School of engineering in Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics & Materials
This course address the fundamentals of continuous automatic control theory and deals with the main basic tools used in this discipline.
The aim is to provide students with the necessary theoretical and methodological elements in applied physics that will be useful to them as engineers.
Courses and Tutorials (24)
Study variation, total differential, Laplace transform, block diagrams, transfer function, open loop, closed loop
Time and harmonic responses, Bode, Nyquist and Black plots, basic systems (gain, integrator, 1st and 2nd order, delay)
Stability (graphics criteria, Nyquist), static error, dynamic and speed
4 Control system design
Proportional controller, integral (PI, phase delay), derived (PD, leading), PID
5 Introduction to nonlinear systems
First harmonic method, phase plane method.
Lab sessions (12h)
1 Lightning control (analog hardware plant, signal generator, multimeter, oscilloscope)
System identification, open-loop study, Bode plot, step responses, static errors (first and second order), proportional and integral controller
2 Simulation of a hot air balloon control using Simulink software
Time and harmonic responses, Bode, Nyquist and Black plots, controller design, nonlinear control
Final exam (2h)(E) + reports on the practical work(TP).
The course exists in the following branches:
M. Rivoire, J.L. Ferrier : Cours d'automatique T2. Asservissements, régulation, commande analogique (Eyrolles, 1990).
Date of update June 30, 2020