System Dynamics and Response

ISBN-10: 0534549306
ISBN-13: 9780534549305
Edition: 2007
Authors: S. Graham Kelly
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Book details

List price: $208.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Course Technology
Publication date: 11/3/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 736
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.256
Language: English

As engineering systems become more increasingly interdisciplinary, knowledge of both mechanical and electrical systems has become an asset within the field of engineering. All engineers should have general facility with modeling of dynamic systems and determining their response and it is the objective of this book to provide a framework for that understanding. The study material is presented in four distinct parts; the mathematical modeling of dynamic systems, the mathematical solution of the differential equations and integro differential equations obtained during the modeling process, the response of dynamic systems, and an introduction to feedback control systems and their analysis. An Appendix is provided with a short introduction to MATLAB as it is frequently used within the text as a computational tool, a programming tool, and a graphical tool. SIMULINK, a MATLAB based simulation and modeling tool, is discussed in chapters where the development of models use either the transfer function approach or the state-space method.

Dr. S. Graham Kelly has been a faculty member and administrator at The University of Akron since 1982. He is the author of one textbook in Vibrations, now in its second edition, another text on System Dynamics and Response, and the author of the Schaum's Outline in Mechanical Vibrations. Dr. Kelly has served The University of Akron in its administration as Associate Provost and most recently as Interim Dean of Engineering.

Introduction
Dynamic Systems
Control Systems
Dimensions and Units
Mathematical Modeling of Dynamic Systems
System Response
Linearization of Differential Equations
Unit Impulse Function and Unit Step Function
Unit Impulse Function
Unit Step Function
Stability
Matlab
Scope of Study
Summary
Chapter Highlights
Important Equations Problems
Mechanical Systems
Inertia Elements
Particles
Rigid Bodies
Deformable Bodies
Degrees of Freedom
Springs
Force-Displacement Relations
Combinations of Springs
Static Deflections
Friction Elements
Viscous Damping
Coulomb Damping
Hysteretic Damping
Mechanical System Input
External Forces and Torques
Impulsive Forces
Step Forces
Periodic Forces
Motion Input
Free-Body Diagrams
Newton's Laws
Particles
Rigid Body Motion
Pure Rotational Motion About a Fixed Axis of Rotation
Planar Motion of a Rigid Body
Three-Dimensional Motion of Rigid Bodies
D'Alembert's Principle
Particles
Rigid Bodies Undergoing Planar Motion
Single-Degree-of Freedom Systems
Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Systems
Energy Methods
Principles of Work and Energy
Equivalent Systems
Energy Storage
Lagrange's Equation for Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Systems
States and Order
Further Eamples
Summary
Modeling Methods
Chapter Highlights
Important Equations Problems
Electrical Systems
Charge, Current, Voltage, and Power
Circuit Components
Resistors
Capacitors
Inductors
Voltage and Current Sources
Operational Amplifiers
Electric Circuits and Mechanical Systems
Kirchoff's Laws
Circuit Reduction
Series and Parallel Components
Series Combinations
Parallel Combinations
Modeling of Electric Circuits
Mechanical Systems Analogies
Energy Principles
Single Loop Circuits with Voltage Sources
Single Loop Circuits with Current Sources
Multiple Loop Circuits
Mechanical Systems with Motion Input
States
Operational Amplifiers
Electromechanical Systems
Magnetic Fields
General Theory
DC Servomotors
Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) and Nanoelectromechanical Systems (NEMS)
Further Examples
Summary
Mathematical Modeling of Electrical Systems
Other Chapter Highlights
Important Equations Problems
Fluid, Thermal, and Chemical Systems
Introduction
Control Volume Analysis
Conservation of Mass
Energy Equation
Bernoulli's Equation
Pipe Flow
Losses
Orifices
Compressible Flows
Modeling of Liquid Level Systems
Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems
Pneumatic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
Thermal Systems
Chemical and Biological Systems
Continuous Stirred Tank Reactors (CSTR)
Biological Systems
Further Examples
Summary
Mathematical Modeling of Transport Systems
Chapter Highlights
Important Equations Problems
Laplace Transforms
Definition and Existence
Determination of Transform Pairs
Direct Integration
Use of Matlab
Laplace Transform Properties
Inversion of Transforms
Use of Tables and Properties
Partial Fraction Decompositions
Real Distinct Poles
Complex Poles
Repeated Poles
Brute Force Methods
Inversion of Transforms of Periodic Functions
Use of Matlab
Laplace Transform solution

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