University of Technology Sydney

43018 Dynamic Systems and Control B

6cp; 3hpw, on campus, weekly
Requisite(s): 41058 Dynamic Systems and Control A OR 48660 Dynamics and Control

Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Description

Vibration and acoustics play a significant role in the behaviour, performance, design, life expectancy, and even failure, of mechanical and structural systems. This subject introduces new concepts and approaches to vibration modelling, analysis, and measurement, including advanced approaches in rigid and flexible body modelling and analysis of mechanical systems as well as experimental techniques for the analysis and evaluation of existing systems. Laboratory and project work form a significant proportion of in-class activities, in which students become proficient in the techniques of data acquisition, acoustics, and vibration testing, measurement, and signal processing.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus


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