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Electrical Circuits Analogous Systems

The free online course on the application of Mason's rule and the characteristic equation from differential equations.

Publisher: NPTEL
This free online Electrical Circuits analogous systems will teach you about the various graphical models used in state variable analysis, as well as the foundation and application of Mason's rule. You will also learn about obtaining the characteristic equation from a particular differential equation for a circuit. Then you will learn about the modelling of mechanical systems, as well as the process involved in modelling electrical networks.
Electrical Circuits Analogous Systems
  • Duration

    4-5 Hours
  • Students

    480
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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Outcome

Certification

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Description

In this course, you will learn about the various graphical models used in state variable analysis, as well as the foundation and application of Mason's rule. First-order differential equations, as well as the application of transfer functions in multivariable systems, will also be covered in this course. Then, the course will teach you about the state-transition matrix as well as the relationship between state equations and transfer functions.

Then, this course will teach the learner about obtaining the characteristic equation from a particular differential equation for a circuit. Learners will also gain an understanding of the processes used in the modelling of mechanical systems, as well as the process involved in modelling electrical networks. Lastly, the learner will be able to understand the concept of rotational motion and the definition of the force current analogy.

This course is helpful for learners who want to understand how to use graphical representations in state variable analysis and apply Mason's rule. Learners can also gain an understanding of the concept of transfer functions as well as the usefulness of characteristic equations in any system. Begin this course now to understand the processes required when modelling mechanical systems as well as when modelling electrical networks.

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