This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.
View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: ME360  Dynamic Systems HW2 Prof. Gillespie  Fall 2010 ME360  Dynamic Systems  Fall 2010 HW2  Due Sept 16 For reference, read your lecture notes, the linearization handout(s), and section 1.3 of the textbook. Sample problems: Examples 1.3.2, 1.3.3, and 1.3.4. Problem 1 Problem 1.15 from the book Problem 2 Winter may not be here yet, but it will arrive soon enough. Then you’ll want to hit the slopes. And hit them you will with your newly earned knowledge of system dynamics. The block of mass m on the in clined plane sketched below represents you on the snowy slope. The conditions are perfect. Friction between you and the slope is gone. As it so happens, you still have to breathe, and aerodynamic drag is still some thing you must overcome to achieve the speed you’re after. Let us model aerodynamic drag as f a = av 2 , where a is an empirical constant and v is your speed relative to the mass of air through which you slice. θ M f a g v 1. Determine the nonlinear equations of motion that govern your speed on the slope. Note: you may consider θ a variable rather than a parameter, and determine a linear forcing function that is a function of both...
View
Full
Document
 Fall '10
 Gillespie
 Derivative, Function block, DYNAMIC SYSTEMS, equilibrium solution, Prof. Gillespie

Click to edit the document details