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    Publisher John Wiley and Sons
    Author(s) Tommi Mikkonen
    ISBN 0470057386
    Release Date 06 April 2007

    The importance of mobile systems programming has emerged over the recent years as a new domain in software development. The design of software that runs in a mobile device requires that developers combine the rules applicable in embedded environment; memory-awareness, limited performance, security, and limited resources with features that are needed in workstation environment; modifiability, run-time extensions, and rapid application development.
    Programming Mobile Devices is a comprehensive, practical introduction to programming mobile systems. The book is a platform independent approach to programming mobile devices: it does not focus on specific technologies, and devices, instead it evaluates the component areas and issues that are common to all mobile software platforms. This text will enable the designer to programme mobile devices by mastering both hardware-aware and application-level software, as well as the main principles that guide their design.
    Programming Mobile Devices:
    * Provides a complete and authoritative overview of programming mobile systems.
    * Discusses the major issues surrounding mobile systems programming; such as understanding of embedded systems and workstation programming.
    * Covers memory management, the concepts of applications, dynamically linked libraries, concurrency, handling local resources, networking and mobile devices as well as security features.
    * Uses generic examples from JavaTM and Symbian OS to illustrate the principles of mobile device programming.

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    Publisher Springer-Verlag
    Author(s) Tumasch Reichenbacher
    ISBN 3540230556
    Release Date 22 December 2004

    The book is divided into three parts: theory, method and implementation. Starting with a summary of the state-of-the-art in mobile technologies, the first part analyses their impacts on cartography and pinpoints the missing theories concerned with the development of map-based mobile services. A conceptual framework of mobile cartography is then introduced with the emphasis on mobile usage context. The second part is devoted to the design methodology under the constraints defined in the theoretical framework. A core issue deals with personalised mobile map services. The final part demonstrates the feasibility of the methods by using application scenarios. The accompanying CD-ROM contains the PDF-Files in colour.



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    Publisher Wiley
    Author(s) David Wood
    ISBN 0470016833
    Release Date 26 August 2005

    As a co-founder of Symbian and former executive of Psion Software, David Wood has been actively involved in well over 100 smartphone development projects worldwide. Over the time spent on these projects, he has come to understand the key issues which determine the difference between successful and unsuccessful projects for Symbian OS. This book highlights and explains:
    * How to tame the awesome inner complexity of smartphone technology
    * Optimal project team organisation, combining agility and reliability
    * The design and the philosophy behind key features of Symbian OS
    * The potential trouble spots of smartphone integration, testing, and optimisation
    * How to receive the full benefit of the diverse skills in the extensive Symbian partner ecosystem
    * The methods that are most likely to deliver commercial success when using Symbian OS
    * The wider significance of Symbian OS skills and expertise in the evolving mobile marketplace
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    Basic Ship Theory - Engineering Ebooks




    RAWSON, Kenneth John, and Eric Charles TUPPER (2001):Basic Ship Theory (5th ed.).Oxford, UK: Butterworth-Heinemann. A division of Reed Educational and Professional Publishing Ltd.ISBN: 0-7506-5396-5 (vol. 1). 400pISBN: 0-7506-5397-3 (vol. 2). 373p

    The author presented the fundamentals concept of of naval architecture, as with many branches of engineering rapidly advances in ship design, production and operation. The author relate the advances to fundamental understanding of naval architecture and the environment in which ships operated. The author also tackles the increased of ship safety, progress and tankers design to reduce the risk of oil spillage and more dangerous cargoes to protect the public and nature. This book covers basic geometric concepts, properties of irregular shapes, approximate integration, computers, approximate formula and rules, statistics, work examples, floatation, hydrostatic data, initial stability, complete stability, dynamic stability, stability assessment, flooding and collision, safety of life at sea, other hazards, abnormal waves, environment pollution, standard calculation, material consideration, stiffed plating, panel of plating, frameworks, finite elements techniques, realistic assessment of structural elements, fitting, launching, docking, external environment, waves, climate, physical limitations, internal environment, motions, air, lighting, vibration and noise, human factors and problems.









