|Theory of automatic control|
The course provides knowledge of fundamental principles of electromechanical systems control; main types of automatic control; forms of mathematical description of systems; time and frequency characteristics of systems and their components; methods of systems control quality analysis and systems synthesis of the desired characteristics.
Course objectives: to build students’ theoretical and practical skills on fundamental principles of ACS control and algorithms of their operation, basic rules for mathematical description of separate elements and systems as a whole, the ability to determine their properties on the basis of time and frequency characteristics, to assess the quality of systems control and also to conduct the synthesis of systems with the desired quality control in steady-state and transient operation.
The total scope of the course for postgraduate engineering education constitutes 20 hours: lectures - 10 hours, lab works - 5 hours, individual tasks - 5 hours. The course consists of 5 lectures, 2 laboratory works using the National Instrument educational platform with the «DC Motor» board and individual tasks.