This course covers a broad spectrum of mathematical techniques needed to solve advanced problems in engineering. Topics include linear algebra, the Laplace transform, ordinary differential equations, special functions, partial differential equations, and complex variables. Application of these topics to the solutions of physics and engineering problems is stressed. This course may be substituted for 615.441 Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering in the Applied Physics program.
Vector analysis and ordinary differential equations.
To master the fundamental mathematical techniques used in linear algebra, laplace transforms, fourier analysis, partial differential equations, and complex variables and to demonstrate these techniques by the solution of problems in various disciplines.
Solve systems of linear equations, solve eigenvalue problems. Understand and apply Laplace transforms to solve systems of differential equations.
Usually in the Fall and Spring semesters at Dorsey Center.
|In-class midterm exam||35%|
|In-class final exam||35%|
Grading details are provided in the course policy statement to be handed out during the first day of classes.
Basic skills using a desktop computer.
There will be nine homework sets, each due the week after it is assigned. All the homework sets are distributed with the course syllabus on the first day of class. The in-class exams will be open book, open notes exams. Forming study groups is encouraged.
Textbook information for this course is available online through the MBS Direct Virtual Bookstore.
There are no notes for this course.
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