ChE 2162 - Lecture 16(2015) - Course Business Homework 10...

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Course Business Homework 10 Will get them back today. Midterm 2 Will get them back today. Chemical Engineering Survival Tip If you haven’t already, start mapping out the remainder of your CHE courses with respect to the flowchart. Important classes not to drop (or get lower than a C): BIOL 1201 Math 1550 Math 1552 Math 2090 CHEM 1201 CHEM 1202 PHYS 2110 PHYS 2113 Note: Dropping these courses or getting behind in these courses may impede you from getting into CHE 2171 and/or CHE 2176. Not having CHE 2176 by the beginning of your junior year could throw you off by an entire year!!! Important classes not to get lower than a C in : ENGL 1001 ENGL 2000 Although dropping one of these courses might not delay your graduation date, you have to get a C or better eventually to graduate. Become familiar with which classes ARE and ARE NOT repeat delete classes. Just a heads up, both CHE 2162 and CHE 2171 ARE NOT repeat delete classes. If you score poorly, it will be factored in to your Major GPA. Your major GPA is calculated using ONLY CHE designated classes. Start looking into Group B electives if you are looking for classes to take. If you are considering a Biochemical Concentration, start trying to weave the biology classes into your schedule now. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to get the prereqs for your Group B electives started. ChE 2162 1
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ChE 2162: Introduction to Computer Modeling and Simulation of Chemical Engineering Systems Lecture 16 11-10-2015 Dr. Elizabeth Melvin
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Last Lecture Integration Interpolation ChE 2162 3
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Overview of This Lecture ChE 2162 Anonymous Functions in MATLAB (Function Handles) ODE’s in MATLAB Separable ODE’s Group Exercise How to solve an ODE in MATLAB (Group Exercise) 4
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Creating an Anonymous Function in MATLAB ChE 2162 An Anonymous Function Simple, one line user-defined function that is created without making a separate M-file. Can be created in a script window or directly in the Command Window Generally: >> name = @ (input_list) expression Where: name = name of the anonymous function, like a variable name
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