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Complex Variables & Transforms Credit Hours: 3+0

Textbook: Advanced Engineering Mathematics 9th edition


Author: Erwin Kreyszig
Reference book: Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Author: Alan Jeffrey.
Name of Faculty: Sajid Ali
Course Description: The course gives the students a sound knowledge of Fourier Transforms
along with Fourier Integrals, Partial Differential Equations, advanced
vector analysis, complex variables and complex integrals.
Equipped with the Knowledge gained in this course, the students
will be able to apply mathematics as a strong tool to model and
solve the practical problems they come across in engineering and
technology.
Course Description:
The course comprises three parts. The first part consists of Fourier
series, Fourier Transform and Fourier Integrals. Advanced topics on
Laplace Transform not covered in the course of Multivariable and Vector
Calculus, are covered in this course.
In the second part Partial Differential Equations are covered. This part
helps the students in mathematical modeling of engineering problems
depending on more than one variable.
The Third part covers complex variable, complex integration, Harmonic
functions, line integrals, poles residues and singularities.
Course Evaluation: There will be (at least) six quizzes, three assignments, two one hour tests (OHTs)
and one end semester examination (ESE). Evaluation will be on the basis of
following criteria:
Quizzes 10%
Assignments 10%
OHTs 30%
ESE 50%
Total 100
Detailed Syllabus for
Complex Variable & Transforms
Week Ch. Sect Topics
1
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 11.1,11.2
Periodic function, Trigonometric Fourier Series, Functions of general period p
2
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 11.3
Even and odd functions, Periodic Extensions of functions, Fourier Sine and
Cosine series. Half range expansions
3
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 11.4,11.7
Complex form of Fourier Series, The Fourier Integral representation, Fourier sine
and Cosine integrals.
4
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 11.8,11.9
The Fourier Transforms, Properties, Convolution in time and frequency domain,
Fourier sine and cosine Transform.
5
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 12.1
Partial differential Equations, Fundamental theorem, Solution of Partial
differential equations by Operator Method.
6 1
st
One Hour Test
7
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 12.1
Solution of partial differential equations by the method of separating of
variables, initial & boundary value problems.
8
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 12.5
Derivation of Wave equation and its solution by Fourier Series.
9
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 12.2
Derivation of heat equation and its solution by Fourier series. More initial and
boundary value problems.
10
Notes
Kreyszig Sec 12.4
D Alemberts solution of wave equation.
11
Notes/Handouts
Kreyszig
Sec 13.1, 13.2
Review of Complex algebra, Complex functions, Real and imaginary components
of a function of a complex variable function, Limit and continuity.
12 2
nd
One Hour Test
13
Notes/Handouts
Kreyszig
Sec 13.3, 13.4
Derivative, Cauchy Riemann Equations, Properties of uv- function , Analytic
Functions, Harmonic functions.
14
Notes
Kreyszig
Sec 14.2, 14.3
Cauchy Integral Theorem and formula, singularities, Poles, Classification of Poles
and singularities.
15
Notes
Kreyszig
Sec 15.2,16.1, 16.2,
16.3
Power Series, Radius of Convergence, Laurent Series and Evaluation of residues
by Laurent Series, Residues, Residue Theorem.
16
Notes
Kreyszig
Sec 16.1, 16.2, 16.4
Definite integrals of different forms by using contour integration.
17
Notes
Kreyszig
12.10, 12.11
Laplacian in cylindrical coordinates, Laplacian in spherical coordinates, Solution
of partial differential equations by Laplace transforms.
18 End Semester Exam