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Automatic Control

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FRTF05 - Automatic Control, Basic Course for FIPi

Reglerteknik, allmän kurs för FIPi, 7.5 hp

Syllabus

 CEQ reports  

This course is scheduled for the first spring quarter period. The lectures are given in Swedish, but most material is also available in English. The course code was earlier FRT010.


News

The exam on August 24, 14.00-19.00, will be a normal exam on campus, room MA:8. 

 

 

Tentavisning: Due to the current situation, the exam viewing may not be held on-site. Instead, it will happen according to the following steps, in order to reduce the work load involved:

  1. If you would like to see your score received per task, email emil.vladu@control.lth.se
  2. If, further, you would like to hear about the errors made, this will be done across Zoom on April 9-10. The Zoom meeting ID is 667636904. The sign up poll is now closed.
  3. If, after such a meeting, you would still like to go through the exam yourself, scanning, although time-consuming, could be arranged.

For those of you who are not in urgent need to view your exams, a viewing on-site could be arranged in the future when things have settled. Thank you for your understanding.

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Here is the recent exam 2020-03-17 with solutions.

The exam has been graded. The results  have be entered in Ladok and should be available for you now.

The results were very good. But this has been a very good year of students (and teachers of course...). This was also noticed in the course Reglerteori. So you (we) well deserve it and I am not that surprised !

Old News

Course Plan

A detailed program of the course is found in the Course Program 2020

The additional course Control Theory (3hp) is recommended for students wanting more theory. First lecture: Thursday 30/1 15.15-17 in M:2112B (control seminar room).

Laboratory Exercises

The course have three mandatory laboratory exercises given in course weeks 2-3, 4-5, and 6-7 respectively. There is also a voluntary computer exercise in course week 3. You need to sign up for all of the labs, and we also recommend you sign up for the computer exercise. See below for the sign-up system and for when the sign-up opens and closes for the different activities.

The lab exercises and computer exercise take place in Automatic Control's lab rooms, which are located at the ground floor of M-huset (to the right when entering).

Lab Sign-up System (Link)
Note: When the sign-up for an activity closes the lists might be taken down. Take a note of your chosen time!

Sign-up Lab 1: Opens up course week 1
Sign-up Computer Exercise: Opens up course week 2
Sign-up Lab 2: Opens course week 3 (responsible: tommi.nylander@control.lth.se)
Sign-up Lab 3: Open course week 5 (responsible: johan.gronqvist@control.lth.se)

If you can't register for the first lab it is probably because you are not properly registered for the course. Contact mika@control.lth.se and we will help you sort that out.

The material for the computer exercise is in the exercise book, chapter 9. An English translation of the computer exercise is available here.

Literature

There is a collection of lecture notes that covers the course: (Swe) / (Eng).

There is a booklet with a collection of problems and solutions: (Swe) / (Eng).

The guidelines for the laborations are given in

Laboration 1 (Swe) / (Eng)
Laboration 2 (Swe) / (Eng)
Laboration 3 (Swe) / (Eng)

There is a collection of common results and formulae (formelsamling) (Swe) / (Eng) that also can be used on the examination.

The Swedish versions of the course material are sold at KFS.

The course is based on the books Reglerteori by Karl J. Åström
and Reglerteknik - Grundläggande teori by T Glad och L Ljung.
For further reading use for instance: Feedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers by K J Åström and R Murray available for free fulltext download.

Lecture slides

These slides do not exactly match what is presented at the lecture (I mostly use the blackboard) , but it is a good approximation.

 Lecture 1 material:

 

Lecture 2

Lecture 3

Lecture 4

Lecture 5

Lecture 6

Lecture 7

Lecture 8

Lecture 9

Lecture 10

Lecture 11

Lecture 12

Lecture 13

Lecture 14, see Ch 14 in Lecture notes

Lecture 15  exam March 2008, solutions

Other material

Here is some math repetition material that helps you prepare for the course

Old exams together with solutions are also available.

There is an error in the solutions to the exam Aug 2018. The phase margin on problem 6b should be 100 degrees. Sorry about that.

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.

Here is a Swedish-English Control dictionary

 

Some bonus material:

A short introduction video to control

Nice description of impact of control technology in different fields

Here is a fun robot-biking clip. This is another impressive robot clip. 

TED-talk on quadrocopters

Flying camera on a leash

Lecture 5: Flyball governor

Lecture 7: Bicycle stabilization

Lecture 10: Boeing MCAS SystemSpeed estimator

Lecture 11: Lag design and lead design examples

Leture 13: Design of ball process (outer loop)

 

Computer tools

There is a set of Interacting Learning Modules for use in learning Automatic Control. See

Control Tutorials for Matlab

Here are some fun control programming challenges you can try

Videos

Here are some short videos on topics from the course. These videos are in Swedish.

 

Also check out the Matlab videos on Bode diagrams

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