• The Principle of Automatic Control
    • School of Aeronautics & Astronautics
    • Credit. 4
    • AV308
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    • WILL BEGIN
    • Fall , 2015
    • 882
    • Course Description:
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    • The principle of automatic control is a main theoretical course for aerospace engineering. It introduces the basic concept and theory of control system analysis and design.
      Through lectures, homework, experiment and mini-project, the students will understand basic concepts of feedback, stability, steady state error and dynamic performance, master modeling method for linear dynamic system. Students are also required to master the automatic control system analysis methods, including properties and advantages of feedback, time-domain, complex-domain and frequency-domain performance analysis, stability and stability margin. Moreover, students need to master some control system design methods, such as root locus design, frequency-domain design, etc. In this course, students also study to use simulation tools such as MATLAB and Simulink for computer-aided design, analysis and simulation.
      Through this course, students are expected to establish basic concept for dynamic feedback control and master some basic tools for linear feedback system analysis and synthesis. This course is an important course in information and control area of aerospace engineering.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should
      understand the concepts of feedback, dynamic systems, stability, steady state and dynamic performance;
      1.master the modeling method for linear dynamic systems;
      2.have the ability to analyze stability, steady state and dynamic performance of a control system using mathematic tools in time domain, complex domain and frequency domain;
      3.have the ability to design a control system to meet stability, steady state and dynamic performance specifications with related knowledge such as ODE, transfer function, root locus and frequency response, so and so forth…
    • Schedule:
    • Topics / Credit hours / Teaching methodology / Tasks / Intended learning outcomes / Assessment methods

      1.Chap1:Inroduction to Feedback Control / 2 / Lecture / Homework by individual and discussion in class / Can understand the concept of feedback / Homework and Exam
      2.Chap2: Dynamic Models / 6 / Lecture / Homework by individual and discussion in class / Can write ODE for dynamic systems / Homework and Exam
      3.Chap3: Dynamic Response / 12 / Lecture / Homework by individual and discussion in class / Can analyze stability and time-domain specifications with transfer function / Homework and Exam
      4.Chap4: Properties of Feedback / 10 / Lecture / Homework by individual and discussion in class / Can understand properties of feedback and control of steady and dynamic performance / Homework and Exam
      5.Chap5: The Root-Locus Design / 12 / Lecture / Homework by individual and discussion in class / Can design control system using Root-Locus method to meet stability, steady and dynamic requirements / Homework and Exam
      6.Chap6: The Frequency-Response Design / 12 / Lecture / Homework by individual and discussion in class / Can design control system using Frequency-Response method to meet stability, steady and dynamic requirements / Homework and Exam
      7.Experiments / 6 / Experiment / finish experiment report / Can establish model and design position and speed control for rotary servo unit / Experiment and Report
      8.Mini-project / 4 / Presentation andDiscussion / finish mini-project report / Can design control system and do the simulation for a simplified aero-plane model / Presentation, Discussion and Report
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    • Yang Yongsheng
    • Associate Professor
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    • ysyang@sjtu.edu.cn
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    College Mathematics, College Physics,

  • Textbooks:

    Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems
  • Grading:

    Homework (5%)
    Experiments -3 times (15%)
    Mid-Term Exam (15%)
    Min-Project (15%)
    Final-Exam (50%)
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