Definition, analysis and control of linear-time-invariant discrete-time systems.
State space modelisation of linear (continuous and discrete time) systems.
State space modelisation and linearisation of non linear systems.
Design a pole placement controller using the polynomial approach.
Understand the implementation constraints.
CM : 30h
Performances of sampled-time systems
System description in state space
Different state space representations (controllable, modal ..)
Solution to state space equations
Properties (nonuniqueness, stability, controllability, observability)
Definition of the sensitivity functions
Definition of performance and robustness criteria
The polynomial approach to the pole placement problem
Implementation of digital controllers (prefiltering, computation time, controller realizations, quantification)
Limitations due to actuators/sensors (anti windup)
Analysis of disturbance effects
Analysis of modelling uncertainties, robustness
Technical sessions (PW) 12h + Computer sessions 18h.Prerequisites
M6 + module intégrateur de 1A
ER Assessment: 3 hours supervised written exam + MCQ
EN Assessment : BE : summary reports, oral defense with slides, Lab reports (TP)
EN est composée de 40% x Note de TP + 60% Note de BE.
BE's mark is based on the work carried out during the sessions, on the summary reports and on an oral presentation with slides.
The TP mark is based on the work carried out during the sessions and on the lab reports.
If distant learning is mandatory:
The evaluation will be identical to the face-to-face teaching. Except for the supervised homework which will be replaced by homework in limited time. The oral defense will be replaced by presentation with soundtrack and the practical work will be replaced by the BE based on the simulated system instead of the real system.
Second session : EN assessment : retaking this assessment is not possible.
ER 50% + EN 50%
The course exists in the following branches:the course schedule for 2020-2021
Course ID : 4EUS3AUT
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Date of update February 8, 2017