Basics of System Control
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

BIZRS.21  Z,ZK  5  2P+2C  Czech 
 Garant předmětu:
 Kateřina Hyniová
 Lecturer:
 Kateřina Hyniová
 Tutor:
 Kateřina Hyniová
 Supervisor:
 Department of Digital Design
 Synopsis:

The course gives an introduction to the field of automatic control. Students will gain knowledge in this rapidly evolving field of great future. We will focus our attention particularly on control of engineering and physical systems.
We will provide basic information from the feedback control of linear dynamical SISO systems, description methods of system models, basic linear dynamic systems analysis and design verification, simple PID feedback, PSD, and fuzzy controllers.
Students will learn the methods of creating a description of the system model, the basic linear dynamic systems analysis and design verification and simple PID feedback, PSD, and fuzzy controllers. Attention is also given to sensors and actuators in control loops, issues of stability in control systems, single and continuous adjustment of the controller parameters, and certain aspects of the industrial implementation of continuous and digital controllers and PLC control.
 Requirements:

The assessment requires at least 25 points out of the total number of 45 points for 3 compulsory tests. The exam has a compulsory written and optional oral part.
 Syllabus of lectures:

1.Introduction
2. Systems classification
3. Mathematical modeling I.
4.Mathematical modeling II.
5.Simplification of block diagrams
6.Control circuit
7.PID control
8.Stability of control circuits
9.Control Circuits with ON/OFF Controllers
10. Discrete control circuit
11.Control Circuits with digital controllers
12.Some practical aspects in applications with PID and PSD controllers
13.Control circuits with fuzzy controllers.
 Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Classification of systems (static vs. dynamic, linear vs. nonlinear, tinvariant vs. tvariant, etc.)  examples
2. Modeling of systems I.  examples (transfer function, impulse response, step response, etc.), Heaviside decomposition into partial fractions  examples, Laplace transform and Inverse Laplace transform  examples
3. Modeling of systems II.  Examples (frequency response, system poles and zeros, system astatism, system order, etc.)
4. Simplification of block diagrams  examples
5. 1st test
6. Control circuit with PID controller (calculation of PID controller responses, impulse and step response of PID controller  examples, PID controller design  examples), synthesis of control circuit with PID controller  examples
7. Stability of control circuit, determination of stability, algebraic stability criteria  examples
8. 2nd test
9. Discrete control circuit  examples
10. Synthesis of control circuit with PSD controller  examples
11. Operations on fuzzy sets, fuzzy control  examples of applications
12. 3rd test
13. Assessment
 Study Objective:

The aim of this course is to give students basic information from the feedback control of linear dynamical SISO systems to PLC control aplications. This is a survey course in which students will learn the methods of creating a description of the model system, the basic linear dynamic systems analysis and design verification and simple PID feedback, PSD and fuzzy controllers. Attention is also given to sensors and actuators in control loops, issues of stability control systems, single and continuous adjustment of the controller parameters and certain aspects of the industrial implementation of continuous and digital controllers. The themes of lectures are accompanied by a number of useful examples and practical industrial implementations.
 Study materials:

1. Franklin G.F., Powell J.D., EmamiNaeini A. : Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems (8th Edition). AddisonWesley, 2019. ISBN 9781292274522.
2. Dunn W. : Fundamentals of Industrial Iinstrumentation and Prosess Control (2nd Edition). McGrawHill, 2018. ISBN 9781260122251.
3. Hyniová, K.: Základy řízení systémů  přednášky. ČVUT Praha, 2015. ISBN 9788001050651.
 Note:
 Further information:
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 Timetable for winter semester 2024/2025:
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 Timetable for summer semester 2024/2025:
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 The course is a part of the following study plans:

 Bachelor specialization Information Security, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)
 Bachelor specialization Management Informatics, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)
 Bachelor specialization Computer Graphics, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)
 Bachelor specialization Computer Engineering, in Czech, 2021 (PS)
 Bachelor program, unspecified specialization, in Czech, 2021 (VO)
 Bachelor specialization Web Engineering, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)
 Bachelor specialization Artificial Intelligence, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)
 Bachelor specialization Computer Science, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)
 Bachelor specialization Software Engineering, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)
 Bachelor specialization Computer Systems and Virtualization, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)
 Bachelor specialization Computer Networks and Internet, in Czech, 2021 (elective course)