Automatic Control Theory
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

E371099  Z,ZK  5  2P+2C  English 
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 Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering
 Synopsis:

In technological plants and processes, a desired state or operation sequence is ensured by means of automatic control circuits. Fundamental notions, examples of control problems in continuous, discrete and eventually logical versions of control are the substantial subjects for part 1. A more detailed attention is paid to the role and forms of the mathematical model used in linear theory of continuous and discrete PID control. Methods of control loop synthesis and parameter optimization are dealt with in detail.
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in scope of lectures
 Syllabus of lectures:

automatic control circuits
fundamental notions, examples of automatic control problems
role and forms of the matehematical model used in linear theory of continuous and discrete PID control
methods of control loop synthesis and parameter optimization
saturation of control actions, implementation problems
 Syllabus of tutorials:

principles of a control loop operation, terminology, transfer functions
dimensionless representation
basic control functions
verbal and mathematical description
 Study Objective:

In technological plants and processes, a desired state or operation sequence is ensured by means of automatic control circuits. Fundamental notions, examples of control problems in continuous, discrete and eventually logical versions of control are the substantial subjects for part 1. A more detailed attention is paid to the role and forms of the mathematical model used in linear theory of continuous and discrete PID control. Methods of control loop synthesis and parameter optimization are dealt with in detail.
 Study materials:

Šulc, B., Vítečková, : Theory and Practice of Control Circuit Design. CTU Monography, Prague 2004 (in Czech)
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