"System Dynamics, 2nd edition", by William J. Palm III. Published by McGraw-Hill.
== Table of Contents ==
2 Modeling of Rigid-Body Mechanical Systems
3 Solution Methods for Dynamic Models
4 Spring and Damper Elements in Mechanical Systems
5 State-Variable Models and Simulation Methods
6 Electrical and Electromechanical Systems
7 Fluid and Thermal Systems
8 System Analysis in the Frequency Domain
9 Transient Response and Block Diagram Models
10 Introduction to Feedback Control Systems
11 Control System Design and the Root Locus Plot
12 Compensator Design and the Bode Plot
13 Vibration Applications
Guide to Selected MATLAB Commands and Functions
Introduction to MATLAB (on the website)
Numerical Methods (on the website)
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