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MODEL ENGINEERING COLLEGE

ERNAKULAM

COURSE DIARY
Branch

: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Semester :

IST

SEMESTER

Subject

:CALCULAS

Code

:MA 101

Year : 2015

Name of Staff member: DR.REMADEVI.S


Mobile No.

9447810386

Designation

:HOD& PROFESSOR IN MATHEMATICS

Department

:DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SCIENCE

General Instructions

Student performance should be evaluated solely on an academic


basis

Students evaluation should be fair, consistent, transparent and


accountable.

Evaluation of students performance should be disclosed to the


students.

1. Keep the Course Diary up to date by clearly indicating the subject


coverage and students attendance on the relevant pages.
2. Paste the syllabus in the relevant page.
3. Write / paste the Course plan in the relevant page.
4. Events in a semester such as Series Test days, Cultural / Celebration
days, days for extra / co-curricular activities etc. may be indicated in
the Year Calendar.
5. Assignment details may be written in the Course Diary or may be filed
in the Course File.
(i)

Minimum 3 no. of assignments should be given.

(ii)

Different sets of questions may be given in an assignment (at


least three) to a class.

(iii)

Assignments may be in the form of written - closed / open book,


individual / group, home assignment, or in the form of oral
presentation, quiz, seminar etc.

6. Show complete split up of sessional marks in the page Particulars of


Marks. Final sessional mark for each student should be equal to the
sum of marks awarded for Assignments (10) and Series Tests (40).
7. All the entries in the course diary must be, legibly written without
overwriting and free of errors.
8. Do not count marks of class tests along with the series test for
computing sessional mark.
9. The staff member will be responsible for the safe custody of the
Course Diary and (s)he should return it to the HOD at the end of
semester or earlier if (s)he leaves the department or discontinue the
subject.
10.FollowKTU regulations for computing sessional marks.
PRINCIPAL

Branch

: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Semester :

IST

SEMESTER

Subject

:CALCULAS

Code

:MA 101

Year : 2015

Name of Staff member: DR.REMADEVI.S


Mobile No.
Designation

: 9447810386
: HOD&PROFESSOR IN MATHEMATICS

Department

:DEPT. OF APPLIED SCIENCE

Signature

SCHEDULE OF WORK
Days

Wed
Thu
Fri

4
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Mon
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SYLLABUS
COURSE NO.

COURSE NAME

CREDITS

YEAR OF
INTRODUCTION
2015

MA 101
CALCULAS
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COURSE OBJECTIVES
In this course the students are introduced to some basic tools in Mathematics which are
useful in modelling and analysing physical phenomena involving continuous changes of
variables or parameters. The differential and integral calculus of functions of one or
more variables and of vector functions taught in this course have applications across all
branches of engineering. This course will also provide basic training in plotting and
visualising graphs of functions and intuitively understanding their properties using
appropriate software packages.
Single Variable Calculus and Infinite series, Three dimensional space and functions of more than one
variable, Partial derivatives and its applications, Calculus of vector valued functions, Multiple Integrals,
Vector Integration.

EXPECTED OUTCOME
At the end of the course the student will be able to model physical phenomena involving
continuous changes of variables and parameters and will also have acquired basic
training in visualising graphs and surfaces using software or otherwise.
TEXT BOOKS
Anton, Bivens, Davis: Calculus, John Wiley and Sons, 10thed
Srimanta Pal, Subodh C Bhunia: Engineering Mathematics, Oxford, 2015

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REFERENCES:
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Advanced Calculus, Sengar and Singh, Cengage Learning, Ist Edition


Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wiley India edition,
10thed.
B. S. Grewal, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, New
Delhi.
N. P. Bali, Manish Goyal, Engineering Mathematics, Lakshmy Publications
D. W. Jordan, P Smith. Mathematical Techniques, Oxford University Press,
4th Edition.
A C Srivastava, P K Srivasthava, Engineering Mathematics Vol
1. PHI
Learning Private Limited, New Delhi.

COURSE NO: MA101


COURSE NAME: CALCULUS
MODULE

CONTENT

Single Variable Calculus and Infinite series(Book I sec.6.1, 6.4, 6.8, 9.3, 9.5, 9.6, 9.
Introduction: Hyperbolic functions and inverses-derivatives and integrals.

Basic ideas of infinite series and convergence. Convergence tests-comparison, ratio,


proof). Absolute convergence. Maclaurins series-Taylor series - radius of convergenc

(For practice and submission as assignment only:


Sketching, plotting and interpretation of exponential, logarithmic and hyperbol
suitable software. Demonstration of convergence of series by software packages)

Three dimensional space and functions of more than one variable

(Book I 11.7

Three dimensional space; Quadric surfaces, Rectangular, Cylindrical and sph


Relation between coordinate systems,
Equation of surfaces in cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems.

II

Functions of two or more variables graphs of functions of two variables- level cur
Limits and continuity.

(For practice and submission as assignment only:


Tracing of surfaces- graphing quadric surfaces- graphing functions of two variab
packages)

FIRST INTERNAL EXAM


Partial derivatives and its applications(Book I sec. 13.3 to 13.5 and 13.8)

Partial derivativesPartial derivatives of functions of more than two variables - h


derivatives - differentiability, differentials and local linearity -

III

The chain rule Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables - extreme valu
proof)-relative extrema.

Calculus of vector valued functions(Book I-12.1-12.6, 13.6,13.7)

Introduction to vector valued functions- parametric curves in 3-space.


