Modules / Lectures


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1Lecture 01: Introduction and motivationDownload
2Lecture 02: Dynamics of linear first order autonomous systemsDownload
3Lecture 03: Dynamics of linear first order autonomous systems continuedDownload
4Lecture 04: Lumped parameter analysis of cooling of a bodyDownload
5Lecture 05: Lumped parameter analysis of cooling of a body continuedDownload
6Lecture 06: Introduction to higher order systemsDownload
7Lecture 07: Phase plane analysis of linear autonomous second order systemsDownload
8Lecture 08: Phase plane analysis of linear autonomous second order systems continuedDownload
9Lecture 09: Analysis of a free spring-mass systemDownload
10Lecture 10: Analysis of a free spring-mass system continued...Download
11Lecture 11: Dynamics of non-autonomous systemsDownload
12Lecture 12: Similarity solution for non-autonomous higher order dynamicsDownload
13Lecture 13: Similarity solution for non-autonomous higher order dynamics continuedDownload
14Lecture 14: Analysis of a forced spring-mass systemDownload
15Lecture 15: Analysis of a forced spring-mass system continuedDownload
16Lecture 16: Phase portraits of linear autonomous systems of order three and higherDownload
17Lecture 17: Phase portraits of linear autonomous systems of order three and higher continued...Download
18Lecture 18: Analysis of complex reaction systemsDownload
19Lecture 19: Analysis of complex reaction systems continued...Download
20Lecture 20: Analysis of complex reaction systems continued...Download
21Lecture 21: Introduction to non-linear systemsDownload
22Lecture 22: Logistic population growth modelDownload
23Lecture 23: Logistic population growth model continued...Download
24Lecture 24: Logistic population growth with harvestingDownload
25Lecture 25: Logistic population growth with harvesting continued...Download
26Lecture 26: Logistic population growth with threshold populationDownload
27Lecture 27: Logistic population growth with threshold population continued...Download
28Lecture 28: Analysis of population dynamics in discrete domainDownload
29Lecture 29: Analysis of fixed points and bifurcation in discrete domainDownload
30Lecture 30: Analysis of fixed points and bifurcation in discrete domain continued...Download
31Lecture 31: More on bifurcations in non-linear systemsDownload
32Lecture 32: Non-linear systems in higher dimensionsDownload
33Lecture 33: Reactor stability analysisDownload
34Lecture 34: Reactor stability analysis continued...Download
35Lecture 35: Reactor stability analysis continued...Download
36Lecture 36: Analysis of infectious disease dynamicsDownload
37Lecture 37: Analysis of infectious disease dynamics continued...Download
38Lecture 38: Analysis of infectious disease dynamics continued...Download
39Lecture 39: Analysis of atmosphere dynamics using Lorenz equationsDownload
40Lecture 40: Analysis of atmosphere dynamics using Lorenz equations continued...Download
41Lecture 41: Analysis of system dynamics in transform domainDownload
42Lecture 42: Analysis of first order system subjected to ideal forcing functionsDownload
43Lecture 43: Analysis of first order system subjected to ideal forcing functions continued...Download
44Lecture 44: Analysis of response of second order systemsDownload
45Lecture 45: Analysis of response of second order systems continued...Download
46Lecture 46: Analysis of (p,q) order systemsDownload
47Lecture 47: Analysis of (p,q) order systems continued...Download
48Lecture 48: Analysis of multiple input - multiple output systemsDownload
49Lecture 49: Block diagrams and inter-conversion of state-space and transform domain modelsDownload
50Lecture 50: Analysis of inverse response systemsDownload

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1Lecture 01: Introduction and motivationPDF unavailable
2Lecture 02: Dynamics of linear first order autonomous systemsPDF unavailable
3Lecture 03: Dynamics of linear first order autonomous systems continuedPDF unavailable
4Lecture 04: Lumped parameter analysis of cooling of a bodyPDF unavailable
5Lecture 05: Lumped parameter analysis of cooling of a body continuedPDF unavailable
6Lecture 06: Introduction to higher order systemsPDF unavailable
7Lecture 07: Phase plane analysis of linear autonomous second order systemsPDF unavailable
8Lecture 08: Phase plane analysis of linear autonomous second order systems continuedPDF unavailable
9Lecture 09: Analysis of a free spring-mass systemPDF unavailable
10Lecture 10: Analysis of a free spring-mass system continued...PDF unavailable
11Lecture 11: Dynamics of non-autonomous systemsPDF unavailable
12Lecture 12: Similarity solution for non-autonomous higher order dynamicsPDF unavailable
13Lecture 13: Similarity solution for non-autonomous higher order dynamics continuedPDF unavailable
14Lecture 14: Analysis of a forced spring-mass systemPDF unavailable
15Lecture 15: Analysis of a forced spring-mass system continuedPDF unavailable
16Lecture 16: Phase portraits of linear autonomous systems of order three and higherPDF unavailable
17Lecture 17: Phase portraits of linear autonomous systems of order three and higher continued...PDF unavailable
18Lecture 18: Analysis of complex reaction systemsPDF unavailable
19Lecture 19: Analysis of complex reaction systems continued...PDF unavailable
20Lecture 20: Analysis of complex reaction systems continued...PDF unavailable
21Lecture 21: Introduction to non-linear systemsPDF unavailable
22Lecture 22: Logistic population growth modelPDF unavailable
23Lecture 23: Logistic population growth model continued...PDF unavailable
24Lecture 24: Logistic population growth with harvestingPDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: Logistic population growth with harvesting continued...PDF unavailable
26Lecture 26: Logistic population growth with threshold populationPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27: Logistic population growth with threshold population continued...PDF unavailable
28Lecture 28: Analysis of population dynamics in discrete domainPDF unavailable
29Lecture 29: Analysis of fixed points and bifurcation in discrete domainPDF unavailable
30Lecture 30: Analysis of fixed points and bifurcation in discrete domain continued...PDF unavailable
31Lecture 31: More on bifurcations in non-linear systemsPDF unavailable
32Lecture 32: Non-linear systems in higher dimensionsPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33: Reactor stability analysisPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34: Reactor stability analysis continued...PDF unavailable
35Lecture 35: Reactor stability analysis continued...PDF unavailable
36Lecture 36: Analysis of infectious disease dynamicsPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37: Analysis of infectious disease dynamics continued...PDF unavailable
38Lecture 38: Analysis of infectious disease dynamics continued...PDF unavailable
39Lecture 39: Analysis of atmosphere dynamics using Lorenz equationsPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40: Analysis of atmosphere dynamics using Lorenz equations continued...PDF unavailable
41Lecture 41: Analysis of system dynamics in transform domainPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42: Analysis of first order system subjected to ideal forcing functionsPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43: Analysis of first order system subjected to ideal forcing functions continued...PDF unavailable
44Lecture 44: Analysis of response of second order systemsPDF unavailable
45Lecture 45: Analysis of response of second order systems continued...PDF unavailable
46Lecture 46: Analysis of (p,q) order systemsPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47: Analysis of (p,q) order systems continued...PDF unavailable
48Lecture 48: Analysis of multiple input - multiple output systemsPDF unavailable
49Lecture 49: Block diagrams and inter-conversion of state-space and transform domain modelsPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50: Analysis of inverse response systemsPDF unavailable


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