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Unformatted text preview: Syllabus ME 375 – SYSTEM MODELING AND ANALYSIS Spring Semester 2011 – DISTANCE STUDENTS INSTRUCTORS: Greg Shaver Office: ME 83 E-mail: [email protected] Lecture: MWF 10:30 – 11:20 PM in ME 261 Office hours: 11:30-12:30 PM MWF in ME 83 Chuck Krousgrill Office: ME 367 E-mail: [email protected] Lecture: MWF 12:30 – 1:20 PM in ME 156 Office hours: 1:30-2:30 PM MWF in ME 367 Xinyan Deng Office: ME 376 E-mail: xdeng Lecture: MWF 2:30 – 3:20 PM in ME 261 Office hours: 3:30 – 4:30 PM MWF in ME 376 GRADER: Christian Tate ([email protected]) COURSE BLOG: COURSE TEXT: System Dynamics, W. J. Palm III, McGraw-Hill, 2nd Ed., 2010. REFERENCES: [1] Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems, C.M. Close, D.K. Frederick, and J.C. Newell, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 3rd Ed., 2002. [2] System Dynamics, K. Ogata, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 4th Ed., 2004. [3] Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems, G.F. Franklin, J.D. Powell, and A. EmamiNaeini, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 5th Ed., 2006. [4] Control Systems Engineering, N.S. Nise, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 5th Ed., 2008. PREREQUISITE: MATH 303, ME 365 and Laplace transforms or the consent of instructors. GOALS: This course introduces lumped parameter system-level modeling from first principles. These models will be used to predict the performance of engineered systems based on their dynamic response. The concept of feedback control will then be introduced for improving the stability and steady-state/transient performance characteristics of systems. GRADING POLICY: Homework and Quizzes Exam I Exam II Final Exam 25% 20% 20% 35% Class is not curved -- a straight scale is used: 97-100% A+; 93-97% A; 90-93% A-; 87-90% B+; 83-87% B; 80-83% B-; 77-80% C+; 73-77% C; 70-73% C-; 67-70% D+; 63-67% D; 60-63% D-; <60% F. HOMEWORK POLICY: Homework is to be submitted by midnight (local time) on the day it is due. Please scan your work and email to Christian Tate ([email protected]). No late homework will be accepted. There will be one homework set per week for weeks during which there are no exams. Since assigned homeworks are an integral part of transferring course content to students, they are to be an individual effort (working together is encouraged, but homework solutions should be written up independently). Each new homework problem must begin on a new page. Homework regrades must be requested in writing within one class period after its original return. QUIZZES: Throughout the semester, there will be a series of quizzes covering both the reading assignments and lecture material. You will be emailed these quizzes. You will be asked to complete, scan and email back within 24 hours. EXAMINATIONS: There will be two exams during the semester. (See Course Schedule for time and location.) These exams will be closed books and closed notes. You are allowed to bring ONE letter-size hand-written single-sided "crib sheet" to Exam 1 and TWO crib sheets to Exam 2. Graded exams will be returned as soon as possible. An exam regrade must be requested in writing within one week after its original return. There will be no make-up examinations; contact us prior to an exam if there are extenuating circumstances. FINAL EXAMINATION: The Final Exam will be comprehensive. You are allowed to bring THREE singlesided crib sheets to the Final Exam. Time, date and venue are to be announced. COMPUTER USAGE: Students will be expected to use MATLAB for some of the homework assignments. You are expected to secure a computer account having MATLAB within the first week of class. You can find a Get Started Guide for MATLAB at: . It is strongly advised that you review MATLAB basics before the 3rd week of the semester. EMERGENCY INFO: In the event of a major campus emergency, course requirements, deadlines and grading percentages are subject to changes that may be necessitated by a revised semester calendar or other circumstances. In case of such an emergency, you can get information about changes in this course on the course website/blog or by contacting your instructor via email. ME 375 – SPRING 2011 COURSE SCHEDULE Distance Students Period 1/2 M 3W 4F 5M 6W 7/8 F 9M 10 W 11 F 12 M W F M 13 W 14 F 15 M 16 W 17 F 18 M 19 W 20 F 21 M 22 W 23 F 24 M 25 W 26 F Date 1/10 1/12 1/14 1/17 1/19 1/21 1/24 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/25 2/28 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/9 3/11 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 3/21 3/23 3/25 3/28 3/30 4/1 4/4 4/6 4/8 4/11 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/20 4/22 4/25 4/27 4/29 M W F M W F M W F M W F M W F M W F Topic Reading HW Due Intro & Translational Mechanical Systems Chap. 2.1, 4.1-4.2, 4.4-4.5 Rotational Mechanical Systems Chap. 2.2 General Mechanical Systems Chap. 2.4 System Models – State Variable Equations Chap. 5 Laplace Transforms Chap. 3 Inverse Laplace Transforms – Solns to ODEs Chap. 3 #1 Transfer Function Analysis Chap. 3.4 Transfer Function Analysis Chap. 3.4 System Stability Chap. 3.2 #2 Forced Response of First-Order Systems Chap. 9.1 No lecture - holiday No lecture - holiday No lecture - holiday Forced Response of Second-Order Systems Chap. 9.2 Dynamic Response (Transient & Steady State) Chap. 9.3 #3/4 Dynamic Response (Transient & Steady State) Chap. 9.3 Frequency Response Functions Chap. 8 Frequency Response Functions Chap. 8 #5 Frequency Response Functions Chap. 8 EXAM 1 Bode Diagrams Chap. 8 Bode Diagrams Chap. 8 Bode Diagrams Chap. 8 Electrical Systems Chap. 6.1-3 #6 Electro-Mechanical Systems Chap. 6.4 Electro-Mechanical Systems Chap. 6.5-6 Block Diagrams Chap. 9.5-6 #7 SPRING BREAK: March 14-18 (no lectures) Hydraulic (Fluid) Systems Chap. 7.1-5 Hydraulic (Fluid) Systems Chap. 7.1-5 Introduction to Feedback Control Chap. 10.1 #8 Open-Loop vs. Closed-Loop Response Chap. 10.1 Closed-Loop Transfer Functions Chap. 10.2-3 Performance Specifications (Steady State) #9 Performance Specifications (Transient) Chap. 9.3 Performance Specifications Feedback Control Design Process Chap. 10.5 #10 PID Control Chap. 10.4 EXAM 2 PID Control Chap. 10.4 Root Locus Chap. 11.1 Root Locus Chap. 11.1 Root Locus Chap. 11.1 #11 Controller Design Using Root Locus Chap. 11.2 Controller Design Using Root Locus Chap. 11.2 Class Review #12 ...
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