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Course Name
Turkish Sistem Dinamiği ve Kontrol
English System Dynamics and Control
Course Code
MAK 333 Credit Lecture
Semester -
4 4 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Bülent Bölat
Course Objectives 1.To provide basic knowledge on system dynamics and automatic control to mechanical engineering students
2.To introduce basic controller design methods with a curriculum enriched by application examples
Course Description Introduction to system dynamics and control, Transfer function of linear systems. Linearization, Transient response analysis, Stability analysis, Basic control algorithms and structures, PID tuning methods, Frequency response analysis, Basic controller design methods and examples.
Course Outcomes I. Learn general knowledge on control system structure
II. Modeling and analysis of dynamical systems
III. Transient response analysis of linear systems
IV. Application of basic control algorithms and PID tuning methods
V. Stability analysis of the system
VI. Learn basic design methods of frequency response
VII. Set up controller design experience based on industrial application examples
Pre-requisite(s) MAT 201 or MAT 201E
Required Facilities
Textbook Richard C. Dorf, Robert H. Bishop, 1998, Modern Control Systems, Addison Wesley.
Other References Katsuhiko Ogata, 1997, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall.
Norman S. Nise, 2000, Control Systems Engineering, John Wiley&Sons, Inc..
Benjamin C. Kuo, Farid Golnaraghi, 1991, Automatic Control Systems, John Wiley&Sons, Inc..
Franklin Powell, Emami Naeimi, 1991, Feedback Control of Dynamics Systems, Addison Wesley.
N. Özdaş, T. Dinibütün, A. Kuzucu, 1998, Otomatik Kontrol Temelleri, Birsen.
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