SE-207: MODELING AND SIMULATION( 2-3-3)
Instructor: Dr. Samir Hasan Al-Amer Office: 22-113 Phone: 3749 Email : samir@ccse.kfupm.edu.sa
Office Hours: Sat. 9:00-10:00 and 1:00-1:50 Mon 9:00-10:30
Course Objective:
The students will be asked to develop mathematical models of dynamical systems of various kinds (mechanical, electrical …) starting from the basic principles and physical laws. Methods and tools for analyzing and simulation of dynamical systems will be covered.
Catalog Description:
Principle of modeling, linear and nonlinear lumped parameter dynamic systems. Linearization of nonlinear models. Modeling of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and thermal systems. Transfer functions and state-space models. Laboratory activities includes analog and digital simulation of dynamical systems.
Prerequisite: SE 201 and Math 260 Co-requisite: EE 201
Textbook: Close and Frederick, ‘Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems’, 2nd edition, John Wiely, 1995
Attendance:
University regulations regarding attendance will be strictly enforced.
Homework: The purpose of the homework is to develop skills in modeling dynamical systems. It is not to give you busy work or drill. Don't think of your homework paper as a certificate proving that you have done the assignment. Think of it as an exercise in learning and in reporting what you have learned. Homework must be submitted on time. No credit will be awarded to late homework.
Exams: No makeup exam will be given for any reason.
Grading:
Attendance and homework | 10% |
Laboratory |
15% |
Quizzes (4 Quizzes) | 20% |
Midterm Exam | 25% |
Final | 30% |
Topic |
Content |
# of lectures |
1 |
Introduction (Chapter 1) |
2 |
2 |
Transnational Mechanical Systems (Chapter 2) |
3 |
3 |
State-variable and I/O models (3.1,3.2) |
2 |
4 |
Rotational Mechanical Systems (Chapter 4) |
4 |
5 |
Electrical Systems (5.1-5.6) |
3 |
Midterm October ????2002 Topics: 1-5 |
||
6 |
Laplace transform (Chapter 7) |
5 |
7 |
Transfer function analysis (8.1-8.5) |
4 |
8 |
Linearization of nonlinear systems (9.1-9.2) |
3 |
9 |
Thermal Systems (Chapter 11) |
3 |
Final Exam (Comprehensive) |