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Thursday, March 24, 2016
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Tuesday, March 1, 2016
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Tuesday, January 26, 2016
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Tuesday, March 22, 2016
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Thursday, January 28, 2016
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Notes for Jan 26th and Feb 2nd
Real world problem Example:
Artillery Calculations: When firing a Standard 155mm Artillery
shell, the powder charge is fixed in a jacket much like a
bullet. This means that the only way to hit a target at any
range is to var
Regression Example
Aerodynamic Drag and Rolling Resistance
When I was undergrad, the super-mileage car team at Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology wanted to know the drag coefficient and
rolling resistance coefficient of their car. We designed an
experime
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 8. Due March 24
1. Consider the differential equation:
1
= sin2
2
with initial condition given by
(0) = 1
Solve this equation from t = 0 to t = 8 using the following methods:
(a) S
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 12. Due April 28
1. Electrostatics are governed by the Poisson equation
2 =
Where V is the electric potential (voltage). The value of C is related to the charge density of the
medi
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 4. Due February 11
1. The figure shows the forces acting on an aircraft flying in steady flight (no acceleration). The steadyflight (or trim) equations can be expressed in a coordin
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 10. Due April 14
1. Classify the following PDEs as elliptic, hyperbolic, or parabolic or the conditions under which it
would change between types if it could be multiple types:
2
2
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 7. Due March 17
1. The position of a squirrel (x and y coordinates) running around as a function of time, , is given in
the table that follows. The velocity of the squirrel, , is gi
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 6. Due March 3
1. Write a Matlab function that calculates the real Discrete Fourier Transform according to the
equations below, of a function given by a finite number of points. Nam
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 3. Due February 4
1. Viscous losses in a pipe are expressed in terms of a friction factor, . It is important to know the
frictional forces in pipe flow because they result in pressu
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 5. Due February 25
1. A cam-follower system is a common mechanical engineering mechanism that will produce a linear
displacement of a follower as the cam rotates. The displacement o
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 2. Due January 28
1. A second order accurate backward difference scheme for ( ) is given by
( ) =
(2 ) 4(1 ) + 3( )
+ (2 )
2
Using a Taylor series approximations, derive this expre
MAE 384. Advanced Mathematical Methods for Engineers.
Homework Assignment 11. Due April 21
1. Under the assumptions of incompressible (constant density), irrotational (no rotation, = 0)
and inviscid (no viscous dissipation), the fluid-dynamic equations ar
MAE384 Homework #4
due Thursday, Sep. 29th, 2016 at beginning of class in the class room.
Read the following carefully. No exceptions.
For each problem, document all steps you took to solve the problem. This can be handwritten, but
must be legible for cr