We present this collection of vector calculus books in PDF format, created for those interested in the study of mathematics, physics, and mechanical engineering. In the latter practical area, vector calculus is used a lot in problems of dynamics and kinematics.

Vector calculus can be defined as a method of vector analysis in two or more dimensions and a body of formulas used to solve problems in engineering and physics. A physical quantity is considered to be vectorial when, in addition to a modulus, it needs a direction, a sense, and a number that dominates it.

Vector calculus is based on four operations: Gradient, rotor, divergence, and Laplacian. A very complex engineering problem can be solved by transforming it into a system of equations that can be solved through matrix calculus. These, in turn, are associated with vector calculus.

Vectors are line segments oriented in a given space and are composed of three elements: module, direction, and sense. They are classified as free, axial, fixed, sliding, equipollent and opposite.

Take a look right now at this collection of more than 15 vector calculus books in PDF format and download the ones you want to your different electronic devices.

## Here we present our complete selection of Vector Calculationbooks:

Vectors

Alamo College

Units and Vectors: Tools for Physics

Tennessee Tech University

Vectors

UCF Physics

Introduction to vectors

Mathcentre

Vectors

University College London

Vector Algebra

NCERT

Vectors (Article)

people.computing.clemson

Vectors In Physics (Presentation)

University of Houston

Vector Geometry

University of Manitoba

Vectors and Scalars

University of Babylon

Vector Calculus

Whitman College

Vectors and Applications

MathsTrack

Introduction to Vectors

R Horan & M Lavelle

Physics 1100: Vector Solutions

KPU

Magnitudes, Directions, and Components of Vectors

Dr. Leah Howard

Vector Applications