E M A 471: Intermediate Problem Solving for Engineers
- Catalog Description:
Use of computational tools for the solution of problems encountered in engineering physics applications. Topics covered include orbital mechanics, structural vibrations, beam and plate deformations, heat transfer, neutron diffusion, and criticality. Emphasis will be on modeling, choice of appropriate algorithms, and model validation.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: Math 319 & NEEP 271 or Comp Sci 310
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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