41058 Dynamic Systems and Control A6cp; 3hpw, on campus, weekly
Requisite(s): 41056 Machines and Mechanisms A OR 48640 Machine Dynamics
Anti-requisite(s): 48660 Dynamics and Control
Vibration and noise control play a significant role in the behaviour, performance, design, life expectancy, user experience, and even failure, of mechanical and structural systems. Mechanical and mechatronic engineers design machines, with complex dynamic behaviour, which must be controlled for the reasons given and for meeting the appropriate design standards. In this subject, students model the behaviour of simplified linear (or approximately linear) dynamic systems that are typically encountered in the practice of mechanical and mechatronic engineering, to gain an understanding of how such systems can be engineered, or have their dynamics controlled, to achieve desired outcomes. The concepts and tools discussed in this subject can be used in a wide spectrum of engineering disciplines such as mechanical, mechatronics, manufacturing, and biomedical engineering.
Autumn session, City campus
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