Control Systems for Mechancial Engineers (ILV)

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Course numberB2.00000.31.260
Course codeRTM
Curriculum2015b
Semester of degree program Semester 3
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW2,0
ECTS credits2,5
Language of instruction German

The students are able to understand the basis of the fundamental properties of dynamical systems, control tasks in mechanical engineering and analysieren. They are familiar with the basic requirements and characteristics of linear control feedback systems. They are proficient with the needed mathematical methods and their application in MATLAB / Simulink. They are able to design linear controllers, PID controllers, in particular, to understand their significance and to evaluate computer based control systems .

B2.00000.11.010 - Engineering Mathematics 1AB2.00000.12.080 - Engineering Mathematics 1BB2.00000.21.140 - Engineering Mathematics 2A

mathematical description of dynamical systems using differential equations, development of simulation models, analysis of system responses; transfer function, poles, zeros, stability

requirements to control systems, properties, characteristics classification of major control systems (PT1, PTn, PT2)

PID controller, principle, application and design

Practical Setting rules,

total time constant

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