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This textbook was written to answer the needs of architecture students and architects. Physics principles and concepts are explained in plain language, and their relevancy to applications in architecture is demonstrated by numerous examples and solved problems. An algebra and trigonometry refreshment chapter reviews the math skills essential for the rest of the book. Practical engineering methods are included, in addition to the more traditional "strictly physics" curriculum. This textbook is a valuable resource to architecture students throughout their schooling and in their professional careers.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.82(d)|
About the Author
A physics professor at Howard University, Yehuda Salu has been involved in research and teaching a variety of physics courses. For the last ten years he has been teaching the course Physics for Architecture. He is a strong believer that introductory physics courses should be tailored to the needs of their audience, and that sound pedagogy begins with meticulous and gradual exposition of principles and culminates with integration of concepts and applications.