PHYSICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS LABORATORY 2
THE COUPLED PENDULA SYSTEM
First Monday Lab Group:
E12 Laboratory Report Department of Engineering, Swarthmore College
Abstract: In this experiment, the behavior of a coupled pendula system was observed experimentall

s = tf('s'); H = (s^2 + s + 2)/(s^4 + s^3 + 3*(s^2) + s + 1);0efines the transfer function of the system Impulse(H,50)%plots the impulse response of the transfer function with a final time of 50
s = tf('s'); H = (s^2 + s + 2)/(s^5 + s^4 + 3*(s^3) + s^2 +

PYSICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
IMPULSE RESPONSE (CONTINUED)
First Monday Lab Group:
Thomas Drew Maher Shaban Duke Yeboah
E12 Laboratory Report Department of Engineering, Swarthmore College
Abstract: Comparing theoretical predictions to experimental results for

LIST OF PROJECTS FOR E14
February 7, 2011
1. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A COMPOUND ARROW LAUNCHER WITHOUT LIMBS Erick Ball General Project Description The goal of this project is to improve on the traditional bow and arrow concept by applying more modern

PYSICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS LABORATORY 3
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
First Monday Lab Group:
E12 Laboratory Report Department of Engineering, Swarthmore College
Abstract: The simple coupled-pendula analytical system worked on in the previous lab was modeled using the

PYSICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
INTRODUCTION TO FOURIER SERIES AND SUPERPOSITION
First Monday Lab Group:
E12 Laboratory Report Department of Engineering, Swarthmore College
Abstract: This lab is carried out to understand Fourier series and apply the technique to

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PHYSICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS LABORATORY 2
THE COUPLED PENDULA SYSTEM
First Monday Lab Group:
Thomas Drew Maher Shaban Duke Yeboah
E12 Laboratory Report Department of Engineering, Swarthmore College
Abstract: In a previous lab, we modeled a coupled pendula sy

EI2 Exam 32012
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PHYSICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS LABORATORY 3
INTRODUCTION TO THERMAL SYSTEMS
First Monday Lab Group:
Thomas Drew Maher Shaban Duke Yeboah
E12 Laboratory Report Department of Engineering, Swarthmore College
Abstract:
Introduction: The basic purpose of this lab i