engr8102_fall07

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ENGR 8102 Computational Engineering: Elliptic Partial Differential Equations Fall 2007 Syllabus Instructors: Caner Kazanci and John Knox Office: Caner Kazanci: 410 Driftmier Engineering Center, (706) 542-0863 John Knox: 604 Driftmier Engineering Center, (706) 542-6067 E-mail: caner@uga.edu, jknox@engr.uga.edu Course website: http://www.math.uga.edu/~caner/07engr8102/ Office Hours: TBA Text: Numerical Analysis by Timothy Sauer Objective: The formulation, analysis, and numerical solution methods of elliptic partial differential equations. Prerequisites: ENGR 6101 Topics: Here's tentative schedule of topics to be covered: Topics Dates Transport equations, numeric and analytic solutions Week 1 Forward and backward solution techniques, elliptic PDE's Week 2 Vector norms, fourier transformation, Parseval equality Week 3 Von Neumann stability analysis Week 4 2d elliptic PDE's with sources and sinks Week 5 Grading: The course grade will be based on homework assignments. Homework's will be posted on the course website on Fridays, and they will be due Fridays by noon (the following week) in my
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Unformatted text preview: mailbox. HW Policy: You need to show all your work on solutions of all HW assignments. Grades will be assigned to correct solutions, not correct answers. Just a correct answer will be graded as 0/10 unless there is a solution in your paper that leads to this answer. On the other hand, a solution attempt based on a correct idea will definitely get partial credit even though the final answer might be wrong. All academic work must meet the standards contained in ``A Culture of Honesty''. Students are responsible for informing themselves about those standards before performing any academic work. Attendance: Attendance is required. If you miss any classes, it is your responsibility to get notes from your classmates and make up for the class you missed. The course syllabus is a general plan for the course; deviations announced to the class by the instructor may be necessary....
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