ECE 48300 - Digital Control Systems Analysis and DesignLecture Hours: 3 Credits: 3
CMPE Special Content Elective
Normally Offered: Each Spring
The course introduces feedback computer controlled systems, the components of digital control systems, and system models on the z-domain (z-transfer functions) and on the time domain (state variable representations). The objectives for system design and evaluation of system performance are considered. Various discrete-time controllers are designed including PID-controllers, state and output feedback controllers, and reconstruction of states using observers. The systems with the designed controllers are tested by simulations.
Typical Design Problems 1) Parameters in a difference equation model are estimated by the least-squared error method and the system is simulated 2) A controller (usually PLD) for a nonlinear system is designed and simulated. The use of MatLab is encouraged.
- Digital Control System Analysis and Design, 3rd Edition, C. L. Phillips and H. T. Nagle, Prentice Hall, 1994, ISBN No. 013309832X.
Recommended Text(s): None.
Learning Outcomes:A student who successfully fulfills the course requirements will have demonstrated:
- an understanding of digital feedback control systems. [None]
- a knowledge of constructing discrete-time mathematical model system. [None]
- a knowledge of analyzing the system behavior using discrete-time model and evaluating the system performance. [None]
- a knowledge to use controller design techniques to make the system behavior satisfy specified design objectives. [None]
- an ability to evaluate and test the system performance using digital simulations. [None]
|6||State Variables, Discrete-Time Systems and the Z-Transform|
|4||Sampling and Reconstruction|
|5||Open-Loop Discrete-Time Systems|
|3||System Time-Response Characteristics|
|9||Stability Analysis Techniques|
|9||Digital Controller Design|
|2||Pole-Assignment Design and State|