|Learning and teaching strategies
||Lecture, Question and Answer, Problem Solving, Other: This course must be taken together with ELE405 CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN LABORATORY.
||This course is a continuation of "ELE 354 Control Systems" which basically considers "analysis" of control systems. In ELE 403, the objective is to treat systems and control issues from a design point of view. Both classical (root-locus, frequency domain, PID) and modern (state space, algebric design) methods for control system design are covered. Nonlinear systems and control of time delay systems are also considered.
||A student who completes the course successfully is expected to 1. Understand the nature of a control problem, 2. Be aware of practical issues and physical limitations concerning control systems, 3. Be able to choose a suitable control technique for a given control problem, 4. Design and implement control systems, 5. Be acquired a suitable background to study more advanced control problems.
||An overview of control systems and a quick review of some basic concepts and subjects such as transient response, steady-state response, sensitivity, disturbance/noise rejection, stability, root-locus. Control system design by root-locus and frequency response; lead, lag, lag-lead compensation. PID control and its tuning. Linear algebraic design: unity-feedback configuration, two degree of freedom and input/output feedback configuration. Control of time delay systems, Smith's predictor and Emulator Based Control. Design of control systems in state-space: state feedback, observers, reduced order obsevers, observer+state feedback, quadratic optimal control. Nonlinear control systems: common nonlinearities, describing function analysis, linearization and phase plane analysis, limit cycles.
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Course Outline Weekly
||An overview of control systems and a quick review of some basic concepts and subjects such as transient response, steady-state response, sensitivity, disturbance/noise rejection, stability, root-locus, etc.
||Control system design by root-locus: a general design approach.
||Control system design by root-locus: lead, lag and lag-lead compensation.
||Control system design by frequency response: a quick review of frequency response and lead compensation
||Control sytem design by frequency response: lag and lag-lead compensation
||PID control and tuning of its parameters using various methods including Ziegler-Nichols step and frequency response methods, methods based on phase and gain margins and pole-placement approach.
||Linear algebraic design: unity-feedback configuration, two degree of freedom and input/output feedback configuration.
||Control of time delay systems, Smith's predictor and Emulator Based Control.
||Design of control systems in state-space: a quick review of some basic concepts and subjects such as canonical forms, similarity transformation, controllability, observability, duality, etc., and control system design by state feedback.
||Design of control systems in state-space: observer, reduced order observer and observer+state feedback
||Design of control systems in state-space : Quadratic Optimal Control
||Nonlinear control systems: common nonlinearities and describing function analysis
||Nonlinear control systems: linearization and phase plane analysis
||Preparation for Final exam
Matrix Of The Course Learning Outcomes Versus Program Outcomes
|Key learning outcomes
||Possesses the theoretical and practical knowledge required in Electrical and Electronics Engineering discipline. || || || || || |
||Utilizes his/her theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of mathematics, science and electrical and electronics engineering towards finding engineering solutions. || || || || || |
||Determines and defines a problem in electrical and electronics engineering, then models and solves it by applying the appropriate analytical or numerical methods. || || || || || |
||Designs a system under realistic constraints using modern methods and tools. || || || || || |
||Designs and performs an experiment, analyzes and interprets the results. || || || || || |
||Possesses the necessary qualifications to carry out interdisciplinary work either individually or as a team member. || || || || || |
||Accesses information, performs literature search, uses databases and other knowledge sources, follows developments in science and technology. || || || || || |
||Performs project planning and time management, plans his/her career development. || || || || || |
||Possesses an advanced level of expertise in computer hardware and software, is proficient in using information and communication technologies. || || || || || |
||Is competent in oral or written communication; has advanced command of English. || || || || || |
||Has an awareness of his/her professional, ethical and social responsibilities. || || || || || |
||Has an awareness of the universal impacts and social consequences of engineering solutions and applications; is well-informed about modern-day problems. || || || || || |
||Is innovative and inquisitive; has a high level of professional self-esteem. || || || || || |