ME 414
FALL 2014
 Instructor : Dr. Mehmet ÇALIŞKAN
Office: G-308 e-mail:[email protected]
 Schedule :
11:40 – 13:30
11:40 – 12:30
 Assistant : Ulaş Akova
Office: G-135
e-mail:[email protected]
 Textbooks :
1. Rowell, D. and Wormley, D., System Dynamics: An Introduction, First Edition,
Prentice Hall, 1997.
2. Platin, B.E., Çalışkan, M. and Özgüven H.N., Dynamics of Engineering Systems,
Lecture Notes, 1991.
 References :
Karnopp, D.C. and Rosenberg, R.C., Analysis and Simulation of Multiport Systems, The
MIT Press, 1968.
Karnopp, D.C., Margolis, D.L. and Rosenberg, R.C., System Dynamics: A Unified
Approach, 2nd Ed., John Wiley and Sons, 1990.
Koenig, H.E. and Blackwell, W.A., Electromechanical System Theory, McGraw-Hill
Book Company, 1961.
Koenig, H.E., Tokad, Y., Kesevan, H.K. and Hedges, H.G., Analysis of Discrete
Physical Systems, McGraw Hill Book Company, 1967.
MacFarlane, A.G.J., Dynamical System Models, George G. Harrap and Company, 1970.
Sanford, R.S., Physical Networks, Prentice-Hall, 1965.
Seely, S., An Introduction to Engineering Systems, Pergamon Press, 1972.
Shearer, J.L., Murphy, A.T. and Richardson, H.H., Introduction to System Dynamics,
Addison Wesley, 1967.
Wellstead, P.E., Introduction to Physical System Modelling, Academic Press, 1979.
Yücel ERCAN, “Mühendislik Sistemlerinin Modellenmesi ve Dinamiği”, 2.Basım,
Literatür Yayınevi, 2003.
 Grading : You can calculate your grade by the formula,
Grade = (0.25*MT1) + (0.25*MT2) + (0.35*Final) + 0.15*Attendance*Homework
 Course Outline :
1. Introduction and Basic Definitions.
2. Across and Through Variables, Power and Energy Ports, One-Port and Two-Port Pure
3. Modeling of Physical System Components, Impure Elements.
4. Basics of Linear Graphs, Modeling of Physical Systems via Linear Graphs.
5. Transfer Functions and State Models of Dynamics Systems from System Graph.
6. Review of Time and Frequency Responses of First and Second Order Systems, Higher Order
Systems, Roles of Poles and Zeros in the System Response, Reduced Order Approximate
7. System Identification: Time and Frequency Domain Techniques.
 Homeworks: About ten weekly homework sets will be assigned during the semester. You
can follow the announcements and obtain homework sets from the following address:

Monday 11:40 – 13:30 G-201 Wednesday 11:40 – 12:30 G-201