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Introduction to Computer Programming with MATLAB CEE/MAE M20 Lecture 1a Introduction CEE/MAE M20 Why computer programming? To calculate a result from a complicated algorithm To analyze limited measurement data in order to estimate the state of a system To simulate , e.g., natural phenomena or behavior of engineered systems To control a system to behave in a particular manner To automate a tedious or time-consuming process To design new products, materials, or techniques To efficiently carry out an otherwise inefficient process 2 CEE/MAE M20 Examples 3 Behind almost any modern engineering or scientific endeavor, there is likely some computer code Navigation Cantilever Beam Mechanical Structural Design and Optimization Piezoelectric fan Research by Prof. E.T.’s Group Transmission line tower CEE/MAE M20 Examples 4 Behind almost any modern engineering or scientific endeavor, there is likely some computer code Navigation Cantilever Beam Structural Design and Optimization Piezoelectric fan Research by Prof. E.T.’s Group Transmission line tower CEE/MAE M20 Examples 5 Behind almost any modern engineering or scientific endeavor, there is likely some computer code Virtual Prototyping Airbag inflation Injury prediction Crash-worthiness simulations CEE/MAE M20 Examples 6 Behind almost any modern engineering or scientific endeavor, there is likely some computer code Extreme event simulations Bird collides with aircraft wing Penetration of Reinforced Concrete Panel Research by Prof. E.T.’s Group Concrete testing at high-strain rates Research by Prof. E.T.’s Group Full-system simulation of SRB Schematic of SRB Accident scenarios
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CEE/MAE M20 Is there an app for that?
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