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Linear Systems Analysis

by: Bella Pollich

Linear Systems Analysis ELET 3301

Bella Pollich
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Bella Pollich on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ELET 3301 at University of Houston taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 65 views. For similar materials see /class/208321/elet-3301-university-of-houston in Electrical Engineering at University of Houston.

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Date Created: 09/19/15
University of Houston Engineering Technology College of Technology COURSE OUTLINE COURSE ELET 4304 Control Systems I CATALOG DESCRIPTION 4304 Control Systems I Cr 3 30 Prerequisites ELET 3301 ELET 3304 and ELET 3104 Corequisite ELET 4104 Final control operations in control systems Control modes and methods of implementation by analog and digital means computer control algorithms and tuning and stability of control systems AUTHORIZED TEXT Control Systems Technology by Johnson and Malki COURSE OBECTIVES The student will learn the design and analysis of analog control systems The course covers transfer function stability analysis PID controllers frequency response and statespace analysis STATEMENT ON OUTCOMES h i j and k You are encouraged to become an active member of professional societies national regional and local chapters related to your chosen profession As a member you will normally receive trade magazine journal and newsletter subscriptions thereby allowing you to maintain in general a connection with your profession Whenever applicable outside speakers will be invited to discuss relevant developments and events that relate to lifelong learning quality timeliness continuous improvement global issues and societal and environmental concerns This practice represents a means for keeping technically current and aware of changes and challenges in all aspects of your profession COURSE OUTLINE UNIT I Introduction of Control Systems A Control system strategy B Examples of control systems C Analytical issues 1 June 15 2004 University of Houston UNIT II UNIT III UNIT IV UNIT V UNIT VI Engineering Technology College of Technology Laplace Transforms A De nition of Laplace transform WOOD Computer applications Properties of Laplace transform Inverse Laplace transform Analog simulation Control Systems Model 0 Transfer functions A B Transfer function properties C D E F Block diagram Block diagram reduction Multiple inputs Mason s gain formula Proportional integral and derivative controllers Lead and lag compensation Static and Dynamic Response mmpowgt Static response Steadystate response Disturbance error Dynamic response of first and second order plans Characteristics of dynamic response Steadystate error versus stability Stability A Definition of stability B RouthHurwitz stability criterion C Special cases Frequency Response FQWWUOW Basic principles Frequency response analysis Exact analysis Bode plots Manual amp computer construction Bode plot applications Gain and phase margin Transportation delay 2 June 15 2004 University of Houston UNIT VII UNIT VIII Engineering Technology College of Technology Root Locus omwpowgt Introduction to root locus Closedloop poles Root locus graph Root locus construction manual amp computer Root locus applications Gain and phase margin Transient response StateSpace Analysis Hmpmwpowgt Statestate de nition Solving statespace equations Laplace transform solutions Series expansion solution Computer simulation solution Simulation diagram and statespace equations Transfer function in statespace Controllability Observability 3 June 15 2004


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