Dynamic Systems and Control
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
- First-order response
- Second-order response
- State-space representation
- Block diagram reduction
- Stability and Routh’s Criterion
- Steady-state 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 university-level 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
What Will I Learn?
- Spring mass damper systems, steady state error, root locus
- Laplace transforms, block diagrams, state space
- First and second order time response plus more!