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Title: Advanced Control - Computer Simulation, PTAVA1

Type:          Elective Course, distance learning
Rating:      5 credit units in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)

Prerequisites:
Intended for
students who are familiar with:

bulletIntroductory linear algebra
bulletIntroductory differential equations and Laplace transforms
bulletIntroductory vector-matrix analysis
bulletFundamental mechanics, unit operations and thermodynamics
bulletClassic control theory

Similar to students who have finished their Bsc. degree in engineering
 

Aim:

Having followed the course the student should be able to:

bulletuse the tranfer function and the state space approach to modeling
bulletset up mathematical models for typical process, thermodynamical, mechanical and elctromechanical dynamic engineering systems
bulletselect and validate response analyses obtained from dynamic simulations in Matlab and Simulink
bulletuse Matlab and Simulink in solving common engineering tasks
bulletapply and tune PID-controllers

 

Contents:

 

This course is handled as 100% distance learning.and is made up of the following parts:

Theoretical parts:

bulletMathematical modeling
bulletNumerical methods
bulletSimulation in MatLab/Simulink
bulletControl theory 

Each of these consisting of lessons with theory and exercises based on well known common engineering problems solved in Matlab and Simulink

Problem solving parts:

bulletIT, how to use this web site, 2 assignments.
bulletMatLab, concludes with 1 assignment
bulletModeling, concludes with 3 assignments
bulletSimulink, concludes with 3 assignments
bulletControl SystemToolbox, concludes with 3 assignments
bulletControl, concludes with 3 assignments
bulletExtraction / Heat exchanger application, concludes with 3 assignments

All assignments are sent by e-mail to your supervisor. Under normal circumstances you can expect a response on your e-mails with in 2 working days. 

 

Litteratur:

We recommend the following readings:
 
Litt. 1 General State-Space Representation:
  Control Systems Engineering, N.S.Nise, 3.ed.    Page 134 - 153
   
Litt. 2 Dynamic Thermal Systems - Lumped Models, S.Gundtoft.  pdf version.
   
Litt. 3 Review of Matrix definitions and operations, C.Jakobsen.   A short web-based tutorial.
   
Litt. 4 Modelling Fluid and Thermal Systems:
  Modern Control Engineering, K.Ogata, 3.ed.  Page 92 - 100
   
Litt. 5 Digital Control Systems Analysis and Design:
  State-Space Representation of digital systems:  Page 73 - 70
   
Litt. 6  Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems:           
  R.L. Woods & K.L. Lawrence,   Chapter 6.4:    Page 188 - 196 + 288 - 290
   
Litt. 7 Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Kreyzig.  Page 1034 - 1043

On request this litterature can be assigned from your supervisor

You will need access to a MATLAB installation on your PC. Possibilities  can be assigned by your supervisor.
 

Work load:
The course is rated to 5 credit units in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) equivalent to a work load of 140 hours

Evaluation:
PTAVA1 is approved if all the assignments and the final oral examination is approved.
 

In use from:    April2010.

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