ME 3015 HW Set #3 Solution
Problem 1.
a)
By performing a Free-Body-Diagram analysis on the block and assuming x2 > x1,
m1 2kx1 k ( x2 x1 ) u 3kx1 kx2 u (1)
x
Similarly, at the node associated with x2,
ME3015 PROBLEM SET #2 (25 points). Document as outlined in the course admin letter.
SOLUTIONS
1. (5 points) Solve the following differential equation of motion using Laplace Transform
Techniques:
4 x
ME3015 PROBLEM SET #1 (25 points).
SOLUTION
1.
(a) Find the inverse Laplace transform for:
F ( s)
s 2 6s 2
s( s 1) 2
[Sol] Partial fractional expansion:
F ( s)
2
1
3
s s 1 ( s 1) 2
f (t ) 2 1(t ) et
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HW SET #6 Solutions
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HW SET #8
Complete by 7/29/2005
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Text Problem B-9-1.
Text Problem B-9-2.
Text Problem B-9-6.
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ME3015 Midterm Solutions
Summer 2005
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Computer Assignment I
Due: Friday 6/24/2005
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The computer assignment below may be done by teams of up to 2 studen
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Computer Assignment II
Due 7/22/2003
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This assignment may be done by groups of at most two (2) students per
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Quiz #1
Summer 2005
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1) Indicate whether the following input-output relationships are Dynamic (D) or Static (S) and
linear (L) o
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Quiz #2 Solutions
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1) Draw a free-body diagram of each element of the propeller system shown and derive a differential
equa
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Quiz #3 Solutions
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1) The linear motion of an automobile including the drag force may be described
by mv bv f where v is the
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Quiz #4 Solutions
Spring 2005
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1) Consider the mass-spring-damper system given by mx bx kx f .
a. Find the values of m, b and k for
Quiz #5 Solutions
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Summer 2005
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1) Match the controllers (i-iii) on the left with their intended properties (a-c) on the right. (3)
i.
Proportional Control
a
Eliminates steady-state (offse
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HW SET #6
Complete by Friday 7/22/2005
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Text Problem B-10-6.
Text Problem B-10-8.
Text proble
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HW SET #5
Complete by Monday 7/11/2005
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1) Text Problem B-9-2. In addition, find the steady-sate sinusoidal
ME3015 PROBLEM SET #4 (25 points). SOLUTIONS
1. (8 points) Derive the transfer function of the electrical system EO ( s) / Ei ( s) shown below.
Draw a schematic diagram of an analogous mechanical syst
ME-3015 Exam #1
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EXAM #1 ME-3015 SYSTEM DYNAMICS AND CONTROL (A, RCC, RPK, RPY)
February 23rd, 4:35pm 6:25pm
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Problem 1 (70 points)
(a) (10 points)
(b) (20 points)
(c) (20 points)
(d) (20 points)
Problem 2 (
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HW SET #1
Complete by 5/25/2005
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1) Identify what you consider to be the inputs and outputs for the hot wate
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HW SET #1 Solutions
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1) Identify what you consider to be the inputs and outputs for the hot water furnace
sh
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HW SET #2
Complete by 6/7/2005
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1) Text Problem B-3-13.
2) Text Problem B-3-15.
3) Derive a mathematical mod
Homework #2 Solution
1) B-3-13
T1
T1
T2
J
T2
k
J
T1
T1 T2
0
k
i
o
b
o
, T2
b
0
Combining these equations,
J
o
k
o
k
i
2) B-3-15
Done in class.
3) Derive a mathematical model for the system shown in th
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HW SET #3
Complete by Monday 6/20/2005
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Text Problem B-4-1.
Text Problem B-4-5.
Text Probl
~.
'nle system equations
are
kl(xi
bl(Y
-xo)
.
which can be rewritten
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-y)
as
= bl(Y -Xo)
= kro
.
b1Y + klY = klxi
+ blxo
.
b1xO + k2xo = blY
Noting that xo(O-) = 0 and y(O-)
two equations we obtain
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HW SET #4
Complete by 6/30/2005
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1) Text problem B-7-3.
2) Text problem B-7-4.
3) Text problem B-7-6 and B-
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HW SET #4 Solutions
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1) Text problem B-7-3.
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ME3015 Sample Final Examination
Spring 2005
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