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Signals and Systems Learning Objectives Unified Engineering Fall 2003 Learning Objectives: Students graduating from 16.010/020 will be able to: 1. Solve simple linear static networks, using both the loop method and node method as solution tools. 2. Solve simple linear dynamic networks, using classical and state methods. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of state concepts, and use those concepts to analyze dynamic systems. Measurable outcomes (assessment method): Students graduating from 16.010/020 will be able to: 1. Solve simple linear resistive circuits with sources, using the node methods and loop methods. In this context, "solve" implies finding circuit element voltages and currents. (concept tests, problem sets, quizzes) 2. Apply the concept of Thevinin and Norton equivalent circuits to explain or predict
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Unformatted text preview: the behavior of linear resistive circuits, perhaps with simple nonlinear loads. (concept tests, problem sets, quizzes) 3. Derive the differential equations that describe linear RLC networks, using both the loop method and the node method. (concept tests, problem sets, quizzes) 4. Solve initial value problems for homogenous RLC networks, using characteristic values and characteristic vectors. (problem sets, quizzes) 5. Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of "state," by identifying the state vector for a variety of problems. (concept tests, problem sets, quizzes) 6. Use state methods to solve initial values problems. (problem sets, quizzes) 7. Derive the transfer function for RLC networks and other dynamic systems, using state methods. (concept tests, problem sets, quizzes)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course AERO 16.01 taught by Professor Markdrela during the Fall '05 term at MIT.

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