|Type||Lecture (1 SWS) + Exercise (0,5 SWS)|
|Audience||Bachelor BIW, CIW |
Master BIW, CIW, PSE
The course which is taught in English covers the basic tools for the analysis and design of control systems: Stability definitions, frequency response, Nyquist criterion. SISO controller design: Relations of time domain and frequency domain responses, controller types, tuning rules for P/I/D-controllers, loop shaping, robustness. Stability criteria for feedback systems with static nonlinearities.
The students are able to analyse and to solve industrial single loop controller design problems for plants with predominantly linear dynamics. The students understand the basic trade-offs and limitations of controller performance and are able to choose a suitable controllers and to design them for given process dynamics as well as to analyse the reasons for controller malfunctions.
|Exam||Written (60 min) / Oral (30 min)|
|Preliminaries||Basic knowledge of dynamic systems and control as provided by the course Prozessdynamik und Regelung / Introduction to Process Dynamics and Control in the B.Sc. programs Bio- und Chemieingenieurwesen.|
|Literature||The slides of the course and any additional materials such as literature lists and website recommendations will be published in the virtual workrooms in Moodle provided for this purpose. Details will be announced at the beginning of the course.|
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