**Title:** Differential Equations of Physics

**Author:** España González
Series: Mathematics

**Collection:** Textos Politecniscos

**Publisher:** Niriega Limusa

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN:** 968-18-5553-1

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 111-page book has as the objective “to illustrate and explain in a detailed way, the evolution of the most representative physical concepts and to illustrate them in mathematical terms using differential equations.

This 111-page book has as the objective “to illustrate and explain in a detailed way, the evolution of the most representative physical concepts and to illustrate them in mathematical terms using differential equations. The first part of this work is oriented toward the differential equations that describe the most important theories of classical physics, passing through particle mechanics, gravitational potential, conduction of heat, energy, electricity, oscillations and waves, and electromagnetic potential. In the following chapters, some of the standard ways to solve those differential equations from which the previous concepts have been derived from, are introduced, such as eigenfunctions, Fourier series and integrals, Green’s theorem, particular solutions in coordinates, asymptotic expansions, changes of variables, etc.”

—Fragment taken from the back of the book.

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