ELEEF-DP Electronic Engineering Technology

Courses and Descriptions

CTRL-1000Control Systems

This course introduces students to modelling, analysis, and design of dynamic systems. Block diagrams and input/output representations are used. Analytical and numerical techniques are used to simulate dynamic systems and obtain system response. Models for electrical and electromechanical systems are developed in terms of linear time-invariant differential equations which can be solved to obtain the system response in the time domain. Laplace transform is used to obtain response of dynamic systems. The corresponding transfer function representation and Bode plots are used to provide graphical representation of the frequency response of the system and investigate stability. Feedback control is presented in terms of speed and position control of a DC motor, and proportional- integral-derivative (PID) controller design.

Other Course Prerequisites

Matlab intermediate knowledge.

Prerequisites

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