Overview
 Videos 99
 Duration 12:48:32
 Branch B.E/B.Tech
 Language English
Course Description
This course is designed to equip the students with the necessary mathematical skills and techniques that are essential for an engineering course. The skills derived from the course will help the student from a necessary base to develop analytic and design concepts.
Recommended For
M1(R13) , JNTUA
University
JNTUA
Learning Outcomes
 Become familiar with the application of differential, integral, vector calculus, ordinary differential equations, and Laplace transforms for engineering problems.
 Attain the abilities to use mathematical knowledge to analyze and solve problems in engineering applications.
Curriculum


UNIT 1 Unit 1: Exact differential equations, Reducible to exact Part 1, Reducible to exact Part 2, Linear & Bernoulli Equations, Linear differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients, Linear differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients  Part 1, Non homogeneous terms with RHS term of the type ax e , sin ax, cos ax 01, Non homogeneous terms with RHS term of the type ax e , sin ax, cos ax,02, Higher order differentional equations Problem 1, Higher order differentional equations Problem 2, Higher order differentional equations Problem 3, Higher order differentional equations Problem 4, Higher order differentional equations Problem 5, Higher order differentional equations Problem 6, Higher order differentional equations Problem 7, Higher order differentional equations Problem 8, Higher order differentional equations Problem 9, Higher order differentional equations Problem 10, Applications : Newton?s law of cooling and natural growth and decay, Problems on Newton?s law of cooling, Problems on natural growth and decay, Orthogonal trajectories, Problems on Orthogonal Trajectories Part 1, Problems on Orthogonal Trajectories Part 2, Problems on EDE, EDE Polar Form, Electrical Circuits Applications3:32:49



UNIT 2 Unit 2: Taylor's Series and Maclaurin's Series, Taylor's Series and Maclaurin's Series Part 1, Taylor's Series and Maclaurin's Series Part 2, Jacobian Determinant, Jacobian Problem 1, Jacobian Problem 2, Functional Dependence and Independence, Maxima and minima of functions of 1 & 2 variables, Lagranges Method, Max and min of functions of 2 & 3 variables using method of Lagrange Multipliers Part 1, Max and min of functions of 2 & 3 variables using method of Lagrange Multipliers Part 2, Max and min of functions of 2 & 3 variables using method of Lagrange Multipliers Part 31:23:49



UNIT 3 Unit 3: Introduction, Double Integrals, Triple Integrals, Triple Integrals Part 1, Change of variables, Change of order of integration, Applications to find Areas, Applications to find Areas Part 1, Moment of Inertia and volumes, Moment of Inertia and volumes Part 11:40:55



UNIT 4 Unit 4: Introduction, transforms of elementary functions, transforms of elementary functionsPART 01, transforms of elementary functions Problems, transforms of elementary functions Problems Part 1, First Shifting theorem, Problems on First Shifting theorem, Properties of laplace transforms, properties of laplace transforms Part 1, Transform of Derivatives & Integrals, Problems transforms of derivatives, transforms of integrals, Multiplication by t power n& Division by t, #NAME?, division by t .(statements only)2:10:31



UNIT 4.1 Inverse transforms: IT Introduction, Basic Formulas of Inverse Laplace Transform, Problems on Inverse Laplace Transform, Method of Partial fraction, Method of Partial fraction Part 1, First Shifting theorem (Table), Problem on First Shifting theorem, Second Shifting Theorem, Inverse Laplace Transform of Derivatives,Integrals, Multiplication & Division by S, IT Convolution theorem, Convolution theorem (without proof), applications to differential equations., applications to differential equations  Part 11:25:48



UNIT 5 Unit 5: Introduction to Vector Differentiation, Gradient, Directional derivative, Problems on Gradient and Directional Derivative  Part 1, Problems on Gradient and Directional Derivative  Part 2, Divergence, Curl, Problems on Gradient,Divergence and Curl, Problems on Gradient,Divergence and Curl Part 1, Problems On Work Done, Problems On Work Done  Part 1, Line Integral, Potential Function, Area,surface and volume of integrals1:22:38



UNIT 5.1 Vector integral theorems: Greens Theorem, Green's Theorem Problems, Stokes Theorem, Stokes Theorem Part 1, Stokes Theorem Part 2, Gauss Divergence theorem, Gauss Divergence theorem Part 11:12:02

Instructor
Dr C N B Rao ., M.Sc ,Ph.D (IIT Kharagpur ) , Mr C Srinivas MSc ,BEd (Osmania)
Mr. Rao is a professor in an alumnus of IIT, Kharagpur, and currently working as a professor in Mathematics at SRKR College, Bhimavaram. He has close to 30+ years of experience in teaching mathematics to engineering students. Previously worked in many reputed institutions in the capacity of professor. A mentor, guide, and philosopher to a vast number of successful engineers. Mr. Rao is a life member of ISTE and a Life Member of the AP Society of mathematical sciences. Many students have been guided by Mr. Rao for research activities. He specializes in not just mathematics but applications of Mathematics in further engineering subjects. Mr. Srinivas has mastered teaching Mathematics subjects at various engineering colleges with over 17+ years of quality experience in teaching at several prestigious engineering colleges. He has won several awards like 'Best Faculty/Best Trainer'. Here at VirtuLearn, he explains clearly how to easily solve the complicated problems in the M1 subject and many practice problems with solutions.