L1-2_control - CDS 110: Lecture 1.2 Applications of Control...

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CDS 110: Lecture 1.2 Applications of Control Richard M. Murray 29 September 2004 Goals: y Describe modern engineering environment for control y Survey engineering applications of control and key features y Provide information on CDS 110 sections; explain schedule process y Honor System discussion Reading (available on course web page): y Optional: R. Murray (ed), Control in an Information Rich World, 2003.
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29 Sep 04 R. M. Murray, Caltech 2 Control = Sensing + Computation + Actuation Sense Vehicle Speed Compute Control “Law” Actuate Gas Pedal In Feedback “Loop” Goals y Stability: system maintains desired operating point (hold steady speed) y Performance: system responds rapidly to changes (accelerate to 6 m/sec) y Robustness: system tolerates perturbations in dynamics (mass, drag, etc)
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29 Sep 04 R. M. Murray, Caltech 3 Modern Control System Components A/D Computer Controller Actuators Sensors System noise noise external disturbances Process Output Process Physical system, actuation, sensing
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L1-2_control - CDS 110: Lecture 1.2 Applications of Control...

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