ME 451-Control Systems, Spring 2010
Midterm #2 will be given on Friday April 9.
- You can bring hand written cheat sheets (2 pages) for Exam 2. Xerox copied cheat sheets are NOT allowed.
Midterm #2 will cover the material in Chapter 4: System Responses, Chapter 5: Control System Characteristics, Chapter 6: Stability Analysis, and Chapter 7: Root Locus Analysis and Design.
- A simulink file to generate a step response.
- Midterm exam 1 will be held on Friday Feb 19th.
- It will cover up to the hw due by Wed Feb 17th.
- You can bring a 1 page (one sideded) cheat sheet for Exam 1.
- Laplace Tranformation Table will be given if it is necessary.
- Quiz Statistics: Mean=24.67857 and Std=5.2638.
- HW2 is posted.
- There will be a math quiz on Friday 1/22.
- HW1 and Old math quiz examples are posted.
Instructor: Jongeun Choi, Assisntant Professor
2459 Engineering Building
East Lansing, MI 48824, Phone: (517)-432-3164
M W F: 12:40pm-1:30pm, 2245 Engineering Building
M W F 10:10-11:00pm, 2459 Engineering Building, Extra hours can be arranged
Laboratory Instructor: Professor C. J. Radcliffe
2445 Engineering Building
East Lansing, MI 48824, Phone: (517)-355-5198
TA for Homework: Jeffrey Striker Email: strick69 at egr.msu.edu
TA will grade homework and other TAs are available during laboratory sessions to help students with
modeling of dynamic systems. Standard feedback control formulation. Transient
and sinusoidal steady-state analysis. Time and frequency domain controller
Feedback Control Systems,
C. L. Phillips and R. D. Harbor, Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2000, ISBN 0-13-949090-6
- Modern Control Systems, Richard C. Dorf and Robert H. Bishop, 11th edition, 2008 Pearson Education Inc.
- Modern Control Engineering, Katsuhiko Ogata, Prentice Hall.
- Control Systems Engineering, Norman S. Nise, fifth edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc,
Handouts and Notes
- [1-11-10] Lecture 0, Course information, complex numbers and logarithm.
- [1-13-10] Lecture 1, Introduction to feedack control.
- [1-15-10] Lecture 2 Laplace transform.
- Lecture 2 (old version) Laplace transform
- Lecture 3, ODE solution using Laplace transform
- [1-20-10]Lecture 4, Transfer function, modeling of electrical systems.
- Lecture 4, electric circuit
- [1-25-10]Lecture 6, Block diagrams.
- Lecture 5, Modeling of mechanical systems.
- [2-1-10] Lecture 5
- quarter car model 1
- Lecture 7, Linearization
- [2-3-10] Lecture 7
- Additional linearization note from Dr. Radcliffe.
- Lecture 8, Modeling of DC motors
- [2-5-10] Lecture 8 complete notes
- [2-8-10 ]Lecture 12, Time domain specifications.
- [2-10-10]]Lecture 13, Steady state error.
- [2-12-10]Lecture 14, Time respnose of 1st order systems.
- [2-15-10]Lecture 15, Time response of 2nd oder systems.
- [2-24-10]Lecture 9, Stability
- Lecture 10, Routh Hurwitz criterion.
- [2-26-10]Lecture 10, complete notes
- Lecture 11, Routh Hurwitz criterion: Control examples.
- [3-1-10]Lecture 11 complete notes
- [3-3-10]Lecture 16, Root locus,
- [3-15-10]Lecture 17, Root locus: examples.
- [3-17-10]]Lecture 18, Root locus: sketch of proofs.
- [3-19-10]Lecture 19, Root locus, multiple parameter design.
- [3-21-10]Lecture 20, Root locus, lead compensator design.
- [3-23-10]]Lecture 21, Root locus, Lag compensator, Lead-lag compensator design.
- [3-26-10]Lecture 22, Frequency response
- [4-14-10]]Lecture 23, Bode plots.
- [4-16-10]]Lecture 24, Bode plots.
- [4-19-10] Relative stability.
- [4-21-23-10]]Frequency response controller desgin (written by Dr. Radcliffe)
- [4-23-10]matlab file
Final Exam(comprehensive) 25%
- Homework will be done in one week from the day it is assigned.
- laboratory attendance and a minimum of 70% lab grade in the laboratory reports will be required to pass the course.