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EE 4551  -  Control Systems Design and Simulation (EE4551)
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Evaluation Type Weight
   1 .  Final Term Exam 40 % ()
   2 .  First Mid. Term Exam 20 % ()
   3 .  Second Mid. Term Exam 20 % ()
   4 .  Quizzes 10 % ()
   5 .  Assignments and mini projects 10 % ()
Learning Outcome
Outcome Proficiency Assessment
   1 .  (a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering: Student has the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to the analysis and design of control system modeling.
   2 .  (c) an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability: Student has the ability to desi
   3 .  (e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems: Student has the ability to Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems in the design of controllers using different methods.
   4 .  (k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice: Student is encouraged to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools such as Matlab/Simulink for control system design and simulation.
Topics
Week Description - Reading  
1

Chapter (1)

Introduction to Control Systems

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Brief History of Automatic Control

1.3 Basic Control System Terminology

1.4 Objectives of Automatic Control System

1.5 Control Strategies

1.6 Engineering Design

1.7 Control System Design

1.8 Mechatronic Systems

1.9 The Future Evolution of Control Systems

1.10 Application Examples

2

Chapter (2)

Block Diagrams and Computer Simulation

2.1 Diagrams Blocks

2.2 Combining Blocks to Solve Modeling Equations

2.3 Running Simulink with Matlab

2.4 Repetitive Inputs

2.5 Application Examples

2.6 Computer Simulation of Application Examples Using MATLAB

Assessment Method:

Homework-1: Due Date: Tuesday/Week No. (2)

Quiz-1: Date: Tuesday/Week No. (2)

3, 4 and 5

Chapter (3)

Mathematical Modeling of Physical Systems

3.1       Introduction

3.2       Differential Equations of Physical Systems

3.3       Electrical Systems

3.4       Operational Amplifier Circuits

3.5       Automatic Controllers

3.6       Cascade Compensation Networks

3.7       Mechanical Systems

3.8       Electromechanical Systems

3.9       Fluid Systems

3.10     Thermal Systems

3.11     Application Examples

3.12     Computer Simulation of Application Examples Using MATLAB

Assessment Method:

Homework-2: Due Date: Tuesday/Week No. (5)

Quiz-2: Date: Tuesday/Week No. (5)

6 and 7

Chapter (4)

Modeling of Physical Systems Using Identification Techniques

4.1       Non-parametric identification

4.2       Parametric identification

4.3       Computer Simulation of Application Examples Using MATLAB

Assessment Method:

Homework-3: Due Date: Tuesday/Week No. (7)

Quiz-3: Date: Tuesday/Week No. (7)

8, 9 and 10

Chapter (5)

Feedback Control System Design with PID Controller Using MATLAB

5.1       Introduction

5.2       Three-Term PID Controllers

5.3       The Design of Robust PID-Controlled Systems

5.4       The Design of PID Controller Using the Root-Locus Method

5.5       The Design of PID Controller Using the Pole Placement Method

5.6       The Design of PID Controller Using the Bode-Diagram Method

5.7       Design Examples

5.8       Computer Simulation of Design Examples Using MATLAB

Assessment Method:

First Mid Term Exam: Date: Thursday/Week No. (8)

Homework-4: Due Date: Tuesday/Week No. (9)

Quiz-4: Date: Tuesday/Week No. (9)

11 and 12

Chapter (6)

Control System Design with Compensation Networks Using MATLAB

6.1       Introduction

6.2       Approaches to Control System Design

6.3       Design Considerations

6.4       Cascade Compensation Networks

6.5       Phase Lead Compensation Design Using Root Locus

6.6       Phase Lag Compensation Design Using Root Locus

6.7       Phase Lead-Lag Compensation Design Using the Root Locus

6.8       Phase Lead Compensation Design Using Bode Diagram

6.9       Phase Lag Compensation Design Using Bode Diagram

6.10     Phase Lead-Lag Compensation Design Using Bode Diagram

6.11     Design Examples

6.12     Computer Simulation of Design Examples Using MATLAB

Assessment Method:

Homework-5: Due Date: Tuesday/Week No. (12)

Quiz-5: Date: Tuesday/Week No. (11)

Second Mid Term Exam: Date: Thursday/Week No. (12)

13 and 14

Chapter (7)

Feedback Control System Design with Robust Controllers Using MATLAB

7.1       Introduction

7.2       Design of Feedback Control Systems Using Robust ITAE Performance Index

7.3       Design of Feedback Control Systems Using Pole Placement Techniques

7.4       Design Examples

7.5       Computer Simulation of Design Examples Using MATLAB

Assessment Method:

Homework-6: Due Date: Tuesday/Week No. (14)

Quiz-6: Date: Tuesday/Week No. (14)

15

Chapter (8)

Project Work for Dynamic Control System Design and Simulation

8.1       Introduction

8.2       Modeling of Selected Dynamic System

8.3       Design of PID controller Applied to Selected Dynamic System

8.4       Computer Simulation Using MATLAB

8.5       Presentations

Assessment Method:

Homework-7: Due Date: Tuesday/Week No. (15)

Quiz-7: Date: Tuesday/Week No. (15)

Students are required to make presentations for their projects one week before the end of semester with the submission of report.

Presentations: Due Date: Thursday /Week No. (15)

16

Assessment Method:

Final Term Exam: As Organized by Exams Committee