This course is about the basic concepts of Dynamics And Control and their impact in the practical work field.

First, the basic concepts of systems, dynamics, structure and control are introduced. Later, we will see how knowing how to evaluate the dynamic behavior of a system and its performance provides the methods to develop new controlled systems which meets certain criterias.

**Assessment**

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: MIT

### Course Curriculum

Module 01 | |||

lecture_01 Introduction | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_02 Example cruise control | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_03 Laplace transform definition, properties | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_04 Block diagram algebra | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_05 Modeling impedance of electrical components | 00:10:00 | ||

lecture_06 Kirchoff’s laws, circuit equations | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_07 Transfer functions, loopmesh currents | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_08 Modeling real components as Thevenin and Norton sources | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_09 Modeling one-dimensional mechanical components | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_10 Modeling impedance of mechanical components | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_11 Transfer functions in MATLAB and Maple | 00:10:00 | ||

lecture_12 Operational amplifiers | 00:15:00 | ||

Module 02 | |||

lecture_13 Generalized system modeling | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_14 Modeling rotational systems | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_15 Example rotational systems | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_16 Modeling two-port components | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_17 LTI system response | 00:10:00 | ||

lecture_18 Standard input functions delta, step, ramp, sinusoid | 00:10:00 | ||

lecture_19 Poles and zeros | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_20 Standard 1st and 2nd order system responses | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_21 Higher order systems, LTI system properties | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_22 Example finding system responses | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_23 Effects of poles and zeros | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_24 Closed-loop systems, steady-state errors | 00:20:00 | ||

Module 03 | |||

lecture_25 System stability, Routh-Hurwitz criterion | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_26 Stability of closed-loop systems, root locus plots | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_27 Root locus development | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_28 Root locus development (cont.) | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_29 Root locus summary, MATLAB | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_30 Sinusoidal system response | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_31 Frequency response and pole-zero plots | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_32 Bode plots | 00:15:00 | ||

lecture_33 Poles and zeros on bode plots | 00:20:00 | ||

lecture_34 Bode plots, conclusion | 00:15:00 | ||

Assessment | |||

Submit Your Assignment | 00:00:00 | ||

Certification | 00:00:00 |

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