ME 598 KAW - Special Topics - Appl Ctrl Sys Design*Analysis
Subject offerings of new and developing areas of knowledge in mechanical engineering intended to augment the existing curriculum. See Class Schedule or departmental course information for topics and prerequisites. Course Information: May be repeated in the same or separate terms if topics vary.
This course will cover graduate-level control system design methods for multi-input multi-output linear dynamic systems. Specific topics include: Advanced design and analysis of control systems by state-space methods: classical control review, Laplace transforms, review of linear algebra (vector space, change of basis, diagonal and Jordan forms), linear dynamic systems (modes, stability, controllability, state feedback, observability, observers, canonical forms, output feedback, separation principle and decoupling), nonlinear dynamic systems (stability, Lyapunov methods). Frequency domain analysis of multivariable control systems using singular values. State space control system design methods: state feedback, observer feedback, pole placement, linear optimal control and the robust servomechanism. Robustness theory and analyzing the sensitivity to knowing model parameters. Control design and analysis exercises will be used to reinforce learning of the theory with Matlab-based CAD (comp
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Course Level: Graduate