Engineering Analysis (Electrical)
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ENG1073L
2015/6
Semester 1
A
FHEQ Level 4
Linked 10+10
Engineering
Engineering: Mathematics and Computing (not in use)
Dr A Byrne

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To develop mathematical knowledge, understanding and skills in fundamental topics of mathematics so that students can later build on these to describe, model, analyse and evaluate electrical and general engineering problems using a range of mathematical techniques and appropriate software for calculations (Matlab).
Theory, calculation methodologies and applications are delivered in lectures, exercise classes and discipline tutorial groups. Discipline skills are assessed in classroom tests to facilitate written feedback and the wider learning outcomes of the module area ssessed in the final closedbook examination.
Study Hours:  
Lectures:  48.00  Directed Study:  123.00  
Seminars/Tutorials:  24.00  Other:  0.00  
Laboratory/Practical:  0.00  Formal Exams:  5.00  Total: 200.00 
On successful completion of this module you will be able to...
understand and explain mathematical concepts and techniques underpinning all aspects of their course of study.
On successful completion of this module you will be able to...
apply a range of mathematical principles to describe, model, analyse and evaluate electrical and general engineering problems.
On successful completion of this module you will be able to...
carry out systematic problem solving.
001.  Assessment Type  Duration  Percentage 
Examination  closed book  2.00  70%  
Description  
Examination  closed book  
002.  Assessment Type  Duration  Percentage 
Classroom test  1.50  30%  
Description  
1.5hr class test in semester 2, contributing 30% to the total assessment  
900.  Assessment Type  Duration  Percentage 
Examination  closed book  3.00  100%  
Description  
Supplementary assessment: examination  closed book 
Coordinate geometry; graphs in Cartesian and polar coordinates.
Complex numbers; algebra and properties; polar and exponential forms; applications to general and electrical engineering systems.
Elementary vector algebra; lines and planes.
Matrices; definitions, basic algebra, linear systems, applictions to general and electrical engineering systems.
Functions; general concepts, composition, specific functions, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, inverses and limits.
Differentiation; definitions and rules.
Integration: definitions, techniques.
Applications of differentiation and Integration to general and electrical engineering systems.
Ordinary Differential Equations; first and second order equations, applications to general and electrical engineering systems.
Sequences, series and power series.
Difference equations; first and secondorder difference equations.
Numerical methods; errors, solution to equations, numerical integration.
General and Electrical Engineering applications and context will be explored at every opportunity.
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