16.30 Spring 2006
The focus of this course is design and implementation of dynamic controllers for
aerospace and other systems. Your objective should be to learn how to perform frequency domain
control system design in the context of requirements and specifications as they are
typically stated and quantified, to understand robustness issues arising in control system
analysis and design, and to understand the limitations and special considerations that arise in
applications. Implementation of controllers in digital systems, the use of state space methods
for estimation and control, and the effects and methods for handling various physical
phenomena (time delays, rate limits, nonlinearities, etc.) will be considered in detail.
Techniques for analysis and design in a nonlinear setting, including describing functions and
phase plane analysis, will also be discussed.
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(Jenny) Xiaojie Hu, jxhu, Office Hours:Su M7-9pm in Unified Lounge
Vincent Wu, wuv, Office Hours: TR 11-1 in 33-017 (Gelb Electronics Lab)
Lectures: MWF1, Room 33-419
Office Hours: Other times available by appointment
Final Exam: May 25, R1:30-4:30