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PID
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It is not always possible to model the plant of a system by mathematical equations. So, it is not alway
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Frequency-response analysis Chapter 8
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Frequency response
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Introduction
Frequency response refers to the steady state response of a system to a sinusoidal input. In frequency-response methods, we vary the frequency of
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Control system design via Root-locus method Chapter 7
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Design via Root Locus
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Performance specification
Control specifications include:
1) Transient response (overshoot and settling time) 2) Steady-state requirements
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Chapter 6 Root-locus Analysis
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Root Locus Analysis
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The Root Locus (RL) is the locus (i.e., location) of roots of the characteristic equation of the closed-loop system as a specific parameter (usually, ga
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Chapter 5 Transient and Steady-State response analysis
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System response
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In analyzing & designing control systems, we need a basis of comparison of performance. This basis is set up by specifying particul
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Mathematical modeling Chapter 3
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Mathematical modeling
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A mathematical model is a set of equations that represent the dynamics of the system accurately. k A system may be represented differently, u via di
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Control & Automation MECH 431
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Introduction
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People
Lecturer:
Dr. Daniel Asmar (da20@aub.edu.lb )
Lab instructor
Amer Keblawi (amk36@aub.edu.lb ) Nareg Karaoghlanian (nvk02@aub.edu.lb )
Graduate assistants
Roy Ab
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT
MECH 433 Control and Automation
Exam1 March 23rd, 2007
Time Allowed: 2 hours
Closed Book Two cheat sheets and a non-programmable calculators are allowed.
Test Rules
Test period = 120 minutes. Explain everything in order for
Mechanical Engineering Department American University of Beirut MECH 433 Assignment 5
From your textbook (K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2002) Chapter 8 problems: B-8-1, B-8-2, B-8-3, B-8-4, B-8-5, B-8-6, B-8-8, B-8-9, B
Mechanical Engineering Department American University of Beirut MECH 433 Assignment 4
From your textbook (K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2002) Chapter 7 problems: B-7-1, B-7-3, B-7-4, B-7-5, B7-6, B-7-8, B-7-9, B-7-10, B
Mechanical Engineering Department American University of Beirut MECH 433 Assignment 3
From your textbook (K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2002) Chapter 6 problems: B-6-1, to B-6-15
Mechanical Engineering Department American University of Beirut MECH 433 Assignment 2
From your textbook (K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2002) Chapter 3 problems: B-5-1, B-5-3, B-5-4, B-5-5, B-5-7, B-5-9,B-5-11,B-5-13, B
Mechanical Engineering Department American University of Beirut MECH 433 Assignment 1 Corrections
From your textbook (K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2002) Chapter 3 problems: B-3-1, B-3-2, B-3-4, B-3-6, B-3-9, B-3-13, B-
Mechanical Engineering Department American University of Beirut MECH 433 Assignment 1
From your textbook (K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall, 4th edition, 2002) Chapter 3 problems: B-3-1, B-3-2, B-3-4, B-3-6, B-3-9, B-3-13, B-3-15, B-3-17