Application of feedback analysis and design to mechanical, thermal, electrical and fluid systems, including classical control theory in the frequency and time domains. Stability; performance; methods based on Bode and root-locus diagrams. Representation in state space and basic state space design

**Instructor:**

- B. Goodwine
- Office: 367 Fitzpatrick
- Email:
*goodwine@controls.ame.nd.edu* - Office hours: Tuesdays, 8:00 - 10:00pm

- Wei Wang
- Office hours: Monday, 2:00 - 3:00
- Office: 321 Cushing
- Wang.102@nd.edu
- Baoyang Deng
- Office: B22 Fitzpatrick
- Email:
*bdeng2@nd.edu* - Yanto Go
- Office: B28 Fitzpatrick
- Email:
*ygo@nd.edu* - Michael Cochran
- Office: 300 Cushing
- Email:
*mcochran@nd.edu* - Biao Zhang
- Office:
- Email:
*zbiao@nd.edu*

- Syllabus
- Introduction to feedback control from first lecture.
- Course objectives.
- Table of Laplace Transforms.
- Properties of Lapalce Transforms.
- Exam 1 from Spring 2000 (ps pdf).
- Exam 1 from Spring 2002 (ps pdf).
- Guidelines and instructions for taking a computer exam.
- Exam 2 from Spring 2000
- Exam 2 from Spring 2002

- Homework 1, due Wednesday, January 23, 2002. Sample code in C, Mathematica and Matlab is available. Solutions (ps pdf).
- Homework 2, due Wednesday, January 30, 2002. Solutions (pdf) page 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
- Homework 3, due Wednesday, February 6, 2002. Sample code. Solutions (ps pdf).
- Homework 4, due Wednesday, February 13, 2002. Solutions (ps pdf).
- Homework 5, due Wednesday, February 20, 2002. Solutions (ps pdf).
- Homework 6, due Wednesday, March 6, 2002. Preliminary solutions (ps pdf).
- Homework 7, due Wednesday, March 27, 2002. (ps pdf.)
- Homework 8, due Friday, April 5, 2002. Preliminary solutions (ps pdf).
- Homework 9, due Wednesday, April 24, 2002. Solutions (ps pdf).
- Homework 10, due Wednesday, April May 1, 2002.

- A controls tutorial for Matlab.
- CMU Matlab Page (lots of information).
- MathWorks Web Site.
- Simulink tutorial.

- California PATH project and their current research.
- Center for Dynamics and Control of Smart Structures (Harvard) and their current research.
- Intelligent Servosystems Laboratory (University of Maryland) and their current research areas.
- Honeywell Sensing and Control.

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