Research article of American Journal of Computer Sciences and Applications
Engineering Problems Solving BY Analytical Mathematical Approach
Gangadharaiah, Y. H
Department of Mathematics, Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology,Bangalore-562157, India
Learning how to approach and solve problems which relate to real world situations is an integral part of the education of many higher and further education students and is particularly relevant to students studying for a professional degree. Mathematics is widely used in every engineering fields. In this paper, several examples of applications of mathematics in, civil, chemical and electrical engineering are discussed. Applications here are the real ones found in the engineering fields, which may not be the same as discussed in many mathematics text books. Methodologies used are of general interest and may be applicable in other, unrelated, disciplines.
Keywords: Civil; Euler Column; Chemical: Transmission Line
How to cite this article:
Gangadharaiah, Y. H, Engineering Problems Solving BY Analytical Mathematical Approach. American Journal of Computer Sciences and Applications, 2017; 1:4. DOI: 10.28933/ajcsa-2017-09-12-03
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