Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems – C. Close, D. Frederick, J. Newell – 3rd Edition


The third edition of Modeling and Anaysis of Dynamic Systems continues to present students with the methodology applicable to the modeling and of a variety of dynamic systems, regardless of their origin. It includes detailed modeling of , electrical, electro-, thermal, and fluid systems.

Models are developed in the form of state-variable equations, input-output equations, functions, and block diagrams. The Laplace transform is used for analytical solutions. Computer solutions are based on MATLAB and Simulink. Examples include both and nonlinear systems. An introduction is given to the modeling and tools for systems.

The text offers considerable flexibility in the selection of material for a specific course. Students majoring in many different engineering disciplines have used the text. Such courses are frequently followed by control-system design courses in the various disciplines

Table of Content

*Translational Mechanical Systems.
*Standard Forms for System Models.
*Block Diagrams and Computer Simulation.
*Rotational Mechanical Systems.
*Electrical Systems.
*Transform Solutions of Linear Models.
*Transform Function Analysis.
*Developing a Linear Model.
*Electromechanical Systems.
*Thermal Systems.
*Fluid Systems.
*Block Diagrams for Dynamic Systems.
*Modeling, Analysis, and Design Tools.
*Feedback Design with MATLAB.
*Appendix A: Units.
*Appendix B: Matrices.
*Appendix C: Complex Algebra.
*Appendix D: Classical Solution of Differential Equations.
*Appendix E: Laplace Transforms.
*Appendix F: Selected Reading.
*Appendix G: Answers to Selected Problems.

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