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**INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN (for Lectures)
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Term: IInd Course No. MTH102 Textbook: Other specific books: Course Title: Engineering Mathematics II L: 3 T: 2 P: 0 1. Grewal B.S , Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers,Delhi,2007. 2. Jain R.K. And Iyenger S.R.K, Advanced Engineering Mathematics,2007 3. Wiley C.R., Mathematics for engineers, Mc Graw Hill & Company.

Other readings:

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Journal articles as compulsory readings (Complete reference)

Indian Journal of Applied MathematicalSciences. Inernational Journal of Applied Mathematics & Mechanics. Journal of fourier analysis and applications (www.springer.com/birkhauser/mathematics/journal/41)

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**Relevant websites: S.No. Web address
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Salient Features

Show the link between vector calculus and differential equations. Give information about the software used in differential equation Introduction about probability distribution Give the contents of vector calculus Animated images of Fourier series

http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/bridge/papers/CMJuse.pdf http://mathforum.org/library/topics/ordinary_diffeq/ http://stattrek.com/Lesson2/ProbabilityDistribution.aspx http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/sjc1/teaching/VC_2000.pdf www.physics.miami.edu/~nearing/mathmethods/animations.html

**Detailed Plan for Lectures
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Plan for 12×L lectures: 6×L for before the MTE, 6×L for after the MTE. Provide for at least 2×L spill-over lecture. Lecture Topic Chapters/ Assignment/ Pedagogical aid Date No. Sections of Task to be Demonstration/ Delivered2 Textbook/ assigned to case study/ other students images/ reference1 animations etc.5 3 DoS4 1 Formulation of differential equations , (1)11/11.3, Variable separable 11.6 2 3 4 5 6 Homogeneous equations, Reducible to Homogeneous equations Linear Differential Equation (LDE) of First Order, Equations reducible to LDE Exact Differential Equations Equations reducible to exact differential equation Equations of first order and higher degree Clairaut’sEquation,Linear differential Equations with constant coefficients (complementary function)

(1)11/11.7, 11.8 (1)11/11.9, 11.10 (1)11/11.1 1,11.12/7 (1)11/11.1 3/8 (1)11/11.1 4, 13/13.1, 13.2,13.3, 13.4,13.5, AssI

Properties of (1)21/21. 7 (1)8/8.11 Inverse Laplace Transform (1)21/21.4. (1)21/21.5 Laplace Transform of Derivatives & (1)21/21. 10.16 Fourier series. 8. Differentiation of vectors Del.6.1 using Laplace Transform 5.8 Multiplication and division by t.2. Euler’s formula (1)10/10.6 functions Half range expansions. integrals 21.7 (1)8/8.12 (1)8/8.10.9 (II) Laplace Transform. 26.9 (I) Legendre’s linear equation (1)13/13. 21.26. 3 (1)8/8.9 (1)8/8. Laplace Transform 21.1 2.6 AssIV AssV Animated Images . Gradient of scalar field AssIII Animated Images 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Directional derivatives Divergence and Curl of a vector field Line integral Green’s theorem surface integral Volume integral Gauss Divergence Theorem Stoke’s theorem and its applications Basic concepts of probability 32 33 Baye’s Theorem Baye’s Theorem (1)10/10.1 4 Solution of Differential equations by (1)21/21.3.14/7 /10 (1)26/26.7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Linear differential Equations with Constant Coefficients(Particular Integral) Variation of Parameters Cauchy’s homogeneous Equation 13. 10.13 (1)8/8.11 (1)8/8.5.16 (1)8/8.8.5 Fourier series of even and odd (1)10/10.4/11 Change of interval (1)10/10.15/7 (1)8/8.1.7 14 (1)13/13.5 (1)26/26.4.5(3) (1)8/8.7. 21.8. 13.6.7 (1)13/13.8. 26. 21.6 (1)26/26.13 Convolution theorem AssII Animated Images 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 (1)21/21.8 (1)13/13. 21.2.10.9.3.1. 8.

that how differential equations can be solved using Laplace Transform & Give Knowledge of Fourier series and Half range expansions and . Cauchy’s homogeneous and Legendre’s linear equation. change of interval. Same assignment 1 Variable separable Homogeneous consisting same equations. To be filled in on the date of delivery of lecture by the instructor 3. Solution of Differential equations by using Laplace Transform Fourier series. Cauchy’s homogeneous and Legendre’s linear equation.cylindrical coordinates.1 5 (1)26/26.1 6/9 Animated Images Additional material for spill over (for at least 2XL lectures) Change of cartesian coordinates to polar. Divergence and Curl of a vector field Line integral and Green’s theorem. To be filled in on the date of assignment (by the instructor) 5. Of the readings above 2. Use S. Concept of random variable Notes: 1. i) Term Paper will be reviewed one week before the MTE . Do not write Lecture. Assignment Formulation of differential equations . Divergence and Curl & Shows the application of multiple integral in vectors. Reducible to Homogeneous questions given to equations. Put assignment number from Assignment Table (below) against the lecture in which planned to be assigned (by co-ordinator) 4. Laplace Transform of Derivatives & integrals Multiplication and division by t Inverse Laplace Transform.Euler’s formula. No. fourier series of even and odd functions. Exact Differential Equations Equations reducible to exact differential equation Equations of first order and higher degree Clairaut’s Equation. ii) It will be submitted with presentation before ETE. Gauss Divergence Theorem. OHP.how it used in concept of waves 2 Same assignment consisting same questions given to whole class Same assignment consisting same questions given to whole class Same assignment consisting same questions given to whole class Same assignment consisting same questions given to whole class 3 4 5 Laplace Transform. Enables the students to learn and understand the Properties of Laplace Transform. Linear Differential Equation (LDE) of First Order. Linear Linear Differential Equation (LDE) Knowledge of different methods to solve LDE like Variation of Parameters. Properties of Laplace Transform. convolution theorem.34 35 36 Binomial distribution Poisson distribution Normal distribution (1)26/26. Del. Term paper to be allotted by lecture no. Details of Assignments Planned: Assignmen Details Nature of t No.1 4/9 (1)26/26. Half range expansions. Expected outcome Enables the students to learn the concept of differential equations and Equations reducible to exact. Stoke’s theorem (without proof) and its applications.Variation of Parameters. Differentiation of vectors. LCD projector etc. 5–8 . Enables the students to learn the concept of Gradient. Due date of term paper: 2 wks before the close of term . Gradient of scalar field and directional derivatives. surface and volume integrals. Linear differential Eqns with Constant Coefficients. Equations reducible whole class to LDE.spherical polar.

