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ME 3050 - Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems

3 Credits (3 Contact Hours)
Presents techniques for developing and analyzing models of mechanical, electrical, electromechanical, fluid and thermal systems. Transient, steady-state and frequency response are determined using analytical and numerical methods. Covers tools for stability analysis and state-space representation. Covers linear free- and forced-vibrations in single- and multi-degree-of-freedom systems with lumped-parameters representation, methods of vibration absorption and isolations. Preq: ECE 2070  and ECE 2080  and MATH 2080  and MATH 3650 , each with a C or better. Preq or concurrent enrollment: ME 3070  with a C or better.



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