• 8 Pages PID Tuning Methods-Automation Study with MathCad-a
    PID Tuning Methods-Automation Study With MathCad-a

    School: Calvin

    PID Tuning Methods An Automatic PID Tuning Study with MathCad Neil Kuyvenhoven Calvin College ENGR. 315 December 19, 2002 Abstract There are several methods for tuning a PID controller. This paper takes a qualitative look at three common methods, wi

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    Lab1

    School: Calvin

    ENGR 315 MATLAB / SIMULINK - Laboratory # 1 Introduction to MATLAB / Simulink Objectives: 1 To help students to become familiar with MATLAB (Control Systems Toolbox) and Simulink simulation capabilities . 2 - To practice the implementation of contro

  • 9 Pages temperature-control-pid
    Temperature-control-pid

    School: Calvin

    1 A Study On PID Temperature Control For ENGR 315, Control Systems T. VanDerPuy, Non-IEEE Member Abstract-This paper focuses on an in depth study of industrial temperature controllers, their use in a workplace environment, some terms and options as

  • 13 Pages Phase Locked Loop Design
    Phase Locked Loop Design

    School: Calvin

    Phase Locked Loop Design Matt Knoll Engineering 315 Introduction What is a PLL? Control System Representation Parts of a PLL PLL in Simulink What is a PLL? Digital frequency control system Generate high speed oscillations Acquire and track s

  • 9 Pages Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Control Systems
    Fuzzy Logic And Fuzzy Control Systems

    School: Calvin

    FUZZY LOGIC AND FUZZY LOGIC SUN TRACKING CONTROL RYAN JOHNSON DECEMBER 17, 2002 CALVIN COLLEGE ENGR315A ABSTRACT: Fuzzy logic is a rule-based decision process that seeks to solve problems where the system is difficult to model and where ambiguity or

  • 22 Pages Cruise Control
    Cruise Control

    School: Calvin

    Cruise Control Karen Lie Engr 315 Outline Introduction to Cruise Control CC Modeling CC Simulation Introduction to Adaptive Control ACC Modeling ACC Simulation Cruise Control System Input: buttons on the steering wheel, brake, clutch, ga

  • 2 Pages lab-4-handout-a
    Lab-4-handout-a

    School: Calvin

    ENGR 315 MATLAB / SIMULINK - Laboratory # 4 Mathematical Models of Systems Objectives: Study the performance of Feedback Control Systems. Effects of a third pole on the second-order system response. Equipment: Computer Lab PC Resources: 1 - Modern Co

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