EP207 Numerical methods.pdf

Clo4 solve differentiation and integration problems

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CLO4: Solve differentiation and integration problems by using numerical-based methods. (C3, PLO2) CLO5: Solve chemical/petroleum engineering problems by using appropriate numerical methods. (C3, PLO2) Transferrable Skills Critical thinking Delivery Method Lecture Teaching-Learning Assessment Strategy PLO Teaching Learning Activities Type of Assessment PLO2: Problem Analysis Lecture Written test Assignment Assessment Methods and Types Type of Assessment Assessment Methods Percentage (%) Written test Mid-Term 20 Test 20 Final exam 50 Assignment Report 10 The course has four assessment components as described below: Mid-term : it will be conducted on week 7-8 of the long semester and week 4 of the short semester. The midterm exam will have 4 questions and the duration is 1.5 hours.
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Rev December 2016 Test : it will be conducted on anytime in the semester. The test will usually have 3 questions and the duration is 1.5 hours. Assignment : Assignment that involves the applications of numerical methods in chemical/petroleum engineering problem solving will be given on various topics covered by the course. Final Exam: It will consist of 5 questions. Answer all questions. The exam is 3 hours duration. 50% ruling: Applicable Supplementary exam: Applicable (on the final exam only) Mapping of the course to Programme Objectives (PEO) Course Learning Outcomes Programme Objectives PEO 1 PEO 2 PEO 3 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 Mapping of the course to the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO) Course Learning Outcomes Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 Assessment/CLO Matrix Assessment CLO1 CLO2 CLO3 CLO4 CLO5 1. Mid-Term 2. Test 3. Assignment 4. Final Exam Content outline of the course and the SLT per topic Topic/Content Face to Face Independent Learning TLT L T P O L T P O 1. Introduction to Mathematical Modelling and Analysis Introduction to mathematical modelling in chemical engineering Analytical and numerical-based solution
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