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An introduction to engineering systems.

Author: Samuel Seely
Publisher: New York : Pergamon Press, [1972]
Series: Pergamon unified engineering series, 9.
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An Introduction to Engineering Systems discusses important aspects of systems engineering. It provides a background of analytical methods appropriate to hand-solution and computer solutions and shows the correlation that exists in alternate formulation. The book begins with an introduction to models and modeling of system elements. It then discusses the equilibrium formulations, signal flow graphs, and geometrical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Seely, Samuel, 1909-
Introduction to engineering systems.
New York, Pergamon Press [1972]
(DLC) 75161591
(OCoLC)324247
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Seely
ISBN: 9781483151731 1483151735
OCLC Number: 596475969
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 531 pages) : illustrations.
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Front Cover; An Introduction to Engineering Systems; Copyright Page; Preface; Table of Contents; Part I: Models and Modeling; Chapter 1. Modeling of System Elements; 1-1 INTRODUCTION; 1-2 MODEL CHARACTERISTICS; 1-3 MODEL APPROXIMATIONS; 1-4 SIGNALS AND WAVEFORMS; 1-5 INTRODUCTION; 1-6 THE CAPACITOR; 1-7 THE INDUCTOR; 1-8 MUTUAL INDUCTANCE-TRANSFORMERS; 1-9 THE RESISTOR; 1-10 SOURCES; 1-11 DUALITY; 1-12 THE IDEAL MASS ELEMENT; 1-13 THE SPRING; 1-14 THE DAMPER; 1-15 RIGID LINKAGE; 1-16 INDEPENDENT MECHANICAL SOURCES; 1-17 MECHANICAL ELEMENTS-ROTATIONAL; 1-18 LIQUID SYSTEMS. 1-19 LIQUID RESISTANCE1-20 LIQUID CAPACITANCE, INDUCTANCE, AND SOURCES; 1-21 GAS SYSTEMS; 1-22 THERMAL SYSTEMS; 1-23 TRANSDUCERS; 1-24 ACTIVE NETWORKS; 1-25 MODELING OF COMPLICATED SITUATIONS; 1-26 SUMMARY; PROBLEMS; Part II: Interconnected Systems; Chapter 2. Interconnected Systems: Equilibrium Formulations; 2-1 INTERCONNECTED ELEMENTS; 2-2 OPERATIONAL NOTATION; 2-3 THROUGH-ACROSS EQUILIBRIUM LAWS; 2-4 NODE EQUILIBRIUM EQUATIONS; 2-5 LOOP EQUILIBRIUM EQUATIONS; 2-6 INTRODUCTION TO THE STATE FORMULATION; 2-7 STATE EQUATIONS FOR LINEAR SYSTEMS; 2-8 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN NORMAL FORM. 2-9 STATE VARIABLE TRANSFORMATION2-10 DISCRETE AND SAMPLED TIME SYSTEMS; PROBLEMS; Chapter 3. Signal Flow Graphs; 3-1 PROPERTIES OF SFG; 3-2 GRAPHING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS; 3-3 SIMULTANEOUS DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS; 3-4 THE ALGEBRA OF SFG-s; 3-5 STATE EQUATIONS AND THE SFG; PROBLEMS; Chapter 4. System Geometry and Constraint Equations; 4-1 INTERCONNECTED ELEMENTS; 4-2 GRAPH OF A NETWORK; 4-3 THE CONNECTION MATRIX; 4-4 GENERAL FORM OF TOPOLOGICAL CONSTRAINTS; 4-5 NODE PAIR AND LOOP VARIABLES; 4-6 BRANCH PARAMETER MATRIXES; 4-7 EQUILIBRIUM EQUATIONS ON A NODE-PAIR BASIS. 4-8 EQUILIBRIUM EQUATIONS ON THE LOOP BASIS4-9 THE CANONIC LC NETWORK; 4-10 THE GENERAL LC NETWORK; 4-11 The CANONIC LC NETWORK CONTAINING R; 4-12 THE GENERAL RLC NETWORK; 4-13 DUALITY; PROBLEMS; Part III: System Response; Chapter 5. System Response; 5-1 FEATURES OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS; 5-2 GENERAL FEATURES OF SOLUTIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS; 5-3 THE COMPLEMENTARY FUNCTION; 5-4 THE PARTICULAR SOLUTION; 5-5 VARIATION OF PARAMETERS; 5-6 EVALUATION OF INTEGRATION CONSTANTS-INITIAL CONDITIONS; 5-7 THE SERIES RL CIRCUIT AND ITS DUAL; 5-8 THE SERIES RL CIRCUIT WITH AN INITIAL CURRENT. 5-9 the series rc circuit and its dual5-10 the series rlc circuit and its dual; 5-11 switching of sinusoidal sources; 5-12 the newton-raphson method; 5-13 numerical solution of differential equations; 5-14 difference equation approximation; 5-15 nonlinear systems; 5-16 various methods for numerical integration (6); 5-17 the operational amplifier; 5-18 computer simulation of differential equations; 5-19 introducing initial conditions; 5-20 time and magnitude scaling of analog computers; 5-21 simulation languages for the digital computer; 5-22 problem oriented languages; problems.
Series Title: Pergamon unified engineering series, 9.

Abstract:

An Introduction to Engineering Systems discusses important aspects of systems engineering. It provides a background of analytical methods appropriate to hand-solution and computer solutions and shows the correlation that exists in alternate formulation. The book begins with an introduction to models and modeling of system elements. It then discusses the equilibrium formulations, signal flow graphs, and geometrical constraints of interconnected systems. After exploring aspects of system response and behavior in the time domain, the analyzes system response in the frequency domain. It also desc.

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