
3150TItsABlastFurnace
13 Aug 2019  Modeling Scenarios
This project uses the steadystate heat equation to model the temperature distribution in an industrial furnace used for metal production, for example, a blast furnace.The heat flow is assumed to be steadystate, so that only an elementary ordinary differential equation (ODE) is needed, and...

3150SItsABlastFurnace
13 Aug 2019  Modeling Scenarios
This project uses the steadystate heat equation to model the temperature distribution in an industrial furnace used for metal production, for example, a blast furnace.The heat flow is assumed to be steadystate, so that only an elementary ordinary differential equation (ODE) is needed, and...

3067TRLCSeriesCircuit
28 Apr 2019  Modeling Scenarios
In this validationoriented setup, the second order linear ordinary differential governing equation of a small signal RLC series AC circuit is solved analytically, and the results are compared with the data acquired from analyzing the numerical model (using Multisim).

5090TSolidParticleErosion
27 Mar 2019  Modeling Scenarios
By applying Newton's second law, and making a collection of reasonable assumptions, students will derive a system of differential equations that model the path of a rigid particle as it gouges material from a more ductile surface. Examination of the solution will yield a formula for the...

5005TextTStiffDifferentialEquations
05 Mar 2019  Technique Narratives
This material introduces the topic of ``stiffness'' for a system of ordinary differential equations (ODE's), through a series of examples.Stiffness is a property that a system of ODE's may possess that make it difficult to solve numerically with standard methods, and it is a...

5005TextSStiffDifferentialEquations
05 Mar 2019  Technique Narratives
This material introduces the topic of ``stiffness'' for a system of ordinary differential equations (ODE's), through a series of examples.Stiffness is a property that a system of ODE's may possess that make it difficult to solve numerically with standard methods, and it is a...

3009TBallDropInWater
16 Dec 2018  Modeling Scenarios
We conduct an analysis of a falling ball in liquid to determine its terminal velocity and to ascertain just what radius ball for a given mass density is necessary to attain a designated terminal velocity.

3095TShotInWater
05 Apr 2018  Modeling Scenarios
This project uses Newton's Second Law of Motion in conjunction with a quadratic model for the resistance experienced by a bullet moving through water to analyze a classic action movie scene: Do bullets moving through water slow as dramatically as depicted in the movies, so that someone a few...

Farley and Tiffany  Time to Change our Traditional Differential Equations
19 Jan 2018  Presentations
Time to Change our Traditional Differential Equations By Rosemary Farley and Patrice Tiffany, Manhattan College.A talk given at the AMS Special Session on Modeling in Differential Equations  High School, TwoYear College, FourYear Institution at Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego...

2015EndaleApplicationsOfODEsToRealWorldSystems
26 Nov 2017  Potential Scenario Ideas
2015. Endale, Mersha Amdie. Some application of first order differential equations to real world system. Masters Thesis. Haramaya University.We quote from the opening by the author,“The subject of differential equations is important part of mathematics for understanding the physical...

2011HarwoodModeling a RLC Circuit
12 Sep 2017  Potential Scenario Ideas
Harwood, Kenny. 2011. Modeling a RLC Circuit’s Current with Differential Equations. Paper. 17 pp.Abstract The world of electricity and light have only within the past century been explained in mathematical terms yet still remain a mystery to the human race. R. Buckminster Fuller said;...

2009MallettFetbrandtDifferential Equations Class Notes
11 Sep 2017  Potential Scenario Ideas
Mallett, Travis and Josh Fetbrandt. Differential Equations Class Notes. Washington State University.From the Dear Reader opening page of these notes,“These notes were written by two students (Travis Mallett and Josh Fetbrandt) at Washington State University in Fall 2009 and are intended to...

Transient and Steady State response in RC or RL circuits
11 Sep 2017  Potential Scenario Ideas
Transient and Steady State response in RC or RL circuits . PowerPoint Slides. 54 Slides,This is a presentation to help understand the concepts of Transient and Steady State response in RC or RL circuits . There is detailed technical material and graphs to richly illustrate the clear...

2015PendrillEagerTrampoline Jumping Model
09 Sep 2017  Potential Scenario Ideas
Pendrill. AnnMarie and David Eager. 2015. Free fall and harmonic oscillations: analyzing trampoline jumps. Physics Education. 50(1): 19.http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/00319120/50/1/64/meta . Accessed 5 September 2017. (This is an authorcreated, uncopyedited version of an...

BobbingObjectInWater
09 Sep 2017  Potential Scenario Ideas
Introduction to Second Order Linear Equations Bobbing Object in Water. 2 pp.This is a nice treatment of developing a model of a bobbing object in water from first principles with some nice additional questions which would make a nice Modeling Scenario.Keywords: buoyancy, bobbing, water,...

2017DomokosDifferential Equations Theory and Applications Notes
07 Sep 2017  Potential Scenario Ideas
Domokos , Andras. 2017. Differential Equations  Theory and Applications – Notes. 126 pp. California State University, Sacramento. http://www.csus.edu/indiv/d/domokos/diffeq.pdf . Accessed 6 September 2017.The author says in the Introduction,“Differential Equations is a...

2012OgunrindeSundayModels Based On Second Order ODE
02 Sep 2017  Potential Scenario Ideas
Ogunrinde, R. B. and J. Sunday. 2012. On some models based on second order differential equation. American Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. 3(5): 288291.Abstract: This paper presents some models based on second order differential equations. Such models include...

3075TRLCCircuit
17 May 2017  Modeling Scenarios
We introduce the basics of RLC circuits, defining the terms of inductance, resistance, and capacitance in a circuit in which an induced voltage created a current running through these devices. We build a differential equation using Kirchhoff's Law and solve and interpret our solutions.

3040TFirstPassageTime
07 Apr 2017  Modeling Scenarios
We apply the notions of dampedness to second order, linear, constant coefficient, homogeneous differential equations used to model a spring mass dashpot system and introduce the notion of first passage time with several applications.

3002TModelsMotivatingSecondOrder
30 Mar 2017  Modeling Scenarios
We introduce several basic, but substantial, approaches to modeling the motion of a spring mass system using a standard second order, linear, constant coefficient differential equation obtained from Newton's Second Law of Motion and a Free Body Diagram. We do this using a set of data...