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2018/2019

Advanced Automatic Control

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2375008 KZ 2 1+1 Czech
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Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering
Synopsis:

Advanced Automatic Control follows or can be studied in parallel with Automatic Control course E371047 or E371147. It becomes an important and integral part of modern manufactury and industrial processes for attaining optimal performance of dynamic systems. The objective is to build on the introductory course of Automatic Control to explain the essentials of advanced automatic control like state-space representation and analysis of control systems, solving state equations, controllability, observability, pole placement, state observers and related topics. Some seminaries are arranged in the laboratory where state-space control systems are trained. Students work with Matlab software as a common platform of control engineers

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Course E371047 or E371147

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introductory notes

2. Modelling in State-Space

3. State-Space Representation.

4. Laplace Transform for State-Space

5. State-Space Transfer Functions

6. State Models with Matlab

7. Solving State Equations

8. Controllability and Observability

9. State Feedback

10. Pole Placement

11. State Observers

12. State Space Stability

13. Root Locus and Quadratic Control

14. Automatic Control by Virtual Reality

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Study Objective:

Advanced Automatic Control follows or can be studied in parallel with Automatic Control course. It becomes an important and integral part of modern manufactury and industrial processes for attaining optimal performance of dynamic systems. The objective is to build on the introductory course of Automatic Control to explain the essentials of advanced automatic control like state-space representation and analysis of control systems, solving state equations, controllability, observability, pole placement, state observers and related topics. Some seminaries are arranged in the laboratory where state-space control systems are trained. Students work with Matlab software as a common platform of control engineers

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