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MATH 901 Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Campus SCME
Programs PG
Session Fall Semester 2016
Course Title Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Course Code MATH 901
Credit Hours 3
Course Objectives
  • To learn the iterative and semi-iterative methods for linear system
  • To understand the concept of different kind of differential equations
  • To lean the concepts about the heat and mass flow
  • To learn the application of differential equations
  • To learn the perturbation theory of asymptotic approximations: perturbation theory for algebraic equations
Detail Content
  • Mathematical and numerical investigation of direct,
  • Iterative & semi-iterative methods of solution of liner systems.
  • Ordinary differential equations, Applied Differential Equations,
  • Laplace and Fourier Transformations and their application,
  • Problems related to boundary flow of heat and mass.
  • Perturbation theory of asymptotic approximations:
  • Perturbation theory for algebraic equations; Regular perturbation theory,
  • Asymptotic and uniformity; stretched time; boundary-layer problems.
Text/Ref Books
  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Kreysizig, E07th. Edn., Wiley (1993)
  • Perturbation Methods, E. J. Hinch Cambridge University Press (1991)
  • Perturbation Methods in Applied Mathematics, J. D. Cole, Springer (1985)
  • Computational and Applied Mathematics for Engineering Analysis, A.S. Cakmak Springer (1987)
  • Fourier Series, G. P. Tolstov Dover Publications (1976)
  • Basic partial Differential Equations, D. Bleecker and G.C Csordas  International Press of Boston (1997).
Time Schedule Fall Semester 2014
Faculty/Resource Person