SYSEN 6150

SYSEN 6150

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2019-2020.

Fundamental ideas of systems engineering, and their application to design and development of various types of engineered systems. Defining system requirements, creating effective project teams, mathematical tools for system analysis and control, testing and evaluation, economic considerations, and the system life cycle. Content utilizes model-based systems engineering, which is the integration of systems modeling tools, such as SysML, with tools for systems analysis, such as Matlab and Modelica. The vision for this integration is the ability to create and analyze complete parametric representations of complex products and systems. These systems make it possible to investigate the impact of changing one aspect of a design on all other aspects of design and performance. This course will familiarize students with these modeling languages. Off-campus students must provide their own Windows 7, internet-connected, computer with administrator access in order to install the commercial software used in this course.

When Offered Fall.

Permission Note Enrollment limited to: Systems PhD students only.

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Syllabi: none
  • 12368 SYSEN 6150   LEC 001

  • Enrollment limited to PhD students only.

  • 12369 SYSEN 6150   DIS 201

  • 12370 SYSEN 6150   DIS 202