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MME 353. Control of Dynamic Systems and Vibrations

Credits: 4
Department: Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
Description: Dynamic system modeling in time and frequency domain, First and second order system response, Elements of vibratory systems, Lumped element and continuous vibratory systems, Open and closed loop controller design, simulation and characterization for continuous and discrete systems, PID motion control. Lab.
Prerequisites: MME 352, MATH 327 or (MATH 325 and MATH 312)
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab
Permissions: Other
Other Permission: Department permission to enroll in MME block 3 courses

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Create models of dynamic systems, block diagrams and utilize transfer functions to define dynamic systems.
2. Perform time and frequency domain analysis and response characterization of dynamic systems.
3. Design, simulate, apply and analyze stable, continuous and discrete control systems for various time-domain and frequency domain response characteristics.
4. Design PID servo controllers for industrial motion control applications.
5. Identify elements of vibratory systems and analyze vibratory system response by using software tools.






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