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Course Code: MAT 205 Version No.

Course Prerequisit es Objectives

Title: Applied Numerical Methods

LTP C 310 4

1.0 MAT Complex Variables and Partial Differential Equations This course attempts to cover certain basic, important computer oriented numerical methods for analyzing problems that arise in engineering and physical sciences. The students are expected to use MATLAB as the primary computer language to obtain solutions to a few assigned problems. By the end of the course, students should be able to appreciate the power of numerical methods and use them to analyze the problems connected with data analysis, and solution of ordinary and partial differential equations that arise in their respective engineering courses. Unit Title Number of hours (per Unit) 2 hours

Expected Outcome

Unit Nos. Introductio n / Review

MATLAB fundamentals, MATLAB graphics, simple matlab demonstration programs. Numerical errors: Round off error, Truncation error, Propagated error.( No question should be set from review portions) Unit 1 Algebra and Transcendental System of 9 +3 hours Equations General iterative method- secant method- Newton Raphson method non-linear equations- solution of system of equations- generalized Newtons method(roots of equation-solution of system of equations), rate of convergence- Gauss Seidel method for system of linear equations convergence criterion- positive definiteness of a matrixspectral radius of a matrix-tridiagonal system of equations Thomas algorithm. Unit 2 Numerical Differentiation and 9 +3 Integration hours Interpolation- finite differences- Newtons formulae for interpolationLangrage interpolation, interpolation with cubic splines, - numerical differentiation- maxima minima for tabulated values-numerical integration: Trapezoidal rule, Simpsons 1/3 rd and 3/8 th rules. Rombergs method. Unit 3 Ordinary Differential Equations 8+ 3 Hours

(Review: Taylor series method-Euler and modified Eulers methods) Runge Kutta methods fourth order R.K method systems of equations and higher order equations.-multi step methods: Adams-Bashforth method- boundary value problems- the shooting method, eigen value problems- finite difference method. Unit 4 Partial Differential Equations 9+3 Hours Elliptic equation-Laplace equation- Liebmanns method Jacobis method- Gauss- Seidal method- parabolic equations - hyperbolic equations -explicit methods Crank Nicholson implicit method -Von Neumann stability condition-CFL(CourantFriedrichsLewy) stability condition.

Unit 5 Calculus of Variation 8 +3 hours Functionals- - Euler- Lagrange equation- extremals- isoperimetric problems - The Rayleigh Ritz method- Galerkins method. Text Books

1. M. K. Jain, S. R. K. Iyengar and R. K. Jain, Numerical

methods for scientific and Engineering, New Age International Ltd., 4th Edition (2003). 2. C. F. Gerald and P.V. Wheatley. Applied Numerical analysis, Addition-wesley, 7th Edition(2004). Reference Books
1. 2. S.S.Sastry, Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis, PHI Pvt Ltd ,New Delhi(2003) W.Y. Yang, W. Cao, T.S. Chung and J. Morris, Applied Numerical Methods Using MATLAB Wiley India Edt(2007)

3. Steren C. Chapra and Ra P. Canale, Numerical

methods for Engineers with programming and software applications, 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw Hill(2001) 4. Parviz Moin, Fundamentals of Engineering numerical analysis, Cambridge university, . Mode of Continuous Assessment Tests, Assignments, Tutorial Evaluation sheets, Class Tests, Quizzes. Recommended by the Board of Studies on Date of approval by the Academic Council