ENGS 22: Systems


17F: 2; Lab

(1) Differential Equations and Linear Algebra: 4th Edition by C. Henry Edwards; David E. Penney; David T. Calvis Pearson; 2018; ISBN-13 978-0134497181. (2) Dynamic Modeling and Control of Engineering Systems: 3rd Edition by Bohdan T. Kulakowski; John F. Gardner; J. Lowen Shearer; Cambridge University Press; New York; New York; 2007; ISBN-13: 978-1107650442

18W: 9L; Lab

18S: 9L; Lab

18X: 10; Lab

18F: 2; Lab

19W: 9L; Lab

19S: 9L; Lab


MATH 13, PHYS 14, and ENGS 20



The student is introduced to the techniques of modeling and analyzing lumped systems of a variety of types, including electrical, mechanical, reacting, fluid, and thermal systems. System input will be related to output through ordinary differential equations, which will be solved by analytical and numerical techniques. Systems concepts such as time constant, natural frequency, and damping factor are introduced. The course includes computer and laboratory exercises to enhance the students’ understanding of the principles of lumped systems. Students will develop the ability to write MATLAB code. Enrollment is limited to 50 students.