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  • 11 Nov 2021
    Colin G. Anderson

    How reliable is wind energy?

    Using wind energy to generate electricity has been a big topic in the climate change discussion for many years. But can we rely on renewables like wind to take up the slack as we begin to phase out fossil fuels? With the promises and ambitions of COP26, this point is increasingly important. One of our […]

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  • 10 Nov 2021
    Bhavik R. Bakshi

    Climate Change, Sustainable Engineering & Technology

    Edited by Ellie Pawsey, Marketing Executive, Cambridge University Press How can technology help us create a greener future? The UK is hosting the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021. “The COP26 summit will bring parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of […]

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  • 5 May 2021
    Joel L. Dawson

    Control your knowledge of feedback control

    Feedback dynamics is a topic that many engineers feel they should know. Feedback loops appear everywhere in engineering and science, and a command of feedback greatly increases one’s ability to design useful, robust machines. But it is also true that regardless of where you are in your engineering career, you have plenty of reason not […]

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  • 10 Dec 2020
    Ivana Maric, Shlomo Shamai (Shitz), Osvaldo Simeone

    Information Theoretic Perspectives on 5G Systems and Beyond

    The editors of Information Theoretic Perspectives on 5G Systems and Beyond discuss their new book which provides a detailed overview of the state-of-art approaches that led to realization of 5G.

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  • 11 Nov 2020
    Wole Soboyejo, Leo Daniel

    Q&A with the editors of ‘Bioinspired Structures and Design’

    What inspired Bioinspired Structures and Design? This book was inspired by a course entitled “Bioinspired Structures” (16,982) that was taught by Prof. Leo Daniel at MIT. This highly successful course, which was posted on MIT’s open courseware, attracted the attention of Cambridge University Press, and led eventually to a contract with Cambridge University Press to […]

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  • 17 Sep 2020

    Finite Element Method: Teaching and Learning with Professor Mohamed Gadala

    Inspired by over 40 years’ industrial/academic experience in the field, Finite Elements for Engineers with ANSYS Applications by Mohamed Gadala is out now. This textbook targets users of the finite element method for design and analysis in both undergraduate and graduate fields with a step-by step methodology that addresses the mathematical challenges faced by current […]

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  • 27 Aug 2020

    Intermediate Dynamics for Engineers, Second Edition by Oliver O’Reilly

    Oliver O’Reilly of UC Berkley, joins us to discuss the writing and impact of his latest book, the 2nd edition of Intermediate Dynamics for Engineers: Newton-Euler and Lagrangian Mechanics. An important book for dynamics classes across a range of engineering programs, this textbook provides a clear introduction to the kinematics and kinetics of particles and […]

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  • 23 Apr 2020
    Joseph Braat

    The Diamond Jubilee of the Ruby Laser: 60th anniversary of the laser

    To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first laser Joseph Braat co-author of Imaging Optics, 2019 describes his personal experiences in applied physics research dealing with lasers as special light sources and the enormous and unexpected impact of Maiman's discovery.

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