|title ||Discrete Control Systems|
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|prequisites ||EE412 |
|credit hours ||3|
|Description/Outcomes ||Principles of design including elements design, process and/or a system related to specific disciplines. Methodologies of solving engineering problems, data collection and interpretation. Analysis, design and implementation of various methods of control using analogue and digital control systems. Formulate the problem, realizing the requirements and identifying the constraints.|
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|objectives ||This course is designed in order to provide insight into the analysis and design of discrete data control systems using classical control approaches.|
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|ref. books ||D.De Fetta, J.Lucas and W. Hootgkiss, “Digital Signal Processing: A system Design Approach”, J. Wiley, 1988. P.Lynn and W. Furest, “ Introductory Digital Signal Processing”, J.Wiley, 1990. C.Phillips, “Digital Control System Analysis and Design”, Prentice Hall, 1990.|
|arabic ref. books |
|textbook ||C.T.Chen, “Analog & Digital Control Systems Design”, Saunders College Pub.|
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|course file ||
||Introduction to digital control systems.
||Z-transform and its properties.
||Discrete data system representation.
||Inverse Z transform and response.
||Sampler and zero order hold in cascade with the continuous system.
||Discrete closed loop transfer .
||7th week exam + Stability analysis of discrete control systems.
||Error analysis of discrete control systems.
||Root locus technique for discrete data control systems.
||Design of digital control loops using root locus technique.
||Frequency response analysis of discrete data control systems.
||12th week exam + Design of discrete control loops using frequency response approach.
||Design of discrete data control system using PID controller in the time domain.
||PID tuning in the frequency domain for discrete data control system.
||General review on discrete control loop design.