Students’ interest and performance analysis in power system numerical methods: General function calculation

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Oana Pop
Constantin Barbulescu
Gabriel Turi
Antheia Deacu


Nonlinear equations are the most frequent numerical computation application occurring in scientific investigation or design activity specifically to different branches of power engineering or electrical engineering. The objective of this study consisted by the analysis of the interest degree of students towards a specialized subject and the analysis of performance and concentration degree of students in case of solving a laboratory work during the laboratory sessions. The first analysis presents the overall situation of student’s presences and absences during the laboratory sessions. In the second analysis, the authors extracted the situation of marks obtained following the settlement of laboratory session. The study is extended for one academic year. Participants are students of Politehnica University Timisoara, Romania. Participants are asked to solve an algebraic or transcendent equation. Students will use different methods. The calculation volume is relatively high, which is why the laboratory paper is spread over two laboratory sessions. 


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