ENGG*2400 Engineering Systems Analysis
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ENGG*2400:
Engineering Systems Analysis
Introduction
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ENGG*2400 Engineering Systems Analysis
School of Engineering
1 I NSTRUCTIONAL S UPPORT
1.1
Instructor
Instructor:
Bob Dony
ENGG*2400: Engineering Systems Analysis
Engineering Systems: The Big Picture
School of Engineering
Fall 2014
Element Laws
T
A1
A2
Z
T =
1
(A1 A2 )
Z
where Z is the generalized differential resistance defined as follows:
Mechanical
Translational
Mechanical
ENGG*2400 Engineering Systems Analysis
School of Engineering
Quiz 5
Open Book
1 Question
Quiz 5
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R.D. Dony
ENGG*2400 Engineering Systems Analysis
ei (t)
R
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For the above electrical circuit where ei (t) is the input
voltag
ENGG*2400 Engineering Systems Analysis
School of Engineering
1 F REQUENCY R ESPONSE
1.1
Sinusoidal Steady State
Forced solution, initially at rest
Steady state solution - after transients 0
x(t) =
Lecture 18
H(s) yss (t) =?
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ENGG*2400
ENGG*2400 Engineering Systems Analysis
School of Engineering
Review of Complex Numbers
Bob Dony
1 R ECTANGULAR F ORM
With j = 1, a + jb is a complex number where a is the real part and b is the imaginary part.
The complex number a + jb can be plotted on t
Narne & ID:
4. For the mechanical system shown below, where fa (t) is a known force, sketch the free body
diagram for ( M1 / M2 ) and write the corresponding D’Alembert’s law using only the vari-
ables 51:1, 302, and 19 as indicated in the ﬁgure. Assume