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Virtual Pendulum Experiments & Mechanical Oscillations
Jeremy Riousset, Florida Institute of Technology-Melbourne
The pendulum motion is one of the first encounters with the concept of a harmonic oscillator. This activity seeks to complement a traditional, rigorous, theoretical approach with a rigorous numerical model. It ...
Subject: Mathematics, Engineering, Physics
Guess the Number Game
Carolina Barriento, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University-Daytona Beach
The purpose of this activity is for students to practice the concepts listed below by writing code that simulates a guessing game between friends. Keywords: Loops, Random numbers, Programmer Defined Functions, ...
Subject: Computer Science
Illustrating Theorems from Calculus
Michaela Kubacki, Middlebury College
In this activity, students use MATLAB to create and interact with illustrations of three theorems from Calculus: (1) Extreme Value Theorem, (2) Intermediate Value Theorem, and (3) Mean Value Theorem. The assignment ...
Static stability: mechanisms and prestress modes
Mettupalayam Sivaselvan, SUNY at Buffalo
Summary: The assignment is about detecting structural stability in a 3D truss by applying linear algebra concepts such as rank, column-space and null-space of a matrix. Outcomes: * Students should learn linear ...
Subject: Engineering, Mathematics
Exploring hypothesis-driven research using Arduino boards and Matlab
Sara Wilson, University of Kansas Main Campus
In this activity, students explore hypothesis-driven research through the development of an experiment using Arduino Uno style microcontroller boards and Matlab. This project encourages students to develop a ...
Solving First Order ODE's
Rick Downs, Seattle Community College-South Campus
This assignment is for a Differential Equations course that has students use a computer to solve first order ODE's graphically using slope fields, numerically, and analytically. One part of the assignment has ...
Example Bisection Method Problem in MATLAB Grader
Roche de Guzman, Hofstra University
Here's an example of a text book problem in Numerical Methods that was converted to a MATLAB Grader assignment to assess students in a more automated and interactive way. Other problems can be modeled and ...
Subject: Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics
Conduction and Convection in a Fin of Uniform Cross Section
Yuxin Zhang, Washington State University-Tri Cities
Conduction and convection are two important modes of heat transfer. To understand the mechanisms of these two types of heat transfer processes, we study the temperature distribution in a fin of uniform cross ...
Physical Activity and Heart Rates
Jennifer Jordan, Virginia Commonwealth University
This problem is an assessment of several computational methods being pulled together to solve a complex problem for biomedical engineering students. Students need to use mock clinical data to compute whether study ...
Subject: Engineering, Health Sciences
Making Sense of Gait Ground Reaction Force Data
John Rogers, U.S. Military Academy
Students analyze a data set containing ground reaction forces from a human walking on an instrumented treadmill.