At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
With respect to the referentiel AA, this courses contributes to the dvelopment, the acquisition and the evaluation of the following learning outcomes :
- General concepts of control
- Notions of dynamical balances
- Mathematical models of dynamical systems
- Steady-state acurracy
- Disturbance rejection and trajectory tracking
- Control structures
- Case studies, in particular from the process industry
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The course consists of ex-cathedra courses and of pracical exercices aimed at implementing the concepts of the course in particular via computer exercices using Matlab and Simulink as well as two laboratories aimed at implementing the basic concepts (dynamics and PID regulation) of the course on a tank level control system.
The presence at the laboratories are mandatory ; the registration is done via a piece of paper posted at the level -1 of the Euler building . Both laboratories will the object of an individual evaluation performed during the last week of the semester.
Three homeworks are proposed during the semester. These are individual works proposing the solution of exercices illustrating the matter of the course. These have to be hand-written. Typically two weks are given before the delivery of the homeworks. The homeworks are mandatory. Any delay in the delivery of homeworks will generate a note of 0/20.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Possible laboratory evaluation outside of the exam period and report of maximum 25 pages on one application related to the scope of the course and covering different aspects of the course matter.