Microprocessor Control of Electric Drives
- Department of Electric Drives and Traction
Control computer, digital signal processor (DSP), digital signal microcontroller (DSC), architecture, computational resources, fixed point, fraction, floating point arithmetic, interrupt system, DMA controller, special blocks, ADC, event memory, FIFO, CAM, Multiport RAM, impulse signal generation, serial communication, methods, buses, protocols, synchronization, multiprocessor systems, parallel processing, RT systems, solution methods, systems: INT, BG-FG, FSA, CC, preemptive RTOS, tasks, queues, semaphors, critical section, control computer programming methods, control computer resources application in scalar and vector control of electric drives.
Knowledge of microprocessor technique and power electronics at the extent lectured in CTU FEE.
- Syllabus of lectures:
Contents of individual tutorials are established based on microprocessor and control technique preliminary knowledge of signed up PhD students.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
No course seminars and labs
- Study Objective:
To introduce of PhD students to digital technique and methods used for electric drive digital control, including special digital function blocks of digital signal processors which are essential for control algorithm implemetation.
- Study materials:
1) Internal tutorial literature of course guarantee
2) Wescott,T.:Applied Control Theory for Embedded Systems. Elsevier, 2006.
3) Ogata,K.: Discrete-Time Control Systems. Prentice Hall, 1987.
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: