Prof. Dr. Saeed Asiri
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Introduction, Laplace transforms , system transfer function (TF), constructing Block diagrams, state space equations of control systems. mathematical modeling of dynamic systems: mechanical, electrical, transient response of a system, Bode plots for system identification and stability, Nyquist diagram , stability of the system, Routh’s stability criterion, basic control actions, design the control systems in state space, using MATLAB to study any linear system.
Reference: Control Systems Engineering, Nise.
How to Succeed
Accept that it is your responsibility to learn the material (in spite of the book or teacher)
Show up and become engaged with the topics
Your main homework assignment is to watch the video to understand the topic in advance so that you can collaborate in the class activities
Use you resources for help (internet, classmates, upperclassmen, faculty, the library)
Course Learning Objectives:
- To learn how to model the system to be controlled in terms of a transfer function
- Understand the system’s behavior from the transfer function
- Learn how to use the feedback and a controller to alter the behavior of the system as d
- Evaluate Laplace and Inverse Laplace Transformations.
- Understand how to get the transfer function (TF) of a physical system
- Identify specifications of a transient response of a second order system. (maximum overshoot, rise time, peak time, settling time)
- Determine the stability of the system using Routh’s stability criterion.
- Analyze a system error related to a transient response of a control system.
- Design a control system using basic control actions. (P., PI., PD., and PID control)
- Design a control system using root-locus method.
- Sketch Bode plots and use it for system identification and stability.
- Use Nyquist diagram to determine the stability of a closed loop system.
- Model and analyze the control systems in state space.
- Use MATLAB to study a linear system
Collaborative Learning Activities
Final Opportunity To Shine
Note: 75% attendance is required. No makeup for any quiz. Student must attend the laboratory to pass the course.