Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems OpenCourseWare: A Free Online Graduate Study Course by MIT

Published Jan 26, 2009

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Students taking part in MIT's 'Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems' OpenCourseWare project will learn about physical system modeling of dynamic systems. Topics to be discussed include multi-port energy storage and dissipation, transformation theory, nonlinear mechanics and Lagrangian and Hamiltonian forms. A background in Mechanical Engineering is required for the successful completion of this course.

Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems: Course Specifics

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Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems: Course Description

Students looking over the 'Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems' OpenCourseWare, presented by Professor Neville Hogan, will learn about topics and issues related to the modeling of dynamic systems. Some of the topics to be discussed include nonlinear mechanics, multiport energy storage, state-space models and network representation. Topics will also cover specific examples of various applications, including chemical processes, electro-mechanical transducers, mechanisms and compressible flow.

Lecture notes, project ideas, assignments, one quiz and other study materials are available to download for free online. For more information on this OpenCourseWare, visit the dynamic systems modeling course page.

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