EM3209 Complex Variables

Objectives:

This course  introduces the student  the concepts of Complex Variables and to their application in  engineering problems
 

Pre-requisite:

EM2207
 

Credit Hours:

2
 

Contact Hours:

30 hours of Lectures
15 hours of Assignments/Tutorials
 

Course Marks

70%  Final Exam
30% Course Work
 

Text & References

Edward Saff, Arthur D. Snider, “Fundamentals of Complex Analysis”, 3/e, Prentice-Hall, 2000, ISBN 0-13-907874-6
 

Description:

Complex number, analytical functions, simple functions, graphical representation by simple functions, integration, complex series, zeros and poles, zeros computation, real integration
 

Outlines

1. Complex Numbers.
2. Analytic Functions.
3. Elementary Functions.
3. Complex Integration.
5. Series Representations for Analytic Functions.
6. Residue Theory.
7. Conformal Mapping.
8. The Transforms of Applied Mathematics