Admin_Letter_ME3015_fall2011_ueda

Admin_Letter_ME3015_fall2011_ueda - SUBJECT: ME 3015 Course...

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SUBJECT: ME 3015 Course Policy and Administrative Letter (Fall ‘11) 1 ME 3015 D System Dynamics and Control Fall 2011 Class MW :10:00 am - 12:00 pm MRDC 2404 Professor: Dr. Jun Ueda E-mail: jun.ueda@me.gatech.edu Office: Love Building, Room 219 Office phone: 385-3900 Office Hours: (tentative) Tuesday 11:00am to 12:00pm Grader: Anh Tran E-mail: atran36@mail.gatech.edu Office hours:TBA For questions or discrepancies regarding grading of your homework, please see the grader first. He will recommend to me whether your grade should be changed. 1. Purpose: This course will give you the opportunity to learn and apply the principles required to solve system dynamics and control problems. The topics addressed include dynamic modeling and the response of systems with mechanical, electrical, thermal and/or fluid elements. Design and analysis of linear feedback control systems will be performed in both the time and frequency domains. 2. Educational Objectives: Objective 1: To teach students basic mathematical and computational tools for modeling and analysis of dynamic systems. Objective 2: To educate students to identify, model, analyze, design, and simulate dynamic systems in various engineering disciplines using a unified approach. 3. Course Outcomes: Corresponding to Objective 1 1.1 Students will demonstrate understanding of various mathematical models, such as transfer function and state-space, for dynamic systems. 1.2 Students will demonstrate the ability to simulate the transient and steady-state response of dynamic systems. Corresponding to Objective 2 2.1 Students will demonstrate that they can analyze transient, steady-state, and frequency response of linear dynamic systems. 2.2 Students will demonstrate an ability to mathematically model systems in various engineering disciplines including mixed systems.
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SUBJECT: ME 3015 Course Policy and Administrative Letter (Fall ‘11) 2 2.3 Students will be able to design basic control compensation using time and frequency domain techniques. 4. Grade Plan: A. GRADED EVENT POINTS PERCENT Problem Sets (8 ea.@25pt) 200 20 Exams (2 ea.@200pt) 400 40 Final Exam 400 40 TOTAL 1000 100 B. The following grades are guaranteed: 90.0% + A 80.0% + B 70.0% + C 65.0% + D < 65% F Those students that score < 50% on the final exam, regardless of their average in the course, will be considered for possible failure of the course. 5.
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