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ME 421 Mechanical Dynamics and Control Fall 2006, Lecture 12 Today’s topics: ± Dynamics modeling of electrical systems (Sec. 6-1 to 6-3); ± Time-domain analysis of system dynamics response (Sec. 8-1 to 8-3);
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Dynamics Modeling of Electrical Systems
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Dynamics Modeling of Electrical Systems
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Dynamics Modeling Using Complex Impedance Method
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Example: RIC Circuit Question: What are the physical systems that can be modeled as a RIC circuit?
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Time-Domain Analysis of Dynamics-Response 1. What is it about? Transient response of the system dynamics;
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Why is it important? Important to control in numerous applications; 3. How to study it? Analysis the response to typical input as well as typical initial conditions; 4. What will we study? First and second order systems response; First-Order Dynamics Response Examples of first-order dynamics First-Order Response Transient Response of 2-order Dynamics Examples of Second-order Dynamics Step-Response of 2-order Dynamics...
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