ECE 42300 - Electromechanical Motion ControlLecture Hours: 3 Credits: 3
CMPE Special Content Elective
Normally Offered: Each Spring
(ECE 20002 or ECE 25500) and ECE 32100 and ECE 38200 [may be taken concurrently] or ME 47500 [may be taken concurrently]
The operation, analysis, and control of electromechanical systems are covered, including a treatment of electromechanical devices, power electronics, and control systems. Sample applications include servo-systems, propulsion drives, and variable-speed rotational equipment.
To establish the steady-state and dynamic characteristics of several electro-mechanical conversion systems and to design and analyze motion control systems used in position, speed, and acceleration applications.
- Class notes and selected papers.
Recommended Text(s): None.
Learning Outcomes:A student who successfully fulfills the course requirements will have demonstrated:
- an understanding of the structure, design, and operating characteristics of dc drive systems including dc/dc converters, associated switching strategies, dynamic-average-value models, and speed/position/trajectory motion control systems. [1,2]
- an understanding of the structure, design and operating characteristics of brushless dc drive systems including dc/ac inverters, associated switching strategies, dynamic-average-value models, and speed/position/trajectory motion control systems. [1,2]
- an understanding of the operating principles and control of stepper motors including the design of optimum acceleration/deceleration profiles. [1,2]
- an understanding of the structure, operating characteristics, and modeling of field-oriented induction motor drive systems. [1,2]
|6||Electronic DC Drives|
|4||DC Motor Control Systems|
|4||Electronic AC Drives|
|5||Brushless DC Motor Control Systems|
|6||Stepper Motor Control Systems|
|6||Servomotor Analysis and Control|
|9||Field Oriented Control|