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The reasons for the choice of energy sources are many. There is a need to know the options available and how to exploit them, the need to harness some of these sources efficiently and effectively and above all the environmental concerns these energy sources give rise to. The material presented in the form of an e book is mainly meant for higher secondary school students as the audience and for others this may be elementary unless otherwise one wishes to get some basis on this topic.
♥ An Introduction to Physical Oceanography by Matthias Tomczak [html]
This CD-ROM is based on my lecture notes for the physical oceanography part of the First Year undergraduate topic Marine Sciences 1 at the Flinders University of South Australia in Adelaide. They constitute an elementary text but are not a substitute for a proper textbook.
♥ Basics of Fluid Mechanics by Genick Bar-Meir [html]
♥ Classical Mechanics by Jeremy Heyl [html]
♥ Conceptual Physics by Benjamin Crowell [html]
♥ Earth's Dynamic System by W. Hamblin, Eric Christiansen [html]
Earth is exquisitely beautiful; a planet, washed in water and surrounded by a thin atmosphere with swirling white clouds. This planet - our home - is a system of moving gas, liquid, and solids with numerous interconnected and interdependent components. We have mapped its volcanoes, studied the structure and composition of the continents and the deep ocean floor, gaining insight into the planet's origin and history. We also have peered into Earth's depths and discovered that its interior is churning slowly and how such movements affect the very surface of the planet. We have extended our exploration into the vastness of space and found that every object in the solar system contains part of a record of planetary evolution that helps us understand Earth. With these new perspectives on our planet, we can develop an all-encompassing view of how Earth operates as a constantly changing dynamic system.
♥ Frontiers in Chemistry by B Viswanathan [pdf]
♥ Fundamentals of Compressible Flow Mechanics by Genick Bar-Meir [html]
This book deals with an introduction to the flow of compressible substances (gases).
♥ Fundamentals of Die Casting Design by Genick Bar-Meir [html]
This book is divided into two parts. The first discusses the basic science required by a die-casting engineer; the second is dedicated to die-casting-specific science. The die-casting specific is divided into several chapters. Each chapter is divided into three sections: section 1 describes the ``commonly'' believed models; section 2 discusses why this model is wrong or unreasonable; and section 3 shows the correct, or better, way to do the calculations. I have made great efforts to show what existed before science ``came'' to die casting. I have done this to show the errors in previous models which make them invalid, and to ``prove'' the validity of science. I hope that, in the second edition, none of this will be needed since science will be accepted and will have gained validity in the die casting community. Please read about my battle to get the information out and how the establishment react to it.
♥ Inside the Cell by Alisa Machalek, Alison Davis, Kirstie Saltsman [html]
Learn about the parts of a cell, how cells function, what various cells do, how cells multiply, how and why cells die.
♥ Introduction to Physical Oceanography by Robert Stewart [pdf]
♥ Light and Matter series by Benjamin Crowell [html]
A series of series of six books intended for a one-year introductory course of the type typically taken by biology majors
♥ Medicines by Design by Anonymous [html]
Discusses the many different ways medicines work in the body and how this information guides the hunt for drugs of the future.
♥ Nanomaterials: A Sojourn by B Viswanathan [pdf]
♥ Oceanography in the 21st Centure: Our Ocean Planet by Robert Stewart [html]
This is a web-based oceanography textbook.
♥ Regional Oceanography: An Introduction by Matthias Tomczak [html]
Regional Oceanography: an Introduction is a textbook suitable for an advanced undergraduate course or for a course to introduce graduate students to the essentials of oceanography.
♥ Simple Nature by Benjamin Crowell [html]
♥ Surgical Care at the District Hospital by WHO [html]
The WHO Integrated Management for Emergency & Essential Surgical Care e-learning toolkit (CD) has been developed by the Clinical Procedures Unit in collaboration with the GIEESC programme. This tool targets policy-makers, managers, and health-care providers (surgeons, anaesthetists, non-specialist doctors, health officers, nurses, and technicians). This tool contains WHO recommendations for minimum standards in emergency, surgery, trauma, obstetrics and anaesthesia at first-referral level health-care facilities.
♥ Synthetic Strategies Chemistry by B Viswanathan [pdf]
♥ The Chemistry of Health by NIH [html]
Read about actions and reactions, sugars and fats, chemical tools, nature's products, chemistry for healthier world, chemistry and medicine. (20 pp.)
♥ The New Genetics by NIH [html]
Explains the role of genes in health and disease, the basics of DNA and its molecular cousin RNA and new directions in genetic research.
♥ The Structures of Life by Anonymous [html]
An overview of structural biology. Read about the roles of proteins, why proteins shapes are important, tools used to study proteins, how protein shapes affect the design of new medicine.