M.Sc. Lab Advanced Control (etit-701)

Masterpraktikum Regelungstechnik / M.Sc. Laboratory Advanced Control

Lab; 4 SWS; ECTS-Points: 4
Advisors: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Meurer, Dipl.-Ing. Gerhard Freudenthaler, M.Sc. Wirt.-Ing. Andreas Kater,  M.Sc. Philipp Rosenzweig, Dr. Alexander Schaum

 

Overview

The laboratory aims at the practical application of the contents of the lectures 'Nonlinear Control Systems' (etit-501) and 'Control Systems 1' (etit-109)'. The addressed topics comprise the design of linear time-varying and nonlinear feedforward and feedback controllers as well as their efficient computer-assisted realization using computer-algebra systems. The developed control strategies will be evaluated using numerical simulations and will be validated experimentally for based on lab experiments.
 

Dates / Downloads

After the end of the sign-up period at the secretary of the chair, there will be common meeting to determine dates and time slots. For this, please sign-up personally at the office F-117 or by email to until 20.10.2017.

The initial meeting will take place on Wednesday 25.10.2016 at 8:30 am in the room F-134.

Topic Date Time slot Groups
Modeling and simulation
 

22.11.2017

13:00-17:00

all

Computer-assisted design
 

06.12.2017

13:00-.17:00

all

I/O linearization
 

20.12.2017

13:00-17:00

all

Nonlinear control
 

10.01.2018

13:00-17:00

all

Flatness-based control
 

24.01.2018

13:00-17:00

all

Homework:
Every experiment / topic includes homeworks, which has to be completely solved and send to the advisor two days before the experiment takes place. This includes a summery of about one DIN A4 page using the latex- or odt-template. The solution files (.wxmx, .m, .slx) have to run on the pc of the RT-lab (F-134), therefore the lab can be used for testing the files on every Tuesday (13:00-17:00), Wednesday (13:00-17:00) and Friday (13:00-17:00). These dates will be adjusted depending on the final schedule.

 

Literature

[1] T. Meurer (2017) Regelung nichtlinearer Systeme, Lecture Notes, Chair of Automatic Control, Kiel University
[2] T. Meurer (2016/17) Regelungstechnik 1, Lecture Notes, Chair of Automatic Control, Kiel University

 

Research