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Systems and Control

Stability of plates when rotating

Course Description

This course provides an introduction to the analysis of control systems. The main focus will be on techniques in classical control theory, including root-locus, Bode, and Nyquist plots. Students will learn how to transform linear dynamical systems between state-space and frequency domains, and explore conditions for stability in each domain. Students will design controllers through P, PI, PID, phase-lead, and phase-lag filters.  Applications will range across electrical, mechanical, chemical, biomedical, and biological systems.

Prerequisite

Students will need a functional knowledge of differential equations, complex variables, Laplace transforms (acquired from EECE253 (Circuit Analysis II) or equivalent) and linear algebra.

INSTRUCTOR

Dr. Edmond Cretu
KAIS 3063 (Phone: 604-827-4115)
E-mail: edmondc”at”ece.ubc.ca
Office Hours: Fri., 12:00-1:00pm  or by appointment

Lectures (Lect-Tut-Lab=4-0-0)

Time: Tue: 12:30pm-2:00pm, Hebb 100

         Thu: 12:00pm-2:00pm. Earth Sciences 1013

          Fri:  11am-12pm, West Mall Swing 222


Teaching Assistants

TBD

Textbook resources

R.C. Dorf and R.H. Bishop [2016] Modern Control Systems 13th Edition, Pearson

Dorf & Bishop[2016]Modern Control Systems

Software support

Mathworks Matlab/Simulink - UBC campus license allows students to install it on their personal laptops as well - Instructions are available at http://students.engineering.ubc.ca/success/software/#matlab

Grading

Homework problems - only preparatory for midterms

Mid Term Exams: 40% - 3 midterms, best 2 considered

Final Exam: 60%

Project (optional): 10% (reduces midterms weight to 30%)

Resources


Review of op amps basic circuits:

Jung[2005]Op Amp applications handbook (Analog Devices)
Mancini[2002]Op Amps for everyone (Texas Instruments)


 

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