This book shows to form equations of motion for control system design, numerical simulation,
vibration/structural analysis, optimization, and mechanism design.
This training provides concise theory, examples, definitions, formulas,
advanced methods, and tools for the efficient
formulation and solution of equations of motion.
The book contains 375+ interactive guided problems.
Ability to efficiently form and solve nonlinear differential and algebraic equations for
multibody systems with professional symbolic and numeric computational tools.
Ability to use dynamics with controls tools
This dynamics material has trained engineering students at
Stanford, Harvey Mudd, Lehigh, San Jose State, Tufts, Florida State FAMU/FSU, U.Florida,
U.Nevada/Reno, U.Missouri/Kansas City, U.Texas/Austin,
U.Illinois, Santa Clara, West Point USMA, York College, LeTourneau,
Western New England University, Bucknell, Cal State Northridge, Temple University,
Université de Sherbrooke, Rice University, U.Colorado/Denver,
... -- and many force and motion experts in government and industry.