Control Systems Analysis and Design 401

Control Systems engineering is all about plant and processes (systems) - how they behave when subjected to certain inputs (system response) and how to get them to do what we want (system control). Control Systems Analysis and Design 401 addresses techniques for design of common industrial controllerss.

Accordion / FAQ component

NFQ level 7 in Engineering or related discipline. Applicants with other qualifications and/or with relevant experience may also be considered through ATU Sligo’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process.

On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;

 
1.Apply physics-based and System Identification techniques to obtain Laplace Transform models of first and second order systems
 
2.Obtain a root locus plot and understand its role in control system design and analysis
 
3.Understand the concept of frequency response and its role in control system design
 
4.Apply various design techniques to design of PID and Digital PID controllers
 
5.Use appropriate software for computer aided design, simulation, testing and analysis of the control design strategies outlined.
 
6.Write a professional report on the process of modelling, analysis and control system design applied to practical project work.

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