MODULE SPECIFICATION FORM

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MODULE SPECIFICATION FORM



Module Title:

Control Engineering B

Level:

6

(Deg L
3
)

Credit Value:

1
0


Module code:

(if known)

ENG618

Semester(s) in which to
be offered:

2


With effect from:


Oct 2010


Existing/New:

Existing


Title of module being
replaced (if any):

N/A


Originating Subject:

Engineering


Module Leader:

Dr Z Chen


Module duration (contact
hours/ directed/ private
study:

45

hrs contact/dps

55

hrs private study

Status: core/option/elective
(identify programme where
appropriate):

Core


Percentage taught by Subjects other than originating Subject
(please name other Subjects):

0%



Programme(s) in which to be offered:


B BEng (Hons) and BEng Ordinary:



Electrical and Electronic Engineering



Automotive Electronics


Pre
-
requisites per

programme (between
levels):

Completion of level 2
or equivalent studies.

Co
-
requisites per
programme

(within a level):


None


Module Aims:


1.

To extend mathematical modelling to predict and modify control system behaviour.

2.

To extend established
analytical skills by applying computer
-
based methods to control system
design, implementation and modification.




Expected Learning Outcomes


Knowledge and Understanding:

At the completion of this module, the student should be able to:


1
.

analyse and
predict the performance of a computer controlled system;

2
.

design and/or modify, using computer aided techniques, a control system to a specified
performance using the state space approach.

3. design and analyse linear optimal control system.


Transfer
able/Key Skills and other attributes:

1. Apply mathematical analysis

2. Solve problems,

3. Apply design





Assessment:

Please indicate the type(s) of assessment (eg examination, oral, coursework, project) and the
weighting of each (%).

Details of
indicative assessment should also be included.


All outcomes are assessed by means of a two hour written examination.

Assessment
number (use as
appropriate)

Type of assessment

Weighting

Duration (if
exam)

Word count (if
coursework)


Assessment One:


Formal Examination


100%


2 hr




Learning and Teaching Strategies:


The module will be delivered through lectures and student
-
driven investigative work. A significant
amount of the content is to be achieved through individual study. Approximately one t
hird of the
timetabled time will be devoted to formal lectures. The remainder of the time will be allocated to
tutorials and to individual study but also with some programmed access to lab/computer facilities, for
practical investigation and analysis activ
ities.



Syllabus outline:


Discrete time systems:
Sampling and aliasing. Difference equations and Z transforms. The Z plane.
System classification and frequency response. Digital filters. Digital implementation of
analogue controllers.

Multivariable systems:
State space equations. State equations from transfer functions.
Controllability and observability. Solution of state equation. Application of state feedback

Linear optimal control:

Criteria for optimal control; General optimal co
ntrol formulation; Linear
quadratic regulator.






Bibliography:


Tewari A.; (2003) Modern Control Design with MATLAB and SIMULINK; UK; John Wiley & Sons

Nise, N.S.; (2003)
Control Systems Engineering
; (4
th

Edn.); London; John Wiley & Sons

Bissel C.
C
.
;
(
1997)
Control Engineering
; London; Chapman and Hall



Golten J.,

Verwer A
.
;
(
2003)

Control System Design & Simulation
; London; McGraw Hill

Free downloaded student edition of CODAS on web site: GoltenVerwer.com

Dorf R
.
C
.
;
(
2000)

Modern Control Systems
(7th Edition); England; Addison Wesley

Including simulation software


Hostetter G
.
H
.
;

(
1988)

Digital Control System Design
; London;
Holt, Rinehart and

Winston