Mathematical Models Mechanical Vibrations, Population Dynamics, and Traffic Flow

ISBN-10: 0898714087
ISBN-13: 9780898714081
Edition: 1998
Authors: Richard Haberman
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Book details

List price: $52.00
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 422
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.474
Language: English

Foreword
Preface to the classics edition
Preface
Mechanical Vibrations: Introduction to Mathematical Models in the Physical Sciences
Newton's Law
Newton's Law as Applied to a Spring-Mass System
Gravity
Oscillation of a Spring-Mass System
Dimensions and Units
Qualitative and Quantitative Behavior of a Spring-Mass System
Initial Value Problem
A Two-Mass Oscillator
Friction
Oscillations of a Damped System
Underdamped Oscillations
Overdamped and Critically Damped Oscillations
A Pendulum
How Small is Small?
A Dimensionless Time Variable
Nonlinear Frictionless Systems
Linearized Stability Analysis of an Equilibrium Solution
Conservation of Energy
Energy Curves
Phase Plane of a Linear Oscillator
Phase Plane of a Nonlinear Pendulum
Can a Pendulum Stop?
What Happens if a Pendulum is Pushed Too Hard?
Period of a Nonlinear Pendulum
Nonlinear Oscillations with Damping
Equilibrium Positions and Linearized Stability
Nonlinear Pendulum with Damping
Further Readings in Mechanical Vibrations
Population Dynamics-Mathematical Ecology
Introduction to Mathematical Models in Biology
Population Models
A Discrete One-Species Model
Constant Coefficient First-Order Difference Equations
Exponential Growth
Discrete Once-Species Models with an Age Distribution
Stochastic Birth Processes
Density-Dependent Growth
Phase Plane Solution of the Logistic Equation
Explicit Solution of the Logistic Equation
Growth Models with Time Delays
Linear Constant Coefficient Difference Equations
Destabilizing Influence of Delays
Introduction to Two-Species Models
Phase Plane, Equilibrium, and linearization
System of Two Constant Coefficient First-Order Differential Equations, Stability of Two-Species Equilibrium Populations
Phase Plane of Linear Systems
Predator-Prey Models
Derivation of the Lotka-Volterra Equations
Qualitative Solution of the Lotka- Volterra Equations
Average Populations of Predators and Preys
Man's Influence on Predator-Prey Ecosystems
Limitations of the Lotka-Volterra Equation
Two Competing Species
Further Reading in Mathematical Ecology
Traffic Flow
Introduction to Traffic Flow
Automobile Velocities and a Velocity Field
Traffic Flow and Traffic Density
Flow Equals Density Times Velocity
Conservation of the Number of Cars
A Velocity-Density Relationship
Experimental Observations
Traffic Flow
Steady-State Car-Following Models
Partial Differential Equations
Linearization
A Linear Partial Differential Equation
Traffic Density Waves
An Interpretation of Traffic Waves
A Nearly Uniform Traffic Flow Example
Nonuniform Traffic - The Method of Characteristics
After a Traffic Light Turns Green
A Linear Velocity-Density Relationship
An Example
Wave Propagation of Automobile Brake Lights
Congestion Ahead
Discontinuous Traffic
Uniform Traffic Stopped by a Red Light
A Stationary Shock Wave
The Earliest Shock
Validity of Linearization
Effect of a Red Light or an Accident
Exits and Entrances
Constantly Entering Cars
A Highway Entrance
Further reading in traffic flow
Index

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