Everything is the Same: Modeling Engineered Systems

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Syllabus

Topics:
1. What does it mean to model a physical system?
2. Newton's laws
3. Mechanical components connected together
4. Chemical diffusion
5. Laws governing electrical behavior
6. Circuits and electrical components connected together
7. Analogies between physical systems
8. Diffusion is everywhere

Prerequisite

None.

Instructors

  • Todd Murphey - Mechanical Engineering and Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences

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