NEM2104 - Numerical Modelling of Mechanical Systems
|1.||Employ appropriate Frequency domain analysis techniques on various signal types and properly interpret the results;|
|2.||Evaluate the frequency response functions of mechanical systems using Fourier analysis;|
|3.||Formulate the correct strategies for sampling a variety of signal types and applying the appropriate digital filter;|
|4.||Employ appropriate statistical analyses on a range of data sets;|
|5.||Apply Laplace transform techniques to solve differential equations related to mechanical systems; and|
|6.||Create and validate computer code to perform the above analyses and produce written technical reports individually and as part of a team.|
|Portfolio||Written reports based on class work and labs||30%|
|Test||Test 1 (1.5hr)||35%|
|Test||Test 2 (1.5hr)||35%|
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|Course||Study as part of|
|Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical Engineering)||Modelling and Simulation - Breadth Minor|
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