 Course Information
 Course Description: Covers the fundamentals of wind mathematical modeling in one to three dimensions with applications to wind recourse forecasting and wind data analyzation.
 Prerequisites: No class prerequisites exist except to be able to read and write on the college level. This class is math intensive.
 Required grade for enrolling in the next course in this sequence: Students must receive a letter grade of a C to be able to enroll in WIND 1311 and WIND 2310.
 Student Learning Outcomes:
 Students will gain knowledge of vectors with applications to wind modeling.
 Students will develop solutions for wind energy problems using derivatives and integrals.
 Identify appropriate calculus concepts for mathematical models of wind energy and determine solutions for applied problems.
 Students will evaluate definite integrals using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and Taylor series for time series analysis.
 Testing Requirements
 Campus/Online
 The Final exam must be proctored by your professor or an approved testing organization. (Ask you instructor for more details.)
 Students are allowed to use their book and notes while taking their quizzes, Midterm and Final exam.
 Students are allowed to use a calculator on quizzes, Midterm, and Final exam that are TI84 and lower.
 All quizzes, Midterms and Final exams are timed.
 Course Requirements
 Campus/Online
 There will be a midterm exam.
 There will be a comprehensive final exam.
 Information on Books and Other Course Materials
 Required Book: Dr. Arquimedes RuizColumbie, The Essentials of Mathematical Analysis an Analytical Modeling, Texas Tech University, First Edition. 2016
 Reference Book:Strauss, Bradley and Smith, Calculus, Third Edition, Prentice Hall
 Calculators: Students will need a calculator that is capable of performing log calculations.
 Grading Breakdown:
 Campus /Online
Homework 
30% 
Quizzes 
15% 
Midterm 
20% 
Final exam 
35% 
 Other Policies, Procedures and important dates. Please refer to the WTC Catalog for the following
 Campus Calendar
 Final exam schedule
 How to drop a class
 Withdrawal information
 Student Conduct/Academic Integrity  Students will come to class prepared to participate in the learning process and that part of this preparation will include the demonstration of mature and purposeful behavior. The College Code of Conduct and College Academic Integrity Policies will be followed with no exceptions.
 Students with disabilities  As perOP 34.22, any student who, because of a disability, may require special arrangements in order to meet the course requirements should contact the instructor as soon as possible to make any necessary arrangements. Students should present appropriate verification from Student Disability Services during the instructor’s office hours. Please note instructors are not allowed to provide classroom accommodations to a student until appropriate verification from Student Disability Services has been provided.
 Course Content
Wind as a Vector 
Zonal Components of Wind 
Onedimension Wind Models 
Analytical Representations of Wind Vector Field 
Functions and their Domain 
Limit of Infinite Sequences 
Limit of Real Functions 
Continuity 
Formal Definition of a Derivative 
Derivatives of Elementary Functions 
Chain Rule 
Implicit Derivation 
Related Rate Problems 
Taylor Series 
Extreme Values 
Mean Value Theorems 
Optimization Problems 
Antiderivatives 
Integration by substitution 
Integration by parts 
Integration by trig functions 
Partial Fraction Method 
The Definite Integral 
Partial Derivatives 
Differential Calculus 
TwoVariable Real Function 
Multiple Integrals 
Last Modified:
August 25, 2017
