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Digital Control Systems

  • Course Code :
    CMP 475
  • Level :
    Undergraduate
  • Course Hours :
    3.00 Hours
  • Department :
    Department of Mechanical Engineering

Instructor information :

Area of Study :

 Develop students’ knowledge about the basic concepts of discrete-time control systems (Digital Control Systems) Discrete Linear Time Invariant systems only will be considered.  Introduce students to control systems theory considering only the Continuous Linear Time Invariant systems.  Prepare Students to derive transient response analysis  Train Students to apply steady state error analysis, do stability analysis, perform root locus analysis, and perform frequency response methods and state space methods.

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Digital Control Systems

Discrete-time signals and systems; z-Transform analysis; Pulse transfer function and discrete-time feedback system; Static error, Jury stability test, and system sensitivity; Frequency-domain and state space analysis and design of discrete-time systems using Matlab; Digital controller implementation issues.

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Digital Control Systems


Course outcomes:

a. Knowledge and Understanding:

1- Outline the Mathematical Modeling of different digital control systems.
2- Illustrate how the stability of control systems, transient response and steady-state error could be evaluated.
3- Explain how to draw the root locus and bode diagram for control systems and how to design the digital controllers using conventional methods.
4- Define the state space representation and analysis and illustrate the steps of the design of controllers and observers.

b. Intellectual Skills:

1- Select appropriate mathematical and computer-based methods for modeling and analyzing systems.
2- Design digital control systems applying appropriate knowledge and principles.
3- Analyze system, processes and components critically.

c. Professional and Practical Skills:

1- Write Matlab code for developed design methods.
2- Apply gained hardware and software skills to controller design in diverse mechatronics applications

d. General and Transferable Skills:

1- Efficiently manage tasks, time and resources.
2- Use digital libraries and/or learning systems and demonstrate efficient IT capabilities.


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Course topics and contents:

Topic No. of hours Lecture Tutorial/Practical
The z Transform 4 2 2
The Pulse Transfer Function 4 2 2
Mapping between the s Plane and the z Plane 4 2 2
Transient and Steady-State Response Analysis 4 2 2
The Root Locus Methods 6 3 3
Design Based on The Root Locus Methods 8 4 4
Bode Diagrams 6 3 3
Design Based on Bode Diagrams 8 4 4
State Space Representation and Analysis 4 2 2
Pole Placement Design 4 2 2
State Observers 4 2 2
Servo Systems 4 2 2

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Teaching And Learning Methodologies:

Teaching and learning methods
Interactive Lecturing
Problem based Leaning
Discussion
Experiential learning

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Course Assessment :

Methods of assessment Relative weight % Week No. Assess What
Assignment 7.00
Computer Assignment 8.00
Final Exam 40.00
Mid- Exam 1I 15.00
Mid- Exam I 15.00
Participation 5.00
Quizzes 10.00

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Books:

Book Author Publisher

Course notes :

Course Notes (in MS Power Point or PDF format)

Recommended books :

• Digital Control System Analysis and Design, Charles L. Phillips, H. Troy Nagle, 3rd Edition, 1994, Prentice-Hall • Digital Control of Dynamic Systems, G. Franklin and J. Powell and M. Workman, 3rd Edition, 1998, Prentice-Hall • Discrete Time Control Problems Using Matlab by Joe H. Chow, Dean K. Frederick, Nicolas W. Chbat, October 2002, CL Engineering

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