About Course
What is Dynamic Systems and Control?
This Dynamic Systems and Control course provides a great introduction to controls and mathematical modeling of mechanical systems. What does that mean? Well, you will learn how to generate equations that can be used to model a body’s motion. Think of a pendulum swinging – after this course, you will be able to model this type of motion using differential equations and matrices. On top of that, you’ll be able to analyze system stability, calculate how much error is present, use Laplace transforms to solve initial value problems, and much, much more!
Here’s some of what you will learning Dynamic Systems and Control:
 Laplace transforms
 Transfer functions
 Response equations
 Equations of motion of mechanical and electrical systems
 Firstorder response
 Secondorder response
 Statespace representation
 Block diagram reduction
 Stability and Routh’s Criterion
 Steadystate error analysis
 Root locus
Who should enroll?
This course is perfect for you if:
 you are a current student in a similar class and are needing additional examples/explanations
 you are studying for the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and need a review of system response and block diagrams
 you are just curious and want to learn something new
Who this course is for:
 Students taking a universitylevel System Dynamics and Controls course
 Graduates preparing for the Fundamentals of Engineering exam
 Anyone who wants to learn how to mathematically model a body’s motion
Course Content
Dynamic Systems and Control

Bode Plot Phase Lead Compensation
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Control Design Using System Type
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Controller Design Using Error Constants
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Introduction to System Type
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Stability Analysis Using the Routh Array: Special Cases
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Stability Analysis using the Routh Array
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Introduction To Stability
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Sensitivity Analysis
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Step Disturbance Rejection And Tracking
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Block Diagram Reduction Example
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Block Diagram Reduction Introduction
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Steady State Response
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Introduction to PID Control
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Magnitude And Phase Of A Transfer Function
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Introduction to Root Locus
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Bode Plot Gain Compensation
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Bode Plot Analysis
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Bode Plot Sketching
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Bode Plot Introduction
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Root Locus Lead Compensation Example
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Lead Lag Root Locus Introduction
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Root Locus Gain Compensation
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Root Locus Sketch: Third Order Example
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Root Locus Sketch: Second Order Example
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Root Locus Sketching Rules
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Calculating K From The Root Locus
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Step Response Performance Specifications Of Second Order Systems
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Step Response Performance Specifications
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Classifying Second Order Systems
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Modeling Fluid Flow Between Tanks
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DC Motor Modeling
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RLC Circuit Modeling
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RLC Circuit Review
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Rotational Dynamic System Modeling Example
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Translating Mass, Spring, Damper Modeling
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Vibrating Hanging Mass Example – What is Y?
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Mass and Spring Example: What is X?
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Transfer Function Introduction
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State Space Extra Topics
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How To Make a State Space Realization
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Linearizing A Function Of One Variable
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Linearizing A Function Of Two Variables
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Linearization of Nonlinear Differential Equations
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Response of First Order Systems
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Solving Differential Equations By Laplace Transforms
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Inverse Laplace Transform Examples And MuPAD
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Inverse Laplace Transform And Partial Fraction Expansion
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Laplace Transform Properties: Multiplication By Time
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Laplace Transform Properties: Complex Shift
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Laplace Transform Properties: Time Delay
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Laplace Transform Properties: Differentiation and Integration
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Introduction To The Laplace Transform
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Complex Number Review
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Discontinuity Functions
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State Space Introduction
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