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Ing. Martin Garan, PhD.
Identification number: 10008
University e-mail: martin.garan [at] stuba.sk
 
Odborný asistent CSc.,PhD. - Institute of applied mechanics and mechatronics (FME)

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Type of thesis: Bachelor thesis
Thesis title:Modeling and simulation of basic physical models of dynamic systems
Written by (author): Ing. Bence Nagy
Department: Institute of applied mechanics and mechatronics (FME)
Thesis supervisor: Ing. Martin Garan, PhD.
Opponent:Ing. Miroslav Šulko, PhD.
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.


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Language of final thesis:English

Slovak        English

Title of the thesis:Modeling and simulation of basic physical models of dynamic systems
Summary:The aim of this thesis was to discuss the problematics of creat- ing simple physical and dynamical models and show the process of simulating these models using various software and to develop the dynamical model of a suborbital rocket _ying in the Earth's atmosphere. The basics of model- ing of simple physical systems were described in the _rst chapter and were illustrated on a spring-mass-damper system. In the second chapter, we de- scribed the fundamentals of the simulation of dynamic systems. Here, the spring-mass-damper system was used as a reference, and it was shown that how can we build and simulate a dynamic system in Matlab/Simulink. The third chapter deals with _ight mechanics and shows the derivation of the equations of motion of an aircraft _ying in the Earth's atmosphere. First, the equations were derived for a general aircraft and later were applied to a suborbital rocket. The last chapter discussed the problematics of suborbital rockets and the mathematical model of a suborbital rocket was built. It was also shown that how we can simulate the _ight of a suborbital rocket using Simulink. The last topic of the thesis was the creation of an animation that visualizes the simulation and makes the whole thesis complete.
Key words:sounding rocket, physical model, mathematical model, simulation

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