Partial Differential Equations (ILV)

Specialization AreaEmbedded Systems
Course numberM2.05282.21.171
Course codeParDifEq
Semester of degree program Semester 2
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
ECTS credits2,5
Language of instruction English

Students will be able to understand the basics of pde to understand the numerical methods and to use the pde-MATLAB Toolbox other appropriate tool. They understand and can handle easy numerical methods, important for engineering, using appropriate tools.
Students should be familiar with the theory of static electrical and magnetic fields. They should be able to both analyze and calculate simple and complex fields. Finally it is essential to verify this knowledge by simulation and /or measuring.

Partial Differential Equations 1. order
Linear and quasilinear pde 2. order
methods: separation of variables, Laplace and Fourier-Transform, Green-Function
Introduction of Laplace equation, Heat Equation, Wave equation

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Strassacker/Süße: Rotation, Divergenz und Gradient. Eine Einführung in die elektromagnetische Feldtheorie, Teubner Verlag 2006
Küpfmüller, Mathis, Reibiger: Theoretische Elektrotechnik. Eine Einführung, Springer Verlag Berlin 2005