17 18 19 20 . the definite integral gives the area under the curve of the integrand.Scheme for CA: (out of 100) Component Attendance Homework based tests/quizzes Term paper Lab performance (only if there is a lab component Any other: specify 5 1 ----- Frequency Marks out of 100 10 75 15 List of suggested topics for term paper S. Geometrically. Explain their difference . What is the difference between first shifting & second shifting theorem.Using equations of your own choice. Show how a & b in y’’+ay’+by=0 can be expressed in terms of λ 1 & λ2. Can you explain why the result must be same in both the cases. In line integral and surface integralwe need vectr functions F .Show that differential equations can be solved by more than one method. What do you mean by path independence of line integral? Why is this practically important?What does it mean physically? Orientation played a role in connection with surface integrals. What is Wronskian? What role did it play in Variation of Parameter. Can a discontinuous function can be developed in the fourier series? In Taylor series. Explain how these formulaes can be used in constructing equations for given bases. Explain the corresponding interpretation for a line integral. Compare the amount of work involved in each case.. 1 2 3 Topic [at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified assignment) Give a short summary of the method of solution of exact differential equation . Solve y’’+4y’=0 (i) By constant coefficient method (ii) By reduction to first order. What are half range expansions ? What are they good for? What are the two kinds of random variables of practical importance. Compared to usual method . Does every continuous function have Laplace transform? Give a reason or counter example. Discuss & compare the advantages & disadvantages of each method. What are the Euler’s formula for the fourier coefficient s ?By what idea did we get them. Illustrate your findings with examples. Explain how a line integral generalises a definite integral known from calculus. what are the advantages of Laplace transform in solving differential equations? For what problem would you prefer the Laplace transform over usual method.but the integrand were actually scalar functions . Explain. Write about the method of undetermined coefficients & method of variation of parameters. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Where does the name of method “ Variation of Parameter” come from? How can we get yp(x) = -y1 rdx + y2 dx.Why did we proceed in this way? t Find the Fourier series of the periodic function that is obtained by passing the voltage V (t ) =V0 Cos 100 π through the half wave rectifier.No. Compare Laplace transform with classical method of solving differential equations explaining the advantages & illustrating the comparison.

signature & date) Comments of HoFD(Chief Academic Officer Signature & Date Comments of Dean of Faculty Signature & Date Report (to be filled by the instructor and submitted at the end of term to HoS through HoD) Lectrures S. NOT part of the instructional plan Topic and lecture number where introduced General Comments of the Instructor about the suitability of IP . new demonstration. teaching aid.No. etc. case study. Innovation introduced [New pedagogy.Proposed Changes from the standard pedagogy for the course: _______________________ Prepared by (Instructional Planner: Name.

.Conduct of Tutorials Tutorial n o. Homogeneous equations. change of interval. Del. Variable separable form. Properties of Laplace Transform. Laplace Transform of Derivatives & integrals Multiplication and division by t Inverse Laplace Transform convolution theorem Solution of Differential equations by using Laplace Transform Fourier series.Euler’s formula. any other) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Formulation of differential equations .Variation of Parameters Cauchy’s homogeneous Equation Legendre’s linear equation. Reducible to Homogeneous equations Linear Differential Equation (LDE) of First Order. Stoke’s theorem (without proof) and its applications Basic concepts of probability Baye’s theorem Syllabus Coverage Report Syllabus coverage by one week before MTE Satisfactory/ Lagging by ____ lectures. Equations reducible to LDE Exact Differential Equations Equations reducible to exact differential equation Equations of first order and higher degree Clairaut’s Equation Linear differential Eqns with Constant Coefficients. Laplace Transform Laplace Transform. surface and volume integrals. Half range expansions Differentiation of vectors. case study. Gauss Divergence Theorem. Date Topics covered in the tutorial Activities (like quiz. . and. doubt clearing. fourier series of even and odd functions. Gradient of scalar field directional derivatives Divergence and Curl of a vector field Line integral and Green’s theorem.. Syllabus coverage by two week before E TE Satisfactory/ Lagging by ____ lectures.

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