Introduction to Computer Control Systems 2010
- 13/01-2011: The re-examination is scheduled for April 29.
- 10/01-2011: The exams are graded and are with the Student Office.
- 17/12-2010: Solutions for the exam are available on the background material.
- 16/12-2010: Solutions for exercise 10 are available on the background material.
- 14/12-2010: The 1RT485 exam is in the morning of December 17, 8.00-13.00, at the exam hall of Polacksbacken.
- 09/12-2010: Exercise problem 10 is available on background material. Please, notice that you must solve these exercises prior to 2010/12/15.
- 08/12-2010: The instruction for Process Lab 3 has been added to the Lab instructions. Please read the instruction in advance as preparation.
- 07/12-2010: Exercise problem 9 is available on background material and studentportal.
- 01/12-2010: The instruction and M-files for Computer Lab 2 have been added to the Lab instructions.
- 26/11-2010: Exercise problem 6 and 7 are available on background material.
- 23/11-2010: Exercise problem 5 is available on background material.
- 15/11-2010: The instruction for Process Lab 2 has been added to the Lab instructions. Please read the instruction in advance as preparation.
- 12/11-2010: The instruction and M-files for Computer Lab 1 have been added to the Lab instructions.
- 10/11-2010: The exercise problems 2, 3, and 4 have been added to the background material and the studentportal.
- 09/11-2010: The sign-up lists for process lab 2 and 3 are available on the door of room 4404. Arrange group of two persons and sign for the process labs.
- 03/11-2010: The list for Process Lab 1 is available here. The lab room is 4404.
- 29/10-2010: The first exercise problem is already available on the background material and also at the studentportal. The instruction for the first process lab is also downloadable now.
- 27/10-2010: The textbook is available at the bookstores Studentbokhandeln and Akademibokhandeln (LundeQ). It can also be ordered on the web, for instance at bokus.se and delivered in 5-8 working days.
- 09/10-2010: The homepage was created. Not all links function. Work is under way.
System models: State-space forms and the solution of the state-space equation in discrete and continuous time. Sampling. Transfer functions and transfer operators. Model transformations from transfer functions to state-space models and vice versa.
System properties: Controllability and observability. Static gain. Step and impulse responses in discrete and continuous time. Frequency domain properties (connection to sampling). Stability in discrete and continuous time; asymptotic stability, bounded-input bounded-output stability, the Nyquist criterion.
Controller design: Pole placement in state-space form. State feedback with observer. PID-controllers. Stability margins. Sensitivity functions. The notion of robustness. Computer implementation (sampling, word length, time delays, aliasing, windup).
Written examination at the end of the course. Passed laboratory course is also required.
- Torkel Glad and Lennart Ljung: Control Theory - Multivariable and Nonlinear Methods, Taylor and Francis, 2000.