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ME 375: System Modeling and Analysis ME 375: System Modeling and Analysis Introduction Introduction Chuck Krousgrill Chuck Krousgrill School of Mechanical Engineering Purdue University
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• Syllabus • Introduction to System Modeling and Analysis • Course Outline Outline Outline
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– Utilize knowledge of mechanics, heat transfer, electrical systems, etc. to develop a concise representation of a given system – Qualitative understanding and quantitative accuracy – Simple, yet sufficient System Modeling System Modeling
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Motivating Example: Vehicle Speed Control – governing equation (equation of motion): System Modeling System Modeling ! mg cv f e t ( ) N m ! v = f e t ( ) ! cv ! mgsin "
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conditions – In other words, solve and interpret differential and algebraic equations, as well as time-series and frequency-response data System Analysis System Analysis ! mg for constant speed v
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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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