    Marine Auxilliary Machinery - Engineering Ebooks




    The author of this book presented the fundamentals of naval architecture and expect readers to adopt whatever computer systems are available. Each sequence of chapters has been chosen to build knowledge in a logical progression. From chapter 1 to 15, these chapters address the elements of the ship that response to the environment while other chapters deal the major system needed within the ship, discipline to the design process, reflects some particular ship types that showed the application of general principles and lead to different responses to an owner's needs. The book consist of two eparated volumes, the hydrostatics and strenght and ship dynamics and design.
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    Modelling with Autocad 2002 - Ebooks




    The author of this is MCFARLANE, Bob (2002) titled Modelling with AutoCAD 2002 atOxford, UK: Butterworth-Heinemann. An imprint of Elsevier Science. ISBN: 0-7506-5611-5. 352p

    The author wrote this book AutoCAD 2002 user who wants to learn about modelling. His aim is to demonstrate and create 3D wire-frame models, surface models and solid models with ractical exercises backed up.The concept is to enhance drawing productivity and will also be discussed in detail. This will provide invaluable aid for users, ranging from the capable to the competent. It will assist users on any national course which requires 3D draughting and solid modelling, e.g. city and Guilds, BTEC and SQA as well as students at higher institutions. The book is approve useful to the Design/Technology departments in schools who are now becoming more involved in computer aided design. Each chapter will bring the learners to high understanding of this new technology for design. They will be taken to 3D standard sheet, extruded 3d models, UCS and 3D coordinates, creating 3D wire-frame model, UCS, modify commands with 3D models, dimensioning in 3D, hatching in 3D, tiled viewports, 3D views, model space and paper space and untiled viewports, new 3D multiple viewport standard sheet, surface modelling, 3DFACE and PEACE, 3DMESH, ruled surface, tabulated surface, revolved surface, edge surface, 3D polyline, 3D objects, 3D geometry commands, blocks and Wblocks in 3D, dynamic viewing, viewport specific layers, shading and 3D orbit, introduction to solid modelling, the basic solid primitives, boolean operations and composite solids, edge primitives, solid editing, regions, inquiring into solids, slicing and sectioning solid models, profiles and true shapes, dimensioning in model and paper space, detailed drawing, blocks, wblocks and external references, set up commands, final composite, rendering, publishing and student models.


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    Rules of Thumb for Mechanical Engineers

    This book tells about Fluid PropeDensity, Specific Volume, Specific Weight., Specific Gravity, and Pressure Surface Tension Vapor Pressure Gas and Liquid Viscosity Bulk Modulus Compressibility Units and Dimensions Fluid St SltiManometers and Pressure Measurements Hydraulic Pressure on Surfaces Buoyancy Basic Equations Continuity Equation Euler’s Equation Energy Equation Momentum Equation Moment-of-Momentum Equation Advanced Fluid Flow Concepts Dimensional Analysis and Similitude Nondimensional Parameters Equivalent Diameter and Hydraulic Radius Pipe Flow Friction Factor and Darcy EquationPipes in Series Frictionless Open-Channel Flow Laminar Open-Channel FlowFluid MeasurementsPressure and Velocity Measurements Flow Rate MeasurementHot-wire and Thin-Film Anemometry Open-Channel Flow MeasurementsViscosity MeasurementsOther Topi Unsteady Flow. Surge. and Water Hammer Boundary Layer Concepts Lift and Drag
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    Thermodynamic Essentials Phases of a Pure Substance Thermodynamic Properties Determining Properties Types of Systems m e s of Processes First Law of Thermodynamics

    Work Heat First Law of Thermodynamics for Closed Systems First Law of Thermodynamics for Open Systems Second Law of Thermodynamics Reversible Processes and Cycles The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics Thermodynamic Temperature Scale Useful Expressions Thermodynamic Cycles Basic Systems and Systems Integration, Carnot Cycle Rankine Cycle: A Vapor Power Cycle Refrigeration Cycle Brayton Cycle: A Gas Turbine Cycle Otto Cycle: A Power Cycle Diesel Cycle: Another Power Cycle Reversed Rankine Cycle: A Vapor,Gas Power Cycles with Regeneration Basic Mechanical Seal Components Equipment Considerations ,Sealing Points Basic Seal Designs Basic Seal Arrangements Basic Design Principles Materials of Construction Desirable Design Features Calculating Seal Chamber Pressure Seal Flush Plans
    Integral Pumping Features Seal System Heat Balance Flow Rate Calculation References
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    Aeronautical Engineering




