أنظمة تحكم ديناميكية خطية

مايو 2nd, 2015

The Islamic University of Gaza

 

 

الجامعة الإسلامية – غزة

 

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

 

قسم الهندسة الكهربائية و الحاسوب

 

SPRING 2015

 

:Course

Control  Systems Design, EELE 5413

تصميم انظمة التحكم

:Prerequisite

Linear Control  Systems  EELE 3360

:Instructor

 د. مـاهـر بـدر صبـره

Room # I216. Phone #2877

E-mail mahir@iugaza.edu

:Teaching Assistants

  م. محمد ابوحسنة

 م. اسراء لولو

:Time & Place

Sat- Mon- Wed  11:00 – 12:00     L507

Sat- Mon- Wed  12:00 – 1:00       K302

Course Website:    http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/mahir/courses/mycourse785

Course Description

State space description of linear time invariant and time varying systems in continuous domain, Linear algebra concepts such as eigenvalues and eigenvectors and Jordan form. Solutions of state equations: stability, controllability and observability. Stabilization design via state feedback and observers separation principle. Design using Root Locus and frequency domain methods.

Outcomes

Students  who successfully complete this course are expected to have the ability to

  • Model linear time-invariant electrical, mechanical, and bioengineering systems
  • Analyze the behavior of such systems in time and frequency domains
  • Recognize the performance characteristics of a control system such as stability, damping, phase and gain margins,
  • Analyze the performance of proportional, derivative and integral feedback controllers
  • Design simple control systems that satisfy given criteria
  • Use an industry standard software tool such as MATLAB to analyze, design, and evaluate control systems.
  • Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
  • Function on multi-disciplinary teams
  • Understand of professional and ethical responsibility
  • Communicate effectively.

HomeWork Sets

Homework will be assigned on weekly basis. Students are given one week to finish their assignments. No late homework will be accepted.

Term Project

Grading

Homework:                                                     10%

Lab & Project:                                                20%
Midterm Exam:                                               30%

Final Exam                                                      40%

Textbook

Norman S. Nise, Control Systems Engineering, Fourth Edition, Wiley, 2004

http://bcs.wiley.com/he-bcs/Books?action=index&itemId=0471445770&itemTypeId=BKS&bcsId=1758

 

:Lectures

 

Lect1 Modeling in Frequency Domain

Lect2 Modeling in Time Domain

Lect3 Time Response

Lect4 System Reduction and Representation

Lect5 Stability

Lect6-SS-Error

Lect7 Root Locus

Lect8 Design via Root Locus

Lect9 Frequency Response techniques

Lect11 Design via State Space

 

Course Outline

Week 9

4/4

Frequency Response Techniques

Week 1

7/2

Introduction

Week 10

11/4

Midterm Exam

Week 2

14/2

Review- Modeling

Week 11

18/4

Frequency Response Techniques

Week 3

21/2

Review – Time Response & Reduction of Systems

Week 12

25/4

Frequency Response Techniques

Week 4

28/2

Review- Stability & SS Error

Week 13

2/5

Design via State Space

Week 5

7/3

Review- Root  Locus

Week 14

9/5

Design via State Space

Week 6

14/3

 

Design using Root Locus

Week 15

16/5

Project presentations

Week 7

21/3

Design using Root Locus

Week 16

30/5

Final

Week 8

28/3

Frequency Response Techniques

 

References