
By doctorj, on October 9th, 2011% VIDEO GALLERIES: List of Video Playlist from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Here are video galleries from UNSW’s You’ll find various collections of video courses from that program. Many of the videos are about one hour or so in length. Below is a list of video galleries from the University of New South [...] . . . → Read More: Video Galleries from the University of New South Wales
By doctorj, on September 19th, 2011% Playlists of MIT Videos Collected from YouTube The last posting gave you video playlists from the Khan Academy. Here’s another one that will increase your higher level of thinking and challenge in pursuing these highly technical topics. You’re probably aware of Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT’s) Open Courseware. You’ll find here various collections of video [...] . . . → Read More: A Collected Set of Playlists of MIT Videos
By doctorj, on November 28th, 2010% Here are some free and useful videos from MIT talking about divergence and its associated Divergence Theorem. Briefly, divergence describes the behavior of a vector field which provides a measure of flow (or flux) through a closed surface inside the vector field. The divergence theorem relates this double integral operation as a triple integral volume calculation. . . . → Read More: Divergence and Divergence Theorem Tutorials and Examples from MIT
By doctorj, on October 3rd, 2010% Vector calculus or analysis are topics primarily invented to study electromagnetics. They are usually found in Advanced Engineering Math or Multivariable Calculus courses. . . . → Read More: Introduction to Vectors, Vector Analysis/ Calculus

