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2023/2024

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D24MMO ZK Czech
Garant předmětu:
Pavel Kopecký
Lecturer:
Pavel Kopecký
Tutor:
Supervisor:
Department of Architectural Engineering
Synopsis:

Students learn how to establish computational models of dynamic systems in building physics (heat and moisture transfer in buildings and building components). The emphasis is on introducing the principles of numerical solutions, their application and critical evaluation of the calculated results.

Requirements:

No special requirements are needed.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Process of mathematical modelling. Numerical integration.

2. Static models - systems of linear equations. Dynamic models - systems of ordinary differential equations (ODEs).

3. Dynamic models - principles of numerical solution of ODEs (explicit and implicit methods).

4. Matlab and Simulink for solution of ODEs.

5. Iterative methods for solution on non-linear equations.

6. Matlab and Simulink for solution of non-linear equations.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Process of mathematical modelling. Numerical integration.

2. Static models - systems of linear equations. Dynamic models - systems of ordinary differential equations (ODEs).

3. Dynamic models - principles of numerical solution of ODEs (explicit and implicit methods).

4. Matlab and Simulink for solution of ODEs.

5. Iterative methods for solution on non-linear equations.

6. Matlab and Simulink for solution of non-linear equations.

Study Objective:

Gaining knowledge and basic practice in mathematical modelling and numerical solutions.

Study materials:

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Note:
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