# GAZI UNIVERSITY INFORMATION PACKAGE - 2019 ACADEMIC YEAR

COURSE DESCRIPTION
SYSTEM DYNAMICS/ME426
 Course Title: SYSTEM DYNAMICS Credits 3 ECTS 5 Course Semester 8 Type of The Course Elective
COURSE INFORMATION
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-- (TEXTBOOK)
-- (SUPPLEMENTARY TEXTBOOK)
-- (PREREQUISITES AND CO-REQUISITES)
-- LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
English.
-- COURSE OBJECTIVES
-- COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students will be able to model physical system components and model physical systems via linear graphs.
Students will be able to obtain state models of dynamics systems from system graph.
Students will be able to linearize nonlinear systems.
Students will be able to obtain transfer functions and time and frequency responses of systems.

-- MODE OF DELIVERY
The mode of delivery of this course is face to face.
 --WEEKLY SCHEDULE 1. Week System concept. Introduction to system dynamics, definitions. Modeling of physical systems. Global parameter models. Variable types. 2. Week Power and energy. Energy ports. One-port elements. Type-A, type-T, type-D and source elements. 3. Week One-port elements of physical systems. 4. Week Linear graph representation of system elements. Oriented linear graphs of systems with one-port elements. Derivation of basic equations from system graph. 5. Week Obtaining dynamic equations of some example systems with one-port elements. 6. Week Incompatibilities in modeling and dependent elements. Impure elements. 7. Week Two-port elements. Oriented linear graphs and dynamic equations of systems with one-port and two-port elements. 8. Week Obtaining dynamic equations of some example systems with one-port and two-port elements. 9. Week State variables and state equations. Determination of state variables of systems with one-port elements from their linear graphics and derivation of state equations. 10. Week Midterm Exam. 11. Week Determination of state variables of systems with one-port and two-port elements and derivation of state equations. 12. Week Linearization of nonlinear systems. Linearization around steady and non-steady operating points. 13. Week Laplace transforms. Transfer functions. Characteristic equation. Poles and zeros. Test input types and time response. 14. Week Response of systems to impulse, step and ramp inputs. Step and ramp responses of first order systems. Step responses of second order systems. 15. Week Responses of systems to sinusoidal inputs. Frequency response, amplitude ratio, phase shifting. Graphical representations of frequency response. 16. Week Final Exam.
-- TEACHING and LEARNING METHODS
-- ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
 Quantity Total Weighting (%) Midterm Exams 1 40 Assignment 0 0 Application 0 0 Projects 0 0 Practice 0 0 Quiz 4 20 Percent of In-term Studies 60 Percentage of Final Exam to Total Score 40