Nov26-12, 03:57 PM
I need some guidance or where or how to learn the mathematics for velocity-phase space integrals that appear in Maxwellian distributions.
I'm an Engineer in Electronics and Communications, taking an advanced course on Kinetic Theory and I'm having this mathematical problems as I don't have much background on Physics.
I have already taken courses in vector calculus, differential equations and integration methods (basic)
Thanks a lot.
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