MAE 3600 (Fall 2016) Syllabus
Instructor: Roger Fales, PhD.
Office: E3415 Lafferre Hall
Phone: 884-1564
Email: [email protected]
TAs:
Tyler (Kyle) Shinn
[email protected]
Description:
Modeling and analysis of dynamic systems and
introduction to f
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Quiz #2
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016 Feb 17
Problem 1 The parallel RC circuit is driven by current source Im(t). Derive the model in terms
of the appropriate dynamic (or state) variable. Show your step
Homework Set #6: MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Friday, March 11, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 7 textbook problems:
Problems 7.1*, 7.3, 7.6, 7.7*, 7.30*
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Quiz #4
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016 March 23
The block diagram of a system is shown below:
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System 1 System 2
The input u(t) is a step function with a magnitude o
Engineering Materials
MAE 3200
Dr. Elsawy
11/29/16
Project #4: Contribution List
Leader: Brendan Wideman
Schroeder Jr. Thomas-Did not contribute
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Schroff Spencer-Researched information
6/10
Smith Laura-Presented
6/10
Stedem Mark-Researched information
MAE 2100 Introduction to Matlab
MAE 2100 Introduction to Matlab
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Discrete vs Continuous Functions
In pre-calc and in calculus, we deal with continuous
functions. When we plot y vs x, we plot a curve we think
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MAE 3200
11/28/16
Materials Presentation Outline
Thanks Andres.
To begin, we are going to examine the composition of Dean and Trianas cams which are made
of 1020 Steel. As shown, 1020 steel is composed of around .2% Carbon, 99% Ir
Brendan Wideman
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Engr 3200
10/17/16
Materials Project: Group 4
1. Carbon has an atomic radius of 70 pico-meters whereas iron has an atomic radius of 126 picometers. Since the atomic radius of iron is much larger than that of carbon (delta r = 44.4
Engineering Materials 3200
Project 4: Cam Hardening
Group 9
Lance Briggs
Trent Kruessel
Nathan Park
Mike Rogers
31 October 2011
Cam Hardening by Carburization
By
Lance Briggs, Trent Kruessel, Nathan Park, and Mike Rogers
10/31/11
Abstract
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13.4 ATTITUDE MANEUVERS USING REACTION WHEELS
The previous discussion of momentum-exchange devices introduces the concept of the
conservation of angular momentum as a mechanism for controlling a satellites attitude. Altering
the spin rate of an internal r
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Quiz #2
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2017 Feb 22
Problem 1 The series RL circuit is driven by voltage source ein(t). Derive the system
model with magnetic ux linkage, It, as the dynamic variable. The ideal indu
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Quiz #3
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2017 March 3
A system is modeled by the following linear ODEs. The single system input is u, and the
single system output is y.
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Quiz #1
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2017 Feb 6
A two-mass translational mechanical system is shown below. Displacements x1 and x: are the
positions of mas
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Quiz #4
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2017 April 7
The impulse response of a second-order system is shown below:
Output. y
Time, 5
When the input is a unit step, the steady-state output is yss = 0.2222.
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Two-Person Design Project
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2017
Due date: Wednesday, May 3, 2017
You are to design an attitude control system for a satellite that uses a reaction wheel (RW).
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Reaction wheel, Iw
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Quiz #6
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016 May 2
The controller, plant, and feedback transfer functions of the closedloop system are
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Quiz #3
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016 March 9
A system has the following ODE, where u is the input: 32' + 62' + 242 = 0.911
Problem 1: Derive the state equation for a state-space representation.
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Z 42 + 82 =0
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Homework Set #3: MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Monday, February 15, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 4 textbook problems:
Problems 4.1, 4.3*, 4.5, 4.7, 4.8*, 4.9, 4.17*
Chapter 2: Modeling Mechanical Systems
2.1
The free-body diagram (FBD) is shown below, assuming z zin (t ) and z zin (t ) :
b1 z
+z
m
k(z zin)
b2 z zin
Applying Newtons second law (summing positive upward):
F b1 z k ( z zin ) b2 ( z zin ) mz
Rearrange a
Analysis of a Car Model
under Dynamic Loading
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Introduction
Thefollowingmodelwithsevendegreesoffreedomisadoptedforthestudyofthevibrationofa
carrunningfromasmoothsectio
MAE 3600: Design Project Fall 2016
(Version 1.0)
When children are born prematurely, respiratory support with additional oxygen
is often needed. The baby dynamically responds to disturbances that cause the oxygen in blood
(SpO2) to decrease (significant d
Chapter 7
7.4 In all cases the denominator polynomial (characteristic equation) will have the form
(s r1 )( s r2 ) 0
a) Roots r1 2.5 and r2 0.2 :
( s 2.5)( s 0.2) s 2 2.7 s 0.5 (denominator)
Hence the transfer function has the form G ( s )
c
s 2 .7 s 0 .
Chapter 6: Numerical Simulation of Dynamic Systems
6.1 The mathematical model of the rotational mechanical system is J b 0 . Because we
have non-zero initial conditions we cannot use a transfer function. The Simulink model using the
integrator-block metho
Chapter 5: Standard Models for Dynamic Systems
5.1
The system consists of two first-order ODEs and one second-order ODE. Therefore the
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system has order n = 4 and we require four state variables: let x1 = , x2 = z, x3 = w, and x4 w
The system input is u
Homework Set #8: MAE 3600 Dyn 2 mic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 9 textbook problems:
Problems 9.3, 9.4, 9.6*, 9.8, 9.9, 9.10*, 9.11, 9.12*,
Homework Set #4: MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 5 textbook problems:
Problems 5.1, 5.3, 5.4*, 5.7, 5.13*, 5.14*, 5.18*, 5.2
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Homework Set #2: MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Monday, February 8, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 3 textbook problems:
Problems 3.1, 3.2*, 3.3, 3.5*, 3.7, 3.11*, 3.12*, 3.13,
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Quiz #1
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016 Feb 3
A mechanical system is shown below. The system input is displacement of the left end, x.-.(t).
Displacements of masses m] and 12 (x1 and x3) are measured from the stati
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Homework Set #9: MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Friday, April 29, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 10 textbook problems:
Problems 10.3, 10.4, 10.5*, 10.6*, 10.9, 10.12,
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Homework Set #7: MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 7 textbook problems:
Problems 7.2*, 7.3, 7.4*, 7.8, 7.11*, 7.16*
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Score: 1 0/ 10 pts
Quiz #5
MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016 April 18
Problem 1: An RL circuit is driven by a sinusoidal voltage input ein(t) = 4 sin 101 (V).
Compute the frequency response of the output (current) I(t). Sho
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Homework Set #1: MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Monday, February 1, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 2 textbook problems:
Problems 2.1, 2.2*, 2.5, 2.6*, 2.7*, 2.14, 2.15
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Homework Set #5: MAE 3600 Dynamic Systems and Control, Winter 2016
Due date: Monday, March 7, 2016
Note: only the starred (*) problems must be handed in for grading
Chapter 6 textbook problems:
Problems 6.1, 6.2, 6.4*, 6.5, 6.6*, 6.10*, 6.14, 6.16*