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Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science

Page : 1 of 3

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (SSCE 1793/SSE 1793)

Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours

Lecturers

Section No

Dr Haliza Abd Rahman

Dr Syarifah Zyurina Nordin

63, 65, 66

62, 64

15, 16

Semester: Semester I

Academic Session: 2016/17

Tel No

Room No

34285

34323

34341

C13-327

C10-321

C10-329

E-mail

mfauzee@utm.my

halizarahman@utm.my

szyurina@utm.my

Synopsis :

This is an introductory course on differential equations. Topics include first order ordinary differential equations (ODEs), linear

second order ODEs with constant coefficients up to fourth order, the Laplace transform and its inverse, Fourier series, and

partial differential equations (PDEs). Students will learn how to classify and solve first order ODEs, use the techniques of

undetermined coefficients, variation of parameters and the Laplace transform to solve ODEs with specified initial and boundary

conditions, and use the technique of separation of variables to solve linear second order PDEs and the method of dAlembert to

solve wave equation.

Objectives:

On completing the course, students should be able to:

1. Use appropriate techniques to find the solution of first order differential equation.

2. Use the method of undetermined coefficients and the method of variation of parameters to find the solution of second

order linear differential equations with constant coefficients up to fourth order.

3. Produce the Laplace transforms and its inverses for standard functions.

4. Solve initial, boundary value problems and system of differential equations using Laplace transforms.

5. Produce Fourier series of given functions.

6. Solve second order heat, wave and Laplace equations using the method of separation of variables and the method of

dAlembert for unbounded wave equations.

7. Communicate effectively in written forms using mathematical language.

Course Text:

1. Abd Wahid Md. Raji and Mohd Nor Mohamad (2015); Differential Equations for Engineering Students, Jabatan

Matematik, UTM.

Supplementary Texts:

2. Glynn James, (2005). Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics, Prentice Hall.

3. Kreyzig, Erwin (1993). Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley, New York (TA 330 K7 1993)

4. Stroud K.A (1996). Advanced Engineering Mathematics; MacMillan Ltd.

5. Alan Jeffrey (2002). Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Academic Press.

6. Nagel et al. (2004). Fundamentals of Differential Equations, 5th ed., Addison Wesley Longman.(QA371 N33 2004)

7. Normah Maan, et. al., (2008) Differential Equations Module, Jabatan Matematik, UTM.

Assessment

1.

Test 1

2.

Test 2

3.

Assignment/quiz

4.

Final

15%

20%

15%

50%

19/10/16, 8.00-9.45 pm

30/11/16, 8.00-10.00 pm

Time to time

Prepared by:

Name: Muhammad Fauzee Hamdan

Signature:

Date: 28 August 2016

Weeks 5-9 L50 DK1, DK2, DK3

Weeks 1-14

Certified by:

Name:

Signature:

Date:

COURSE OUTLINE

Department & Faculty :

Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science

Subject & Code:

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (SSCE 1793/SSE 1793)

Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours

Page : 2 of 3

Semester: Semester I

Academic Session: 2016/17

Weekly Schedule

Week

1

4/9-8/9/16

2

11/9-15/9/16

3

18/9-22/9/16

4

25/9-29/9/16

5

2/10-6/10/16

6

9/10-13/10/16

7

16/10-20/10/16

8

23/10-27/10/16

28/10-5/11/16

9

6/11-10/11/16

10

13/11-17/11/16

11

20/11-24/11/16

12

27/11-1/12/16

13

4/12-8/12/16

14

11/12-15/12/16

18/12-22/12/16

Lecture Topics

Notes

differential equations. Basic ideas; solutions of differential equations, initial and

boundary value problems. Solving separable and linear equations.

Methods of solution of homogeneous equations, exact equations, Bernoulli

equations and other substitutions.

Applications such as law of cooling , the free fall and chemical reactions .

Linear second order ordinary differential equations with constant

coefficients: Second order homogeneous differential equations. Solution of nonhomogenous equations. Method of undetermined coefficients.

Method of the undetermined coefficients to higher order ODEs up to fourth order,

method of variation of parameters.

Applications of second order differential equations: mechanical vibrations, damped

and undamped free vibrations, and electrical circuits, circuits with and without

impedance/resistance

Laplace transforms: Definition of Laplace transforms, derivation of Laplace

transforms for standard elementary functions. Linearity property, first shifting

theorem, multiplication by .

functions and periodic functions; Second shifting Theorem, Laplace transforms of

the derivatives.

SEMESTER BREAK

Solving initial value problems ( IVP), boundary value problems (BVP) and system

of differential equation using Laplace transform.

Fourier series: Even and odd functions. Fourier series for periodic functions.

Fourier series for even and odd functions, Half-range Fourier series,

Partial differential equations. Basic concepts, classifications. Method of

dAlembert for solving wave equations.

Method of separation of variables for solving heat equation (consolidation theory),

wave equations.

Method of separation of variables for solving Laplace equations.

Revision week

Prepared by:

Name: Muhammad Fauzee Hamdan

Signature:

Date: 28 August 2016

Certified by:

Name:

Signature:

Date:

COURSE OUTLINE

Department & Faculty :

Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science

Page : 3 of 3

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (SSCE 1793/SSE 1793)

Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours

Semester: Semester I

Academic Session: 2016/17

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, students should be able to:

No.

CO1

equation.

Use the method of undetermined coefficients and the method of variation

of parameters to find the solution of second

order linear

differential equations with constant coefficients up to fourth order.

Produce the Laplace transforms and its inverses for standard functions.

Solve initial, boundary value problems and solve system of differential

equations using Laplace transforms.

Produce Fourier series of given functions.

Solve second order linear partial differential equations using the method

of separation of variables and the method of dAlembert for wave

equations.

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

CO6

CO7

Programme

Learning

Outcome(s)

Addressed

Teaching and Learning Activities

1.

Face-to-face Learning

a.

Lecture-Centered Learning

In-class exercise (0.5 hr) x 14 weeks

Self-Directed Learning

a.

Assignments (4 hrs x 6)

Revision (preparation for lectures,

b.

tutorials and assignments)

c.

Preparations for Assessments

Formal Assessments

a.

Continuous Assessment (2 tests)

b.

Final Examination (3 hrs)

Total SLT

b.

2.

3.

Student Learning

35

7

24

39

9

3

3

120

Teaching Methods

(a) Lecture and Discussions

(b) Problem Solving-Individual Assignments

Prepared by:

Name: Muhammad Fauzee Hamdan

Signature:

Date: 28 August 2016

Certified by:

Name:

Signature:

Date:

Assessment

Methods

Test 1, Quiz, Final

Test 1, Test 2,

Final

PO1

Test 2, Final

Quiz, Final

Final

Final

Assignments

COURSE OUTLINE

Department & Faculty :

Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science

Subject & Code:

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (SSCE 1793/SSE 1793)

Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours

Prepared by:

Name: Muhammad Fauzee Hamdan

Signature:

Date: 28 August 2016

Page : 4 of 3

Semester: Semester I

Academic Session: 2016/17

Certified by:

Name:

Signature:

Date:

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