ME3514-Introduction

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ME 3514 SYSTEM DYNAMICS Instructor icardo A Burdisso Ricardo A. Burdisso 153 Durham Hall 31 355 231-7355 rburdiss@vt.edu

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Introduction YSTEMS: mbination of components acting together to SYSTEMS: combination of components acting together to perform a task. Component is a single unit of a system. Dynamic vs static system MATHEMATICAL MODEL: mathematical description of the system’s dynamic characteristics. Linear differential equations diff ti l ti 2 2 () 51 0 ( ) ( ) dxt x tf t dt  Non-linear differential equations 2 2 2 (1 ) 0 xx t  Prepared by R. A. Burdisso ME3514 System Dynamics
Introduction INEAR SYSTEMS: e principle of superposition is LINEAR SYSTEMS: the principle of superposition is applicable: The solution to: 2 12 2 () 51 0 ( ) ( ) ( ) dxt x tf t t dt  is obtained as: 2 11 2 0 ( ) ( ) x t 2 22 2 0 ( ) ( ) ) d xt d x t t x t Prepared by R. A. Burdisso ME3514 System Dynamics 

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Introduction ATHEMATICAL MODELING PROCEDURE MATHEMATICAL MODELING PROCEDURE 1. Draw a schematic of the system and define variables.
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