Classical Control Theory

Description

Introduction to the concepts of systems signals and Automatic Control, (brief historical review, basic structure of feedback control, examples) - Mathematical concepts and tools for the study of continuous and discrete time signals and systems. (Laplace transform, z-transform, applications, block diagrams and signal flow graphs) - Classification of signals and systems. Continuous and discrete time signals and systems - Time invariance, linearity - Classical analysis of systems and control in the time and frequency domains - Linear time invariant single-input, single-output systems described by ordinary, linear diferential equations - Input output relation and the transfer function description of a linear time invariant system - Free forced and total response of systems in the time domain - Stability of linear time invariant systems and algebraic stability criteria - Routh test for stability - Frequency response of linear time invariant systems - Closed loop systems - Root locus - Nyquist stability Criterion - Stabilizability and Stabilization of systems via precompensation and output feedback - Synthesis of controlers and paraperisation of stabilising controlers.

Course Coordinators

Books: 
Εισαγωγή στην Μαθηματική Θεωρία Σημάτων, Συστημάτων και Ελέγχου, Τόμος Α. Κλασσική Θεωρία Ελέγχου του Α. Βαρδουλάκη.
Περί Συστημάτων Ελέγχου : Εισαγωγικό Εγχειρίδιο της Σύγχρονης Θεωρίας Συστημάτων Ελέγχου του Α. Πουλιέζου.
Συστήματα Αυτόματου Ελέγχου, Τόμος Α του Β. Πετρίδη.
Σύγχρονα Συστήματα Αυτόματου Ελέγχου των R.C. Dorf, R.H. Bishop.
Semester: 
Units: 
3
Credit Units (ECTS): 
5.5
Hours: 
3ώρες
ID: 
0433
Course Type: 
X