Mathematical tools for Energy- and Environmental Engineering TX00DF20-3003 13.01.2020-10.05.2020 5 credits(TXO19S1)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
The student will know the fundamentals of matrix algebra. The student will know integrals and derivates. The student is able to solve a 1st order linear differential equation.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The student knows the basics of mathematical skills needed to understand physical and chemical phenomena related to his/her own field.
Course contents
-Matrix algebra
-Functions
-Derivate and integral
-Mathematical modeling
-Computer programs
Assessment criteria
Satisfactory
The student is able to define or describe the subject matter related to the concepts and phenomena qualitatively and calculate the associated basic quantitative comparisons and calculations.
Good
The student is able to apply, calculate, change and choose the concepts related to the matter and phenomena qualitatively and calculate the basic quantitative calculations as well as to complete and produce the necessary information for the calculations.
Excellent
The students is able to categorize, collect, combine and generalize the concepts related to the matter and phenomena qualitatively and calculate the basic quantitative calculations as well as derive and rearrange given basic information.
Name of lecturer(s)
Susanna Varonen
Mode of delivery
Face-to-face
Language of instruction
Tuition in Finnish
Timing
13.01.2020 - 10.05.2020
Enrollment date
13.01.2020 - 14.01.2020
Group(s)
TXO19S1
Seats
0 - 100
Unit, in charge
School of Smart and Clean Solutions
Teacher(s)
Susanna Varonen
Degree Programme
Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology