This course focuses on modeling of a variety of electric circuits and vibration systems, and analysis techniques of linear time-invariant systems. It covers the fundamentals of linear control theory. The topics include transfer function derivation of dynamic models and analytical techniques of system characteristics using the transfer functions, definition of system stability, some stability criterions, design methods of feedback control systems.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) Derive transfer functions of linear time-invariant systems from their dynamic model.
2) Have an understanding of analytical techniques using block diagram, vector locus and bode diagram, and based on them, examine system characteristics expressed as transfer functions.
3) Explain the definition of stability and confirm system stability.
4) Have an understanding of basic control system design methods and deign control systems which satisfy the design specifications
Laplace transforms,Transfer function, Block digram, Bode diagram, stability, PID control
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Little test will be done at the beginning of every lecture.
Lecture with a presentation software.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||System and governing equation||Little test|
|Class 2||System, control and Laplace transformation||Little test|
|Class 3||Transfer function (1)||Little test|
|Class 4||Transfer function (2)||Little test|
|Class 5||Block diagram||Little test|
|Class 6||Frequency response, Vector locus (1)||Little test|
|Class 7||Vector locus (2), Bode diagram (1)||Little test|
|Class 8||Bode diagram (2)||Little test|
|Class 9||Midterm examination||N/A|
|Class 10||Transient characteristics (1)||Little test|
|Class 11||Transient characteristics (1)||Little test|
|Class 12||Stability criterion (1)||Little test|
|Class 13||Stability criterion (2)||Little test|
|Class 14||Controller design (1)||Little test|
|Class 15||Controller design (2)||Little test|
Handout will be distributed.
"Dynamic Modeling and Control of Engineering Systems", Bohdan T. Kulakowski、 John F. Gardner, Cambridge University Press
Students’ course scores are based on midterm and final exams (80%) and exercise problems (20%).
Students must have successfully completed Engineering Mechanics, Complex Function Theory and Ordinary Differential Equations or have equivalent knowledge.