ECE 238 Advanced Control Design Laboratory Spring 2010 Course Syllabus Description This is a project-based course in digital control. We will cover a variety of topics rel-evant and typical to real-world control implementations: sampling, ﬁlters, digital con-trol design, and a variety of non-linear dynamic effects (saturation, slew rates, friction, backlash, etc.). Typical projects include inverted pendulum swing up and stabilization, pendubot control, a chaotic bouncing ball, a maglev device, and a balancing seesaw. Additional student-designed options are certainly possible (and encouraged!), but you must demonstrate working hardware by the mid-term review to continue work on any project using equipment that is not already in the Control Lab (HFH 3120A). Instructor Prof. Katie Byl ([email protected]) Room 5115, Harold Frank Hall Lecture Monday and Wednesday, noon-1:50pm, in HFH 3120A (Controls Lab). Lab
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Harold Frank Hall, Control Design Laboratory, HFH 3120A