Products and systems are changing continuously with the emergence of new technologies and with the need to meet new and varied customer demands.
This course makes future Design Engineers aware of issues related to the design of control strategies for embedded systems. Mass production, limited computing resources and changes in operating conditions all require designing robust control systems with high performance and low complexity.
The course also enables students to discover, understand and implement control algorithms in a micro-processor.
The student is able to:
Students will develop the necessary skills through a number of different activities.
12h CM + 12h TD (using a simulated system) + 8h TP (using a real system)
(Lectures = 12 hours / Tutorials = 12 hours / Practical work = 8 hours)
• The course mechatronics systems control contains both theoretical and experimental approaches. Keeping in mind theory learnt during the course, students will handle equipment so as to better understand the ins and outs of certain means and methods of experimental control and analysis systems.
note UE : 30% TD + 30% TP + 40% DS
The course exists in the following branches:
Mechatronic Systems: Fundamentals. Rolf Isermann (2005).
Feedback Control Theory. Doyle et al. (1990).
Date of update June 5, 2015