Course code: 252301 | Subject title: MATHEMATICS III | ||||
Credits: 6 | Type of subject: Mandatory | Year: 2 | Period: 1º S | ||
Department: Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas | |||||
Lecturers: | |||||
PALACIAN SUBIELA, JESUS FCO. (Resp) [Mentoring ] |
Laplace transforms. Properties. Transforms calculation. Inverse Laplace transform. Properties of Laplace transforms. Application to the solution of ordinary differential equations and integro-differential equations. Applications in engineering.
Fourier series. Related integrals. Real and complex forms.
Fourier transforms. Properties. Transforms calculation. Inverse Fourier transform. Properties of Fourier transforms. Application to the solution of boundary differential equations. Applications in engineering.
CFB1: Ability to solve mathematical problems arising in Engineering. Aptitude to apply knowledge about linear algebra, geometry, differential geometry, differential and integral calculus, ordinary and partial differential equations, numerical methods, numerical algorithms, statistics and optimisation.
CFB3: Basic knowledge on use and computer programming, operating systems, data bases and software application in engineering.
At the end of the training period the student is able to:
Methodology - Activity | Attendance | Self-study |
A-1 Exposition/Participative Classes | 43 | |
A-2 Practical classes | 13 | 6 |
A-3 Individual practice and study time | 75 | |
A-4 Exams and evaluation activities | 4 | |
A-5 Tutorials | 9 | |
Total | 60 | 90 |
Continuous assessment
Learning outcome |
Assessment activity |
Weight (%) | It allows test resit |
Minimum required grade |
---|---|---|---|---|
R1, R2, R3, R5 | Mid-term exam (lessons 1, 2, 3): solving problems with a similar level of difficulty of those given in the class | 50% | yes | 4 |
R3, R4, R6, R7 | Exam of lessons 4, 5, 6: solving problems with a similar level of difficulty of those given in the class | 50% | yes | 4 |
Resit exam
Learning outcome |
Assessment activity |
Weight (%) | It allows test resit |
Minimum required grade |
---|---|---|---|---|
R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7 | Final exam for the students that did not pass the subject through continuous assessment | 100% | no | 5 |
1. Supplements of Calculus
1.1 Numerical sequences and series. Series convergence tests
1.2 Power series. Convergence tests. Taylor series
1.3 Improper integrals. Convergence tests. Parametric integrals: derivation
1.4 Eulerian functions
1.5 Lab/class practice
2. Introduction to Complex Numbers
2.1 The set C of complex numbers
2.2 Binomial and polar forms. Modulus and argument. Euler formula
2.3 Polynomial functions. Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
2.4 Rational functions. Zeroes and poles
2.5 Complex-valued functions of a real variable: derivation and integration. Complex functions of a complex
variable: elementary examples
2.6 Lab/class practice
3. Laplace transform
3.1 Definition and existence conditions
3.2 Inverse Laplace transforms
3.3 Fundamental properties
3.4 Convolution and impulse. Transfer functions
3.5 Application to ordinary differential equations, initial value problems and integro-differential equations
3.6 Lab/class practice
4. Fourier series
4.1 Hilbert spaces, orthonormal sequences and general Fourier series
4.2 Trigonometric Fourier series
4.3 Convergence theorems. Parseval´s identity
4.4 Periodic extensions, odd and even periodic extensions
4.5 Lab/class practice
5. Fourier transform
5.1 Definition and examples. Fourier Integral Theorem. Riemann-Lebesgue Theorem
5.2 Basic properties
5.3 Convolution
5.4 Applications: solution of ordinary differential equations
5.5 Lab/class practice
6. Partial differential equations: separation of variables and transform methods
6.1 Introduction to partial differential equations
6.2 Second order linear partial equations: classification and examples
6.3 Heat equation, wave equation and Laplace equation
6.4 Boundary problems. Method of separation of variables
6.5 Sturm-Liouville Theory: application to the solution of linear partial differential equations of second order
6.6 Transform methods for solving partial differential equations in unbounded domains:
potential equation, heat transmission and vibrations
6.7 Lab/class practice
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