CEE117 Numerical Methods in CEE 
Course Description:
Techniques for computer solution of linear and nonlinear simultaneous equations; eigenvalue analysis;
finite differences; numerical integration; numerical solutions to ordinary differential equations. Case studies in the various branches of civil engineering. Prerequisites: Math 205.
Text book:
 Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB: for Engineers & Scientists, by Chapra, (2011), ISBN:0073401102

Numerical Computing with Matlab, Cleve Moler, SIAM, 2004.
Numerical Methods for Engineers, Chapra, Canale
Numerical Methods, Algorithms and Applications, Fausett
Applied Numerical Methods using Matlab, Fausett
Applied Numerical Methods using Matlab, Yang, Cao, Chung, Morris
Location and Hours:
Lecture: TTH 10:45  12:00 PM, PA360
Syllabus   Handouts   Assignments   Labs/Exams   Links 
Course Syllabus in pdf
GENERAL CONDUCT OF COURSE
 Attendance At Lectures And Recitation Is Required. Attendance will be taken every class and section 3 notices will be issued for missing class or coursework. Makeup privileges for missed examinations are based on documented reasons for absence. In general, the opportunity for makeup is granted only when there are extenuating circumstances.
 Academic integrity. It has been my experience in the past that when students study in groups, and communicate they perform better. However, please note that your submitted work for this course should be conducted individually. Academic Integrity is expected from all students in all matters related to this course. In particular, a student assumes responsibility for every assignment, project or exam that he/she submits. University Code of Conduct: http://www.lehigh.edu/~indost/conduct/documents/20132014CC.pdf.
 Accommodations for Students with Disabilities: If you have a disability for which you are or may be requesting accommodations, please contact both your instructor and the Office of Academic Support Services, University Center 212 (6107584152) as early as possible in the semester. You must have documentation from the Academic Support Services office before accommodations can be granted.
 Assignments:
 Homework is due at the beginning of class on the specified day. Late submissions will be penalized by 10%. Homework solutions will be posted 24 hours after they are due on Lehigh Coursesite, and no solutions will be accepted after they are posted.
 There will be in class quizzes. A course project will be assigned where work will be carried out continually during the semester. A final report and presentation is required.
 Homework solutions should conform to the standards of good engineering practice:
 Work should be done on one side of the paper using engineering computation paper or well organized similarly.
 Each problem should begin on a new page, clearly labeled on numbered pages.
 Work should be done in pencil.
 Your name and assignment number should appear on each page.
 Work should be organized and presented neatly. Assumptions should be clearly stated, units should be noted on answers and key intermediate results, and answers should be clearly identified.  Programming assignment requirements and submittal details will be discussed in lectures. These are individual assignments, absolutely NO collaboration is allowed. Plagiarism in programming assignments will have EXTREME consequences.
 Course project statement will be discussed in the lecture.
Homework points will be deducted if any the preceding requirements are not followed.
Two Midterm tests & Matlab Test Homework/Quizzes/Programming/Project Final Exam  35% 30% 35% 
Total:  100% 
TITLES
 Programming with Matlab
 Single variable problems & root finding
 MATLAB Test
 Introduction to optimization
 Midterm1
 System of Linear Equations
 LU decomposition
 Eigen Analysis
 Curve Fitting
 Midterm2
 Numerical Integration
 Numerical Differentiation
 Solution of ODEs
 Introduction to Solution of PDEs
 Final Exam