EM3108 Numerical Techniques

Objectives:

This course  introduces the student  the concepts of Numerical Techniques and to their application in  engineering problems
 

Pre-requisite:

EM2207
 

Credit Hours:

3
 

Contact Hours:

35  hours of Lectures
15  hours of Assignments/Tutorials
20 hours of Practical
 

Course Marks

70%  Final Exam
30% Course Work
 

Text & References

Bilal M. Ayyub, Richard H. McCuen, “Numerical Methods for Engineers” , 1/e, Prentice-Hall, 1996, ISBN 0-13-337361-4
 

Description:

Solution of equations, solution of linear equations, solution of non-linear simultaneous equations, solving the egenvalue problem, solution of initial value problems, introduction to the solution of partial differential equations
 

Outlines

1. Introduction.
2. Matrices.
3. Introduction to Numerical Methods.
3. Roots of Equations.
5. Simultaneous Linear Equations.
6. Numerical Interpolation.
7. Differentiation and Integration.
8. Differential Equations.
9. Data Description and Treatment.
10. Curve Fitting and Regression Analysis.

Laboratory

To be conducted in the course EE3139