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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process Unit 1: Introduction Engineering 5821: Control Systems I Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science Memorial University of Newfoundland January 16, 2009 ENGI 5821 Unit 1
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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process 1 Introduction What is this course about? Example Control Systems Why use Control Systems? Control Systems: Old and New 2 System Configurations 2 Measuring Performance 2 Case Study 2 The Design Process ENGI 5821 Unit 1
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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process What is this course about? Example Control Systems Why use Control Systems? Control Systems: Old and New What is this course about? Control systems. .. ENGI 5821 Unit 1
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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process What is this course about? Example Control Systems Why use Control Systems? Control Systems: Old and New What is this course about? Control systems. ..But what’s a control system? ENGI 5821 Unit 1
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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process What is this course about? Example Control Systems Why use Control Systems? Control Systems: Old and New What is this course about? Control systems. ..But what’s a control system? A control system drives some process to a desired output ENGI 5821 Unit 1
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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process What is this course about? Example Control Systems Why use Control Systems? Control Systems: Old and New What is this course about? Control systems. ..But what’s a control system? A control system drives some process to a desired output The input usually represents the desired response of the system, but is often in a different form than the output (the actual response) ENGI 5821 Unit 1
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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process What is this course about? Example Control Systems Why use Control Systems? Control Systems: Old and New What is this course about? Control systems. ..But what’s a control system? A control system drives some process to a desired output The input usually represents the desired response of the system, but is often in a different form than the output (the actual response) e.g. input: Press an elevator button giving the desired floor response: After some time the elevator reaches a particular height ENGI 5821 Unit 1
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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process What is this course about? Example Control Systems Why use Control Systems? Control Systems: Old and New ENGI 5821 Unit 1
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Introduction System Configurations Measuring Performance Case Study The Design Process What is this course about?
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