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ME 242 Mechanical Engineering Systems N. D. Perreira, 8-29-2005 Learning Objectives. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Assign an appropriate role to dynamic modeling and analysis in the design of complex mechanical engineering systems. 2. Define generalized velocity, displacement, force and momentum variables appropriate for the creation of approximate lumped analytic models of systems involving mechanical, hydraulic, electric and hybrid media. 3. Identify the constraints between variables implicit in the structures of mechanical engineering systems. 4. Identify and evaluate compliance and inertance energy storage elements appropriate to the lumped modeling of mechanical engineering systems. 5. Represent the models implied by items 2-4 above in the form of bond
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