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question bank for 3rd semester ECE R2008 Anna university
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ECE/MQ/III SEM/ Page 1
Reg.No.:
B.E./B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, November-2009
Second Year - Third Semester
MA2211
–
TRANSFORMS AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONSM
ODEL
Q
UESTION
P
APER
-

I
(Regulation 2008)
Time: Three hours Maximum marks: 100
Answer ALL questionsPart-A (10 x 2 = 20 marks)

1.

Determine the value of a
n
in the Fourier series expansion of f(
x
) =
x
3
in (-
,) .
2.

Find the Fourier sine transform of .3.

Solve ( D² + 3 DD' + 2D'² )

z = 04.

Form the partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary constantsa and b from (
x
- a )² + (
y
- b = z
2
cot
2
α.
5.

Prove that F [
f
(
x
+ a)] = e
ias
F(s).6.

State the convolution theorem on Fourier transforms.7.

What is the basic difference between the solution of one dimensional waveequation and one dimensional heat equation?8.

What are the possible solutions of two dimensional heat equation in steadystate?9.

Find the Z-transforms of .10.

Form the difference equation from
y
n

=
a + b 3
n

PART-B (5 x 16 = 80 marks )
11 (a) (i) Find a Fourier series expansion of period
l
for the function

ECE/MQ/III SEM/ Page 2
f (
x) =
, hence deduce
1
n
. (
16
)

(OR)
(b)(i) Find the half range cosine series of
(
x) = - x
², 0
< x < .
(8)
Hence find the sum of the series
+
+…….

(ii) Find the complex form of the Fourier series of f(x) =
e
x

in
<
x
<and
)()2(
x f  x f
.(8)
12. (a ) (i)
Find the Fourier transform of the function f(x) defined byf(x) =Hence prove that
cos (s/2 )ds =
.
(10)
(ii) Find the Fourier cosine transform of
f(x) =
(6)

(OR)
(b) (i)
Find the Fourier transform of the function f(x) = , a > 0. Deduce that (8)F(x) =
i .

(ii)
Show that the function is self reciprocal under Fourier transforms. (8)
13) (a) (i) Solve (
x
² +
y
² +
yz
)p + (
x
² +
y
² -
xz
) q = z(
x
+
y)

(8)
(ii) Solve ( + 2DD' + D'² )z

=
x
²
y
+ e
x
–
y.
(8)
(OR)
(b) (i) Solve z =
px
+
qy
+
p
² +
qp
+
q
² .
(8)

ECE/MQ/III SEM/ Page 3
(ii)
Form the PDE by eliminating arbitrary function from z = x f (2
x+ y
) + g (2x
+ y)
.
(8)
14) (a) The ends A and B of a rod
l
cm long have their temperatures kept at 20ºc and 40ºcuntil steady state conditions prevail. The temperature at the end A is suddenly increasedto 50ºc and that of B is decreased to 10ºc.Find the temperature distribution of the rodat any time t ,also find the temperature at the midpoint. (16)

(OR)
b) A rectangular plate with insulated suface is 10cm wide and so long compared to its widththat if may be considered infinite length . If the temperature at the short edge y = 0 isgiven by

U =
and all the other edges are kept at 0
o
c. Find the steady state temperature at any pointof the plate. (16)15. (a)(i) Find z[ cos n] and z[ sin n]. (8)(ii) Find
)3()2(
221
z z z Z
. (8)
(OR)
b) (i) State and prove the convolution theorem on z
–
transforms. (8)(ii) Solve y
n+2
+ 4y
n+1
-5 y
n
= 24n - 8, given that y
0
= 3 and y
1

= -5. (8)**********************