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Course Name
Turkish Kimya Mühendisliğinde Hesaplamalı Yöntemler
English Computati. Meth. in Chem. Eng.
Course Code
KMM 222E Credit Lecture
Semester 4
4 2 2 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Melek Mümine Erol Taygun
Course Objectives 1. To develop an understanding of the mathematics underlying the various numerical methods and how they are applied to solve engineering problems
2. To select and apply appropriate numerical methods to obtain approximate solutions to chemical engineering problems
3. To analyze and evaluate the accuracy of numerical methods
4. Develop, test and evaluate simple numerical algorithms in MATLAB for solving engineering problems.
5. To develop computational and data analysis skills
Course Description Numerical methods and computational problem solving; MATLAB fundamentals; MATLAB programming; round-off and truncation errors; solution of nonlinear algebraic equations (root finding); solution of systems of equations; curve fitting and linear/nonlinear regression; polynomial interpolation; numerical differentiation; numerical integration; numerical solution of ordinary differential equations (initial value and boundary value problems)
Course Outcomes Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Apply iterative methods to solve for the roots of a nonlinear algebraic equation
2. Solve systems of linear and nonlinear equations
3. Analyze data using polynomial interpolation and curve fitting
4. Use numerical integration and differentiation in engineering problems
5. Solve ordinary differential equations using single-step and multi-step methods
6. Determine the sources and effects of truncation and round-off error and calculate an estimate of error in simple numerical formulae
7. Determine an optimum step size to minimize error in use of numerical methods for solving problems such as numerical integration, numerical differentiation, solving an ODE
8. Select and apply suitable numerical methods to solve chemical engineering problems
9. To write efficient, well-documented MATLAB code and present numerical results in an informative way
10. Apply the built-in functions in MATLAB to numerical solutions
Pre-requisite(s) MAT 210 MIN DD
or MAT 210E MIN DD
or MAT 104 MIN DD
or MAT 104E MIN DD
Required Facilities
Textbook Steven C. Chapra, Applied Numerical Methods with Matlab for Engineers and Scientist, 4th ed., McGraw Hill, 2017.
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