Reglerteknik, allmän kurs för CMN, 7.5 hp
This course is scheduled for the 2nd autumn quarter period. The lectures are given in Swedish, but most material is also available in English.
Due to the pandemic, the exercises will not be performed on campus as planned, and as stated in the course program. At least during the first two weeks, the exercises will be performed remotely. More information and links to the exercises are given in Canvas.
All information about the course, and communication between teachers and students are handled using the Canvas page
A detailed program of the course is found in the Course Plan
Sign-up System (Link)
Note: When the sign-up for an activity closes the lists will be taken down. Take a note of your chosen time!
Important: If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 (see symptom list in Swedish or English) at the time of your booked laboratory session, you must not attend it. In this case, contact the lab responsible by e-mail as soon as possible, and we will find a new time for you to perform the laboratory exercise.
Sign-up Lab 1: 2 Nov Oct to 8 Nov
Sign-up Lab 2: 9 Nov to 16 Nov
Sign-up Lab 3: 23 Nov to 30 Nov
If you need to change your chosen time, contact the assistant that is responsible for the lab. You find the information in the course program.
The guidelines for the laborations are given in
The Swedish versions of the course material are sold at KFS.
The course material and further reading is also provided by the following books: Reglerteknik - Grundläggande teori by T Glad and L Ljung, Reglerteknikens grunder by B Lennartson, and Feedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers by K J Åström and R Murray. The last book can be downloaded here.
Old exams together with solutions are also available.
You can download Bode diagrams in pdf-format to print out and draw your own Bode diagrams. When printing, don't forget to set page format to A4 in Acroreads print setup.
- There is a set of Interacting Learning Modules for use in learning Automatic Control.
- Control Tutorials for Matlab includes examples on Cruise Control, DC Motor, Bus Suspension, Inverted pendulum. You will need access to Matlab on your computer.
Here are some short videos on topics from the course. The videos are in Swedish.