The overall goal of the System Simulation course is to give the students exercise in model, program, simulate and analyze dynamical problems where multiple engineering fields are present.
The course gives the students training in breaking down complex problems to simple model elements and formulate these mathematically. The course ends with a quite freely chosen group project. It is quite inspiring to see the diversity in subjects.
You can see some examples from the recent poster presentation here:
The course TEP4240 is for Second Degree level and is taught in the fall.
This blog entry was written by Associate Professor Reidar Kristoffersen.
Photos: NTNU/Maren Agdestein