24-352 Dynamic Systems and Control


Welcome to  24-352 Dynamic Systems and Controls. This course is offered by Department of Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University for Junior level students. This second course on the modeling and analysis of dynamic systems emphasizes the common features which are exhibited by physical systems that include mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, thermal, electrical, and electromechanical elements. State equations and the concepts of equilibrium, linearization, and stability are discussed. Time and frequency domain solutions are developed. 

Prerequisites: 21-260, 24-351, 33-107

Units: 12 units

Announcement (last  updated on May 03, 2001)

  • Final Exam : Mon. May 07 8:30am - 11:30am SH125

  • Last quiz(#7) on Monday (Apr. 30) 

  • Lab report due dates --> Please click here


  Instructor Information

  • Professor Jerry H. Griffin

  • Office : Scaife Hall 414

  • Phone : 268-3860

  • email : jg9h@andrew.cmu.edu

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  • Class Hours : Mon., Wed. 10:30am-12:20pm HHB131

  • Office Hours: TBA, or by appointment



  TA Information

  • Kyun Hee Koh

  • Office: Scaife Hall 222

  • Phone: 268-2870

  • email : kkoh@andrew.cmu.edu

  • Laboratory Hours : Tue., Wed., and Thu. 6:30pm-8:20pm

  • Office Hours: Tue. 10:00am-11:00am, Fri. 11:00am-Noon or by appointment


  Grader Information

  • Raymond Good

  • Office : CIT Dean's Office, 1st Floor Scaife Hall

  • Phone : 414-8128

  • email : reg@andrew.cmu.edu

  • Office Hours: Any time, by appointment



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Last updated :  May. 03 2001 14:50ET by Kyun Hee Koh