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PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING ANALYSIS- I EGM 6321 - FALL 2008 Instructor: Dr. Oana Cazacu Office: Room 153, Research Engineering and Education Facility(REEF), Shalimar, FL E-mail: [email protected] (preferred mode of communication) Phone: (850) 833-9350; Fax: (850) 833-9366 Gainesville Campus Teaching Assistant: TBA Office Hours: Dr. Oana Cazacu: Tuesday 2:00-4:00 pm Required Textbook: 1. Differential Equations: Linear, Non-linear, Ordinary, Partial by A.C.King, J. Billingham and S.R.Otto Cambridge University Press, ISBN : 0 521 01687 8 2. Special functions for scientists and engineers by W.W. Bell, Dover, ISBN 0486435210 Reference Books: Differential Equations by Shepley L. Ross, ISBN 0-471-0329-8 Special Functions & Their Applications by N.N. Lebedev, ISBN 0-486-60624-4 Course Prerequisites: Completion of elementary calculus and undergraduate ordinary differential equations course such as EGM 4311 or MAP 4305 or permission of the instructor.
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2 Course Objective : The goal of EGM 6321 is to provide the students with the ability to find the proper mathematical setup for given physical and engineering problems and methodologies to find closed-form solutions. Class Schedule: Gainesville: tapes will be shown in room TBA When: Tuesday: 7 th Period Thursday: 7 th and 8 th Periods Shalimar: class meets on Tuesday 10-12:00 am and 1:00-2:00 pm Where: REEF, Studio 1 Policies and Procedures: Homework : Problems will be assigned on Thursday and turned in the following Thursday to the TA by 5:00 pm ET. There will be 10 assignments + 2 BONUS assignments.
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