Published April 25, 2013
Textbook - 519 Pages - 233 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781466560758 - CAT# K15910
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Written by a professor with extensive teaching experience, System Dynamics and Control with Bond Graph Modeling treats system dynamics from a bond graph perspective. Using an approach that combines bond graph concepts and traditional approaches, the author presents an integrated approach to system dynamics and automatic controls.
The textbook guides students from the process of modeling using bond graphs, through dynamic systems analysis in the time and frequency domains, to classical and state-space controller design methods. Each chapter contains worked examples, review exercises, problems that assess students’ grasp of concepts, and open-ended "challenges" that bring in real-world engineering practices. It also includes innovative vodcasts and animated examples, to motivate student learners and introduce new learning technologies.
Part I Dynamic System Modeling
Introduction to System Dynamics
System Decomposition and Model Complexity
Mathematical Modeling of Dynamic Systems
Analysis and Design of Dynamic Systems
Control of Dynamic Systems
Diagrams of Dynamic Systems
A Graph-Centered Approach to Modeling
Basic Bond Graph Elements
Power and Energy Variables
Basic 1-Port Elements
Basic 2-Ports Elements
Simple Bond Graph Examples
Bond Graph Synthesis and Equation Derivation
State Equation Derivation
Algebraic Loops and Derivative Causality
Impedance Bond Graphs
Laplace Transform of the State-Space Equation
Basic 1-Port Impedances
Impedance Bond Graph Synthesis
Junctions, Transformers, and Gyrators
Effort and Flow Dividers
Transfer Function Derivation
Alternative Derivation of Transfer Function
Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Simulation
Basic Transient Responses
Transfer Function Simulations
Part II Analysis and Control
"Bond Graphs provide an ideal platform to introduce undergraduate students to dynamic system modeling as it demonstrates the commonality of all energy-based systems. … While other texts present bond graphs and their utility in modeling dynamic systems, this text appears especially suited to use in a first undergraduate course. The prose is clear and understandable, and the organization of the material provides a logical presentation."
—Peter J. Gorder, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
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