    Aeronautical Engineer’s provides a concise and useful source information for the student or practising aeronautical engineer. It deals for basic data on established engineering rules, conversions, modern aircraft and engines to be available in an easily assimilated format, importance of engineering data and rules, Basic theoretical principles underlie the design of all the hardware of aeronautics, practical processes of fluid mechanics, aircraft design, material choice, and basic engineering design form the foundation of the subject.
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    Mechanical Engineer's Handbook




    This book is a series that includes handbook, textbooks, and professional reference for engineering. This is a state-of-the-art-techniques and methods in the field of engineering. The objective is to meet the needs of academic,industrial, and governmental engineers and as instructional material for under and graduates level. This book is composed of 9 chapters. It tells about statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, theory of mechanism, machine, machine components, theory of vibration, principles of heat transfer, fluid dynamics and control.

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    A Guide to MS Excel 2002 for Scientists & Engineers




    This book gives guide for scientist and engineers. The whole book covers the anatomy of the window, workspace, menubar, toolbars, customizing menus and toolbars, and getting help whenever confusion takes place. It deals also with basic operations like filling in a series of numbers, entering and copying a formula, formatting the results, displayed and stored values, formats get copied, too many digits, calculation examples, entering formula by pointing, references, editing and formating, custom formats, symbols and functions. This also teach how to print in a worksheet like quick way to print, another way to print, page set-up, changing margins, header and footer, gridline and row, setting the print area, printing titles, forcing page breaks, viewing and printing formulas. The book also give the learners how to use functions, modelling, solving equations, numerical integration, differential equations, statistics for experimeters, report writting and answer to starred problems.


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    Membranes for Industrial Wastewater Recovery & Re-Use




    This book describes about the water re-use motivation and bariiers, industrial water, memebrane technology. Under technology, it tells the membrane, the process fundamentals, theory and process design and operation. This book tells laso the industrial waters where it eplains the power industry and beverage industry and pure water in the pharmaceutical industry. System design aids about computer-aided design for reverse osmosis plant, waterpinch analysis and design examples. Case studies about flay fen high-purity water production plant, eraring power station, doswell combined cycle power plant, paper mill water recycling, medium-density fiberboard waste water recycling, m-real kirkniemi paper mill, dyewaste water recycling plant, food plant waste water treatment and recycling plant, pasfrost vegetable processing plant, automotive water recycling, microelectronics wastewater reclamation.

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    The Automotive Chassis - Engineering Priciples




    The book shows clear and easy descriptions and showing many example designs and calculations and the inclusion of 434 illustrations and tables. It is easily understood by the readers proven to be the best way of imparting information. The authors’ many years of experience in chassis engineering support the practical bias and will help engineers, inspectors, students and technicians in companies operating in the automotive industry and its suppliers to understand the context. The comprehensive index of key words and numerous cross-references make this book an invaluable reference work. The covers the following:

