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ECE-205 Dynamical Systems Fall 2010 Dr. Bob Throne x-8414, Room C-206 GRADING POLICY Each of Three Exams 13% Final Exam 26% Labs 10% Homework 10% Matlab/Simulink 5% Quizes 10% Notes: (1) You must have a passing average (greater than or equal to 60%) on the exams to pass the class! (2) Homework assignments are due at the beginning of class on Thursday. No late homework will be accepted without prior approval. (3) You must acceptably complete each lab to pass the class. (4) Many of the homework problems will require you to use Matlab or Simulink as part of the problem. If you do not do these parts of the problem, do not expect to receive credit for any parts of the problem. (5) You are expected to do your own work. You can certainly talk with each other and help each other, but the work you hand in should be your own. As an example, if two people hand in the same Simulink plot and both came from the same directory, neither will receive any points! (6) Unless specifically told otherwise on a particular problem, you are expected to work out the problem by hand (or use Matlab). If you write on your assignment that you used Maple and are copying the answer, expect to get no points. You can use Maple to check your answers. You cannot turn in any Maple code or plot as part of the solution to a problem. You will only be allowed to use calculators on the first exam. (7) While each exam (except the final) will focus on material since the previous exam, you are responsible for all previous material. Anything covered from the beginning of class up until the time of an exam is fair game for the exam. (8) In general, I will give you answers to problems, but I will not hand out or post solutions. If you have questions or cannot get the correct answer, you need to come and see me. Your homework solutions will be your primary source for reviewing material before each exam, so it is very important that you do the homework. Quizes: Most weeks we will have a multiple choice answer quiz, usually (though not always) on Thursday. Usually before the quiz a “practice quiz” will be posted to give you an idea of the kinds of problems you are expected to be able to solve on that weeks quiz. Labs: For the most part, each person will turn in their own lab work. You can help each other out, but each person is responsible for doing and understanding the lab. We will use Simulink, Matlab, and MobilStudio each week, so plan to bring your laptops to lab each week. Labs memos will be e-mailed to me, along with any necessary code as an attachment. You will be required to have your lab signed off by me before you send me the memo, so I can be sure your lab is working appropriately.(Tentative) ECE-205 SYLLABUS Class 1 (9/3) – First Order Circuits Class 2 (9/6) – Time Constants, Static Gain Lab 1 - Concept Inventory, Calibration of Mobile Studio Boards Class 3 (9/7) – Solving First Order Differential Equations Class 4 (9/9) – Second Order Circuits, Standard Form Class 5 (9/13) – Solving Second Order Differential Equations Lab 2 - Introduction to Simulink and Matlab Class 6 (9/14) – Response of Underdamped Systems Class 7 (9/16) – System Properties: Linearity Class 8 (9/20) – Time-Invariance, Causality, Memoryless, Invertabile Lab 3 – Introduction to Mobile Studio, Time Constants, Settling Time, Percent Overshoot Class 10 (9/21) – System Properties: BIBO stability, LTI Systems, Impulse Functions Class 9 (9/23) – Exam 1 Class 11 (9/27) – Impulse Response Lab 4 – Time Domain Modeling of One Degree of Freedom Mechanical Systems Class 12 (9/28) – Convolution Class 13 (9/30) – Convolution Examples Class 14 (10/4) – BIBO Stability, Causality, Interconnected Systems Lab 5 – System Linearity and a Common Emitter Amplifier Class 15 (10/5) – Laplace Transforms of Circuit Elements Class 16 (10/7) – Transfer Functions, Impulse Response Class 17 (10/11) – Poles and Zeros, Partial Fractions Partial Fractions Lab 6 – Numerical Integration and Fourier Series in Matlab Class 18 (10/12) – Exam 2 Fall Break Class 19 (10/18) – Partial Fractions Lab 7 – Transfer Functions, Optical Communications Class 20 (10/19 ) – Characteristic Modes, Asymptotic Stability, Initial and Final Value Theorems Class 21 (10/21 ) – Block Diagrams, Feedback Systems Class 22 (10/25) – Second Order Systems and Pole Locations Lab 8 –Simulation of Feedback Control Systems in Matlab and Simulink Class 23 (10/26) – Steady State Response to a Periodic Input Class 24 (10/28) – Computing )(oHjfrom the Pole-Zero Diagram Class 25 (11/1) – Bode Plots Lab 9 – Implementation of a Feedback Control System Class 26 (11/2) – Bode Plots Class 27 (11/4) – Exam 3 Class 28 (11/8) - Bode Plots Lab 10 – Experimental Construction of Bode Plots Class 29 (11/9) – Filter Types, Bandwidth of a Filter Class 30 (11/11) – Gain and Phase

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