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Engineering and Technology

Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Engineering and Technology books are authored by professionals and academics working at the forefront of their respective fields, from aerospace and automotive to marine and mechanical engineering. Our books in this area are developed from our authors’ years of technological practice, and also comprise a growing number of engineering textbooks for students and new researchers. As a whole, the collection will be an important benchmark for future research and innovation across the entirety of the Physical Sciences.

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Attitude Stabilization for CubeSat

This book explores CubeSat technology, and develops a nonlinear mathematical model of a spacecraft with the assumption that the satellite is a rigid body. It places emphasis on the CubeSat subsystem, orbit dynamics and perturbations, the satellite attitude dynamic and modeling, and components of attitude determination and the contr...

Formal Methods in Architecture and Urbanism

The book promotes the use of formal methods in the creation of new explicit languages for problem solving in architecture and urbanism. Formal methods bring advantages to human actions and involve the use of theoretically driven techniques, expressed in languages stemmed from mathematics. Formalization seeks to guarantee that solut...

Patents and Artificial Intelligence

The best hope for peace and prosperity in our world is the expansion of information, and, as such, Artificial Intelligence (AI) was created to process an infinite amount of information. As men and women continue to perfect AI, monitoring its evolution can be both enlightening and unnerving. This book showcases the immense utility o...

The Virtual World and Marketing

This collection of essays is dedicated to reviewing, exploring, and reporting state-of-the-art virtual world and marketing issues in the broadest sense. It provides a readable, non-technical publication which offers a comprehensive presentation of marketing issues, trends, data, and likely developments in the virtual world. Readers...

Controllability of Dynamic Systems

The book is about the possibilities of involvement of the well-known Green’s function method in exact or approximate controllability analysis for dynamic systems. Due to existing extensions of the Green’s function notion to nonlinear systems, the approach developed here is valid for systems with both linear and nonlinear dynamics. ...

The Harnessing of Power

This book examines how the 19th century’s transport legacy of bicycles, trains, ocean-going steamers, trucks, trams, buses and cars arose, creating numerous new technologies and markets. Nothing like this range of transport changes had occurred before, and the 20th century changes were incremental compared with those of the 19th ce...

Enhanced On-Demand Multipath Routing for Wireless Networks

The Ad-hoc On-demand Multipath Distance Vector (AOMDV) routing protocol is widely used in highly dynamic ad-hoc networks because of its generic features. The transmission of reliable energy efficient data is an emerging issue in AOMDV routing as the nodes are prone to link failures and route breaks in highly dynamic ad-hoc networks...

Electronics and Microprocessing for Research

This book is an accompanying textbook for an introductory course in microprocessing. Using the Arduino IDE platform, it explains introductory electronics, programming, microprocessing, and data collection techniques to allow students to start designing and building their own instruments for research projects. The course starts from...

Engineering Combustion Essentials

Whether in the Stone Age or in Greek mythology, fire has always been the essence of life. As G.G. Brown put it in 1928, “Combustion is without exaggeration the most important reaction to the human race. All human and animal existence depends upon combustion as its course of energy.” This book provides a detailed description of the ...

International Telecommunications Law and Policy

Since the revolution in modern telecommunications that followed the invention of the telegraph, telecommunication networks have provided channels for the fast delivery of communications across national borders. This transnational nature of telecommunication networks have led to the establishment of international regulatory regimes ...

Developments in Management Science in Engineering 2017

Management science in engineering (MSE) is playing an increasingly important role in modern society. In particular, the development of efficient and innovative managerial tools has significantly influenced the research progress of management science. As research is vital for the propagation of leading-edge methods, journal evaluati...

Transforming Classroom Practice through Robotics Education

This book offers a thorough and reader-friendly discussion of the relevance of incorporating robotics into the 21st century classroom. It explores essential topics including outcome-based education, robotics technology, the use robotics in education, and its theoretical underpinnings, among others. It also provides a wide range of ...
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