ME 325 – Engineering Systems Dynamics

This course covers basic engineering vibration analy­sis with application to control systems including free-damped and undamped vibration of one degree of freedom systems, forced vibration, response, shock excitation, harmonic analysis, and random vibration, multi-degree of freedom systems, Lagrange equation, and vibration of systems with distributed mass and elasticity. The course includes applications and case studies, and integrates computer-aided analysis and design tools (MATLAB and Working Model) to ensure relevance to the design and analysis of real-world engineering dynamic and control system problems.

Class Level – Junior and Senior

Semester’s taught – Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Fall 2019

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