E MCH 524A - Mathematical Methods in Engineering

Course Description

E MCH 524A - Mathematical Methods in Engineering (3): Special functions, boundary value problems, eigenfunctions and eigenvalue problems; applications to engineering systems in mechanics, vibrations, and other fields.

Course Prerequisites

  • MATH 250 or MATH 251

Additional Information

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Pitt, Jonathan

JONATHAN PITT

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND MECHANICS

Applied Research Laboratory

Office: 3320B G THOMAS WATER TUNNEL

Email: 

Phone: 814-863-5584

 
 

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