AUTOMATIC CONTROL | FRT602 |

**Aim**

The aim of the course is to give the student basic knowledge in Automatic Control

and a good understanding of basic system principles.and implentation aspects

of PLC based automation systems and analog control systems

*Knowledge and understanding*

For a passing grade the student must

- be able to describe fundamental concepts such as dynamic systems,

time reponses, frequency responses, feedback and stability - be able to explain the functionality of simple controllers such as PID controllers
- be able to derive mathematical descriptions of basic physical systems

*Skills and abilities*

For a passing grade the student must

- be able to construct PLC programs for simple automation tasks
- be able to design controllers for simple control tasks

**Contents**

- Introduction. Examples of automation systems and control systems.

Definitions and fundamental concepts. - Logic-based vs sequence-based systems. Structuring of simple automation tasks.
- Progamming of PLC systems. Ladder diagrams and sequential function charts (GRAFCET)
- Dynamic systems. Description by differential equations. Laplace transforms.

Transfer functions. Block diagrams. Derivation of mathematical descriptions of physical models - Analysis of time-continuous systems. Transient analysis. Frequency analysis.
- Analysis of feedback systems. Static control error and load disturbances.

Methods for stability analysis - Design of PI and PID controllers

**Literature**

Schmidtbauer, B: Analog och digital reglerteknik. Studentlitteratur AB 1997. ISBN: 9789144266022.

Lennartson, T: Analog och digital reglerteknik, övningsbok. Studentlitteratur 1995. ISBN: 9789144269429.

Supplied material.