MECH 203 Mathematical and Computational Tools for Mechanical Engineers II

Personnel

Instructor

Prof. Laurent BelandNicol Hall, 328Elaurent.beland@queensu.caext. 77465
Prof. Levente BaloghNicol Hall, 312Blevente.balogh@queensu.caext. 74570

Course Description

This course will introduce numerical and statistical methods for the solution of engineering problems, to complement those discussed in MECH 202. 

Academic Units:

Mathematics 31

Natural Sciences 0

Complementary Studies 0

Engineering Science 0

Engineering Design 11

PREREQUISITE(S): MECH 202

EXCLUSION(S): MTHE 225, MATH 225 and MTHE 272

Objectives and Outcomes

On completion of the course students will be able to:  solve linear systems of equations; analyze random processes; perform local optimization and hypothesis testing; interpolate and fit discrete data sequences. Students will solve problems analytically and computationally in an active learning, tutorial environment. The course will include a design project. 

Relevance to the Program

The topics of the course will be presented through problems, models and applications relevant to the Mechanical Engineering Program. 

Course Structure and Activities

Lecture: Yes

Lab: No

Tutorial: Yes

Resources