flow, graphical methods, history, hugoniot's curve, jet propulsion, physics, propagation, shock waves, soviet, strcuture, supersonic flow, waves
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Complex Numbers in Geometry – Yaglom
In this post, we will see the book Complex Numbers in Geometry by I. M. Yaglom. About the book This book is intended for pupils in the top classes in high schools and for students in mathematics departments of universities … Continue reading
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Tagged circular geometry, circular trasformation, complex numbers, Double Numbers, Dual Numbers, Geometrical Interpretation of Complex Numbers, geometry, Hypercomplex Numbers, Laguerre Transformations, lobachevskian, Lobachevskii Plane, mathematics, Mobius Transformations, noneuclidean, soviet
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An AZ Of Cosmonautics – Gor’kov, Avdeev
In this post we will see the book An AZ Of Cosmonautics by V. Gor’kov and Yu. Avdeev. About the book In the year marking the 20th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s flight into space, I was responsible for running the … Continue reading
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Tagged astronauts, atmosphere, baikonur, children's book, cosmonauts, earth, engine, food, launch, life in a space ship, mir, moon, outer space, planets, rocket, salyut, satellite, soviet, soyuz, space ship, space travel, technology, training, weightlessness
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Puppets Without Strings (Science for Everyone) – Varshavsky, Pospelov
In this post, we will see the book Puppets Without Strings: Reflections on the Evolution and Control of Some ManMade Systems by V. I. Varshavsky, D. A. Pospelov. This is another book in the Science For Everyone series. About the … Continue reading
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Tagged automata, behavior, control, decentralisation, feedback, machines, mechanisms, mir books, patterns, puppets, science for everyone, soviet, systems, technology, theory
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