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1 Numerical Analysis for Mechanical Engineers (20-MECH-342) Introduction Reference class syllabus
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3 Professor Kumar Vemaganti Office – 629 Rhodes Hall Office Hours – MW 3:30-5:00 Other times by appointment (call/e-mail) Phone - 556-2728 (time stamped voice mail) email - [email protected] class web site – blackboard.uc.edu
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4 Books Numerical Methods for Engineers , Ayyub and McCuen, Prentice Hall. Optional – Engineering Problem Solving With M ATLAB , Etter, Prentice Hall. Lab Notes: An Introduction to MATLAB, Rost (available on blackboard). Other references will be suggested if necessary.
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5 What you will need An account on the College of Engineering Computer systems An email account (update on blackboard) Laptop with wireless access. For minimum requirements, see http://www.eng.uc.edu/resources/college/ collegecomputing/soc/minreq/ MATLAB student edition; Available at the bookstore.
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Email Each student is expected to have an email account. You should check your email regularly.
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