Download Introduction to Linear, Time-Invariant, Dynamic Systems for Students of Engineering by Hallauer, William L. Jr., The book is a formal college engineering textbook, complete with homework problems at the end of each chapter. It will be understandable and enlightening for students of engineering system dynamics, a valuable teaching resource for course instructors, and a useful reference for self-study and review. Download the pdf from below to explore all contents and start learning.


Chapter 1 Introduction; examples of 1st and 2nd order systems; example analysis and MATLAB1 graphing

Chapter 2 Complex numbers and arithmetic; Laplace transforms; partial-fraction expansion

Chapter 3 Mechanical units; low-order mechanical systems; simple transient responses of 1st order systems

Chapter 4 Frequency response of 1st order systems; transfer function; general method for derivation of frequency response

Chapter 5 Basic electrical components and circuits

Chapter 6 General time response of 1st order systems by application of the convolution integral

Chapter 7 Undamped 2nd order systems: general time response; undamped vibration

Chapter 8 Pulse inputs; Dirac delta function; impulse response; initialvalue theorem; convolution sum

Chapter 9 Damped 2nd order systems: general time response

Chapter 10 2nd order systems: frequency response; beating response to suddenly applied sinusoidal (SAS) excitation

Chapter 11 Mechanical systems with rigid-body plane translation and rotation

Chapter 12 Vibration modes of undamped mechanical systems with two degrees of freedom

Chapter 13 Laplace block diagrams, and additional background material for the study of feedback-control systems

Chapter 14 Introduction to feedback control: output operations for control of rotational position

Chapter 15 Input-error operations: proportional, integral, and derivative types of control

Chapter 16 Introduction to system stability: time-response criteria

Chapter 17 Introduction to system stability: frequency-response criteria