    Tyres of suspension and drive 1
    1.1 General characteristics of wheel suspensions
    1.2 Independent wheel suspensions – general
    1.2.1 Requirements
    1.2.2 Double wishbone suspensions
    1.2.3 McPherson struts and strut dampers
    1.2.4 Rear axle trailing-arm suspension
    1.2.5 Semi-trailing-arm rear axles
    1.2.6 Multi-link suspension
    1.3 Rigid and semi-rigid crank axles
    1.3.1 Rigid axles
    1.3.2 Semi rigid crank axles
    1.4 Front-mounted engine, rear-mounted drive
    1.4.1 Advantages and disadvantages of the front-mounted
    engine, rear-mounted drive design
    1.4.2 Non-driven front axles
    1.4.3 Driven rear axles
    1.5 Rear and mid engine drive
    1.6 Front-wheel drive
    1.6.1 Types of design
    1.6.2 Advantages and disadvantages of front-wheel drive
    1.6.3 Driven front axles
    1.6.4 Non-driven rear axles
    1.7 Four-wheel drive
    1.7.1 Advantages and disadvantages
    1.7.2 Four-wheel drive vehicles with overdrive
    1.7.3 Manual selection four-wheel drive on commercial and
    all-terrain vehicles
    1.7.4 Permanent four-wheel drive; basic passenger car with
    front-wheel drive
    1.7.5 Permanent four-wheel drive, basic standard design
    passenger car
    1.7.6 Summary of different kinds of four-wheel drive 82
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    2 Tyres and wheels
    2.1 Tyre requirements
    2.1.1 Interchangeability
    2.1.2 Passenger car requirements
    2.1.3 Commercial vehicle requirements
    2.2 Tyre designs
    2.2.1 Diagonal ply tyres
    2.2.2 Radial ply tyres
    2.2.3 Tubeless or tubed
    2.2.4 Height-to-width ratio
    2.2.5 Tyre dimensions and markings
    2.2.6 Tyre load capacities and inflation pressures
    2.2.7 Tyre sidewall markings
    2.2.8 Rolling circumference and driving speed
    2.2.9 Influence of the tyre on the speedometer
    2.3 Wheels
    2.3.1 Concepts
    2.3.2 Rims for passenger cars, light commercial vehicles
    and trailers 110
    2.3.3 Wheels for passenger cars, light commercial vehicles
    and trailers
    2.3.4 Wheel mountings
    2.4 Springing behaviour
    2.5 Non-uniformity
    2.6 Rolling resistance
    2.6.1 Rolling resistance in straight-line driving
    2.6.2 Rolling resistance during cornering
    2.6.3 Other influencing variables
    2.7 Rolling force coefficients and sliding friction
    2.7.1 Slip
    2.7.2 Friction coefficients and factors
    2.7.3 Road influences
    2.8 Lateral force and friction coefficients
    2.8.1 Lateral forces, slip angle and coefficient of friction
    2.8.2 Self-steering properties of vehicles
    2.8.3 Coefficients of friction and slip
    2.8.4 Lateral cornering force properties on dry road
    2.8.5 Influencing variables
    2.9 Resulting force coefficient
    2.10 Tyre self-aligning torque and caster offset
    2.10.1 Tyre self-aligning torque in general
    2.10.2 Caster offset 140
    2.10.3 Influences on the front wheels
    2.11 Tyre overturning moment and displacement of point of
    application of force
    2.12 Torque steer effects
    2.12.1 Torque steer effects as a result of changes in normal
    force
    2.12.2 Torque steer effects resulting from tyre aligning torque
    2.12.3 Effect of kinematics and elastokinematics
    3 Wheel travel and elastokinematics
    3.1 Purpose of the axle settings
    3.2 Wheelbase
    3.3 Track
    3.4 Roll centre and roll axis
    3.4.1 Definitions
    3.4.2 Body roll axis
    3.4.3 Body roll centre on independent wheel suspensions
    3.4.4 Body roll centre on twist-beam suspensions
    3.4.5 Body roll centre on rigid axles
    3.5 Camber
    3.5.1 Camber values and data
    3.5.2 Kinematic camber alteration
    3.5.3 Camber alteration calculation by drawing
    3.5.4 Roll camber during cornering
    3.5.5 Elasticity camber
    3.6 Toe-in and self-steering
    3.6.1 Toe-in and crab angle, data and tolerances
    3.6.2 Toe-in and steering angle alteration owing to wheel
    bump-travel kinematics
    3.6.3 Toe-in and steering angle alteration due to roll
    3.6.4 Toe-in and steering angle alteration due to lateral forces
    3.6.5 Toe-in and steering angle alteration due to
    longitudinal forces
    3.7 Steer angle and steering ratio
