Nonlinear Dynamics, Systems and Control

AAE66600

Credit Hours:

3

Learning Objective:

To introduce fundamental concepts and tools which are useful in the analysis of nonlinear systems and in the design of controllers and estimators for such systems. The results are illustrated by and applied to a variety of engineering systems including aerospace systems mechanical systems and communication systems.

Topics Covered:

Stability Concepts
  • Stability, boundedness, decay rates, Lyapunov analysis
Approximation Methods
  • Describing functions
  • Singular perturbations
Input-Output Description
  • Small gain theorem, circle criterion

Controller Synthesis
State Estimation
Numerical Techniques for Analysis and Design including Linear Matrix Inequalities

Prerequisites:

AAE 564 (Linear system analysis and synthesis) or equivalent.

Applied / Theory:

50 / 50

Textbooks:

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