LG4157/SYS5100: Modern Control Engineering (2019)
Course Outline
Textbooks: Control Systems
Engineering, Norman S. Nise; Modern Control Systems,
Dorf
Lecture:
Tuesday (19:00-22:00)
DGD: Friday (16:00-17:30) MRT205
Lab:
Thursday 19:00-22:00
CBY B402
Instructor: Riadh Habash (rhabash@site.uottawa.ca)
TAs
Omar Alburaiki: oalbu060@uottawa.ca
Surabhi Upadhyay: supad061@uottawa.ca
Vibhor Rana: vrana063@uottawa.ca
Teachers need to prepare the space and then step back and facilitate.
Maria Montessori
Course Progressing
Date |
Activity |
January 08 |
(Introduction to Control Systems) (Modeling in the Frequency Domain) (Modeling
in the Time Domain)
Case/Lab Proposal Example |
January 11 |
Lab
ELG4157 Group 1: Introduction to (MATLAB) (SIMULINK)
SYS5100: (MATLAB) (SIMULINK) (Task1) (Task2) |
January 12 | DGD: State Space Control |
January 16 |
(Design via State Space 1)(Design via State Space 2)(Design via State Space 3) Modeling and Simulation for Golf Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Control System |
January 18 |
Lab
ELG4157 Group 2: Introduction to (MATLAB) (SIMULINK)
SYS5100: (MATLAB) (SIMULINK) (Task1) (Task2) |
January 19 | DGD: State Space Theory and Modeling |
January 22 |
(Design via State Space 1)(Design
via State Space 2)(Design via State Space
3) Average State Space: DC to DC Converters Case/Lab Proposal State Space Battery Modeling; Hybrid Electric Vehicle Modeling and Simulation |
January 24, 25 |
Lab ELG4157 Group 1: Demonstrate Submission 1 of the Case study Investigate the topic before coming to the lab Demonstrate the work to the TA Lab (SYS5100): Project Proposal Conduct literature review to find a topic for your project. |
January 25 |
DGD: (DGD 3; DGD 4: Chapter 11). Problems (Lecture 7)(More) |
January 29 |
(Design via State Space 1)(Design
via State Space 2)(Design via State Space
3) Average State Space: DC to DC Converters Modeling Motors: Brushless DC Motor; How BLDC Works? Modeling Supercapacitors: Simulate the Model Generated Example for Simulating DC to DC Converter Modeling Rotating Machines Realization of the Feedback Circuit |
January 31; February 01 |
Lab ELG4157 Group 2: Demonstrate Submission 1 of the Case
study Investigate the topic before coming to the lab Demonstrate the work to the TA Lab (SYS5100): Project Progress |
February 01 | DGD 3: Test 1 |
February 05 | Lecture: (Robust Control Systems); Activity on Analog Position Control; PID; Encoders, Case Study |
February 07, 08 | Lab: Case/Lab2 |
February 08 | DGD: Robust Control Systems; DGD |
February 12 | Lecture: (Robust Control Systems); Activity on Analog Position Control; PID; Encoders, Case Study |
February 14, 15 | Lab: Case/Lab2 |
February 15 | DGD: Problems |
February 26 | Lecture: (Robust Control Systems); Activity on Analog Position Control; PID; Encoders, Case Study |
February 28, March 01 | Lab: Case/Lab2 |
March 01 | DGD |
March 05 | Lecture: Realizing controllers and final comments on Case 2; System Science Project Presentations |
March 07, 08 | Demonstration of Case/Lab2 |
March 08 | Test 2 |
March 12 | Lecture: Digital Control Systems; Lead Compensator Example; Case Study; The Transportation Lag |
March 14, 15 |
Lab: Case/Lab 3 |
March 15 | DGD1: Ch13; DGD2 |
March 19 | Lecture: Digital Control Systems; Lead Compensator Example; Case Study; The Transportation Lag |
March 21, 22 | Lab: Case/Lab 3 |
March 22 | DGD |
March 26 | Lecture: Digital Control Systems; Lead Compensator Example; Case Study; The Transportation Lag |
March 28, 29 | Demonstration of Case/Lab 3 |
March 29 | DGD |
April 02 | Test 3 |
April 20 | Paper: Read the Guidelines IEEE Transactions Paper as an Example |