Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
TEK728AUTOMATIC CONTROLElective363
Level of Course Unit
First Cycle
Objectives of the Course
The objectives of the lecture are to teach to students modelling and analysis of divers mechanical problems and their solutions; further automatic control of linear or linearised systems and their applications, which students use both during their study as well as during their profession. In lectures, different applications of engineering systems are solved in order that students understand subjects and apply his knowledge rapidly.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. K. Turgut GÜRSEL and Assist. Prof. Dr. Mehmet SARIKANAT
Learning Outcomes
1Learn basic concepts and mechanical vibrations concerning the topics of System Dynamics and Control
2Know the dynamic linear system elements and learn their modeling by acquired knowledge
3Learn linearizing non-linear dynamic systems and modeling and analyzing linear dynamic systems using appropriate physical laws,
4Learn static and dynamic characteristics of linear system elements and determination of dynamic characteristics of the systems which consist of these elements (by means of motion equation obtained with mathematical modeling and solution of differential equation)
5Learn the concept “transfer function” and block diagrams of control elements; realize obtaining the transfer function of the system from these diagrams.
6Learn mathematical modeling and analysis of mechanical systems (with 1st, 2nd and 3rh freedom degree) and engineering applications
7Understanding classification of linear (mechanical, electrical, electro-mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic) systems (as P, I, D, First-Order and Second–Order Systems) and determination of frequency reply and time characteristics of these systems by means of analysis of their transfer functions with Laplace transform
8Learn similarity between linear mechanical, electrical, electro-mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems
9Comprehend importance of feedback in control systems by means of examples
10Realize dynamic characteristics of control components (P, I, D, PI, PD and PID & their transient and steady state characteristics) using many examples
11Learn actuator systems and measuring-element and their applications
12Understanding stability analysis and applications of linear control systems by means of many examples
13Realize the follow-up necessity of development of topics within system modeling and automatic control
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
Recommended Optional Programme Components
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Course Contents
Basic concepts and introduction; • Analysis of linear systems and applications; linearity • Simple system components; static and dynamic characteristics of linear elements • Block diagrams of control elements and applications • Modelling and analysis of mechanical systems and engineering applications • Classification and time characteristics of linear systems and their applications • Frequency reply of linear systems and their applications; Importance of feedback in control systems; • Dynamic characteristics of control components and applications • Actuator systems and measuring-elements; applications; • Stability analysis and applications of linear control systems; Correction of control sensitivity
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
0Basic concepts and introductionProblem Solving Sessions
1Analysis of linear systems and applications; linearityProblem Solving Sessions
2Simple system components and applications;Problem Solving Sessions
3Static and dynamic characteristics of linear elementsProblem Solving Sessions
4Block diagrams of control elements and applicationsProblem Solving Sessions
5Modeling and analysis of mechanical systems and engineering applicationsProblem Solving Sessions
6Classification and time characteristics of linear systems and their applicationsProblem Solving Sessions
7Classification and time characteristics of linear systems and their applicationsProblem Solving Sessions
8Classification and time characteristics of linear systems and their applications and Midterm Exam IProblem Solving Sessions
9Importance of feedback in control systemsProblem Solving Sessions; Presentation
10Dynamic characteristics of control components and applicationsProblem Solving Sessions; Presentation
11Applications of control components and Actuator systemsProblem Solving Sessions; Presentation
12Actuator systems and measuring-elements; applications;Problem Solving Sessions; Presentation
13Stability analysis and applications of linear control systems; applications. Midterm Exam IIProblem Solving Sessions; Presentation
14Correction of control sensitivityProblem Solving Sessions; Presentation
15Final ExamProblem Solving Sessions; Presentation
Recommended or Required Reading
DERS KİTABI: 1) Uyar, E .: “Sistem Dinamiği ve Otomatik Kontrol”, DEU,1998. YARDIMCI KİTAPLAR: 2) Ogata, K .: “System Dynamics”, Prentice-Hall Int. Inc., 1996. 3) Ogata, K.: “Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice-Hall Int. Inc., 1996. 4) Kuo, B.C.: “Otomatik Kontrol Sistemleri”, Literatür Yay., 1999 5) Yüksel, İ., Şengirgin, M., Şefkat, G.: “Otomatik Kontrol Poblemleri - Sistem Dinamiği ve Denetim Sistemleri”, VİPAŞ, 2002. 6) Yüksel, İ.: “Otomatik Kontrol - Sistem Dinamiği ve Denetim Sistemleri”, Nobel Yayın Dağıtım, 2006. 7) Seborg, D.E. Edgar, T.F., Mellichamp, D.A.: “Process Dynamics and Control”, John Wiley&Sons, Inc.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Activities are given in detail in the section of "Assessment Methods and Criteria" and "Workload Calculation"
Assessment Methods and Criteria
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Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
no
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Attending Lectures28256
Demonstration14114
Individual Study for Homework Problems11010
Individual Study for Mid term Examination21224
Individual Study for Final Examination12020
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)124
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