System Dynamics / Edition 1by William J. Palm III, William J. Palm
Pub. Date: 05/14/2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Palm's text is notable for having the strongest coverage of computational software and system simulation of any available book. MATLAB is introduced in Chapter 1, and every subsequent/i>
William Palm's System Dynamics is a major new entry in this course offered for Mechanical, Aerospace and Electrical Engineering students, as well as for practicing engineers.
Palm's text is notable for having the strongest coverage of computational software and system simulation of any available book. MATLAB is introduced in Chapter 1, and every subsequent chapter has a MATLAB Applications section. No previous experience with MATLAB is assumed; methods are carefully explained, and a detailed appendix outlines use of the program. Browse EngineeringCS.com to find M-files provided for all users of the book. SIMULINK is introduced in Chapter 5, and used in subsequent chapters to demonstrate the use of system simulation techniques.
This textbook also makes a point of using real-world systems, such as vehicle suspension systems and motion control systems, to illustrate textbook content.
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Table of Contents1 Introduction2 Modeling of Rigid-Body Mechanical Systems 3 Solution Methods for Dynamic Models 4 Spring and Damper Elements in Mechanical Systems 5 Block Diagrams and State-Variable Models 6 Electrical and Electromechanical Systems 7 Fluid and Thermal Systems 8 System Analysis in the Time Domain 9 System Analysis in the Frequency Domain 10 Modeling and Analysis of Control Systems 11 Control System Design 12 Vibration Applications Appendix A Introduction to MATLAB Appendix B Guide to Selected MATLAB Commands and Functions Appendix C Numerical Methods Appendix D Fourier Series
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