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Lecture_07_Structured_Programming-1 - EGR 102 Introduction...

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Unformatted text preview: EGR 102 Introduction to Engineering Modeling Structured Programming hapter .3- .4 Chapter 3.3 3.4 EGR 102 Lecture 07 1 Figures from: “Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB,” Steven Chapra, McGraw Hill Lab Exam 1 ¡ Scores & solutions posted on Angel ¡ Grading parity used across lab sections ¡ Grading scale per syllabus: 90-80-70-60 ¡ See lab TA re inquiries ¡ Per syllabus; 1 week to dispute a score ¡ Lab Exam 2 – Lab 12B EGR 102 Lecture 07 2 Lecture Exam 1 ¡ Scores & solutions posted on Angel ¡ Grading scale per syllabus: 90-80-70-60 ¡ Per syllabus; 1 week to dispute a score ¡ Lecture Exam 2 – Friday, March 30 EGR 102 Lecture 07 3 Programming and Software ¡ Computers can help us obtain numerical solutions to a given engineering model. wo ways: ¡ Two ways: ¡ Use available software designed to solve specific types of problems: FEA, CFD, MBD, … rite omputer programs to extend the capabilities of available ¡ Write computer programs to extend the capabilities of available software: Excel, Matlab, Python, C++ ... ¡ Engineers should not be tool limited. It is important to e ble to se nd evelop programs be able to use and develop programs EGR 102 Lecture 07 4 Programming and Software ¡ Computer programs are sets of instructions that direct the computer to perform a certain task. o be able to perform engineering riented numerical ¡ To be able to perform engineering-oriented numerical calculations, you should be familiar with the following programming topics: imple information representation (constants, variables, and type declaration)...
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Lecture_07_Structured_Programming-1 - EGR 102 Introduction...

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