Essential Information

Course Code:KON 314E
Term:2017 Fall
Lecturer:Prof. Dr. M. Turan Söylemez
Control and Automation Eng. Dept.
Room Num: 4207, Tel: 212 - 285 35 70
Course Hours:D5303 - Monday (10:30 - 12:30)
D5303 - Friday (15:30 - 17:30)
Course Books:1) "Control System Design", G. C. Goodwin, S. F. Graebe ve M. E. Salgado, 2001, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, ISBN: 0 -13 -958653-9
2) "Control Systems Engineering", Norman S. Nise, 2000, John Wiley & Sons, New York, ISBN: 0-471-36601-3.
3) "Otomatik Kontrol Sistemleri", B. C. Kuo (çeviren: Atilla Bir), 1999, Literatür Yayıncılık, İstanbul.
4) "Linear Control System Analysis and Design", J. J. D'Azzo ve C. H. Houpis, 1995, McGraw Hill, New York
5) "Advanced Control System Design", B. Friedland, 1996,Prentice Hall, New Jersey, ISBN: 0-13-0140104
Grading Policy:1% Pre-test
20% Midterm exam
21% Homework
18% Lab (12% Quizzes - 6% Lab. performance)
15% Post-test
25% Final exam
Final Exam Enterance Condition:The weighted average of students performance within the semester (without the last homework assignment) must be at least 20 out of 100, and 85% laboratory attendence requirement must be met.
Home Page:http://web.itu.edu.tr/soylemezm/kon314e

Course Syllabus

WeekDayTopics to be Covered
Week 1
11-15 September 2017
MondayINTRODUCTION
  • Motivation
  • Signals and Systems
  • The feedback concept
  • Control system architecture
  • FridayMATLAB/MATHEMATICA INTRODUCTION (D5303)
    PRETEST
    Week 2
    18-22 September 2017
    MondaySimple Control Methods and K Synthesis
  • Requirements for controller design
  • On-Off (BANG-BANG) Control
  • Control by system inverse
  • Control using high gains
  • The effects of the poles to system response
  • Controller design by root locus
  • Friday (Lab)MATLAB/MATHEMATICA INTRODUCTION
    Week 3
    25-29 September 2017
    MondayBasic Control Methods and K Synthesis
  • The Donimanant Pole Assignment Concept
  • K synthesis
    Phase Lag Controller Design
  • Definition of phase lag controllers
  • Design by phase lag controllers
  • PI control
  • Dealing with the steady state response
  • Implementation of phase lag controllers
  • Friday (Lab)SIMPLE CONTROL METHODS
  • Introduction to Control System Toolbox (MACSYBOX)
  • An example to control by system inverse
  • An example to control by high gain
  • Examples for K synthesis
  • Week 4
    2-6 October 2017
    MondayPhase Lead Controller Design
  • Definition of phase lead controller
  • Design by phase lead controllers
  • PD control
  • Dealing with the transient response
  • Implementation of phase lead controllers
    Designing higher order controllers
  • Phase lead-lag control
  • Friday (Lab) Phase Lag/Lead Controller Design 
  • Design examples
  • Finding controller parameters algebraically
  • Week 5
    9-13 October 2017
    MondayPID Controller Design
  • Why PID Control?
  • Cascaded design
  • Classical PID Tuning Methods
  • Ziegler-Nichols method
  • Cohen-Coon method
  • New PID controller design methods
    Controller Design By Pole Assignment
  • Pole assignment using polynomial approach
  • PID controller design by pole assignment
  • Dominant pole assignment technique
  • Friday (Lab)PID Control Techniques
  • Design examples
  • Week 6
    16-20 October 2017
    MondayPole Assignment using Output Feedback
  • Pole assignment theorem
  • Pole assignment by equating coefficients
  • Design examples
  • Friday (Lab)Pole Assignment
  • Design examples
  • Week 7
    23-27 October 2017
    MondayPole Zero Cancellation and Model Matching
  • Control by Pole Zero Cancellaion
  • Notch filters
  • Model matching method

    Basic Restrictions in Designin Controllers for SISO System Design
  • Constructional restrictions
  • Sensitivity of the roots
  • Zeros that are on the RHP and/or near to the origin.
  • Friday (Lab)Examples to basic restrictions in control.
    Week 8
    30 October-3 November 2017
    MondayNO CLASS!
    FridayNO CLASS!
    Week 9
    6-10 November 2017
    MondayIntegrator windup and antiwindup control
  • Integrator wind-up
  • Anti-windup control techniques
  • Restricting the slew-rate
  • Friday (Lab)Antiwindup Control Examples
    Week 10
    13-17 November 2017
    MondayDifferent Control Structures and PID Control Types
  • Control by Feedback Controllers
  • PI-PD control
  • PID-PD control
  • Control by two degrees of freedom control structure

    APPLICATIONS
  • Design examples
  • Friday (Lab)MIDTERM EXAM (17th November 2017, Friday - 15:30, D5303)
    Week 11
    20-24 November 2017
    MondayDifferent Control Structures
    Frequency Domain Methods
  • K synthesis using frequency response
  • Phase lag controller design
  • Friday (Lab)PID Control Types
  • Design examples
    Frequency Domain Methods
  • Design examples
  • Week 12
    27 November - 1 December 2017
    MondayFrequency Domain Methods
  • Phase lead controller design
  • Phase lag-lead controller design
  • Friday (Lab)Frequency Domain Methods 
  • Design examples
  • Week 13
    4-8 December 2017
    MondayInternal Model Control
  • Designing controllers using the internal model control technique
  • Friday (Lab)Internal Model Control
  • Design examples
  • Week 14
    11-15 December 2017
    MondayControl of Time Delay Systems
  • Smith predictor
  • Controller design using Pade approximation
  • Frequency domain techniques
  • Friday (Lab)Control of Time Delay Systems
  • Design examples
  • Week 15
    18-22 December 2017
    MondayState Space Methods in Controller Design
  • Controllable standard form and pole assignment using state feedback
  • Ackermann formula
  • Luenberger Observer design
  • FridayState Space Methods in Controller Design
  • Design examples