Engineered Systems & Systems Engineering (9-7-10)

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What’s an Engineered System?
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Complex Technical Systems Systems with  diverse components and  characteristics , which generally are difficult to  analyze and understand Systems involving  dynamic relationships  that are  uncertain and difficult to predict/control Technical  System is a system (per above)  developed according to established scientific  principles for the purpose of meeting human  need.
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Give some examples Digital camera Cell phone Aircraft Spacecraft Ships National air transportation system National Transportation infrastructure
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Engineered Systems Complex technical system Do they have emergent properties? If so, are these emergent properties Simple? Complex? Weakly emergent? Strongly emergent? Are they adaptive?
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Nomenclature Systems Act on/Alter Material Energy Information (Signal, Data) Architectural Components Structural Operating Flow
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Structure Hierarchical System Subsystem Assembly
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course SYS 302 taught by Professor Dr.hager during the Spring '11 term at Embry-Riddle FL/AZ.

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