I am starting out to teach a course in calculus for (first semester) engineering students. I woild like some soure book (or other kind of sources) for "history of engineering mathematics". Searching for that term at amazon.com does only give general history of math books. Anybody know some good books, links, etc for such info?
EDIT: to answer the question in the so far one answer: let us concentrate on calculus-based engineering mathematics, that is, post-Newton! We can also concentrate on mathematics used in some central fields like mechanical engineering and civil engineering (that is, constructions).