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2019 B.E Chemical Engineering B.E Jadavpur University Chemical Engineering  Numerical Methods (2nd Year First Semester) 2019 Question paper
Are you looking for the old question papers of Jadavpur University Chemical Engineering  Numerical Methods ? Here is the previous year question paper from Jadavpur University. This is the original question paper from the Chemical Engineering Department for second year first semester exam conducted by Jadavpur University in year 2019. Feel free to download the question paper from here and use it to prepare for your upcoming exams.
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Exam Name B.E Chemical Engineering Exam 2nd Year 1st Semester
Subject Numerical Methods
Total Time Three Hours Maximum Marks 100
Syllabus
Linear Algebraic Equations: Solution of simultaneous linear algebraic equations, Gaussian elimination, Thomas algorithm, Determination of inverse of a matrix: GaussJordan method; Iterative solution of a set of simultaneous linear algebraic equations: Jacobi method, GaussSeidel method, Relaxation method. Nonlinear algebraic equations: Single nonlinear equation: Bisection method, Successive substitution, Secant (Regula falsii) method, NewtonRaphson method, Determination of roots of a polynomial, Solution of simultaneous nonlinear algebraic equations: Successive substitution, NewtonRaphson method. Regression: Method of Least Squares, Linear and Nonlinear Least Squares. Interpolation/Extrapolation: Newton's Divided Difference Formulae, Lagrange Interpolation; Equispaced basepoint methods  Newton's Forward Difference and Backward Difference Formula. Numerical Differentiation  based on interpolation formulae. Numerical Integration  NewtonCotes formulae, Trapeziodal Rule, Simpson's Rule, Composite formulae Ordinary Differential Equations  Initial Value Problem (IVP): Explicit methods: AdamBashforth techniques; Implicit methods: AdamsMoulton techniques; PredictorCorrector Formulae; RungeKutta and RungeKuttaGill methods. Ordinary Differential Equations  Boundary Value Problem (BVP): Shooting Method, Finite Difference Methods Partial Differential Equations: Elliptic, Hyperbolic and Parabolic PDEs; Nonlinear PDEs, Laplace's equation Application of Finite Difference method for solution of Parabolic and Elliptic partial differential equations
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