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Courses and Descriptions

CTRL-1001Linear Controls

This course introduces the fundamental concepts of linear control systems. The course starts with an introduction of the roles and types of control systems in modern industrial settings. Mathematical foundations for the analysis and design of control systems, e.g. Laplace transform and Bode diagrams, will be presented. The course continues with various methods of analysis for performance and stability of control systems, such as time and frequency-domain methods. It then introduces techniques for design and tuning of control systems, including design in frequency domain and Ziegler-Nichols PID tuning procedure. Advanced software tools for analysis and design of control systems will be introduced and used in the labs and assignments.

Prerequisites

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