Learning Outcomes:

Understand all basic fundamentals of numeric methods transforms.

Prepare him/her self for solving the problem by applying differential equations and transforms.

Apply knowledge of transforms and numerical methods in various application of his/her branch.

Syllabus:

Unit No | Topics |
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1 | Theory of complex Variable: Analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann equation, Line integral, Cauchy’s theorem and Cauchy’s integral. Simple form of conformal transformation with application of the solution of two-dimensional problems. |

2 | Finite Differences And Difference Equations: Finite differences interpolation. Newton’s and LaGrange’s formula. Difference equation with constants co-efficient. Solution of ordinary and partial differential equations with boundary conditions by finite difference method. |

3 | Numerical Methods: Roots of algebraic equations. Solution of linear simultaneous equations. Solution of linear simultaneous equations. Numerical differentiation and integration. Numerical methods to solve first order, first degree ordinary differential equations. |

4 | Laplace Transforms: Definition, Laplace transform of elementary functions. Properties of Laplace transform, Inverse Laplace transforms. Transform derivatives, Transform of integration. Multiplication by tn, Division by t, Convolution theorem. Unit step and Heaviside’s unit function, Dirac-delta function. Periodic functions Solution of ordinary linear differential equations Simultaneous equations with constant coefficient applied to electrical circuits. |

5 | Fourier Series: Definition of periodic function. Euler’s formula. Functions having points of discontinuity. Change of intervals. Odd and even functions. Expansion of odd or even periodic functions. Half range cosine and sine series. Elements of harmonic analysis. |

6 | Fourier Transforms: Definition. Fourier integral Fourier sine and cosine integration. Complex form of Fourier integral. Fourier sine and cosine transform. Inverse Fourier transforms. |

Text Books:

Name :

Higher engineering mathematics

Author:

B. S. Grewal

Reference Books:

Name:

Text book of engineering mathematic

Name:

Engineering mathematics

Name:

Applied Mathematics vol.-I and II

Syllabus PDF:

Attachment | Size |
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Applied Engineering Mathematics.pdf | 187.99 KB |

branch:

CBA

BDA

MA

Course:

2014

Stream:

B.Tech