# Control Systems I (etit-109)

**Regelungstechnik 1 / Introduction to linear control systems**

V-UE; 5 SWS; ECTS-Points: 7

Lecturer: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Meurer

### Overview

- Mathematical description and properties of dynamic systems
- Linear dynamical systems in the time and frequency domain
- Analysis and design of feedback controllers in the frequency domain
- State-feedback and state-observer design

### Dates

See UnivIS (lecture ID 080335) and UnivIS (lecture ID 080223)

### Downloads

Data and files will be updated during the teaching period.

#### Lecture Notes

Direct links refer to pdf files for two side printout. Files for single side printout are provided separately.

- Title (version for single side printout)
- Chapter 1 (version for single side printout)
- Chapter 2 (version for single side printout)
- Chapter 3 (version for single side printout)

#### Exercises

Will be provided successively during the lecturing period.

Additional Downloads

- Template to cretae Bode diagram using Matlab

### Formulary

This formulary plus 1page (DIN A4, single-sided use) are the only auxiliary material to be used in the written exam.

### Exams

- Exam from 13.03.2017, solution
- Exam from 29.09.2016, solution
- Exam from 24.03.2016, solution
- Exam from 09.10.2015, solution
- Exam from 17.03.2015, solution
- Exam from 10.10.2014, solution
- Exam from 13.03.2014, solution
- Exam from 10.10.2013, solution
- Exam from 05.03.2013, solution

### Literature

[2] K. J. Aström, B. Wittenmark (1997) Computer-Controlled Systems, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs (NJ)

[3] C.T. Chen (1999) Linear System Theory and Design. Oxford Univ. Press, New York

[4] J.C. Doyle, B.A. Francis, A.R. Tannenbaum (1992) Feedback Control Theory, MacMillan (NY)

[5] O. Föllinger (1990) Regelungstechnik, Hüthig Buch Verlag, Heidelberg

[6] G. Ludyk (1995) Theoretische Regelungstechnik 1, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg

[7] J. Lunze J (2010) Regelungstechnik I, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg

[8] J. Lunze J (2010) Regelungstechnik II, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg

[9] W. Rugh (1993) Linear System Theory. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs (NJ)