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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
PreRequisutes
Course Objectives
To learn the iterative and semiiterative 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 & semiiterative 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; boundarylayer 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