ASE-1258 Introduction to Control, 4-6 cr
The extensions to give 5cr or 6cr are especially for 1) exchange students whose home university requires more than that available for 4cr, 2) international degree students who want to have a minor in Automation and Control, Robotics etc. Topics 13-16 form Extension Part D for +1cr. Extension Part E for +1cr includes Topics 17-20 and uses matrix skills. Registration to the extensions ar required during, not before, the course. The course may be preceeded by a voluntary pre-work for extra points.
|ASE-1258 2018-01||1 - 2||
||Sub-Exams A-E of Parts A-E are called Tests A-E. A Total Exam may replace only the union of Tests A-C while exam questions of the extensions D-E can only be examined in Tests D-E.
Option ABC of 4cr: A practical lab work & PC sessions A-C & Tests A-C (or a Total Exam). Option ABCD of 5cr: A practical lab work & PC sessions A-D & Tests A-D (or a Total Exam plus Test D). Option ABCE of 5cr: A practical lab work & PC sessions A-C and E & Tests A-C and E (or a Total Exam plus Test E). Option ABCDE of 6cr: A practical lab work & PC sessions A-E, Tests A-E (or a Total Exam plus Tests D-E) ).
|ASE-1258 2018-02||3 - 4||
||Option ABC of 4cr: A practical lab work & PC sessions A-C & Tests (Sub-Exams) A-C (or a Total Exam). Option ABCD of 5cr: A practical lab work & PC sessions A-D & Tests A-D (or a Total Exam). Option ABCE of 5cr: A practical lab work & PC sessions A-C and E & Tests A-C and E (or a Total Exam). Option ABCDE of 6cr: A practical lab work & PC sessions A-E, Tests A-E (or a Total Exam).
After the course the student knows the potential and limitations of decision & control both within and beyond control engineering; knows typical control structures as well as connections and the roles nature of the control system components; can derive and approximate simple dynamical models in time domain. For LTI (Linear Time Invariant) systems: can derive transfer functions and state space models; can simplify block diagrams and perform model conversations; masters typical system terms and concepts including performance specifications; is able to describe and analyze control systems and other dynamical systems; understands and can analyze and even limitedly design stability, damping, accuracy and speed of systems with standard methods; is able to analyze potential stability and performance risks due to uncertainty and protect the system against them; masters a few synthesis and design techniques; can exploit use Matlab, Simulink, Control System Toolbox and Symbolic Toolbox or another similar enough software in the tasks mentioned; is able to communicate on the things with students and engineers educated elsewhere.
|1.||Introduction to control systems. Specifications. Open loop, feedforward, error feedback and 2DOF control. Block diagrams. PID control. Filtering. Alternate implementations and modifications of PI, PD and PID controllers. Boss knowledge, i.e. why/what/how should be done for success.|
|2.||Modelling and simulation. Equilibrium, linearization, sensitivity. Standard form of a linear state space model. Laplace transform. Polynomial and transfer function models. Simplification of block diagrams. Empirical modelling.||Eigenfunction derivations of transfer functions.||Matlab skills: Simulink simulation. Basic commands. Control System Toolbox. Symbolic Toolbox.|
|3.||Observability and Controllability. Minimum realization. Eigenvalues, poles, zeros. Internal and external stability. Inverse of a rational Laplace Transform. On convergence and boundedness of the signals. Routh Test for asymptotic stability (Case 1).|
|4.||Periodic phenomena and their frequency response analysis. Analysis and design of stability, relative stability, dynamics and sensitivity with frequency response.|
|5.||Nominal and robust stationary accuracy and performance. Performance indices for step responses. Derivation and implementation of compensator and controller structures using functional blocks. Nichols Charts.||Analog electronics implementation of filters, compensators and controllers.|
|6.||Part D for an extra credit: Root Locus, Pole Margin, Nyquist Stability Theorem, Routh Test Cases 2-4, Parametric Optimal Control, Smith Predictor, Experimental Modelling.|
|7.||Part E for an extra credit: State Feedback Regulation and SP Control with eigenvalue assignment. Full and Reduced Order State Observers with eigenvalue assignment. Observer Based Regulation and SP Control with eigenvalue assignment. Decoupling MIMO control.|
Ohjeita opiskelijalle osaamisen tasojen saavuttamiseksi
Please repeat concepts like limit, derivative, integral, complex number, vector, matrix, rank, inverse matrix, determinant on your own time or in the sessions organized by the teacher. Ask the teachers to help when relevant. Work 8-10 h for each topic and prepare yourself to the work sessions in advance as proposed in the instructions. Participate in Topic Exams. If it is not possible use SubExams as a 2nd plan. Try to avoid the need of a single Exam on all the topics in a session!
Numerical evaluation scale (0-5)
|Book||Advanced Engineering Mathematics||Glyn James||Supports in Laplace Transforms, Transfer Functions, Complex Numbers, Frequency Response and Matrix Issues. Some parts of it may replace some other texts in exam requirements.||Yes|
|Book||Control Engineerin Handbook||William Levine et al.||Mostly additional support while some minor sections may be included in exam requirements.||Yes|
|Book||Feedback Systems||K. J. Åström & R. M. Murray||PCA session uses Cruise Control knowledge fof ÅM. Chapter 1 plus some short sections of the book are included, too as explained in FS.pdf||Yes|
|Book||Mechatronics||W. Bolton||Mostly for motivation and minor support while a liitle may be included in exam requirements.||Yes|
|Book||Modern Control Systems, Chapter 1||R. C. Dorf & R. H. Bishop||Only Chapter 1||Yes|
|Lecture slides||Lecture Slides||Terho Jussila||Only for some lectures||Yes|
|Other literature||Lecture Notes||Terho Jussila||Yes|
Limit, derivative, integral, complex number, vector, matrix, rank, det, inverse matrix, transpose etc. are needed but also repeated in extra minutes: Some Week Exercise sessions will start 5 minutes after the even hour and contain about 20 minutes repetition plus a rest before the discussion of the week problems starts half past the even hour.
|ASE-1258 Introduction to Control, 4-6 cr||ASE-1257 Introduction to Control, 4 cr|
|ASE-1258 Introduction to Control, 4-6 cr||ASE-1259 Introduction to Control, 5-7 cr|