MTH510_I Introduction - I INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Engineering...

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1 I INTRODUCTION
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2 1.1 Engineering Problem Solving Process Problem Physical Modeling Mathematical Modeling Result Result Interpretation Problem Definition Solution Modify
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3 • Problem Definition – Physical Modeling - Experience, Individual Intuition – Mathematical Modeling Theory, Basic Laws of Nature, Experimental data • Solution – Pre-Computer Era – Computer Era
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4 Solution: Pre-Computer Era • Analytical Limited to simplified model only Limited practical value Gives insight into the behavior of systems • Graphical Solution Used to solve complex problems Results not precise Tedious & Limited to variables <3
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5 Slow and Tedious Blunders can arise Numerical schemes can be implemented • Summery Requires significant amount of time and Resources Previous researchers duel on methods of solution Less time and Energy for problem Definition & Interpretation( Important aspect of problem solving)
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6 Solution:
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MTH510_I Introduction - I INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Engineering...

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