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At the end of this course, the student will able to •model a physical system with its internal dynamics and input-output relationships by means of block diagrams and transfer functions, •generate and use the basic feedback controllers (P,PD,PI,PID), •determine relationships between the parameters of a control system and its stability, accuracy, transient behavior, tracking and disturbance-rejection ability, and parameter sensitivity, •determine the control parameters under the time response for requirements of accuracy, relative stability, and response speed, •determine the frequency response of a control system for evaluating/adjusting the relative stability, response speed, tracking accuracy, and noise rejection ability of the system.
Modeling physical systems. Control system components. Transient response. Stability. Steady state response and error. Basic control actions and controllers. Frequency response.