    3.7.1 Steer angle
    3.7.2 Track and turning circles
    3.7.3 Kinematic steering ratio
    3.7.4 Dynamic steering ratio
    3.8 Steering self-centring – general
    3.9 Kingpin inclination and kingpin offset at ground
    3.9.1 Relationship between kingpin inclination and
    kingpin offset at ground (scrub radius)
    3.9.2 Braking moment-arm
    3.9.3 Longitudinal force moment-arm
    3.9.4 Alteration to the kingpin offset
    3.10 Caster
    3.10.1 Caster trail and angle
    3.10.2 Caster and straight running
    3.10.3 Righting moments during cornering
    3.10.4 Kingpin inclination, camber and caster alteration
    as a consequence of steering
    3.10.5 Kinematic caster alteration on front-wheel travel
    3.10.6 Wheel travel-dependent rotation of the rear steering
    knuckle
    3.10.7 Resolution of the vertical wheel force on caster
    3.10.8 Settings and tolerances
    3.11 Anti-dive and anti-squat mechanisms
    3.11.1 Concept description
    3.11.2 Vehicle pitch axis front
    3.11.3 Pitch axes rear
    3.12 Chassis alignment
    3.12.1 Devices for measuring and checking chassis
    alignment
    3.12.2 Measuring the caster, kingpin inclination, camber
    and toe-in alteration
    4 Steering
    4.1 Steering system
    4.1.1 Requirements
    4.1.2 Steering system on independent wheel suspensions
    4.1.3 Steering system on rigid axles
    4.2 Rack and pinion steering
    4.2.1 Advantages and disadvantages
    4.2.2 Configurations
    4.2.3 Steering gear, manual with side tie rod take-off
    4.2.4 Steering gear, manual with centre tie rod take-off
    4.3 Recirculating ball steering
    4.3.1 Advantages and disadvantages
    4.3.2 Steering gear
    4.4 Power steering systems
    4.4.1 Hydraulic power steering systems
    4.4.2 Electro-hydraulic power steering systems
    4.4.3 Electrical power steering systems
    4.5 Steering column
    4.6 Steering damper
    4.7 Steering kinematics
    4.7.1 Influence of type and position of the steering gear
    4.7.2 Steering linkage configuration
    4.7.3 Tie rod length and position
    5 Springing
    5.1 Comfort requirements
    5.1.1 Springing comfort
    5.1.2 Running wheel comfort
    5.1.3 Preventing ‘front-end shake’
    5.2 Masses, vibration and spring rates
    5.3 Weights and axle loads
    5.3.1 Curb weight and vehicle mass
    5.3.2 Permissible gross vehicle weight and mass
    5.3.3 Permissible payload
    5.3.4 Design weight
    5.3.5 Permissible axle loads 323
    5.3.6 Load distribution according to ISO 2416
    5.4 Springing curves
    5.4.1 Front axle
    5.4.2 Rear axle
    5.4.3 Springing and cornering behaviour
    5.4.4 Diagonal springing
    5.5 Spring types
    5.5.1 Air- and gas-filled spring devices
    5.5.2 Steel springs
    5.5.3 Stops and supplementary springs
    5.5.4 Anti-roll bars
    5.6 Shock absorbers (suspension dampers)
    5.6.1 Types of fitting
    5.6.2 Twin-tube shock absorbers, non-pressurized
    5.6.3 Twin-tube shock absorbers, pressurized
    5.6.4 Monotube dampers, pressurized
    5.6.5 Monotube dampers, non-pressurized
    5.6.6 Damping diagrams and characteristics
    5.6.7 Damper attachments
    5.6.8 Stops and supplementary springs
    5.7 Spring/damper units
    5.8 McPherson struts and strut dampers
    5.8.1 McPherson strut designs
    5.8.2 Twin-tube McPherson struts, non-pressurized
    5.8.3 Twin-tube McPherson struts, pressurized
    5.8.4 Damper struts
    5.9 Variable damping
    6 Chassis and vehicle overall
    6.1 Vehicle and body centre of gravity
    6.1.1 Centre of gravity and handling properties
    6.1.2 Calculating the vehicle centre of gravity
    6.1.3 Axle weights and axle centres of gravity
    6.1.4 Body weight and body centre of gravity
    6.2 Mass moments of inertia
    6.3 Braking behaviour
    6.3.1 Braking
    6.3.2 Braking stability
    6.3.3 Calculating the pitch angle
    6.3.4 Influence of radius-arm axes
    6.3.5 Anti-dive control and brake reaction support angle
    6.4 Traction behaviour
    6.4.1 Drive-off from rest
    6.4.2 Climbing ability
    6.4.3 Skid points
    6.5 Platform, unit assembly and common part systems

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