digital signal processing

Dynamics of Physical Systems

Course Description

In This Course, We will learn about One important component of physics and engineering education is to impart in the student the abilities to formulate mathematical models of systems and to analyze the behavior of systems based on the mathematical description. In this respect, the current undergraduate textbooks on dynamics and control (studied in the engineering curricula) suffer from a serious deficiency, as they are heavily biased toward linear systems, with nonlinearity treated as oddity. Modeling approaches are generally aimed at deriving transfer functions, and the analysis of stability and other properties is then carried out with the standard tools in the Laplace domain. This restricts the exposure of the students to the behavior of linear systems only.

Course Objective

This course covers lessons on newton's method and constraints,bond graph approach,high dimensional linear systems and dynamics of non-linear systems.

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