Limits and continuity derivatives - tangent lines derivative of dot and cro
integrals of vector valued functions.

Change of parameter-arc length- unit tangent-normal- velocity-acceleration and sp


tangential components of acceleration.
Directional derivatives and gradients-tangent planes and normal vectors.
(For practice and submission as assignment only:
Graphing parametric curves and surfaces using software packages )

IV

SECOND INTERNAL EXAM


Multiple integrals
(Book I-sec. 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.5, 14.6, 14.7

Double integrals- Evaluation of double integrals Double integrals in non-rectan


reversing the order of integration
Area calculated as a double integral- Double integrals in polar coordinates-

Triple integrals-volume calculated as a triple integral- triple integrals in cylindr


coordinates-

Converting triple integrals from rectangular to cylindrical coordinates - convert


from rectangular to spherical coordinates - change of variables in multiple i
(applications of results only)

Vector integration(Book I sec. 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.6, 15.7, 15.8)
Vector and scalar fields- Gradient fields conservative fields and potential function
curl - the

operator - the Laplacian 2 ,

Line integrals - work as a line integral- independence of path-conservative vector fie

Greens Theorem (without proof- only for simply connected region in plane), surf
integral - Divergence Theorem (without proof) , Stokes Theorem (without proof)

VI

(For practice and submission as assignment only:


graphical representation of vector fields using software packages )

END SEMESTER EXAM

Open source software packages such as gnuplot, maxima, scilab , geogebra or R may be
used as appropriate for practice and assignment problems.
TUITORIALS: Tuitorials can be ideally conducted by dividing each class in to two
groups. Prepare necessary materials from each module that are to be taught using
computer. Use it uniformly to every class.

Course Plan
No.

Date &
Day

Hr.

Topics to be Covered

1hr

MODULE I
Sequences, Introduction to infinite series

2hrs

Convergence and Divergence , Properties, comparison Tests,


simple problems

Ratio Test and Root Test - Problems

Radius of convergence, Maclaurins series

Inverse hyperbolic functions

Assignment portions and class test.

MODULE II
Rectangular, Cylindrical and spherical coordinates, Relation between
coordinate systems quadric surfaces

Equation of surfaces in cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems.


-Tutoral

10

11

Quadric surfaces, Functions of two or more variables graphs of


functions of two variables

12

level curves and surfaces Limits and continuity.

13

Problems, Assignment Portions

Module III
Partial derivativesPartial derivatives of functions of more than two
variables -

14

9/9/2015

Taylor Series, Hyperbolic functions and its problems.

Quadric surfaces -Problems

15

higher order partial derivatives

16

Problems , - differentiability, differentials and local linearity

17

The chain rule

18

Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables

19

extreme value theorem (without proof)-relative extrema

20

problems

Module IV

21

28/9/2015
Monday

Introduction to vector valued functions- parametric curves in 3-space.


22

Limits and continuity

23

derivatives - tangent lines

24

derivative of dot and cross product-definite integrals of vector valued


functions.

25

Change of parameter-arc length- unit tangent-normal- velocityacceleration and speed

26

Normal and tangential components of acceleration

27

Directional derivatives and gradients-tangent planes and normal


vectors.

28

Problems Graphing parametric curves and surfaces using software


packages

Module V

29

14/10/2015
Wednesday

Double integrals- Evaluation of double integrals


30

1
Double integrals in non-rectangular coordinates- reversing the order of
integration

3/11/2015
Tuesday

Area calculated as a
coordinates-

double integral- Double integrals in polar

Triple integrals

-volume calculated as a triple integral- triple integrals in cylindrical and


spherical coordinates-

triple integrals in cylindrical and spherical coordinateschange of variables in multiple integrals -Jacobians

Converting triple integrals from rectangular to cylindrical coordinates converting triple integrals from rectangular to spherical coordinates

problems

Module VI
Vector and scalar fields- Gradient fields
and curl

the

operator divergence

conservative fields and potential functions

1
problems
1

the Laplacian ,

Line integrals - - work as a line integral

independence of path-conservative vector field , Greens Theorem

surface integrals flux integral

problems

25/11/2015

Stokes Theorem- Divergence Theorem

problems

Details of Assignments/Tutorials/Mini Projects

No

Date of
submission

Date of
return after
evaluation

Description
Class Test- Module 1

17/8/2015

17/8/2015

31/8/2015

4/8/2015

Assignment - Module I .
Sketching, plotting and interpretation of exponential,
logarithmic and hyperbolic functions using suitable
software. Demonstration of convergence of series by
software packages
Submission and Presentation by students .Evaluated by
two faculty faculties .

11/9/2015

16/9/9/2015

Assignment- Module II
Tracing of surfaces- graphing quadric surfaces- graphing
functions of two variables using software packages

Subject Coverage
Date
&
Day

Hr.

Topics Covered

Mode of
instruction

Year Calendar

No Date

Event

21/8/2015

ONNAM CELEBRATION

7/9/20158/9/2015

FIRST SEIRS TEST

16/9/201518/9/2015

EXCEL 2015

26/9/2015
SATURDAY

WORKING DAY

Remarks
September 26th working day

INSTEAD OF 21/8/2015

ATTENDANCE, MARKS FOR ASSIGNMENT, TESTS AND


INTERNAL EVALUATION MARKS WITH SPLIT UP
(IN TABULAR FORM)

Notes