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Lecture 39 – Wednesday, Dec. 12 2.004 Fall ’07 2.004: overview Modeling of systems – Mechanical – Electrical – Electro-mechanical • In addition: fluidic, thermal, acoustic, pneumatic, biological, chemical, optical, … Control of systems – Feedback control of transients (speed, overshoot, steady-state error) – Frequency response (resonance, filters)
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Lecture 39 – Wednesday, Dec. 12 2.004 Fall ’07 2.004: tools Laplace transform Linear time-invariant systems / transfer functions Root Locus technique for pole placement Compensators: PI, PD, PID, Lead, Lag, Lead-Lag State space Frequency response / Bode plots
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Lecture 39 – Wednesday, Dec. 12
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Unformatted text preview: 2.004 Fall ’07 2.004: what’s next • Elective classes – 2.12 Introduction to Robotics [Asada] – 2.14 Analysis and design of feedback control systems [Slotine] – 2.167 Hands-on marine robotics [Hover] – 2.71 Optics [Barbastathis] • Research involving controls and feedback systems – Robotics (Asada, Dubowsky, Hover, Leonard, Slotine, Youcef-Toumi) – Instrumentation (Barbastathis, Hunter, So) – Neural engineering (Hogan, Slotine) – Bioengineering (Gossard, Kamm, Lang, So) – Micro & nanoscale engineering (Barbastathis, Culpepper, Kim) – Precision engineering (Culpepper, Slocum, Trumper)...
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