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<p>Course Syllabus</p> <div><p>Jerash Private University</p><p>Faculty of Engineering</p><p>Civil Engineering Department</p><p>EF_Syll_0901301</p></div> <p>Course Syllabus</p> <p>Course ID</p> <p>0901301</p> <p>Course Title</p> <p>Engineering Computations</p> <p>Prerequisite</p> <p>0303321 Numerical (1)</p> <p>Time &amp; Date</p> <p>Coordinator</p> <p>Instructor</p> <p>Office hours</p> <p>Mon 8:30 11:30am &amp; Tue 9:00-11:00 am</p> <p>Course Description</p> <p>Solution of single non-linear equations; Solution of system of linear equations; </p> <p>Solution of system of non-linear equations; Numerical Differentiation; Interpolation; </p> <p>Curve fitting; Regression analysis; Numerical Integration; Solution of ordinary </p> <p>differential equations; Solution of Boundary Value Problems; Solution of Partial</p> <p> Differential Equations; Solution of Elliptical PDEs; Solution of Parabolic PDEs; </p> <p>Solution of Hyperbolic PDEs; Introduction to the finite element method.</p> <p>Course Objectives</p> <p>1. Solving single non-linear equation using variety of methods and techniques.</p> <p>2. Solving system of linear equations using the direct and indirect approaches. </p> <p>3. Identification of singular and ill-conditioning.</p> <p>4. Solving non-linear system of equations using the Newton-Raphson method.</p> <p>5. Numerical differentiation using forward, backward, and centered techniques</p> <p>6. Interpolation using polynomial fit (Newton and Lagrange), cubic spline, and </p> <p>7. minimization of square of the errors.</p> <p>8. Numerical Integration using variety of methods (Newton-Cotes, Romberg, and </p> <p>Gauss Quadrature.</p> <p>9. Solution of ordinary differential equations using various Euler's methods and</p> <p> Runge-Kutta method.</p> <p>10. Solution of partial differential equations. The PDE's to be dealt with are elliptical </p> <p>PDE's, parabolic PDE's, and hyperbolic PDE's.</p> <p>11. Introduction to the finite element method. One-dimensional and 2-dimensional </p> <p>method.</p> <p>Course Outcomes</p> <p>After successfully completing this course, the students should be able to: </p> <p>1. An ability to apply knowledge ofand </p> <p>2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, to analyze and interpret data</p> <p>3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs</p> <p>4. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams program outcomes</p> <p>5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems</p> <p>6. An understanding of professional and ethicalresponsibility</p> <p>7. An ability to communicate effectively</p> <p>8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions</p> <p> in a global and societal context</p> <p>9. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning</p> <p>10. A knowledge of contemporary issues</p> <p>11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools</p> <p> necessary for engineering practice</p> <p>Course Topics</p> <p>1. Solving single non-linear equation.</p> <p>2. Solving system of linear equation.</p> <p>3. Solving non-linear system of equations.</p> <p>4. Numerical differentiation.</p> <p>5. Interpolation and curve fitting.</p> <p>6. Numerical Integration using variety of methods.</p> <p>7. Solution of ordinary differential equations</p> <p>8. Solution of partial differential equations.</p> <p>9. Introduction to the finite element method</p> <p>Course Text Book</p> <p>Numerical Methods for Engineers by S. Chapra and R. Canale McGraw-Hill Companies,</p> <p> Inc.</p> <p>Course References</p> <p>1. Handout Materials</p> <p>2. Applied Numerical Analysis by C. F. Gerald, and P. O. Wheatley, Addison-Wesley </p> <p>Publishing Company.</p> <p>3. Numerical Analysis by R. L. Burden and J. D. Faires, PWS-Kent.</p> <p>4. Numerical Analysis, by L.W. Johnson and R. Riess, Addison-Wesley.</p> <p>Course delivery</p> <p>Lectures</p> <p>Tutorial</p> <p>Lab</p> <p>Homework</p> <p>Project</p> <p>Computer</p> <p>Internet</p> <p>Industrial Visit</p> <p>Course Assessment</p> <p>Assignments &amp; short reports... 10%</p> <p>2 exams @ 20% each . 40%</p> <p>Final exam .. 50%</p> <p>Updated</p> <p>Dr. Saad 27/9/2009</p> <p>PO1</p> <p>PO2</p> <p>PO3</p> <p>PO4</p> <p>PO5</p> <p>PO6</p> <p>PO7</p> <p>PO8</p> <p>PO9</p> <p>PO10</p> <p>PO12</p> <p>CO1</p> <p>CO2</p> <p>CO3</p> <p>CO4</p> <p>CO5</p> <p>CO6</p> <p>CO7</p> <p>CO8</p> <p>CO9</p> <p>a</p> <p>b</p> <p>C</p> <p>D</p> <p>e</p> <p>f</p> <p>g</p> <p>h</p> <p>i</p> <p>j</p> <p>K</p> <p>CO1</p> <p>CO2</p> <p>CO3</p> <p>CO4</p> <p>CO5</p> <p>CO6</p> <p>CO7</p> <p>CO8</p> <p>CO9</p> <p>ABET a-k Engineering and Technology program outcome</p> <p>(a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering</p> <p>(b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, to analyze and interpret data</p> <p>(c) An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs</p> <p>(d) An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams</p> <p>(e) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems</p> <p>(f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility</p> <p>(g) An ability to communicate effectively </p> <p>(h) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context </p> <p>(i) A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning</p> <p>(j) A knowledge of contemporary issues</p> <p>(k) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice</p> <p>Plagiarism</p> <p>Deliberate plagiarism is a serious act of academic misconduct. Students may be suspended from the University if they are found to have plagiarized their course work. Whether inadvertent or deliberate, plagiarism includes the following:</p> <p>(a) word-for-word copying of sentences or whole paragraphs or presenting of substantial extracts from either paper-based or electronic sources the work or data of others that are published or unpublished (such as books, internal reports, and lecture notes or tapes) without clearly indicating their origin;</p> <p>(b) using very close paraphrasing of sentences or whole paragraphs without due acknowledgement in the form of reference to the original work;</p> <p>(c) submitting another students work in whole or in part;</p> <p>(d) using of another persons ideas, work or research data without acknowledgement;</p> <p>(e) copying computer files, algorithms or computer code without clearly indicating their origin;</p> <p>(f) submitting work that has been written by someone else on the students behalf; and</p> <p>submitting work that has been derived, in whole or in part, from another students work by a process of mechanical transformation (e.g., changing variable names in computer programs</p> <div><p>EF_Syll_0901301</p><p>EF_Syll_0901203</p></div>