assigned today:

Due today:

- standard-Heat equation:
I can describe and calculate the heat distribution and flow in 1D and 2D situations.

- Any from 12.6.5-12.6.7. (Note that this used to be 12.6.8 but that one needs a homogeneous solution (Fourier series) along with a particular solution (Tom's slanted line) and is more of a hassle than I think you need to deal with)
- 12.6.19 sinusoidal voltage on one side.
- 12.6.22 plate with 2 sides non-zero

Due today:

- Derive heat equation
- LHS monitor heat flowing out
- RHS figure out "heat" inside

- 1D bars with initial temperature distribution placed in cold baths on both ends
- 2D regions with edges connected to baths
- or hanging rubber over a wire frame

- Quiz on Nyquist (gave 2 frequencies, asked for sampling frequency that would confuse the two)
- Derive heat equation
- LHS monitor heat flowing out
- RHS figure out "heat" inside

- talked about the 1D bar problem and what we expect
- ran out of time for 2D so we'll talk about it more in lab tomorrow