13summary - MODELING SUMMARY: TRANSFER FUNCTIONS FOR

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Mechanical Electrical Hydraulic Thermal Alternative methods of producing transfer function: 1. Time domain : Use elemental laws and fundamental equations to produce time-domain system equations. Use differentiation and substitutions to reduce system equations to a single input-output (I/O) differential equation. Take Laplace transform (LT) of I/O differential equation (zero ICs for forced response). Solve for ratio of input over output to produce transfer function. 2. Laplace domain : Derive the dynamical equations of motion as in Approach 1 above. Take LT’s of the individual differential equations (with zero ICs). Algebraically reduce the LT system equations to single I/O equation. Solve for ratio of input over output (LT) to produce transfer function. 3. Block diagram : Take LTs of elemental equations. Connect LT elemental equations using LT fundamental equations, taking advantage of complex impedance concepts. Produce block diagram (BD) components of each LT representation of fundamental laws. Connect BD components into BD of entire system. Use BD reduction
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2011 for the course ME 375 taught by Professor Meckle during the Fall '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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