ASE-2117 Systems and Control, 5-7 cr


The extensions to 6-7 cr are available for ony exchange students whose home university requires more than 5cr.


Terho Jussila


Toteutuskerta Periodi Vastuuhenkilö Suoritusvaatimukset
ASE-2117 2019-01 3 - 4 Terho Jussila
Veli-Pekka Pyrhönen


Thinking, concepts, analysis and synthesis needed to control deterministic systems of various complexity, especially for LTI (Linear Time Invariant) systems in DT (Discrete-Time) but also for CT (Continuous-Time). The student should (for grade 3/5): 1. Recognize the basic concepts and elements of systems control needed and relate the methods studied to them. 2. Master identification of ARX models and model conversions (between CT and DT models, between state-space models and transfer function models.) 3. Know the similarities and differences in the CT and DT time domain and frequency domain theory of systems (due to elementary knowledge from a course of CT control) 4. Master Root-Locus Theory exluding angle rules. 5. Perform analysis of stability, controllability (reachability) and observability of a DT LTI state-space model. 6. Design and analyze LTI State-Feedback Controllers and LTI State Observers for LTI DT state-space plants 7. Recognize and handle obvious risks of poor control or computations. Grade (1/5): At least four of the goals listed are reached


Sisältö Ydinsisältö Täydentävä tietämys Erityistietämys
1. Linear Time Invariant. Elements of systems control. Non-experimental Modelling. Model conversions. Simulation. Similarities and Differences of CT systems and DT systems. Nyquist-Shannon Sampling Theorem.     
2. Elementary Block Diagram. z Transform, z Transfer Function, Operator Transfer Functions. State-space Models.   Stability Tests of Schur-Cohn, Jury.   
3. Stability, Root Locus, Controllability, Observability. Möbius-Routh Stability Test. Intersample behavior.     
4. Analysis and Synthesis of Feedback Controllers. Root Locus.     
5. State-Feedback Control, State Observers and Observer Based Feedback Control using pole placement designs including analysis of Relative Stability and Sensitivities.     
6. +1cr: Least Squares and Weighted Least Squares Identification. Recursive Identification. Self-Tuning Control. Square Root Algorithms.     
7. +1cr: Pole Placement Design using Transfer Functions. Generalized Predictive Control. Implementation of DT controllers, compensators and filters. Anti-windup.     

Ohjeita opiskelijalle osaamisen tasojen saavuttamiseksi

Sufficient work early enough, prestudies before the sessions, Math repetitions on own time and together, active participation in contact teaching sessions.


Numerical evaluation scale (0-5)


Completion parts must belong to the same implementation


Tyyppi Nimi Tekijä ISBN URL Lisätiedot Tenttimateriaali
Book   Lecture texts with small fonts   Terho Jussila         Yes   
Book     K. J. Åström & B. Wittenmark & K-E. Årzen       Only partially exam material   Yes   
Lecture slides   Lecture Slides   Terho Jussila         Yes   
Online book   Control Theory   Torkel Glad & Lennart Ljung   0-7484-0878-9     See the links! Only partially exam material.   Yes   


Opintojakso P/S Selite
ASE-1259 Introduction to Control Mandatory    

Tietoa esitietovaatimuksista
Even the older courses ASE-1258/1257/1256 as well as any 1st control course of university level on analog control (like ASE-1252/1251/1250, ASE-1131/1130) form a sufficient background.


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Päivittäjä: Laine Marja-Liisa, 06.03.2019