Sylabus-Digital Control 2011

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ميحرلا نمحرلا الله مسب


Islamic University of Gaza

Electrical Engineering
Department

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Advanced Digital Control Systems


EELE 6312

By

Basil Hamed, Ph. D.

Control Systems Engineering

http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/bhamed/

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-
Mail: bhamed@iugaza.edu


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Islamic University of Gaza

Faculty of Engineering

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering



Advanced Digital Control Systems

EELE 6312

Prerequisite: EELE 3360 or consent of instructor


Instructor

: Basil Hamed,
Ph.D. Control Systems Engineering

Office


: B228

e
-
mail


: bhamed@ iugaza.edu




bahamed@hotmail.com

WebSite

: http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/bhamed/
Phone


: 2860700 Ext. 2874

Meeting

: (Sat & Mon)


2:00
-
5:00 (K 418)






2:00
-
5:00
(
L 307)








Course Syllabus

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Course Syllabus

Course Description:


Classical

&

Modern

controls

approach

to

the

analysis

and

design

of

digital

control

systems
.

Subjects

for

this

course

include
:

discrete

data

and

digital

control

systems,

signal

conversions

and

processing(Sampling

theory),

the

Z

transform

and

state

variable

techniques

applied

to

digital

control

system,

time

and

frequency

domain

analysis

techniques,

stability

of

digital

control

systems,

controllability,

observability
.

The

course

also

considers

principles

of

design

of

digital

control

systems,

including

computer

control

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Course Syllabus

Text Book:
Digital Control Engineering Analysis and Design




By M. Sami Fadali and Antonio Visioli (
2009
)

References:


Digital Control Systems by Benjamin C. Kuo, Second edition.


Feedback Control Systems by C.L. Phillips, R.D. Harbor, Third edition


Computer Controlled Systems, by R.A. Paz, to be published by John
Wiley & Sons.


Feedback Control of Dynamics Systems
,
G.F. Franklin, J.D. Powell
and A. Emami
-
Naeini


Linear Control Systems: Analysis and Design
.
.J. D’Azzo and
C.H.Houpis,


Linear Systems Theory, F. Szidarovszky and A. Terry Bahill


Problem Solvers, Automatic Control Systems/ Robotics.


Modern Control Engineering,
4
th Edition, K.Ogata,


Automatic Control Systems by Benjamin C. Kuo, Seventh edition

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Course Syllabus

Course Aim:



To

develop

an

understanding

of

discrete

¬time

signals

and

systems,

along

with

sampled

¬data

signals

and

systems
.

This

includes

linear,

time¬

invariant

systems

using

digital

¬to

¬analog

and

analog

¬to

¬digital

converters
.

This

includes

understanding

how

to

obtain

a

mathematical

model

of

a

system

with

such

components
.



To

understand

the

essential

properties

of

discrete¬

time

systems

including

stability,

and

performance

characteristics
.


To

develop

a

basic

feel

for

the

time
-
domain

and

frequency

domain

responses

for

digital

systems
.


To

understand

the

essential

properties

of

discrete¬

time

systems

including

stability,

and

performance

characteristics
.


To

learn

how

to

design

a

digital

controller

to

meet

time
-
domain

specifications
.

These

specifications

include

settling

time,

overshoot,

steady

state

error,

and

maximum

control

effort
.


Design

of

a

digital

control

system

using

computer

aided

tools


To

provide

the

students

an

opportunity

to

apply

the

knowledge

of

above

material

in

a

practical

(project)

experience

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Course Syllabus

Materials Covered:


Introduction: The need for a theoretical background, naturally
discrete systems, a comparison of discrete and continuous
systems, the design process




Sampling and reconstruction of signals: S/H circuit, A/D, and D/A
conversions, digital sensors.




Review of the z
-
transform and its properties, modified Z
-
transform.



Transfer Functions, Block Diagrams, and SFG for digital control
systems.



State
-
Variable Technique applied to digital control systems.



Controllability, Observability, and Stability.



Time
-
Domain and Z
-
Domain Analysis, comparison between
continuous
-
data and sampled
-
data system responses are made,
steady
-
state analysis and root locus.



Frequency
-
Domain Analysis of digital control systems (Nyquist
criterion, Bode plot).



Design of Discrete
-
Data Control Systems (PID design, Phase
-
Lead
and Phase Lag Controllers, Disturbance rejection, Pole
-
Zero
cancellation, Deadbeat
-
response design, Pole Placement, state
estimator design).

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Course Syllabus

Grading System:




Homework




10
%


Project & Presentation


20
%



Mid term Exam




30
%


Final Exam




40
%





Homework


Homework assignments are to be returned on time. No
excuses will be accepted for any delay.

Office Hours

Open
-
door policy, by appointment or as posted.

Background Material Important to this
Class


Polynomial and rational function
manipulation


Elementary linear algebra


Laplace transform analysis


Linear state
-
space models


Linear system representations


Linear system analysis


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Computer Usage

Extensive

use

of

MATLAB

for

computer

aided

analysis

and

simulation
.

The

digital

computers

used

are

IBM

PC

Pentium

compatible,

these

are

available

in

the

Department

of

Electrical

Engineering
.

Students

are

required

to

use

these

tools

and

equipment

for

special

project

and

homework

development
.


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11

Signals

LTI

System

H(z)

G(z)

+

12

What is a System?

System:
Block

box that takes input signal(s) and converts to
output signal(s).




Continuous
-
Time System:



System

Input

Output

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What is a Control System


A Process that needs to be controlled:


To achieve a desired output


By regulating inputs


A Controller: a mechanism, circuit or algorithm


Provides required input


For a desired output

Required

Input

Desired

Output

Process

Output

Controller

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Closed Loop Control


Closed
-
loop

control takes account of actual
output and compares this to desired output

Measurement

Desired

Output

+

-

Process

Dynamics

Controller/

Amplifier

Output

Input


Open
-
loop

control is ‘blind’ to actual output

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Model of Control System

Environment

Sensors

Actuators

Signal Capture

Control

Mechanical

System

Disturbances

Noise

Desired System

Performance

16

Digital Control System

Configuration

17

18

Types of Closed Loop
Controller

19


See You next Monday