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Instructor: Donald A. Drew
Office Hours: M10-11, R4-5 (check with me after class)
Office: Amos Eaton 306
Weeks 1, 2 Dimensional Analysis, Scaling
Weeks 3, 4 Regular Perturbations
Weeks 5, 6 Singular Perturbations
Weeks 7, 8 Chemical Kinetics
Weeks 9,10 Diffusion, Random Walks and Brownian Motion
Weeks 11,12 Traffic Flow and Waves
Weeks 13,14 Continuum Mechanics
Academic Integrity: I encourage you to work in small groups on the homework. However, each student should turn in a written document that suggests some understanding of the material, and is not a direct copy of anyone else’s paper. Of course, work on examinations must be that of the student signing the paper. No cellphones or other communications devices are allowed during exams. A one page (two sided) HANDWRITTEN crib sheet will be allowed for each exam.
Student Learning Outcomes: Develop symbol manipulation, mathematical modeling, and proof skills. Develop a thorough understanding of dimensional analysis and scaling, conservation laws, and the first principles of continuum mechanics.
Text: Introduction to the Foundations of Applied Mathematics by M. H. Holmes
Mathematics Applied to Deterministic Problems in the Natural Sciences by Lin and Segel
Mathematical models: mechanical vibrations, population dynamics, and traffic flow: an
introduction to applied mathematics by R. Haberman
Introduction to Perturbation Methods by M. H. Holmes
Grading: Homework: 40%, Exams 60% (no final exam)
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