Numerical Mathematics and Numerical Simulation
DFBME-412
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Written exam 120 min.
DFBME-412
Mechanical Engineering
4
mandatory course
EE-K2-540
Energy system technology / Renewable energies
4
optional course
FT18
Automotive Engineering
4
mandatory course
FT18
Automotive Engineering
4
mandatory course
FT18
Automotive Engineering
4
mandatory course
FT18
Automotive Engineering
4
mandatory course
MAB.4.1.NMS
Mechanical and Process Engineering
4
mandatory course
60 class hours (= 45 clock hours) over a 15-week period.The total student study time is 150 hours (equivalent to 5 ECTS credits).There are therefore 105 hours available for class preparation and follow-up work and exam preparation.
Prof. Dr. Marco Günther
mgu
Prof. Dr. Marco Günther
mgu
After successfully completing this course, students will:
- solve fundamental problems using the principles of numerics and standard numerical methods
- use their newly acquired practical knowledge in problem solving to engineer simulations of dynamic systems
- be able to use MATLAB
- develop calculation programs
- program and use MATLAB script files and Simulink model files
Linear algebra: Definition of linear systems of equations, Application examples in engineering, Numerical solution methods: direct solvers, iterative solvers
Nonlinear equations: Determining a zero point, Nonlinear systems
Introduction to Matlab using a computer
Interpolation: Newton polynomials, Spline functions
Approximation (linear discrete Gaussian approximation)
Numerical differentiation and integration
Ordinary differential equations: Initial value problems, boundary value problems
Introduction to Simulink on the computer
Lecture notes, PowerPoint presentation/handouts, exercises
- Bartsch H.-J.: Taschenbuch Mathematischer Formeln
- Beucher O.: MATLAB und Simulink
- Faires J.D., Burden R.L.: Numerische Methoden
- Schwarz H.R., Köckler N.: Numerische Mathematik
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