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School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Kyungpook National University


  Digital Control Systems  

 


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   Textbook 

 

 

    Reference

 

1) G. F. Franklin, Powell & workman, Digital Control of dynamic systems, Pearson Ed Asia.

 

 

   Grading policy

 

 Assignments    Mid term +

 Final Exam

Project      Attendance
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 Lecture Notes / Teaching Plan

 

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Syllabus ELEC 73301

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Discrete-time System Modeling and Analysis: Sampling Process. Z-transform. Inverse z-transform. Mapping between s and z domains. System stability.

 

2

Discrete-time System Modeling and Analysis: Steady-state error analysis for stable systems. Root-locus analysis.  Bilinear Transformation. Frequency Response

3

Bilinear Transformation. Frequency Response Cascade Compensation: Digitization technique,

4

Direct Technique, Lead compensation Lag compensation,

5

Frequency-response characteristics, Deadbeat response

6

State Space Design Methods: State variable representations

7

State-feedback using digitization

 

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Mid-term Exam

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State-feedback by pole placement, discrete controllability, state observers, discrete observability, dynamic output feeback,

 

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State-feedback by pole placement, discrete controllability, state observers,

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discrete observability, dynamic output feeback,

12

The discrete maximum(min) Principle;

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Optimal Control: Solution of the discrete Ricatti equation

14

Optimal Control: Solutoin of the discrete Ricatti equation

14 Quantization

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

 

   Useful resources on the web

 

1. MIT Opencourse ware in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

   [http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Electrical-Engineering-and-Computer-Science/index.htm]