EE-371 Control Systems I Laboratory Manual
Real-Time Control Laboratory
DR. H. Saadat
is introduced to the fundamentals of automatic control systems including the
analysis and design of control systems for various engineering applications.
Topics include modeling of physical systems using both transfer function and
state space models. System responses, performance and design criteria. Control
system characteristics, stability, sensitivity, steady state errors and
transient response. Stability analyses using Routh-Hurwitz, Root-locus, Nyquist,
and Bode methods. Lead and lag compensators and PID controllers design using
root-locus method. Frequency-response analysis. MATLAB and SIMULINK are used to
aid in the analysis and design of control systems.
laboratory work is designed to introduce the student to modern techniques needed
for the design and implementation of automatic control systems. The student is
first introduced to the basics of the MATLAB and SIMULINK used for the analysis
and simulation of the dynamic system, controller design and simulation of the
compensated system. Next, the student implements the developed control system in
one of the laboratory test bench, and control the system in real-time in
accordance to the design specifications.
Laboratory Schedule and Manual
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