||Location: Lappeenranta |
||M.Sc. (Tech.) 2 |
|Teacher(s) in Charge
Associate professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Tuomo Lindh
Post Doctoral Researcher D.Sc. (tech.) Niko Nevaranta
Upon completion of the course a student will be able to:
1. apply automation and digital control theory to control of mechatronic systems,
2. apply dynamics in order to model motor driven mechanics ,
3. simulate mechatronic systems and related controlled motor drives,
4. use PLC technology and fieldbuses in mechatronics,
5. use PLCOpen motion control libraries.
6. In addition, the student construct programs for trajectory tracking and controllers for position control,
7. construct observers and understand the principles of self-tuning controllers,
8. construct dynamical system models based on tests and measurements, (select model structure and use system identification methods.
9. Construct a real-time system for gathering identification and parameter estimation data.
10. Work in a group solving motion control problems.
Basics of dynamics related to rigid and flexible servo axis models, transfer function and state-space models of servo axes, lumped models, interconnections of mechanics models, Co-simulation of electric drives and mechanics, Motion control and controllers. System identification (linear model structures: AR, ARMA, ARX,ARMAX, Box-Jenkins, OE) and parameter estimation. Excitation signals and their implementations in discrete real time. (Basics of recursive identification and self tuning controllers.)
21 hours of blended learning sessions,4-7 small biweekly assignments 3rd and 4th period. , Main assignment 4th period. Moodle examination.
Total workload 130 h.
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|Assessment scale and assessment methods
0-5. Moodle examination (30%), Small assignments (35%), Main assignment (35 %) .
Lecture material in Moodle.
Additionally, the following books to the appropriate extent:
Ioan D. Landau and Gianluca Zito, Digital Control Systems, Design, Identification and Implementation.
Bobal, V., Digital Self-tuning Controllers: Algorithms, Implementation and Applications.
Basics of digital control and automation.
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