Control Systems/Physical Models

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Physical Models[edit]

This page will serve as a refresher for various different engineering disciplines on how physical devices are modeled. Models will be displayed in both time-domain and Laplace-domain input/output characteristics. The only information that is going to be displayed here will be the ones that are contributed by knowledgeable contributors.

Electrical Systems[edit]

For more information about electric circuits and circuit elements, see the following books:
Circuit Theory
Electronics
Component Time-Domain Laplace Fourier
Resistor R R R
Capacitor i = C\frac{dv}{dt} G(s) = \frac{1}{sC} G(j\omega) = \frac{1}{j\omega C}
Inductor v = L\frac{di}{dt} G(s) = sL G(j\omega) = j\omega L

Mechanical Systems[edit]

Civil/Construction Systems[edit]

Chemical Systems[edit]

Control Systems