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EEM 244 - System Dynamics

Instructor: Asst.Prof.Hanife APAYDIN ÖZKAN
Teaching Assistants:
Course Book: System Dynamics, by K. Ogata, 2004, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall.
Grading:
Other Resources: 1)Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Dynamic Systems, William J. Palm III, 2)Modern Control Systems, R.C. Dorf and R.H. Bishop, Addison‐Wesley, 2001.
Course Outline:
1. Week

 Introduction to System Dynamics

  • Definition and classification of systems
  • Mathematical modeling of dynamic systems
  • Analysis and design of dynamic systems

 


2. Week

 

Transfer Function Approach to Modeling Dynamic Systems

(Input-output modeling of linear time-invariant (LTI) systems)

  • Impulse response for SISO and MIMO systems
  • Transfer function matrices for SISO and MIMO systems
  • (Introduction) Block diagrams; block diagram reduction techniques.

 


3. Week
  • (continued..)Block diagrams; block diagram reduction techniques.

State Space Approach to Modeling Dynamic Systems

(Internal (state-space) modeling)

  • Introduction to the state, state variables, state vector, state space, state equations.
  • Determination of transfer function matrix of an LTI system from its state equations
  • (Introduction) Determination of state equations of an LTI system from its transfer function matrix.(Realization)

 


4. Week
  • (continued...)Determination of state equations of an LTI system from its transfer function matrix.(Realization)

Mechanical Systems

  • Mechanical elements

 

 


5. Week
  • (continued) Mathematical modeling of simple mechanical systems
  • Work, Energy and Power

6. Week

Midterm 1

 


7. Week
  • (continued)Work, Energy and Power

Electrical Systems and Electromechanical Systems

  • Mathematical modeling of electrical systems

 


8. Week
  • (continued)Mathematical modeling of electromechanical systems

Analogous Systems


9. Week

Introduction to MATLAB

  • MATLAB matrix algebra
  • System response analysis with MATLAB

 


10. Week

Fluid Systems and Thermal Systems

  • Mathematical modeling of liquid level systems
  • Mathematical modeling of pneumatic systems
  • Mathematical modeling of hydraulic systems
  • Linearization of nonlinear systems
  • Mathematical modeling of thermal systems

11. Week

 

Midterm 2

 


12. Week

 

Time Domain Analysis of Dynamic Systems

 

  • Transient response analysis of first-order systems
  • Transient response analysis of second-order systems

 


13. Week
  • Transient response analysis of second-order systems
  • Solution of state equation

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