Control Systems I

Course Number: 
ELM 4231
Semester: 
Fall
Subject: 
Electromechanical Engineering Technology (ELM)
Credits 
3.00

Students are introduced to analytical system modeling and the design of controllers for closed-loop electrical and mechanical systems. Topics include finite state machine design and implementation; the development of dynamic systems models using Laplace techniques; block diagram system representation; time-domain and frequency-domain system analysis; the determination of system stability; system error computation; an introduction to controller design; and an introduction to the design of discrete-time controllers using z-transform methods. MATLAB with Simulink is required.

3 hours of lecture per week