MAK333E SYSTEM DYNAMICS AND CONTROL 20162017 Fall pdf
Instructors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kenan Kutlu
kutluk@itu.edu.tr – kkutlu@gmail.com
Grading Policy
 10% 2 Homeworks
 10% 1 Term Project
 40% 2 Midterm Exams
 40% Final
Rules
 It is compulsory to ATTEND at least 70% of the classes
 Copied or (suspiciously) similar Projects will get 0 pt.
 Late HW assignments will not be accepted.
 All enrolled students will take the same exams.
 Hw assignments and project will require MATLAB programming.
Textbooks
 Modern Control Engineering – OGATA – Prentice Hall
 Modern Control Systems  DorfBishop  Addison Wesley
Other References
 G.F. Franklin, J.D.Powell, A.E.Naeini, Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems,AddisonWesley,1994
 C.L.Phillips, R.D.Harbor, Feedback Control Systems, Prentice Hall, 1996
 Otomatik Kontrol Sistemleri, B.Kuo, Çeviren A.Bir, Literatür Yayınları
 Otomatik Kontrol Temelleri, Özdaş, Dinibütün, Kuzucu – Birsen
 Otomatik Kontrol, Frekans Cevabı ve Köklerin Geometrik Yeri – Hızal İTÜ
 Control Tutorials for Matlab: http://www.library.cmu.edu/ctms/ctms/index.htm
Topics
 Introduction to System Dynamics and Control
 Laplace Transformations
 Linearization
 Transfer Functions and Block Diagrams
 System Dynamics, Electrical, Mechanical, Thermal and Fluid Systems
 Transient and SteadyState Response of Dynamical Systems
 Feedback Control, PID Control
 Stability, Routh Method
 PID Tuning Methods
 Control System Performance
 Frequency Response Analysis(Bode Plots, Nyquist Locus, Bandwidth, Gain and Phase Margins)
Term Project
The project is a group work. Each group may be composed of 23 students. Each group must choose a different control example and work independently. The procedure for the project is outlined below.
Part 1 This part will be accepted as HW1 and submitted via Ninova before Midterm 1

Find an example of a feedback control system from suggested textbooks. Some of the examples can be given below:
 Satellite tracking antenna
 Magnetic tape drive speed control
 Automatic ship steering
 Attitude rate control for an aircraft
 Stick balancer control
 Altitude Control of a hotair balloon
 Design of a satellite attitude control
 Lateral and Longitudinal control of a Boeing 747
 Control of the fuelair ratio in an automotive engine
 (The list of examples will be extended later)
 (If possible) explain how the system works and what the components are by drawing a rough sketch of the system
 (If available) give the differential equations of the system, try obtaining the transfer function yourself
 Analyze the openloop characteristics of the system (pole locations, impulse and step response)
Part 2 This part will be accepted as HW2 and submitted via Ninova before Midterm 2
 Analyse the closedloop characteristics of the system with unity feedback and proportional controller
 Determine the range of proportional gain for stability using RouthHurwitz Stability Criterion
 Design PI, PD or PID controller for desired response. State the desired performance criteria of the system such as maximum overshoot, damping ratio, steadystate error, rise time, natural frequency
 Estimate the initial gains for tuning the controller, try using ZieglerNichols method
 State the final form and the constants of the controller. Plot the final response of the system. Explain if the desired performance is achieved
Project report should also include the following topics and all important steps of the project. The project report will also be submitted via Ninova before TBD
 Plot the Frequency Response of the system. Indicate the gain and the phase margin on the plot
 Write a conclusion. The references should be cited at the end of the report
 Do not even think about duplicating another team's project by assigning different numbers
 Do not forget to comment on every step, graph, etc. All figures should have captions and axes on all graphs should be labeled.
 Upload your project report file in the form of either MSWord or PDF format to Ninova
 Project will be graded based on the completeness and the degree of difficulty. Completeness is more important than degree of difficulty
 Projects copied directly from the Control Tutorials for Matlab or any other website will NOT be ACCEPTED