Matrices and Fourier Series

• This Course Work carries 15% credit.
• Marking system will be in line with the University Grade Descriptors.
• Most marks will be allocated for the application of mathematics to solve the problem, the techniques used together with the awareness of the limitations.
Background:
Engineers need to solve networks where things move. Examples from Civil Engineering include traffic flow in an intersection or interchange or a roundabout. Chemical and Process Engineers use similar
networks in piping design. While the following problems are related to Civil Engineering, they can equally be thought as Chemical Engineering problem if those number are related to fluid flow. Similar principles apply: Conservation of cars for a traffic flow problem and Conservation of fluid in a piping problem. In other words, there is no accumulation of cars or fluid. Electrical engineers deal with the same problem for current flow.