Electrical and Computer Engineering
 

(EC En-Me En 431) Design of Control Systems

(EC En-Me En 431) Design of Control Systems
Classical frequency response and time domain design of control systems. State-variable control and computer simulation of control systems.
EC EN
483
 Hours4.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 3.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesEC EN 380; or ME EN 335
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining EC EN 483
Course Outcomes: 

Simulation Models

The ability to develop (nonlinear) mathematical models of complex dynamic systems.

Final Value Theorem

Ability to use the final value theorem to predict steady state behavior.

Design Models

The ability to simplify those models into linear transfer function and state space representations.

Using Equations and Functions

Ability to model dynamic systems using differential equations, transfer functions, and state space equations.

Design of PID Control

The ability to design PID controllers for systems described by linear time-invariant models.

State Space Techniques

Ability to design feedback systems using state space techniques.

Design of Loopshaping Control

The ability to use loopshaping techniques to design frequency domain controllers for systems described by linear time-invariant models.

Using Simulink and Matlab

Ability to simulate dynamic systems using Python, Matlab, and Simulink.