Control Engineering 2 - Group I (ILV)


Course lecturer:

 Heinz-Peter Ulrich Liechtenecker , BSc MSc


FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.

 Wolfgang Werth

Course numberB2.05270.40.280
Course codeRT 2
Semester of degree program Semester 4
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
ECTS credits2,5
Language of instruction German

Starting from the basic methods of linear control engineering, students are able to handle and solve complex control tasks from analysis to controller implementation.
They are able to apply the frequency domain methods and the root locus method for related control problems.
They know and understand the principle of linearization of nonlinear systems.
They are familiar with the basics of digital control engineering and know the required mathematical methods. They are able to implement, test and evaluate controllers on different platforms in software.

Systems Engineering, Control Engineering 1

Continuous-time and discrete-time control methods:
The frequency domain method
The root locus method
Practical requirements for industrial controllers
Linearization of nonlinear systems
The digital control loop, z transfer function
Controller implementation in software
Solution of various control tasks as lab exercise

C. Chen, Analog and Digital Control Systems Design, Stauders College Publishing, 1991.
N. Nise, Control Systems Engineering, John Wiley & Sons, Seventh edition 2015.
H. Ungehauen, Regelungstechnik 1, Vieweg, 14.Auflage, 2007.
J. Lunze, Regelungstechnik 1, Springer Verlag, 11.Auflage, 2016.
Richard C. Dorf und Robert H. Bishop, Moderne Regelungssysteme, Pearson Studium, 2006.

Lecture with integrated exercises
MATLAB and SIMULINK exercises (in groups of 20 students max)
Lab exercise (in groups of 8 students max)

MATLAB/SIMULINK-exercises, Lab work and Lab report,
written or oral exam