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Prerequisites: C or better in MET E 3610 Corequisites: C or better in MATH 2250
This course is about the use of modern computation methods and techniques in solving metallurgical engineering problems. Nowadays, in most cases, a necessary condition to become a competent engineer is to have a minimum level of knowledge of computers and their effective utilization. However, although computers can help the user to substantially improve their productivity, computers will never replace the need of understanding the fundamental principles of the problem being solved. The main goal of this course is to introduce you to some modern computer applications and computational methods for problem solving. There are a number of computer software available, each with their own capabilities, specific applications, and limitations. The goal of this course is to give an introduction to some software packages and how to use them in solving metallurgical engineering problems.