Introduction to the design of feedback compensation to improve the transient and steady-state performance of systems. Emphasis is on modeling, analysis and analog compensator design for single-input single-output systems. Modeling techniques, root locus analysis and design, the Nyquist criterion, and frequency domain compensation.
Improving the performance of systems using feedback control is a fundamental aspect of almost all high-performance systems, from electronic circuits to autonomous vehicles. This course will introduce students to the basic concepts of feedback control and provide the necessary background and understanding required for more advanced courses in controls.
Percentage of Course
|1. Introduction to Control Systems||5%|
|2.Foundation: -Transfer Functions -Block Diagrams -Stability Assessment||10%|
|3. Modeling Dynamic Systems||10%|
|4. Transient Response of Second Order Systems||10%|
|5. Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) Controllers||5%|
|6.Root Locus Design Construction Rules Software Tools Compensator Design||25%|
|7.Frequency Domain Design -Nyquist Stability Criterion -Gain/Phase Margins and Lead-Lag Compensation||25%|
|8. Introduction to State Space||10%|