Course Outcomes:

1. Formulate problems in elasticity and select appropriate solution techniques.

2. Understand basics and solve elementary problems of theory of plasticity.

3. Analyse metal forming processes using slab method.

4. Use advanced tools like slipline techniques and bound theorems for metal forming analysis.



Course Outcomes

CO1

Identify and apply principles of data collection and description.

CO2

Illustrate business problems with appropriate probability distributions and statistical terms to make better decisions.

CO3

Distinguish between the various statistical tests and apply an appropriate test in the context of the problem.

CO4

Develop critical and integrative thinking in order to communicate the results of the analysis clearly in the context of the problem.

Welcome all!

Course Content and Objective: Every business in the world needs to make complex decisions. Operations Research (OR) provides the tools needed to make intelligent decisions in view of optimization. This course will focus on mathematical modelling. As a part of this course the students will be given sufficient training in model formulation. On the methodology part, Linear Programming techniques will be introduced. Students will have the ability to solve a transportation problem, assignment problem, game theory problem, queuing theory problem and dynamic programming problem. During the course students will learn how to solve linear programming problems using Excel solver and other optimization software like LINGO and AMPL. At the end of the course, students must have the skills to build their own formulations and to choose an appropriate solution technique for a given formulation.