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Subject Name Code Subject Status Level Credit Value Prerequisite (if any) Assessment

Vector Calculus FCM 1123 Common Engineering Bachelor 3 Engineering Math II (Differential and Integral Calculus) Coursework (Tests, Assignments) Final Examination 40% 60%

Lecturer Semester/ Year Taught Learning Outcomes

Pandian M. Vasant / AP Dr Josefina Barnachea Janier 2/1 At the end of this course, students should be able to: 1. Utilize the fundamental operations of vectors. 2. Evaluate the partial derivative and integral of vector function. 3. Evaluate double and triple integrals. 4. Use Fundamental Theorem of Line Integral, Greens Theorem, Stokes Theorem, and Divergent Theorem. 5. Differentiate and integrate complex functions. 6. Determine if a complex function is analytic and harmonic. 7. Apply Cauchys Integral theorem. 8. Solve vector modeling problems. This course includes vector its operations and functions, partial derivatives, double integrals, triple integrals, vector fields, line integrals, Greens Theorem, surface integrals, Stokes Theorem, Divergence Theorem, complex functions, Cauchy-Riemann equations, Laplace equations, and Cauchys integral formula. Finally, vectors application in modeling problems. Hours
Lectu re Tutor ial Lab

Subject Synopsis

Subject Planning

Vectors and its Operations Fundamentals operations of vectors. Lines and Planes Quadric Surfaces Cylindrical Coordinates Spherical Coordinates Torque Velocity and Acceleration

Vector Functions Derivatives and Integrals Arc length and Curvature Unit Tangent Vector, Unit Normal Vector, and Binormal Vector (TNB) Partial Derivatives Chain Rule Implicit Differentiation Directional Derivatives and Gradient Relative Extreme Multiple Integrals Double Integrals Over General Region Surface Area and Integrals Triple Integral in Rectangular Coordinates Triple Integral in Cylindrical Coordinates Triple Integral in Spherical Coordinates Change of Variables Vector Fields Line Integrals Work Greens Theorem Curl Divergence Surface Integrals Stokes Theorem Divergence Theorem Complex Functions Complex Numbers and its Operations Complex Functions its derivatives and Integrals Line Integral in the Complex Plane Laplace Equations Analytic and Harmonic Functions Cauchys Integral Formula Total Hours

37

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Reference

1. James Stewart (2003), Calculus: 5th


edition, Brookes / Cole Publishing Co., U.S.A. 2. Elgin H Johnston and Jerold C Mathews (2002), Calculus, Addison and Wesley, U.S.A.

Main Reference

3. Erwin Kreyszig (1999) Advanced


Engineering Mathematics, 8th edition, John and Wiley,N.Y. 4. Robert T Smith and Roland B Minton (2006), Calculus, Concepts, and Connections, Mc-Graw Hill Co., N. Y

Optional Reference