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VectorAnalysisNotesPart1 - Lecture Notes for EGN 5421...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture Notes for EGN 5421 Engineering Applications of Vector Analysis Summer and Fall Semesters Arthur David Snider, Professor Emeritus [email protected] The current syllabus and the takehome exams are available from the course Blackboard site. CONTENTS Generic Syllabus (Download a current version from the Blackboard site) Guide to the lecture movies I Guide to the Lecture Movies II Some random notes that are cited in the lectures "Accurate Calculations" Lecture Notes: 1 through 20 Lecture Notes: 21 through 26 Generic Syllabus: EGN 5421 or EEL 6935 ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF VECTOR ANALYSIS The 5000- and 6000-level sections are identical in content, but the 6000-level section is graded at a higher standard. Contact the Electrical Engineering Department if you wish to enroll in a 6000-level section. Instructor : Prof. A. D. (Dave) Snider, ENB 246A, 813-974-4785, FAX: 813/974-5250 [email protected] Office hours TBA Text (REQUIRED): Introduction to Vector Analysis, 7 th ed. Author: H. Davis and A. D. Snider Publisher: Quant Systems, Inc. (Hawkes Publishing), Charleston, SC ISBN: 0-697-16099-8 If the USF Bookstore is inconvenient, students can purchase the textbook by going to www.hawkeslearning.com/store and clicking on the "Products" button. Then, click the "Other Titles" link and select the "Introduction to Vector Analysis Textbook" link. Catalog Description : Vector methods of electromagnetism and fluid mechanics. Vector operators, line and flux integrals, potential and transport theorems, applications. Course Prerequisites : solution methods for ordinary differential equations The lectures can be viewed (by anyone at any time) at http://netcast.usf.edu/browse.php?page=Classes/engineering/snider/VectorAnalysis Helpful Web sites : http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Teaching/Courses/EFT/dynamics/html/dyn_index.html, http://www.falstad.com/vector/index.html , http://www.geom.umn.edu/~thurman/calcIII/Lab23/welcome.html, http://webphysics.davidson.edu/Applets/BField/curl.html Welcome to my classes, USF students! You're taking a "web-only" class from me. That means you won't see me live; you'll watch lectures I taped in the past, on the course materials. I will be available in my office for consultation a few hours per week, and we can Skype. I'll answer your emails promptly, unless they are addressed in the syllabus or at the course web site in Blackboard, https://my.usf.edu. This site contains class announcements, documents, old and current exams, assignments, etc. Think about this: you're taking a course from a professor whom you'll hardly ever see. So you don't have much chance for an "A" unless you (1) buy the textbook and (2) follow the web procedures precisely. Be sure to read this long-winded syllabus entirely. Then print it out and stick it in the back of your textbook for future reference....
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