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This handbook is addressed to students of technology institutf's where a course on mathematical physics of relatively reduced volume is offered, as well as to engineers and scientists.

The aim of the handbook is to treat (demonstrate) the basic methods for solving the simplest problems of classical mathematical physics. Many physical processes in fields such as mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism or optics are described by means of partial differential equations.

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