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EEM 342 - Fundamentals of Control Systems

Instructor: Prof.Altuğ İFTAR
Teaching Assistants:
Course Book: 1) "Modern Control Systems" (R.C. Dorf, Addison-Wesley, 5th (1989) or any later eddition) 2) "Modern Control Engineering" (K. Ogata, Prentice Hall, 2nd (1990) or any later eddition)
Grading:
Other Resources: "Linear Control System Analysis and Design" (J.J. D'Azzo & C.H. Houpis, McGraw-Hill, 3rd (1988) or any later eddition) and also any introductory book on control systems
Course Outline:
1. Week

INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION

Course Title Fundamentals of Control Systems
Course Code EEM342 Language English ECTS Credit : 7
Department/Program Faculty of Engineering and Architecture Dept.of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Instructor

E-mail

Office

Office Hours

Prof.Dr. Altuğ İFTAR

aiftar@anadolu.edu.tr

: EEM 210

: Thursdays 16:30 – 17:30

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Fundamentals of control systems are introduced. 

COURSE AIM

The aim of the course is to give an introduction to the control system analysis and design. 

 

 PREREQUISITES

EEM 305 Signals and Systems. 

COURSE OUTLINE

Week 1 (February 9 14-17)

: Introduction: definition and classification of systems, control systems.

Week 2 (February 16 14-17)

: Input-output modeling of linear time-invariant (LTI) systems: impulse response and transfer function matrices; Internal (state-space) modeling: definition of the state, state variables and state equations.

Week 3 (February 23 14-17)

: Solution to the state equations of LTI systems; similarity transformations; determination of transfer function matrices; realization of rational transfer functions; poles and modes; zeros. 

Week 4 (March 2 14-17)

: Modeling electromechanical systems; Block diagrams; block diagram reduction techniques.

Week 5 (March 9 14-17)

: Discrete-time equivalents of continuous-time systems; simulation and implementation of dynamic systems using digital computers.

Week 6

: 1st Midterm exam.

Week 7 (March 23 14-18)

: Stability: definitions of input-output and internal stability concepts; stability of LTI systems; Routh-Hurwitz test (4 hour class).

Week 8 (March 30 14-18)

: Feedback control design for stability (4 hour class). 

Week 9 (April 6 14-18)

: Steady-state errors: the servomechanism problem; transient response of LTI systems; transient response performance criteria (4 hour class).

Week10

: No class.

Week11

: 2nd Midterm exam. 

Week 12 (April 27 14-17)

: The root-locus method; controller design using the root-locus method.

Week 13 (May 4 14-17)

: Introduction to discrete-time systems; modeling; stability; steady-state errors; transient response.

Week 14 (May 11 14-17)

: Sampled-data systems: Discrete-time controller design for continuous-time systems.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

The students are required to attend the classes and laboratory sessions regularly and to participate in the discussions. Timely return of laboratory reports is also required.

COURSEBOOKS

  • R.C. Dorf, Modern Control Systems, Addison-Wesley, 5th (1989) or any later eddition.
  • K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 2nd (1990) or any later eddition.
  • J.J. D'Azzo and C.H. Houpis, Linear Control System Analysis and Design, McGraw-Hill, 3rd (1988) or any later eddition.

READING LIST

SUGGESTED READING

Any introductory book on control systems.

 


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