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ME 3514  System Dynamics
Policy Sheet – Fall Semester, 2011
CRN 94332  MWF 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM – Randolph Hall 221
Credit:
3 credit hours
Prerequisites:
MATH 2214, ESM 2304: Dynamics Of Particles And Rigid Bodies  Vector
treatment of the kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies, Newton's
laws, work and energy, impulse and momentum, impact, mass moments of inertia,
vibrations.
If you have not passed ESM 2304, see your instructor immediately.
Text:
System Dynamics
by
Katsuhiko Ogata, Prentice Hall.
Supplement:
MATLAB/SIMULINK Software
Course Objectives
: Having successfully completed this course, students will be able to:
•
Separate physical systems into component parts and identify the appropriate physical
principles governing the dynamics of these component parts.
•
Write algebraic and differential equations to describe the dynamics of these component
parts and the relations between the component parts to produce the overall system
behavior.
•
Solve and interpret the dynamics equations in the time and frequency domains both
numerically and analytically
•
Describe the analogous behavior of electrical, mechanical, fluid, and thermal systems.
•
Predict response of firstorder and secondorder systems without solving the equations.
•
Develop and use transferfunction descriptions of systems to analyze the behavior of
systems.
Honor Code
:
The honor code will be strictly enforced in this course.
All assignments submitted
shall be considered graded work, unless otherwise noted.
All aspects of your
coursework are covered by the honor system. Any suspected violations of the honor
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