Matlab: intermediate course for engineers and STEM-students
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Matlab: intermediate course for engineers and STEM-students

Learn ultimate tools to solve engineering, mathematical and physical problems with Matlab
4.3 (13 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
71 students enrolled
Created by Dr. Oksana Zhebel
Last updated 6/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Solve linear and nonlinear equations using Matlab
  • Creating and working with symbolic variables
  • Differentiate and integrate functions in Matlab
  • Solve ordinary differential equations
  • Create and use functions in Matlab
  • Create and use anonymous functions and function handle
  • Solve systems of equations
  • Solve systems of nonlinear equation
  • Solve systems of differential equations
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Requirements
  • Basic knowledge of Matlab
Description

This is an intermediate Matlab course for engineering and STEM-students and professionals in these areas. The course is focussing on two main topics: usage of symbolic variables and expressions and solving different kinds of equations in Matlab. Differential equations play a major role in engineering and natural sciences and this course is going to provide you the knowledge how Matlab can help you soling such equations (or systems) straigth-forward and numerically in Matlab.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course was specially designed for engineering students, engineers, natural scientists and anyone interested in using Matlab to solve mathematical or physical problems
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Curriculum For This Course
25 Lectures
01:58:43
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Introduction
1 Lecture 01:45
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Systems of linear equations
3 Lectures 07:09
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Scripts and function files
1 Lecture 06:31
Scripts and function files
06:31
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Symbolic variables
7 Lectures 26:29
How to define symbolic variables
02:37

Derivatives and indefinite integrals
03:42


Simplify, collect
03:42

How to substitute values into symbolic variables
02:27

Plotting symbolic functions in 2D
02:38

Solve symbolic equations and systems
07:49
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Input and fprintf functions
2 Lectures 12:09

Example: calculate the volume of an aquarium
07:42
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Function handles and anonymous functions
1 Lecture 06:58
Function handles and anonymous functions
06:58
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Differential equations
7 Lectures 40:09
Solving differential equations straight-forward
05:47

Solving systems of differential equations straight-forward
02:59

Example: calculate the position and acceleration of a particle
05:48

Solving differential equations numerically: ode-functions
04:36

Numerical solver for second order ODEs
06:54

Using a function from a file for numerical solvers
03:24

Example: butterfly effect (Lorenz equations)
10:41
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Solving non-linear equations and systems
2 Lectures 10:05
Polynomial roots
03:21

fzero function
06:44
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Introduction to plot selection in Matlab
1 Lecture 07:28
Intro to plot selection
07:28
About the Instructor
Dr. Oksana Zhebel
4.5 Average rating
19 Reviews
260 Students
7 Courses
University lecturer, researcher and enterpreneur

Hello everyone, my name is Oksana Zhebel. I am a natural scientist by background. I hold a PhD in Geophyisics. I have been teaching Mathematics, Physics, Matlab etc. at different Universities in Germany since more than 10 years. I enjoy sharing my knowledge and learning from my students. Like Socrates said: "The more I learn the more I learn how little I know."