Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering (3-0)
Computer solution of integro-differential equations associated with typical engineering problems from areas such as microwaves, antennas, solid-state devices, and machine design. Techniques discussed include finite-differences, method of moments, boundary elements, and finite elements, with an emphasis on the latter. Fundamental knowledge of a high level language such as FORTRAN, BASIC, or C and a software tool such as MATHCAD or MATLAB are necessary. Prerequisite: EE 3321 with a grade of "C" or better.