English for Engineering develops the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of engineering professionals, enabling them to communicate more confidently and effectively with colleagues and customers. The ten standalone units cover topics common to all kinds of engineering - including civil, electrical and mechanical - such as procedures and precautions; monitoring and control; and engineering design. Authentic activities - from describing technical problems and suggesting solutions to working with drawings - make the course relevant and motivating.
For the last 20-30 years, interest among mathematicians and physicists in infinite-dimensional Hamiltonian systems and Hamiltonian partial differential equations has been growing strongly, and many papers and a number of books have been written on integrable Hamiltonian PDEs. During the last decade though, the interest has shifted steadily towards non-integrable Hamiltonian PDEs. Here, not algebra but analysis and symplectic geometry are the appropriate analysing tools. The present book is the first one to use this approach to Hamiltonian PDEs and present a complete proof of the "KAM for PDEs" theorem. It will be an invaluable source of information for postgraduate mathematics and physics students and researchers.