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Lecture 4 - Revision of Multicomponent Distillation

Lecture 4 - Revision of Multicomponent Distillation

From  Mennatallah Mohamed Awny Ali Labib on September 21st, 2020 0 likes 37 plays 0  

Fourier Algebras for Orthogonal Matrix Polynomials - W Riley Casper

OPSFOTA seminar series Fourier Algebras for Orthogonal Matrix Polynomials W Riley Casper (California State University, Fullerton, USA) 27 August 2020 An automated programme is used to generate the…

From  GILLIAN KERR on August 31st, 2020 0 likes 11 plays 0  

Mathematics: Introductory Mathematics with Applications

This video goes through the topics that will be covered in Introductory Mathematics with Applications. See also https://path.is.ed.ac.uk/courses/MATH07004_SV1_SEM1

From  Robert Bickerton on August 26th, 2020 0 likes 30 plays 0  

South East Mathematical Physics Seminar: Julius Julius, King's College

Julius Julius, King's College Excited States of One Dimensional Defect CFTs: A Quantum Spectral Curve Approach

From  Liam Holligan on August 25th, 2020 0 likes 34 plays 0  

Lecture 6 Part 3: Driven, damped oscillators

Here we add a driving force to the oscillator and consider how the standard form of the equation is modified. We look at the amplification factor and see what happens under resonant conditions.

From  David Ingram on July 10th, 2020 0 likes 5 plays 0  

Lecture 6 Part 2: Damped oscillators

We extend the ideas from the first part of the lecture to oscillators which include damping effects. Writing the governing equation in a standard form and looking at the meaning of the damping…

From  David Ingram on July 10th, 2020 0 likes 6 plays 0  

Lecture 6 Part 1: Applications of Differential Equations - undamped oscillators

Here we look at how the the same (or a very similar) differential equation applies to several different engineering problems. We consider cantilevers, pendulums and a floating buoy.

From  David Ingram on July 10th, 2020 0 likes 6 plays 0  

Lecture 5 Part 3: Oscillators

Here we look at some more general oscillators and their phase portraits and consider how plotting vector plots can be useful for understanding autonomous systems.

From  David Ingram on July 10th, 2020 0 likes 5 plays 0  

Lecture 5 Part 2: Phase portraits

How do understand the behaviour of the oscillator, why is plotting velocity against displacement useful? What are stationary points and limit cycles?

From  David Ingram on July 10th, 2020 0 likes 9 plays 0  

Lecture 5 Part 1: Van der Pol Oscillator

A look at the behaviour of the van der pol oscillator and its solution using the Runge-Kutta integrator

From  David Ingram on July 10th, 2020 0 likes 12 plays 0  

Lecture 4 Part 4: Methods for real engineering problems

In the last part of the lecture we look at real numerical methods that can be used for real engineering problems. Looking briefly at Runge-Kutta methods and an application modelling methane-air…

From  David Ingram on July 6th, 2020 0 likes 2 plays 0  

Lecture 4 Part 3: State space models

In this part of the lecture we look at how state-space models can be used to solve higher order differential equations using the method for systems of equations.

From  David Ingram on July 6th, 2020 0 likes 1 plays 0  

Lecture 4 Part 2: Systems of equations

In this lecture we look at how the numerical methods can be extended to deal with systems of equations.

From  David Ingram on July 6th, 2020 0 likes 3 plays 0  

Lecture 4 Part 1: Introduction to Numerical Methods

When an analytical solution cannot be found, we can use a numerical method to find an approximate solution. In this lecture we look at Euler's method and explore how it can be used to solver…

From  David Ingram on July 6th, 2020 0 likes 6 plays 0  

Lecture 3 Part 3: But there's no solution...

What happens when the method in the first part of the lecture fails. We look at why and find a way of dealing with the problem.

From  David Ingram on July 6th, 2020 0 likes 3 plays 0  

Lecture 3 Part 2: Complicated Right Hand Sides.

In the second part of this lecture we look at how equations with a complicated right hand side is handled.

From  David Ingram on July 6th, 2020 0 likes 2 plays 0