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Unformatted text preview: • Refer to textbook more often. Why we need to go through the math to study dynamics modeling and control? 1. It is needed to understand and describe the dynamics behavior of a system quantitively and accurately. 2. It is needed to control (i.e., change the behavior) of the dynamics of the system. 3. Central concept: The dynamics of various types of physical systems can be described by the same math., thereby can be controlled using the same methodology. 4. The examples we studied in the class represent real physical systems, but are simplified to delivery the core concepts; 5. Labs and the project are good places to bridge the math. with the real physical systems. Basic Concepts in Fluid Dynamics Modeling Review of Laplace Transform...
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 Spring '09
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