ACI-20016 Basic Course in Automation Technology, 5 cr
|Lecture times and places||Target group recommended to|
Laboratory Work 1h & PC exercises 8h & a Compulsory Guest Lecture Hour & Exam. The Exam can be divided in sub-exams A and B, and each sub-exam may be divided in 6 Week Exams.
Completion parts must belong to the same implementation
Introduction to Automation and Control Engineering ; analysis and design of single-input-single-output feedback control systems using linear models, analog and digital implementation of controllers.
|Content||Core content||Complementary knowledge||Specialist knowledge|
|1.||Purpose , structure and operational principles of feedback as well as feedforward control systems ; PID control ; implementation of controllers, simulation||Idea of Multivariable control|
|2.||Modelling and simulation based on ODEs, block diagrams, transfer functions , inverse Laplace transform.||Physical modelling based on material etc. balances, state space models, model concepts||Matlab including Simulink and Control System Toolbox. Matlab programming and documentation of figures.|
|3.||Understanding and description of phenomena associated with stability, stationary responses as well as transient responses using various models. Effects of feedback control.||Analysis using a state-space model. Analysis of non-linear control systems through simulations.|
|4.||Coping with uncertainty: analysis and design of sufficient degree of stability as well as analysis of sensitivity with Bode and Nichols diagrams.||Nyquist diagrams in analysis.|
|5.||Design of step responses using frequency response methods and root locus.|
Grades for mastering basic core knowledge: 1 = satifactory , 2 = average, 3 = good. Grade 4 also requires excellent skills of analysis. Add excellent skills of design to obtain grade 5.
Numerical evaluation scale (1-5) will be used on the course
|Type||Name||Author||ISBN||URL||Edition, availability, ...||Examination material||Language|
|Book||Modern Control Systems||R. C. Dorf & R. H. Bishop||0132270285||11. , TUT bookshop||English|
|Other literature||Lecture and exercise notes , work instructions||T. Jussila||Available JOT or before||English|
|Description||Methods of instruction||Implementation|
|Implementation 1||Autumn 2008 implementation|