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Mathematica in Mechanical Engineering

Postby kimschriefer » Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:02 pm

What difficult concepts in Mechanical Engineering can be explained better by interactive models/graphs of Mathematica?
Because topics in mechanical engineering can be difficult to envision on paper, I find when talking to faculty that interactive
models/graphs in Mathematica can be a way to allow students to experience the concepts much better. What experience do other faculty have with these concepts?
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