|Links||Assignments (*)||Lecture Notes (‡)|
course topic map
E11 Diff Eq Review
The Impulse Function and Impulse Response
The Laplace Transform
The Transfer function
(*) Assignments: E12 Assignments are due Mondays by noon unless otherwise specified. They are to be turned in to Cassy Burnett in the department office (Hicks 203).
(‡) Lecture notes are here as a synopsis of a
lecture (or several lectures). They may not be available for all topics.
(†) files link has link to files including PowerPoints, old exams, MATLAB code examples from class....
Erik Cheever, Hicks 305, x8076,
Please feel free to drop by anytime for help. If you are having trouble finding me, please send email.
Lab: Lynne Molter, Hicks 217, x8078
|Meeting time & place:||MWF 8:30-9:20, Hicks 211|
|Lab time & place:||MW 1:15-4:30, Hicks 312a|
|Problem session:||F 2:00, Hicks 211|
|Text:||This course has no printed textbook. The following are on reserve:|
|Exam #1||60%||Exams weighted equally
but lowest grade weighted
half as much as others.
(lowest grade will be dropped)
|Homework:||We encourage you to work together on homework, but don't blindly copy another students work. You should fully understand all solutions to homework before submitting them.|
|Labs & Projects:||We expect labs to be done as a group with your lab partners. You may discuss your lab report with other groups, but you may not copy anything from their reports. Each group will submit a single report (with all members of the group listed).|
|Exams:||Exams are to be solely your own work. The format of exams may vary, but it is never permissible to seek help from another individual. Any outside sources (texts, internet) that are not explicitly allowed in the exam instructions may not be used.|
As part of our accreditation, each course we teach has desired educational outcomes associated with it. The outcomes for this course are listed below.
|Students develop equations to model various types of systems (e.g., translating mechanical, rotating mechanical, electrical, thermal).|
|Students apply transform techniques (e.g., Laplace, Fourier) to solve for system responses in time domain and frequency domain.|
|Students use transfer function and state-space methods to solve for system responses.|
|Students use MatLab, as appropriate, to solve problems.|
|Students devise methods and carry out measurements to characterize system parameters.|
|Student works effectively with classmates to solve problems in the laboratory and prepare reports|