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This course is about the basic concepts of Diploma Systems, Modeling, Control and their impact in the practical work field.  

First, the basic concepts of systems, dynamics, structure and control are introduced. Later, we will see how knowing how to evaluate the dynamic behavior of a system and its performance provides the methods to develop new controlled systems which meets certain criterias.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Module 01
lecture01 Introduction; mechanical elements 01:00:00
lecture02 Solving ODEs; cruise control 00:10:00
lecture03 Laplace transforms; transfer functions; translational and rotational mechanical transfer functions 00:40:00
lecture04 Electrical and electro-mechanical system transfer functions 00:30:00
lecture05 DC motor transfer function 00:25:00
lecture06 Poles and zeros; 1st order systems 00:30:00
lecture07 2nd order systems 00:40:00
lecture08 2nd order systems (cont.) 00:05:00
lecture09 More than 2 poles; zeros; nonlinearities and linearization 00:20:00
lecture10 Examples of modeling & transfer functions 00:10:00
lecture11 Block diagrams; feedback 00:20:00
lecture12 Analysis of feedback systems 00:20:00
lecture13 Stability; Routh-Hurwitz criterion 00:05:00
Module 02
lecture14 Steady state error analysis 00:30:00
lecture15 Root locus introduction 00:20:00
lecture16 Root locus example 00:15:00
lecture17 Design of transient response using root locus 00:05:00
lecture18 Positive feedback 00:20:00
lecture19 Examples of design via root locus 00:15:00
lecture20 Steady-state error compensation 00:10:00
lecture21 Transient response compensation; transient and steady-state error compensation 00:20:00
lecture22 Compensation examples 00:30:00
lecture23 Feedback compensation and its physical realization 00:15:00
lecture24 Feedback design examples 00:05:00
Module 03
lecture25 Frequency response; bode plots 00:15:00
lecture26 Bode plot examples 00:10:00
lecture27 Gain margin and phase margin 00:15:00
lecture28 Design using the frequency response; lead, lag, lead-lag compensators 00:15:00
lecture29 The state-space representation 00:25:00
lecture30 Solving the state equations in the time and space domains 00:20:00
lecture31 Review modeling and transfer functions 00:20:00
lecture32 Review root locus, feedback design 00:25:00
lecture33 Review frequency domain and design 00:05:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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